Restrictive rules on outdoor lighting that had been nearing approval by the East Hampton Village Board will be revisited after objections by some business owners.
Kenneth Collum, the village's code enforcement officer and fire inspector, told the board that, among the numerous residential renovations and tear-down or reconstruction projects in recent years, nearly all involve not only rebuilding to the limit of the allowed gross floor area but fully developing lower levels to include bedrooms and bathrooms as well as home theaters and recreation rooms.
Lys Marigold, the vice chairwoman of the village's zoning board of appeals, told the board of the phenomenon of "iceberg houses" in London.Christopher Walsh
Ephraim Munoz, class of 2027, sees old and new in ever-changing town
Seated in their living room one recent evening, Carlos Munoz, Israel Munoz, Ephraim Munoz, and Marci Vail talked about their hopes for the future.
Up to 3,000 truck trips to take sand to Montauk
The Army Corps's initial work zone will extend east from South Edison Street (seen above in December 2012, two months after Hurricane Sandy) to the Atlantic Terrace resort.
The Montauk oceanfront as it appeared in January.David E. Rattray
‘Only thing missing is a gun and a mask,’ Thiele says
Three organizations presented options for full-day programs to school board
A volunteer with the Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center in Hampton Bays saved an opossum trapped between to gate spindles on Friday.
James J. Froehlich
Adrienne Gillespie, an animal care technicians at the Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Center, with the opossum rescued in Sag Harbor Village.Penny Moser