Dorothy Malik-Atkinson, Cecilia Blowe, and Elizabeth Kopka, girl scouts working on their Silver Project, planted native plants on a dune recently built to cover a rock revetment near Gosman’s Restaurant. Larry Penny, director of natural resources for East Hampton Town, right, watched. Plants were donated by Warren’s Nursery in Water Mill. Dune work was supplied by Peter Joyce of Montauk. Dorothy Malik-Atkinson

There’s disagreement over a number of downtown parking spaces newly restricted to cars with resident stickers. Janis Hewitt

Jeb Berrier stalks around in a plastic bag monster costume of his own design in the documentary “Bag It: Are Our Lives Too Plastic?” which will be shown at the Rogers Memorial Library in Southampton on Monday at 5 p.m.

Montauk Citizens ask justices to do more

David Ryan, founder of Sailing Montauk
David Ryan, founder of Sailing Montauk, stood inside the charred cabin of his Catalina 38, which was struck by lightning in August. David Ryan

Michael Gaines showed how a chain saw can get down to the bone, in this case on something from the butcher’s case in a recent demonstration. Heather Dubin