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  •     Larry Zimmerman of Springy Banks Road and Ellen Zimmerman of Sherrill Road, both in East Hampton, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Marti Laran Zimmerman, to Stephen Kenneth Lynch Jr. He is a son of Stephen K. and Regina Lynch of East Hampton.

  • Super Soccer Stars
        Super Soccer Stars, a soccer program that sets up shop on the South Fork come summer, will kick off with the Children’s Museum of the East End on Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to noon in Sag Harbor’s Mashashimuet Park.

        Kids can kick around a ball and learn and practice skills with the program’s coaches, or decorate and fly their own kites with the help of museum staff. And it’s all free.

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  •     A memorial gathering for Robert Dash, the founder of the Madoo Conservancy in Sagaponack, who died in September, will be held there on Sunday at 5 p.m. Several of Mr. Dash’s friends will speak, and afterward clams and Bloody Marys will be served in his honor. Those attending have been asked to let Alejandro Saralegui, the conservancy director, know in advance by phoning the Madoo office or emailing

  • Jason Henry Pollak, a competitive surfer and practitioner of jujitsu who founded an organization that encouraged young people to offer their time to help those less fortunate, died at Southampton Hospital following an accident. He was the passenger in a car that crashed into a tree on Flying Point Road in Southampton, just down the road from the house where he was living, on April 19. He was 24.

  •     Victoria Kingsley, a psychologist with a practice in East Hampton, died on May 19 in Buffalo, not long after being diagnosed with small-cell cancer. She was 73. Dr. Kingsley saw patients for many years in New York. After leaving the city, she established a full-time practice here, working out of her residence in Northwest Woods. As longtime patients learned of her sudden illness they flooded her with calls of support and encouragement, her son said.

  •     Richard Maxwell Dunn, a teacher, scholar, and banker who taught at the Ross School and East Hampton High School, died of pancreatic cancer on Friday in New York City. He was 70 and had been ill for 15 months.

        Mr. Dunn, who lived full time in Springs since 2003, followed an unusual career path. He received a B.A. from Dartmouth College and a Ph.D. in French literature from Yale University. From 1969 to 1974, he was a French professor of the University of Chicago.

  • Amagansett
        The lug nuts on a rear wheel of a 2002 Mercury Mountaineer were loosened to the point where the tire almost fell off on Atlantic Avenue on May 11. The driver, Jeremy Burton of Bluff Road, told police that another motorist managed to wave him down to tell him about the tire. He speculated that the lug nuts might have been loosened by someone he had had an altercation with at the Memory Motel in Montauk the night before.

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  • East Hampton Town
    Complaints Online

        Complaints to the East Hampton Town Ordinance Enforcement Department, regarding, for example, possible town code violations from overcrowded housing to illegal summer rentals, litter, or businesses operating in residential zones, may now be lodged online through the town’s website at

    R. and D. Wells to Pelger Associates, 40 Gardiner Drive, .23 acre, March 19, $1,450,000.

    P. Gaslow Trust to M. and J. Steinberg, 303 Newlight Lane, 1.28 acres, March 13, $5,256,500.

    R. Bernstein, et al. to 190 Hand’s Creek L.L.C., 190 Hand’s Creek Road, 8.48 acres, March 11, $1,675,000.
    H. McMahon Jr. to J. Pincow, 364 Accabonac Road, March 10, $675,000.
    K. Johanson to N. Lawler, 153 Accabonac Road, 1.25 acres, March 18, $600,000.

  • A portion of the Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Turnpike was briefly shut down as officials cleared the road of hazards after two separate accidents in close proximity to each other on that stretch of road Tuesday morning.

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