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Stymied about what to do, board gets vocal
A political stalemate has developed over the fate of East Hampton Town’s sewage plant on Springs-Fireplace Road. Matthew Sprung

Boats banned from one spot pop up in another
Revelers surrounded a floating stage at an annual boat party Sunday afternoon near Sag Harbor. Carrie Ann Salvi

Avoids town summons, while an attorney promises class-action suit
Rian White responded to an East Hampton Town citation about peeling paint on his house by inviting passers-by to help decorate it in whatever fashion moves them. He provided the supplies. Matthew Sprung

‘We should have reached out to them,’ says Councilwoman Quigley

It’s big and pink and neighbors don’t like it
A phallic sculpture by the late Franz West has appeared at the edge of a Montauk bluff. Hampton Pix

Visitor From Virginia killed, three injured

Montauk Beach House to go to appeals board
Clouds may loom for the Montauk Beach House after its poolside bar and Minnie Rose clothing boutique, whose models
Clouds may loom for the Montauk Beach House after its poolside bar and Minnie Rose clothing boutique, whose models appeared there last month, were deemed illegal uses by the East Hampton Town building inspector. Sunny Khalsa

No interest in public purchase, but pilots may want to buy it themselves
The privately owned Montauk Airport could be developed with six house lots. Pilots and county and state officials would like it to remain an airport. Janis Hewitt

Trustees are stymied on beaches and bottomlands

Horror stories from patients: vertigo, paralysis, and now red-meat allergy
Dr. George Dempsey examined cells under a microscope last month in his East Hampton office. He has indicated a need for more participants in an international study on tick-related diseases. Carrie Ann Salvi