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  • A presidential campaign that only grows more nauseating as its climactic moment nears, violence in America’s streets and around the world, and the economic struggles common to so many — given the state of things, the timing is right for soothing sounds evoking simpler times.
  • A decline in revenue from parking despite high attendance at Main Beach and Two Mile Hollow this summer was reported at an East Hampton Village Board work session last Thursday, drawing suggestions about the causes and how to counteract them.
  • With the Nov. 8 election looming, Concerned Citizens of Montauk will host its 46th annual meet the candidates forum on Sunday at 1 p.m. in the Montauk School gymnasium. Peter Lowenstein of the group’s board will moderate the forum, which is free and open to the public.
  • The water fountain in the Amagansett School’s gymnasium tested above New York State’s action level for lead last month, as did the faucets of six sinks, according to a letter from the district addressed to parents, guardians, community members, and staff.
  • An expansion of Amagansett’s municipal parking lot could happen before next summer, East Hampton Town Supervisor Larry Cantwell told members of the Amagansett Citizens Advisory Committee on Monday.
  • Claes Brondal, who organizes and hosts the weekly jam session at Bay Burger in Sag Harbor, is expanding his musical reach with a new series that will launch on Saturday at the Southampton Arts Center.
  • A politically damaging 2005 recording of Donald Trump, the Republican candidate for president, released after the poll was conducted could affect turnout in New York’s First Congressional District.
  • Elbert T. Edwards, a member of the East Hampton Village Board since 1977 and a 12th-generation member of one of East Hampton's original families, died last Thursday.
  • The first national marine monument in the Atlantic, designated last month by President Obama under the 1906 Antiquities Act, has been criticized by commercial fishermen who say it will harm their livelihoods while failing to achieve its intended purposes.
  • Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo has signed legislation granting the Village of Sag Harbor authority over waterways beyond the present 1,500-foot boundary, expanding its jurisdictional reach into an additional area in East Hampton Town waters.

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