Villages

David Conlin with his  Mookie and  Bill Quackenbush.
David Conlin of Springs was grateful when his pug, Mookie, was rescued by Bill Quackenbush. Carrie Ann Salvi


State Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele Jr. talked about the importance of the Bay Street Theatre
State Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele Jr. talked about the importance of the Bay Street Theatre staying in Sag Harbor at a forum last Thursday. Carrie Ann Salvi

a parking lot at the end of Lily Pond Lane at Georgica Beach
Renovations to restore a parking lot at the end of Lily Pond Lane at Georgica Beach, which was chewed up by Tropical Storm Irene, were presented to the East Hampton Village Board by Drew Bennett, the village engineer. Morgan McGivern

Hy Brodsky, John Chimples, Arlene Brodsky, and Carl Reimerdes of the Montauk Citizens Advisory Committee looked over plans submitted by Dr. Molly Miosek, a veterinarian
Hy Brodsky, John Chimples, Arlene Brodsky, and Carl Reimerdes of the Montauk Citizens Advisory Committee looked over plans submitted by Dr. Molly Miosek, a veterinarian, for an animal clinic that she would like to build on her property on Essex Street that would require a zoning change from the Town of East Hampton. Janis Hewitt

Sign at Havens Beach, Sag Harbor
Much needed, and long awaited, environmental remediation for Havens Beach has been approved by the village board. Carrie Ann Salvi

Jonathan Russo of Shelter Island (in plaid) was the winner of the East End Classic Boat Society’s 2011 fund-raising raffle. His prize was a Sunshine tender and trailer made by the group’s members
Jonathan Russo of Shelter Island (in plaid) was the winner of the East End Classic Boat Society’s 2011 fund-raising raffle. His prize was a Sunshine tender and trailer made by the group’s members, some of whom were on hand Saturday when Mr. Russo came to get the boat. Bill Good

illegally installed fence at Georgica Beach
Recent storms have swallowed a big portion of Georgica Beach and focused attention again on an apparently illegally installed fence, which is partially underwater during exceptionally high tides. Morgan McGivern

Detail from a painting soon to be a mural at the Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons thrift store in Sagaponack