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A draft report by an East Hampton Town deer management working group may lay down a path to reduce the deer population.
A tight budget, with more revenue coming in than expected, and spending below what was anticipated, helped build surpluses.
It was announced at Tuesday night’s East Hampton School Board meeting that the district and the East Hampton Teachers Association have reached an agreement, and both sides seemed happy with the results.
Fire departments from across Suffolk received invaluable experience from the April brush fires in Manorville and Ridge.
The Surf Lodge, Montauk’s hot summer spot, will be mellowing down a bit this summer with a new ownership group, Montauk Properties L.L.C.
A basement foundation is triggering a public hearing before the East Hampton Town Planning Board for the Montauk Beach House.
The number of arrests rose significantly in 2011 in East Hampton Town, according to an annual report released by the East Hampton Town Police Department.
The desire for emerald green, dandelion-free lawns is leading homeowners to pay for excessive applications of fertilizer.
n order to stay under the state-mandated 2 percent property tax levy cap, $791,969 worth of cuts were made to existing programs