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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.
Several defendants have been brought into court on drug-related arrests.
Soldier Ride will once again make its way across the South Fork on Saturday, bringing together military veterans who have suffered injuries during their service, community members, and others for a show of support and a fund-raiser for the Wounded Warrior Project.
Sag Harbor police received a call on the afternoon of July 5 reporting a man sleeping under a bush in the Long Wharf area.
The Great Bonac Fireworks Show is set for Saturday night, with a top-drawer display to be shot off by Fireworks by Grucci over Three Mile Harbor just after dark.
A fund-raiser for Maureen’s Haven, which provides shelter and other services for the homeless on the East End, will be held on Friday, July 22, at the Hyatt Sea Star Ballroom in Riverhead.
On Tuesday, the East Hampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals unanimously rejected a request that would have opened the door to a branch of the nationwide chain taking over the old Villa Prince restaurant space east of the I.G.A.