The extensive plans proposed by David Geffen, the music and film executive who purchased 26 and 30 West End Road for $50 million from Courtney Ross last year, represent a “very sensitive, soft-touch renovation,” his representative told the East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals on Friday.
Noisy clubs, illegal apartments, overcrowded houses, drunken driving, booze on the beach, cab drivers sleeping in cars overnight at the train station, and trash, trash everywhere.
East Hampton Meals on Wheels said on Tuesday that it is “running at a significant deficit” and “may have to cut service to certain clients or reduce frequency of meals.”
Postponed from October due to Hurricane Joaquin, the East Hampton Town Trustees will hold their 25th annual Largest Clam Contest on Sunday at noon.

While the village would not confirm dates, White Buffalo, a nonprofit organization based in Connecticut, has returned to East Hampton Village to continue a controversial multiyear program to reduce the deer population through sterilization.
As a public hearing on a revised East Hampton Village lighting code approaches, the village board, meeting last Thursday, increased the proposed Kelvin limit, which measures the hue of a light source, from 3,000 to 3,500. The proposed code will be...
With the approach of the holidays, the annual fund-raising drive for Long Island Cares/The Harry Chapin Food Bank has begun.
The Tyler Project will hold a walk for awareness and the prevention of suicide next Thursday at 3:30 p.m. starting at East Hampton Middle School.
Apartments in East Hampton Village are few and far between, with the second and third floors of 105 Newtown Lane making it one of East Hampton’s only “high-rises,” whose location combines both urban convenience and rural charm.