The Suffolk County Health Department has expanded a survey of private wells in Wainscott following the detection of perfluorinated compounds, or PFCs, in four additional wells, bringing the total number of wells in which PFCs have been detected to...
The East Hampton Town Trustees held their first meeting of 2018 on Monday night, two months after an election increased the Democratic Party’s majority from a 6-to-3 to a 7-to-2 advantage.
The next phase in hamlet studies underway for the Town of East Hampton will see two presentations by the consultants engaged to conduct the studies.
The East Hampton Town Board adopted as expected, a hearing officer’s finding that William Taylor, the town’s waterways management supervisor and a town trustee, was not guilty of any of the 14 charges of misconduct and incompetence against him in...
The East Hampton Town Board will hold a public hearing during its meeting next Thursday evening regarding a proposal to lease property at 400 Pantigo Place in East Hampton to the Southampton Hospital Association, which plans to construct an...
Trustee, assessor, clerk, councilman: Fred Overton served town for 30 years
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo has called for a procurement of at least 800 megawatts of offshore wind power between two solicitations to be issued this year and next.
East Hampton Town has joined a lawsuit brought by a citizens group in 2014 against the Long Island Power Authority and PSEG-Long Island over the installation of high-voltage transmission lines and poles along a six-mile route from East Hampton...
While traditional cesspools have been prohibited in the county since 1973, replacing them in kind has until now been allowed. The new law will prohibit that as of July 2019.
In the new year, the leadership of the East Hampton Town Planning Board and Zoning Board of Appeals will remain the same.
With the zoning process over, the ball was thrown back to the planning board. On Wednesday at Town Hall, the public will have the chance to chime in on the final site plan that has resulted from this epic real estate saga.
Remarks delivered by Peter Van Scoyoc, the new supervisor, clearly aimed to demonstrate continuity with the board that was led by his predecessor, Larry Cantwell, who has retired after more than four decades in public service.
The offices of tax receivers around the country were crowded this week with residents seeking to prepay property taxes before recently passed limits on deductions take effect, and offices on the South Fork were no different.