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East Hampton Village Fire Marshal Ken Collum determined the fire that badly damaged the J. Crew building in East Hampton started in a refrigeration unit outside Rowdy Hall.

"We are so thankful no one was hurt and grateful for the help of the East Hampton Fire Department for their quick response," a spokeswoman for J. Crew said.
Look a little more closely and you will find some remarkable and unusual plantings. There are cacti in the dunes and cranberries in the bogs of Napeague and Montauk.
Crape myrtle (Lagerstroemia) was virtually unknown in our area as recently as three decades ago. Two things changed that.
The house and grounds have been “greened,” to use a catchall term for changes that have redefined the landscape and reduced the need for maintenance and overall consumption of energy.
A fire that started in an alley behind Main Street businesses destroyed the J. Crew building and damaged the back of Rowdy Hall in East Hampton on Friday morning.

Overlooking Town Pond in an 18th-century building updated to have less of an environmental impact.
Bright golden conifers form a dramatic backdrop for a weeping blue Atlas cedar underplanted with handsome rocks by the street, the entrance gate is a luminous deodar cedar washed in soft gold.
Anthony D. Sosinksi, the captain of a Montauk lobster boat, was charged Saturday morning with boating while intoxicated, a misdemeanor, as well as reckless operation of a vessel.