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The East Hampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals once again discussed a divisive application.
East Hampton Town Trustees are concerned that the beach is eroding in two directions: from the seaward side due to the ocean’s rise and intermittent storm surges, as well as from the landward side via creeping sand fences put up by beachfront homeowners.
William Bauer, 78, died on Friday night when his one-room cabin at the Cozy Cabins complex in Wainscott, exploded in a ball of fire.
Conrad and Josie Goerl’s showpiece overlooking Northwest Harbor has been transformed into model of green energy and design -- with an infusion of color from the hot palette of Ms. Goerl’s native Brazil.
Last week, the Town of East Hampton was poised to remove the lien it applied to a property on Montauk’s Fort Pond Bay.
It may be almost impossible today for someone under 40 to believe that birth control was not legal in the United States until 1960.
At Friday’s East Hampton Village Board work session,the mayor and board members put their heads together to try and come up with a definitive new law for signs in the village.
The Dunes, a private alcohol and substance-abuse facility has filed a lawsuit against the Town of East Hampton.
There have been rumblings that the Ross School, known for its innovative academic model, may be fraying at the edges.