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  • 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.
  • A community benefits package hangs in the balance as the East Hampton Town Board and town trustees prepare to host a joint hearing next Thursday on Deepwater Wind's plan to construct a 15-turbine wind farm approximately 36 miles east of Montauk.
  • The State Department of Environmental Conservation has reclassified 24 acres in Northwest Harbor in East Hampton and the Devon Yacht Club boat basin in Amagansett as uncertified year round, meaning the waterways are closed to shellfishing.
  • The proposed district extends south to the Atlantic Ocean, east to Daniel’s Hole Road and Georgica Pond, west to Town Line Road, and north to Industrial Road.
  • At issue is whether to grant Deepwater Wind an easement that would allow the company to land the wind farm’s transmission cable at the end of Beach Lane in Wainscott. Deepwater Wind has offered a community benefits package in exchange for the easement.
  • A path for pedestrians and cyclists along Edgemere Street in Montauk, connecting the Long Island Rail Road station with the downtown area, is a possibility as the Town of East Hampton seeks to take advantage of a program under which it would be designed and financed by Suffolk County.
  • In downtown Montauk, the town is considering a program that would allow the downtown to remain where it is, while also adapting to a rising sea level by moving some businesses away from the shoreline.
  • An Earth Day beach cleanup on Hicks Island, at Lazy Point in Amagansett, on Saturday has led to charges that the State Department of Environmental Conservation and Office of Parks, Recreation, and Historic Preservation are unlawfully prohibiting the public’s right to access the beach there.
  • With pledges of impartiality and appeals to the better angels of our nature, the East Hampton Clericus announced an interfaith initiative dedicated to voter registration, engagement, and turnout last Thursday at Calvary Baptist Church in East Hampton.
  • For Dr. James Meyer, a large-animal veterinarian in East Hampton, work is about to get a lot busier. Just as many residents escape the South Fork to Florida or other warmer climes in the winter, so do many of the horses that summer in the Hamptons. Soon, they will return to places like the Southampton Polo Club, private farms where polo matches are held, and many residential properties.

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