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  • As the South Fork enters the peak period for tick activity, a corresponding peak in the incidence of Lyme disease and other tick-borne illnesses is likely. To help combat the scourge, which has spiked in recent years, according to a May 1 report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one South Fork resident is spearheading a fund-raiser.
  • The East Hampton Town Trustees were asked to allow two programs to proceed in waters under­ their jurisdiction, both intended to restore those waters’ health and the marine life within them.
  • Perry Gershon, a Democratic candidate hoping to challenge First District Representative Lee Zeldin in the midterm election, told supporters on Saturday that his campaign’s polling indicates he and Kate Browning are neck and neck for the Democratic nomination.
  • America New York and New Jersey State Conference, as well as TWU AFL-CIO Local 252, has endorsed Representative Lee Zeldin’s re-election effort. The groups represent almost 140,000 members in the airline, railroad, transit, university, utilities, services, and gaming sectors.
  • In “The Love Song of R. Buckminster Fuller,” Sam Green narrates Fuller’s quest with still images, video, and an original score performed by the indie rock ’n’ roll band Yo La Tengo.
  • A bloom of cyanobacteria, or blue-green algae, has been detected in Mill Pond in Water Mill. The toxic algae also persist in Lake Agawam in Southampton, Roth Pond in Stony Brook, and Lake Ronkonkoma.
  • Perry Gershon, a candidate for the Democratic nomination to challenge First District Representative Lee Zeldin in the midterm election, spoke to supporters on Saturday morning.
  • The East Hampton Town Shellfish Hatchery building, on Fort Pond Bay in Montauk, is in need of repair and renovation.
  • Adapting to climate change, enhancing fisheries, and preserving cultural and ecological resources were the focus of a report on implementing the Local Waterfront Revitalization Program that the town’s waterfront advisory committee delivered to the East Hampton Town Board on Tuesday.
  • The trustees are debating whether to grant a lease to Deepwater Wind to bury the cable under the beach, from which it would be routed underground to a Long Island Power Authority substation in East Hampton.

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