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  • A brief work session of the East Hampton Village Board last Thursday saw a return visit by a critic of the village’s efforts to reduce the white-tail deer population through sterilization.
  • Renewable Energy Long Island, a not-for-profit organization that promotes clean, sustainable energy generation and use, will host an educational forum on building a renewable and resilient energy system for the South Fork on Wednesday from 3 to 7 p.m., in Studio 3 at LTV Studios in Wainscott.
  • The importance of an obscure event in the history of World War II has been brought home, literally, in recent years with the annual re-enactment of Nazi saboteurs’ landing on the ocean beach near Atlantic Avenue in Amagansett.
  • A dispute over a tennis court at 127 Main Street, the former Gardiner estate, landed in the court of the East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals on Friday.
  • There’s a popular posting you may have seen on social media, in which photographs and quotes by Kanye West and Jimi Hendrix are paired. The former declares himself “a creative genius, and there’s no other way to word it.” That is juxtaposed with the latter’s declaration that “I wouldn’t say that I’m the greatest guitarist ever. I’d say probably that I’m the greatest guitarist sitting in this chair.”
  • Residents and visitors to the South Fork can learn how to bid farewell to the internal combustion engine and reduce their carbon footprint without leaving East Hampton, thanks to the opening on Friday of a Tesla Motors location on Newtown Lane.
  • Skepticism on proposed limits despite an increase in four-wheel traffic.
  • Representatives of PSEG Long Island updated the East Hampton Village Board about upcoming maintenance work in the Town of East Hampton at the board’s meeting on Friday.
  • Chief Gerard Larsen of the East Hampton Village police introduced the newest member of the department to the village board on Friday.
  • Unlike the 2015 holiday season, when downtown East Hampton was marked by vacant stores and signs bearing some version of “See you next summer,” Main Street and Newtown Lane, just in time for Memorial Day weekend, are abuzz with renovations and new occupancies.

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