The owner of a badly exposed house at the end of Mulford Lane at Lazy Point, Amagansett, has asked the East Hampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals for a second time for permission to build a revetment to stave off its fall into the encroaching Gardiner’s Bay.
Long-term strategy over crisis-based approach
Residents here mobilize on ground and via social media for cold and homeless
Dorine Drohan, left, and Marilyn Torres of East End Cares unloaded donated goods at St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church in Belle Harbor in the Rockaways on Sunday.
Who will care for the elders in Sag Harbor Village?
Sag Harbor Police Chief Tom Fabiano, right, helped load an ambulance with supplies collected from the community, and drove along with Ed Downes, president of Sag Harbor’s volunteer ambulance corps, to donate the ambulance to the Broad Channel Fire Department in Jamaica Bay, which lost its entire fleet.
Carrie Ann Salvi
Rash of thefts reported in Montauk neighborhoods
Group says Long Island’s residential power could go renewable by end of decade
A volunteer firefighter emerged from a lower level at the Sea Crest motel on Napeague following a fire there on Nov. 7 that destroyed several units.
Town emergency permits are questioned
More than a dozen concrete drainage “rings” have been buried on the Montauk beach in front of the Royal Atlantic and Ocean Beach motels, after storm-induced erosion threatened buildings. East Hampton Town officials are investigating the work, as a permit issued specified only the placement of sand.
East Enders reach out to devastated points west
A volunteer helped load a Hampton Jitney with supplies for a trip to Breezy Point Tuesday to help in cleanup efforts.
Sea-level rise means even Category 1 storms will bring devastation
A motel on the Napeague oceanfront narrowly avoided destruction during Hurricane Sandy. Some coastal-policy experts have said the time has come for an overhaul of the way the shore is managed.
David E. Rattray