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  •     “I wish,” said Nathaniel Miller, “that whoever it is would be a man and come and talk to me, or yell at me, or something.”

  •     The Village of East Hampton has started an effort to comply with the federal Americans With Disabilities Act, which it incorporated into its code in 2005.

  •     The emphasis on standardized testing and college readiness is such that a well-rounded education and a school’s place in its community are being eroded. That was the conclusion of Eleanor Tritt, the district superintendent of the Amagansett School, in her comments to the school’s board at its meeting on Friday.

  •     On July 16, Representative Tim Bishop introduced a bill that would prevent further development on Plum Island by decoupling its sale from the construction of the National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility in Kansas.

  •     The Amagansett Presbyterian Church, founded in 1860, will hold its 100th annual summer fair on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the church grounds.

  • Vehicles parking on the beach at Maidstone Park have drawn the ire of some members of the Springs Citizens Advisory Committee
  • The Rev. Alison Cornish is stepping down as minister of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the South Fork in Bridgehampton on Sunday.
  • Some longtime residents say that noise, too, has saturated the Town of East Hampton to the point that local government must move to restore the tranquility they say has been lost
  •     Putnam Bridge, the Connecticut developer seeking to build a senior citizen housing development on the former Principi property east of the Amagansett commercial district on Montauk Highway, has downsized its plan for the development following the Town Planning Department’s critique of the proposal.

  •     Mayor Paul F. Rickenbach Jr. welcomed the members of the East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals at the board’s meeting on Friday, saying that zoning “probably is the core issue with respect to the governance of a municipality,” and suggesting that they “be mindful that as the zoning code evolves and is applied and manifests itself, that’s how your community maintains its personality and aura of cooperation and embracement.”

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