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  • The sterilization in early January of what was reported to be 114 female deer, for which the East Hampton Village Board paid $140,000 to White Buffalo, a nonprofit organization based in Connecticut, is under scrutiny in light of the recent, gruesome deaths of three of the animals and confirmation that three others died as a consequence of capture or surgery.
  • AT&T wants a permit from East Hampton Village to install wireless service equipment here.
  • A week after the East Hampton Republican Committee announced that Len Czajka had dropped out of the East Hampton Town Board race, the party’s other candidate for town board, Nancy Keeshan, announced her withdrawal from the race, as well.

  • Over the last several months, the guitarist G.E. Smith has brought a number of unique performances to Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor. In October, he, Jim Weider, and Larry Campbell presented “Masters of the Telecaster,” an ensemble performance in which each played his favored electric guitar, the Fender Telecaster.
  • Some residents and officials in East Hampton Town were angered by last week's aerial spraying of methoprene, a mosquito larvicide, over Accabonac Harbor in East Hampton.
  • Indications of climate change are all around us and civilization must adopt an aggressive timetable to “net-zero” energy in order to avert devastating environmental changes.
  • The East Hampton Village Board plans to adopt its proposed 2015-16 $20.53 million budget at a meeting on Friday, June 19.
  • A spirited re-enactment of the historic events of June 13, 1942, is set for Saturday at 6:30 p.m. at the Amagansett Life Saving and Coast Guard Station and nearby on Atlantic Avenue Beach.
  • In the spring of 2012, desperate for a change of scene, I lined up a bartending job in East Hampton and place to stay, but as moving day drew near I had still not addressed transportation. Money was tight, and I wondered if a scooter would do.
  • Hook Pond will not be returned to health unless more than 70 percent of its nitrogen and phosphorus is removed. That was the stark assessment given village officials and residents by a consultant on Saturday.

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