As experimental schedule is extended for a year, P.B.A. cites its benefits

East Hampton Village police charged Carlos Andres Yara-Gonzalez of Springs, left, with drunken driving and resisting arrest late on New Year’s Eve. Kyle A. Booth of Carmel, N.Y., and Montauk, right, was arraigned Tuesday in East Hampton Town Justice Court on felony drunken driving charges. T.E. McMorrow Photos

Gerson Mancilla, shown here being led away from East Hampton Town Justice Court on Sunday after being arraigned on a felony driving while intoxicated charge, was able to obtain a taxi driver’s license from the town earlier this year, despite a previous felony conviction. T.E. McMorrow

The current schedule was put in place at the beginning of 2017 as a one-year experiment

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