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After a vote last Thursday by the East Hampton Town Board, the organizers of the MTK: Music to Know concert now hold two town permits authorizing the Aug. 13 and 14 event. One, being challenged in ...
The Barbara Hale nature preserve along Accabonac Harbor in Springs has long been slated to be restored to its traditional state as an open meadow, but questions arose this week after a landscape designer, at the invitation of the town’s natural resources director, removed dozens of...
Next year will be completely different for Pete Hammerle, a four-term East Hampton Town Councilman who last week withdrew his name from consideration for...
Steve Bellone, the Democratic town supervisor of Babylon, formally entered the race for county executive yesterday at a rally in his hometown, making him that party’s de facto nominee and setting him on a collision course with...
The abolition of two positions in the East Hampton Town Sanitation Department, leaving two town employees without jobs, prompted comments at a town board meeting last Thursday from ...
A report on housing in East Hampton, prepared by a group of volunteers, outlines the challenges faced here, where the rise in housing costs has far outstripped increases in income and the population of schoolchildren has resulted in a heavy tax burden in certain districts
The East Hampton Town Planning Board has recommended that the town board deny applications to rezone residential properties in Wainscott and Amagansett.
Suffolk County Treasurer Angie Carpenter, a Republican, formally entered the race for county executive March 30, styling herself a more “inclusive” and “less combative” alternative to the retiring incumbent, Steve Levy, also of the G.O.P. She said the economy would be her top priority...
What appeared to be an innocuous request from representatives of an Amagansett business to add several sheds to its property divided the East Hampton Town Planning Board at its meeting on April 13.