As the East Hampton Town Trustees prepare to convene with two newly elected members on Jan. 14, the board’s incumbents continue to be frustrated by the State Department of Environmental Conservation’s procedures for water-quality assessment
As Bill Wilkinson looked back at his four frequently contentious years as town supervisor, it was with a mixture of satisfaction for what had been accomplished, sharp words for some of those who criticized him, and concern for the town’s future.
So, the house you bought way back when is now worth a pile of cash. Trouble is, you are struggling to keep up the monthly mortgage payments. Or, you own the house free and clear, but your income isn’t adequate to keep you in the style in which you feel you deserve.
Anyone stuck in the eastbound morning trade parade that slows traffic on Montauk Highway to a crawl knows that a pretty large percentage of the contractors working in East Hampton Town come from UpIsland
It’s bordering on cliché to say that the real estate market is very strong right now. If a property is priced right, it will sell, or so goes the common wisdom. But how many houses are priced right? Put another way, how many are overpriced? A lot, it turns out.