Villages


Ricky Muller refashioned and stabilized the Water Mill Museum’s water wheel behind him. As he’ll be the first to tell you, it isn’t original to the 1640s building, but it looks nice. Baylis Greene

John Geehreng, the commander of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 550, sought permission to erect a memorial to an East Hampton resident who was killed in combat during the Vietnam War. Jamie Bufalino

Plans for the Sag Harbor Cinema Center have been approved, but a building permit is yet to come. Durell Godfrey

Memorial Day parade in East Hampton, 2017 Photo by Matthew Charron


Third House in Montauk was built in 1806, with a 1879 addition, as a cattle-keeper's residence. East Hampton Star Archive
The proposed site for Sag Harbor Village’s impound yard is currently being used as a temporary parking lot for PSEG trucks. Jamie Bufalino

Laura Tooman of Concerned Citizens of Montauk announced that Christopher Gobler of Stony Brook University will analyze water samples taken from Fort Pond, which has experienced blooms of toxic blue-green algae. Christopher Walsh

West End Road parcel may be ‘too small,’ zoning chairman says
Michael Walsh, representing Bruce Lifton of 26 West End Road, told the East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals that an application to construct a tennis court on an adjacent property should be denied. Christopher Walsh