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A month after the board faced a small army of attorneys and owners of large properties who were nearly unanimous in their fierce opposition, the board brushed aside a predicted legal challenge and adopted new restrictions on gross floor area and lot coverage on residential properties.
Three solar power plants proposed for town-owned land in East Hampton and Springs would help East Hampton to achieve its renewable energy goals and earn it money in the process, but an initial review of two of the proposals by the town planning...
The sterilization in early January of what was reported to be 114 female deer, for which the East Hampton Village Board paid $140,000 to White Buffalo, a nonprofit organization based in Connecticut, is under scrutiny in light of the recent, gruesome deaths of three of the animals and confirmation that three others died as a consequence of capture...
East Hampton Town will ask the regional community preservation fund opinions bureau to weigh in on the future of the former Boys Harbor camp property in East Hampton, which was purchased by the county and the town using C.P.F. money.
The East Hampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals heard yet another application to replace one of the 27 oceanfront units there with a much larger one Tuesday night.
Farmers and agriculturalists looking for additional capital to jump-start or stimulate their operations will want to know about a free workshop happening on Tuesday at Suffolk Community College.
A proposal to drop a requirement that home improvement contractors attach stickers to their cars attesting that they hold East Hampton Town licenses did not get a stamp of approval this week from Betsy Bambrick, who heads the town’s Ordinance Enforcement Department.
A week after the East Hampton Republican Committee announced that Len Czajka had dropped out of the East Hampton Town Board race, the party’s other candidate for town board, Nancy Keeshan, announced her withdrawal from the race, as well.
A proposed law that would keep some motels and resorts from adding a new bar or restaurant to their facilities will be the subject of a hearing on Thursday night before the East Hampton Town Board.