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A large group of parents of preschoolers urged the Montauk School Board on Tuesday to pierce the state-imposed 2-percent cap on tax levy increases rather than increase the class-size policy
Man charged with assault on a police officer
After months of speculation about his absence, Charles Soriano, the principal of East Hampton Middle School, finally returned to work on Monday morning.
After three years of discussion the Harbor Heights service station’s application for demolition and large-scale expansion finally came before the village’s Zoning Board of Appeals.
Plans are in the works for a second car wash in Amagansett, just a few hundred yards west of one operated by V&V Auto.
Taxi company owners turned out last Thursday to tell the East Hampton Town Board that proposed changes to taxi licensing regulations would negatively impact them.
Affordable housing in East Hampton Village got a small but important boost on Friday.
The owners of The Montauk Brewing Company want to make its signiture Driftwood Ale on site and are hoping to have the brewery running in time for the hectic summer season.
With the release of money for Hurricane Sandy recovery, the committee will focus on emergency permits for restoration work on the Ditch Plain and downtown Montauk beaches.