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    Four days before voters in the Amagansett Fire District approved the $2.8 million purchase of a two-acre parcel next door to the firehouse, the site of the former Pacific East restaurant, some residents learned that it had been sold by court order in May for $500,000.

A longstanding debate about whether East Hampton Town should accept F.A.A. grants for its airport got an infusion of information on Tuesday.
The town board’s perceived wishy-washy response to calls for its commitment to public beach access is causing concern and stirring the pre-election political pot.
Conservators’ financial support could be key to Democrats as election nears.
In East Hampton Village, and other nearby towns and villages, bamboo is often considered an invasive species and a noxious weed.
All the ducks are lined up for the much needed and long delayed dredging of Three Mile Harbor.
A long saga of legal challenges to a 1998 East Hampton Town law barring most ferries from docking here came to a close this week with a United States Supreme Court decision.
Richard Haeg, who is running on the Republican and Conservative tickets for East Hampton Town Board, is a man of interesting parts.
Residents alarmed at the East Hampton Town Board’s recent discussion about using part of a 38-acre town property on the Napeague oceanfront for a parking lot.