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East Hampton Town Space for Cell Towers     Using maps of the cellular communications equipment sites that the various cell companies have throughout East Hampton Town, Councilwoman Theresa Quigley has suggested the town board...
    The county-funded scallop restoration project now in its eighth year has been successful at beginning to bring the East End scallop population to the robust density seen before the mid-1980s.     This year, those...
    The East Hampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals made a public determination on the night of July 24 on a second request to build a pool on a Beach Hampton property.     On May 8, a month after a contentious hearing...
    East Hampton Town Supervisor Bill Wilkinson raised the idea of “sponsorship of town assets” at a town board meeting on Tuesday, after receiving an inquiry from someone who wanted to make a donation to have a town...
East Hampton Town   Human Services Grants     Nonprofit organizations hoping to get grants next year from East Hampton Town for human services projects have until tomorrow to submit an application to the town Human Services...
    A seminar on hurricane preparedness will be held next Thursday at 6 p.m. at the Hampton Library in Bridgehampton.     Sponsored by the Long Island Power Authority along with the town supervisors of East Hampton,...
    Councilwoman Theresa Quigley has been thinking about the problem of illegally overcrowded residences and the possibility of adding to the town code a list of conditions — things like multiple mailboxes or electric meters,...
    Ronald Webb’s proposal to divide a piece of undeveloped land on Oakview Highway, East  Hampton, into eight lots with houses, with one being for affordable income candidates, appears near final approval, with a site...
    The East Hampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals had a busy work session on July 10, approving variances for several applicants. None of the applications was considered controversial, as evidenced by the fact that no one spoke...