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Owners protest ‘burdensome’ new town laws

Convenience store, eight pumps too much, say neighbors of Sag gas station
 Harbor Heights gasoline and automobile service station
The proposed replacement of the existing Harbor Heights gasoline and automobile service station is before the Sag Harbor Zoning Board of Appeals. Carrie Ann Salvi

Waiving parking fee may encourage private sector to create needed apartments

Biting wind, weak sun on a waterfowl-counting Saturday
Karen Rubenstein took aim at a raft of geese on Hook Pond on Saturday as part of the New York State Ornithological Association’s mid-winter duck count. Russell Drumm

the Montauk Brewing Company
With freshly brewed beer flowing at the Montauk Brewing Company, the allocation of parking spots for its clientele is now on tap at the East Hampton Town Planning Department. Morgan McGivern



Rick White

Officials press for cut of $50 billion Sandy aid
Representative Peter King, center, with a group of Long Island residents and people involved with the post-Sandy restoration effort who traveled to Washington on Tuesday for the House of Representative's vote on a $50.7 billion hurricane relief package. Doug Kuntz

Schenck trusted her until Mercedes arrived