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David L. Scott, a restaurateur who vacationed in Montauk for many years and retired there in the late 1990s to fish and cook for family and friends, died after a two-month illness on June 9 at Southampton Hospital. He was 73.
A 4-year-old child who nearly drowned in a pool in Springs earlier this month was released from the hospital this week.
The East Hampton Town Trustees, who manage many of the town’s beaches, waterways, and bottomlands on behalf of the public, have asked the public to help fight aerial spraying of the mosquito larvicide methoprene on waters under their jurisdiction.
Over the weekend, there were two drunken-driving arrests involving accidents here, police said, including one in which a driver got into not one, but two crashes in two different townships. 
Child’s burn points to buried-fire problem.
A proposed law that would limit the ability of East Hampton motels to add a restaurant or bar drew support, critique, and criticism last Thursday night during a hearing before the East Hampton Town Board.
Favored stop for beer and soda to close.
A petition asking the East Hampton Town Board to deny permits for large events on Montauk’s downtown green has gathered over 200 signatures since Memorial Day weekend.
John Philip Jaxheimer, the son of Susan and John Jaxheimer of Amagansett and New York City, and Aimee Bridget Ruby were married on May 26.