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Michele and Martin Cohen at a recent fundraiser for National Jewish Health at their East Hampton home Courtesy National Jewish Health

East Hampton's fund is up 9.5 as of July compared to the same period last year, while most other towns lag
The community preservation fund in East Hampton has received boosts from big sales so far this year, like David Geffen's sale of several properties on West End Road, including this house formerly owned by Courtney Ross, for a total of $50 million in June. Hampton Pix

Water quality program tests free septic systems at 39 county properties

David Geffen’s ‘very complicated’ project would impact an ocean dune
David Geffen seeks multiple variances for a $1.9 million renovation at 199 Lily Pond Lane, which he purchased this year for $70 million. David E. Rattray

Petition to make Boy Scouts coed has 5,200 signatures
Sydney Ireland, right, is on a campaign to get the Boy Scouts of America to let her participate in its programs. She hopes to become an Eagle Scout like her brother, Bryan, left. Gary Ireland

Katy Graves, the Sag Harbor School District superintendent, pictured here during a school event in March, received a one-year contract extension on Monday. Christine Sampson

Mr. Plum was arrested and taken to police headquarters in Wainscott, where a breath test reportedly produced a reading of .11 of 1 percent, over the .08 number that defines intoxication. T.E. McMorrow
Victims of a boating accident on Sunday were brought to a waiting Springs Fire Department ambulance at the commercial dock on Gann Road after the boat ran aground near the Cedar Point Lighthouse. Gordon M. Grant

Detailed maps of the trails that run throughout East Hampton Town are available to the public through the town clerk’s office. Joanne Pilgrim


Victim was attacked with a gun in Montauk
Jarryd J. Cox of Mastic is being held without bail in county jail after allegedly attacking a man with a loaded gun in Montauk. T.E. McMorrow