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Officer Julio Mario Galeano, an East Hampton Village police officer who allegedly used a house on Talmage Lane for a romantic encounter with a female member of the department without the permission of the house’s owner, will resign from the department effective Aug. 2.
The Republican primary on June 24 pits Lee Zeldin, a two-term state senator from Shirley, against George Demos, an attorney formerly with the Securities and Exchange Commission who lives in Stony Brook.
The board announced a decision to retain Frazer and Feldman, a Garden City law firm that works with several school districts, as East Hampton’s general, labor, and special education counsel for a one-year term beginning July 1.
East Hampton Town officials found several building code violations around the pool of a Route 114 house where a boy drowned on Sunday.
Consultants for East Hampton Town have set the economic value of a beach reconstruction project in downtown Montauk at more than $238 million
Southampton Town is expected to move forward next week on plans to repair the Sagg Bridge using federal money, despite objections from Sagaponack Village officials
Police are awaiting a report from the Suffolk County Medical Examiner’s office. No foul play is suspected
Things could be worse, much worse — and they were on the New England and Mid-Atlantic Coast in the millennia before records about hurricanes were kept.
Security systems on the South Fork range from a simple alarm system to armed bodyguards.