Amos Goodman, a financial consultant who lives in Springs, was formally nominated by the Suffolk County Republican Committee on Monday as the party’s candidate to represent the Second Legislative District.
While a legal decision had been expected on whether three regulations that would restrict access to East Hampton Airport to reduce the impact of aircraft noise will come to bear, town officials announced Wednesday afternoon that the decision has been put off until June 26.
The owners of Montauk’s Royal Atlantic Motel have asked to be included as defendants in Defend H2O’s lawsuit seeking to stop the Army Corps of Engineers from building a reinforced dune along the downtown Montauk beach.
A 150-foot communications tower erected behind the Springs Firehouse on Fort Pond Boulevard has prompted an appeal to the East Hampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals that seeks to overturn its building permit.
Using the community preservation fund, the East Hampton Town Board has authorized the purchase of three properties, from which houses will be removed in order to return the lands to their natural states.
Owners of large properties in East Hampton Village gave no quarter in their collective denunciation of the graduated formulas the village has proposed for limiting the square footage of houses and accessory structures.