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  • The Hula Hut, an outdoor bar at the Montauk Marine Basin on West Lake Drive in Montauk, has raised concerns.
  •     Last week for Mardi Gras, the East Hampton Town Senior Citizens Center was decked out for the occasion, with masks adorning each table and purple, green, and gold streamers hung from the ceiling. There were beads for all, and the kitchen staff had prepared the traditional king cake, a cinnamon roll with multicolored icing that is a New Orleans specialty.

  • Facing 686 citations, Surf Lodge's day in court delayed to March 19th.
  • The East Hampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals once again discussed a divisive application.
  • The Dunes, a private alcohol and substance-abuse facility has filed a lawsuit against the Town of East Hampton.
  •    Up a creaky flight of stairs in a brightly painted orange room, Scott Chaskey, director of the Peconic Land Trust’s Quail Hill Farm in Amagansett, sat down two weeks ago behind his orderly desk for an interview about the farm and its winter share. “I just cleaned a week ago,” Mr. Chaskey joked, explaining his tidy desk, on which he had a jar of pens and a long, elegant feather, and a bowl of small pinecones.

  • ‘No’ to judge-change request, ‘no’ to site plan review
  • With two new members sitting at the table for the first time on Jan. 25, the East Hampton Town Planning Board presented a unified front as it reached several significant decisions.
  •     The East Hampton Town Board recently appointed new members to the East Hampton Town Planning Board, Town Zoning Board of Appeals, and the Architectural Review Board, bringing a number of new names into Town Hall.

  •     After serving on the East Hampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals for 32 years and as its chairman for 12, Philip Gamble is ready for a vacation.
        Mr. Gamble’s service to the town was recognized at a Z.B.A. meeting Tuesday, during which he acted as chair for what undoubtedly was the last time, filling in for Alex Walter, who, although he could not be at the meeting, was appointed chairman that night. Before doing so, Mr. Gamble sat down for an interview.