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  • A proposal for a tennis court on West End Road in East Hampton Village — and the inevitable noise that would emanate from it — has rankled the would-be developer of an adjacent parcel on Georgica Cove.
  • The East Hampton Town Board and the town trustees will hold a joint hearing on the proposed South Fork Wind Farm tonight at 6:30 at LTV Studios in Wainscott.
  • Lori Miller-Carr, who marked her 30th year working for the East Hampton Town Trustees yesterday, will retire as the trustees’ secretary on May 30.
  • The East Hampton Town Trustees, who derive approximately half their annual revenue from leasing land at Lazy Point, and a transfer fee on the sale of houses there, discussed the possibility of extending leases from the present one-year term to as many as 30 years, or perhaps more.
  • The possibility of electing a new chairperson of the East Hampton Town Democratic Committee was scuttled last night after a State Supreme Court judge issued a temporary restraining order on Monday forbidding the committee from conducting a vote before its June 20 meeting.
  • Roberta Gosman Donovan, a vibrant and vital figure at Gosman’s Restaurant in Montauk for more than 50 years and a former member of the East Hampton Town Planning Board, died at home in Montauk last Thursday.
  • The Tom Twomey Series of lectures on topics of local and national interest will return to the East Hampton Library for its fourth season on Saturday at 6 p.m., when Jim Rutenberg, a media columnist at The New York Times, addresses “Fake News, Real News, and Failing Upward at The New York Times.”
  • With the collective conviction that the time to act is now, the East Hampton Town Board engaged on Tuesday in a long discussion about the creation of a wastewater treatment system for downtown Montauk, and a tax district to help fund it.
  • As part of the Town of East Hampton’s goal to derive 100 percent of its electricity needs from renewable, clean sources, Energize East Hampton, a solar and energy savings program, will be launched on Saturday with an informational booth at the East Hampton Village street fair. The fair will take place from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Newtown Lane.
  • The Bridgehampton Museum’s archives building will be the site of a live-music series called “Summer Songs: The Great American Songbook . . . and Other Stories,” featuring Caroline Doctorow and her band, the Ballad Makers.

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