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  • Renewable Energy Long Island, a nonprofit organization that advocates a transition from fossil fuels, will host a forum on wind energy on Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon at the East Hampton Middle School.
  • Four hundred and sixty-three thousand gallons of sewage have not entered waterways over the last six years, thanks in large part to the East Hampton Town Trustees’ pump-out boat program.
  • Fans and friends have been arriving on the South Fork since Friday for “Inda Eaton: Original Music Adventures,” a concert in three acts happening at the Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor on Saturday at 8 p.m.
  • The Nov. 30 shutdown of Health Republic Insurance of New York, a nonprofit cooperative established in connection with the Affordable Care Act, left policyholders scrambling to find new coverage and health care providers short millions of dollars.
  • At a very brief work session last Thursday, the East Hampton Village Board took a step toward meeting the coming onslaught of summer visitors.
  • Tom Knobel resigned his position as chairman of the East Hampton Town Republican Committee, a month after being fired from his position at the Suffolk County Board of Elections.
  • The unmistakable signs of spring are stirring. The eighth annual Am O’Gansett Parade, which its organizers proclaim is the world’s shortest, will commence at noon on Saturday and conclude a few minutes later.
  • With a proposed work force housing development at 531 Montauk Highway in Amagansett raising questions about an influx of school-aged children and an increased tax burden, the Amagansett School Board will host an information session in the school gymnasium on March 19.
  • East Hampton High and Middle School tuition for students who live in outlying districts is set to decrease next year, but kindergarten through sixth-grade tuition, affecting students from the Sagaponack and Wainscott School Districts, will go up.
  • The Suffolk County Independence Party has endorsed Dave Calone, a businessman and former chairman of the Suffolk County Planning Commission, in his bid to represent New York’s First Congressional District.

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