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A house believed to be the only surviving 19th century dwelling of a member of the Montaukett tribe is slated for designation as a historic landmark, after a public hearing on the proposal next Thursday.
Another Saturday-night police dragnet to snare drunken drivers helped lead to the arrest of defendants from a wide variety of professions.
The Springs School District’s search for an architect for the potential expansion of its overcrowded building ended last Tuesday when officials chose B.B.S. Architects and Engineers, the firm they had brought in to analyze the school’s space needs and complete a number of projects in the 2014-15 school year.
If approved, the referendum would authorize the use of 20 percent of the revenues coming in to the community preservation fund for water quality improvements..
Anna Throne-Holst was declared the winner of the June 28 Democratic Party primary election to represent New York’s First Congressional District after a count of approximately 1,800 absentee ballots gave her a 317-vote margin win.

Thirty years after Dennis D'Andrea first joined the Wainscott Citizens Advisory Committee he is still an active, dedicated member.
Driftwood Shores residents have complained that their traditional use of the beach there has been questioned by new owners of a bayfront house who insist the public does not have legal access to the beach above mean high water.
It may turn out that Shahab Karmely and Kenneth Kuchin will prove the proverb correct and solve their longstanding dispute about a tennis court on Mr. Karmely’s property because at the end of a testy meeting of the East Hampton Village Board of Appeals on Friday, Mr. Karmely agreed to build and pay for a fence that will include soundproofing.
The Amagansett Citizens Advisory Committee is not meeting in the Amagansett Library anymore.