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The implications of climate change for the South Fork will be the topic at a climate change forum and benefit, scheduled for Saturday from 5 to 7 p.m. at the South Fork Natural History Museum in Bridgehampton.
A group of property owners around East Hampton’s Georgica Pond has raised $359,000 for a research project intended to identify the causes of the pond’s recent degradation and toxic algal blooms.
With a model that is part “cause marketing,” part crowdfunding, this East Hampton company’s goal is to connect businesses, nonprofits, and the community at large to accomplish beneficial projects.
The East Hampton Town Trustees were on the receiving end this week of strong words about trash left on East Hampton Village beaches, and in turn resolved to take the matter up with the village.
The water quality of Hook Pond and measures being considered to improve it will be addressed at an open meeting on Saturday at the East Hampton Village Emergency Services Building on Cedar Street.
Proposed changes on the Drew Lane property had been reduced since the last time the East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals looked at them, and the board closed its hearing on the matter on Friday.
The installation of a centralized wastewater system to serve properties in downtown Montauk will be the subject of a discussion on Monday night at the Montauk Citizens Advisory Committee meeting.
New York State parks officials have made having fun a little more interesting for children and adults at the two state parks in Montauk — one at Hither Hills and the other at the Montauk Point State Park, in the area surrounding the Montauk Point Lighthouse.
During Monday's Memorial Day parade, the East Hampton High School marching band provided all the patriotic sounds needed to lift spirits and honor those who died fighting for their country.