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Town officials confirmed that they are considering candidates to step into Larry Penny’s shoes as East Hampton Town’s natural resources director, while also denying that Mr. Penny has submitted an official request for retirement.
‘No’ to judge-change request, ‘no’ to site plan review
Congress Hall, once owned by Fishhooks Mulford, has many stories to tell
Bonac Yard Sale - Clams, kids’ clothes, and friendly ribbing.
The way in which the East Hampton Town Board makes decisions, and how much takes place in the public eye, is shaping up to be a bone of contention between the Republican majority and the two newly elected Democrats.
Local environmental groups have asked the State Department of Environmental Conservation to immediately ban the three most frequently found chemicals from use on the Island.
A plan to have a controversial new outdoor lighting law examined by a new committee drew agreement across the town board.
The East Hampton Village Board held a public hearing on Friday on a law that would restrict the size of real estate signs.
Questions are surfacing about the future of East Hampton Town’s septic waste plant, as the town board is poised to review proposals from private companies.