At approximately 4,000 square feet, the children’s section is large and bright, including areas dedicated to age groups from birth through eighth grade. It allows for 10,000 more children’s books, new computers, and other technology.
A landscaper working on a Montauk property was airlifted to Stony Brook University Hospital today in serious condition after the large riding mower he was operating flipped over and landed on top of him.
A multi-thousand-person bike ride planned for Saturday that East Hampton officials had sought to prevent will go on in a reduced form after a settlement was reached between its organizer and East Hampton Town on Friday.
An East Hampton group that has been fighting against the installation by PSEG Long Island of a high-power electricity transmission line on new and higher poles filed suit on Wednesday in New York State Supreme Court in Riverhead in an effort to stop the project.
Several changes are proposed to the “smart lighting” code adopted in 2006, though the code itself will largely remain intact. East Hampton Town’s outdoor lighting regulations will be discussed at Town Hall next Thursday night.