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At the close of Tuesday’s East Hampton Town Board work session, Patrick Gunn, an assistant town attorney who is in charge of East Hampton Town code enforcement, spoke even though he was not on the agenda.
Concerned citizens and members of the Quiet Skies Coalition gathered at LTV Studios on Oct. 26 to hear from a panel led by Sheila Jones, an attorney specializing in environmental litigation.
A hearing will be held next Thursday night on the 2012 budget for East Hampton Town, which calls for $65.6 million of spending next year.
    Political candidates all across the board appeared on Monday at Ashawagh Hall under the auspices of the Springs Citizens Advisory Committee. They discussed their backgrounds and platforms, but dealt with a series of Springs-...
East Hampton Town C.S.E.A. Approves Contract     Members of East Hampton Town’s Civil Service Employees Association union voted last Thursday to ratify a four-year contract with the town, retroactive to the start of 2011.

Team Wilkinson     The last fund-raising event for “Team Wilkinson” — the incumbent Republican supervisor, Bill Wilkinson, and his town board running mates, Steven Gaines and Richard Haeg — is being held...
    This election year, Bill Mott is trying to ascend the political ladder he’s been poised on for a long time.     A 28-year volunteer fireman with the Bridgehampton Fire Department, Mr. Mott has served for 12...
The East Hampton Environmental Coalition, comprised of 11 nonprofit groups, has released responses from East Hampton Town Board and supervisor candidates.
    Despite an exhausting campaigning schedule and the recent “nerve-racking” public debates, Sylvia Overby, a Democratic candidate for East Hampton Town Board, remains buoyant, meeting every election challenge with a...