Richard Burns smiled broadly, accepting a standing ovation from the East Hampton School Board and the audience in the high school auditorium on Tuesday night as the board announced that his position as interim superintendent would now become permanent.
A seemingly innocuous sale of 3,700 square feet of a town-owned Montauk alley that for decades has been surrounded by the grounds of the old Ronjo motel in Montauk has turned into a thorny morass raising hackles all around.
Decisions were emotionally charged for both the board and the community.
Vacant stores will be required to put a display in the window if a new law in East Hampton Village is passed.
It was a roundabout route that would set one New Yorker down in the hamlet she came to love.
Parking, the concerns of the East Hampton Town and Village Disabilities Advisory Board, and the health of the groundwater were all discussed at the East Hampton Village Board work session.
Opposition to a passenger ferry, proposed to operate between Greenport and Long Wharf in Sag Harbor, was heard Tuesday night at a public hearing to amend a Sag Harbor Village law prohibiting such use.
Controversy continued this week over the proposed sale of a piece of an East Hampton Town alley.
Ditch Witch stays, Dune Doggie bows out