The Suffolk County Department of Public Works' Division of Vector Control is spraying salt marshes in East Hampton and Southampton Town with an aerial larvicide Tuesday until 8 p.m. The helicopter spraying, an effort to control mosquito larvae, began Tuesday morning at 5 a.m.
On the list to be treated in East Hampton Town are marshes on Napeague, and around Beach Hampton, and Accabonac Harbor. In Southampton Town, the county is to spray by Meadow Lane, North Sea, and Jagger Lane, among other locations.
Beach-goers can go local with this all-in-one method of hitting the dunes and supporting South Fork entrepreneurs. Here are some pointers.
Skip the alcoholic beverages and replace them with some Miss Lady Root Beer, which uses certified organic ingredients and is brewed and bottled locally. Bottles are available from various spots, including Eli Zabar's Amagansett Farmers Market, the Springs and Montauk Farmers Markets, and Sag Town Coffee.
Perhaps you have stopped at the threshold of a shop somewhere on the South Fork (a k a the Hamptons) to scoop up a glossy magazine. Famous faces, or at least handsome ones, huge houses, and private parties pepper the ad-filled pages of the free magazines vying for your attention. The Star sorted through 13 of them for you in no particular order.
Networking Magazine makes good on its promise: "Open Networking Magazine and meet Long Island leaders on every page." Events and galas are to be found, as are the publisher's trips to France.
Navy Beach in Montauk will celebrate the hamlet’s long naval history and the Navy SEAL Foundation on Saturday with its second annual “Honoring Our Warriors, Supporting Their Families” cocktail party fund-raiser. The restaurant is continuing its partnership with the SEAL foundation in aid of the Naval Special Warfare community and its families.