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The East Hampton Village should modify roads and educate motorists in order to better accommodate bicyclists and pedestrians
The Montauk School Board on Tuesday unanimously approved a budget proposal for the 2013-14 school year.
The final piece of a puzzle complicated by warring factions and an acrimonious lawsuit fell into place last Thursday, when an overwhelming number of time-share owners voted to accept an offer from 290 Old Montauk Associates, a corporation headed by a New Jersey developer who invests in distressed real estate with an eye to turning it around and...
East Hampton Town has three affordable-housing complexes for senior citizens, but no market-rate housing for the large baby boomer generation now entering retirement years
Access has improved, but there is more to do, and local businesses must start conforming to the dictates of the Americans With Disabilities Act's “readily achievable” mandate, an advocate said.
If nothing happens in mediation, the next step is arbitration, in which the P.B.A.
Board members want to know who is in the pool and belly up at the bar
In the last two years alone, the perennially cash-strapped Springs district has received more than $800,000 in owed tuition money after being continually overcharged.
A number of hopefuls have themselves acknowledged that they have thrown their hats in the ring.