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The East Hampton Town Board on Thursday changed up the management of the town airport, terminating Jemille Charlton and returning Jim Brundige to the position he left two years ago. East Hampton Town Supervisor Larry Cantwell on Friday declined to...
The tone was heated and the attacks were sometimes personal when Representative Lee Zeldin and Anna Throne-Holst, his challenger to represent New York’s First Congressional District, met at Concerned Citizens of Montauk’s 46th annual candidates forum on Sunday at the Montauk School.
Last year, Ken Walles said a broker asked him if he would be interested in selling his Montauk motel, the Oceanside Resort. It was not on the market, but the broker wanted to know what the price would have to be for him to sell.
The East Hampton School District’s plan to build a bus maintenance barn and refueling facility on the Cedar Street side of its high school campus has begun to take shape around options that the district says would reduce its impact on the surrounding residential neighborhood.
Southampton Hospital officials will submit a final application for an East Hampton satellite emergency room and treatment center to the state by the end of the year, and would like to see it on Pantigo Place, adjacent to the East Hampton Healthcare Foundation medical facility.
A 352-foot-long bridge that would be 140 feet north of the existing Dunemere Lane bridge across Hook Pond, and more or less parallel to it, drew sharp questions about preservation of the vista and the pond’s water quality when the East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals considered an application from the Maidstone Club on Friday.
An event called Hearts Out for Haiti on Saturday at 668 the Gig Shack in Montauk will raise money to buy water filters and solar chargers and for direct relief efforts in that country.
The Ross School’s lower school campus on Butter Lane in Bridgehampton is home not only to students, but also to birds, butterflies, frogs, and other animals that have found favorable habitats there.
The Bridgehampton School has removed a drinking fountain in the boys locker room and replaced faucets in four science laboratory sinks after water tests over the summer came back with lead content results higher than state-allowed limits, according to a report released last week.
Police and fire officials are on the scene of a head-on collision involving a propane truck near the Montauk transfer station. At least two people were seriously injured.
After a 911 call in which a neighbor complained that a deer was being kept in a backyard as a pet, the owner of the house was charged with illegally adding four bedrooms, including two in the basement, and with several other code violations.
A decline in revenue from parking despite high attendance at Main Beach and Two Mile Hollow this summer was reported at an East Hampton Village Board work session last Thursday, drawing suggestions about the causes and how to counteract them.
The East Hampton Town Board is considering plans to shift the review of artists’ studios to the town planning board and to make several changes to the zoning code in connection with what happens when a property with an artist’s studio is sold.