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  • Wastewater contamination, water quality, and Montauk beach erosion were the most serious concerns of 200 residents who responded to a telephone survey initiated by Paul Giardina, a Republican candidate for the East Hampton Town Board, while noise from East Hampton Airport was the least important.
  • The East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals looked favorably on an application to construct an addition to a century-old, historically important residence when it met on Friday.
  • Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County will offer a Marine Meadows Program workshop on Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon at the Tiana Bayside Facility, at 89 Dune Road in Hampton Bays.
  • A cocktail party and fund-raiser for the re-election campaign of Suffolk County Legislator Bridget Fleming will be held next Thursday at Christy’s Art Center in Sag Harbor.
  • Katherine C.H.E., an Amagansett singer and songwriter has collaborated with Bakithi Kumalo, a South African Grammy Award-winning bassist and composer on a new song with an interactive component.
  • A brilliant blue sky and summer temperatures greeted those attending the East Hampton Town Trustees’ 27th annual Largest Clam Contest, held on Sunday.
  • An order of protection has been issued for Jim Grimes of Montauk, an East Hampton Town Trustee, after Martin Drew of Springs allegedly head-butted him on Thursday in the Town Hall parking lot.
  • What is expected to be a yearlong project to raise the Long Island Rail Road trestles that cross North Main Street and Accabonac Road in East Hampton Village will begin next month, the village board was told on Friday.
  • The scarcity of affordable housing, drug abuse and mental health, and preservation of the town’s character dominated discussion when the Democratic candidates for East Hampton Town Supervisor and town board held an informational meeting on Monday night at the East Hampton Presbyterian Church’s Session House.
  • Senator Charles Schumer, the Senate minority leader, has called on Congress to quickly pass the Harmful Algal Bloom and Hypoxia Research and Control Act, which he said would help combat the rise in toxic algae found in Long Island waterways.

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