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Decrying what she called a “mini-Versailles” and increased “paverization,” Lys Marigold, vice chairwoman of the village’s zoning board of appeals, spoke for her colleagues about an application for extensive landscaping and the addition of multiple structures at a property on West End Road bordering Georgica Pond.
When Laurie Cancellieri called this newspaper on Monday to report that a memorial plaque in honor of her son on a teak bench at the eastern Ditch Plain Beach was missing and presumably stolen, she had no idea the plaque would be returned before the issue went to print. But she did have a clue.
Thanks to a Springs resident who has made a sizable donation to pay for landscaping, Ashawagh Hall, which is owned by the Springs Improvement Society and serves as a center for activities from concerts to art shows and civic group meetings, is sporting a new but natural look.
The start of the school year also brings the start of the fall semester for the Hampton Ballet Theatre School, which will begin classes on Wednesday at the Bridgehampton Community House and on Sept. 15 at Yoga Lila in Montauk.
East Hampton High School will inaugurate a program this year to provide internships for seniors at businesses, nonprofit organizations, and other community entities.
With the start of school fast approaching, the Bridgehampton School has hired several new staff members, including a new athletic director and its first-ever full-time business teacher.
If Alicia Schordine, Robin Gianis, and Colleen McGowan were to write a how-I-spent-my-summer-vacation kind of essay, their narratives would detail adventures from faraway places and souvenirs worthy of show-and-tell.
Springs School fifth graders will have access to laptop computers, tablets, and interactive whiteboards this year, thanks to a state grant.
The Sag Harbor School Board appears poised to reverse its policy against the video recording of public comments at its meetings.