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  • The need for affordable housing raised a problem for the East Hampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals on Tuesday when it considered an application that would require a variance to allow a homeowner to create an accessory apartment.
  • The moribund East Deck Motel will be demolished over the next few weeks, along with its septic system and outdoor pool, as plans for four oceanfront house lots there move forward.
  • If the Sloppy Tuna in downtown Montauk opens this season, it will do so without the man who was its head of security for the past five years.
  • A Bayport woman who was scheduled for release on Friday from the county jail remains in custody after being charged the day before with four more offenses.
  • East Hampton Village police investigating a reported hit-and-run incident in the Stop and Shop parking lot off Newtown Lane on Friday were led to a private house converted into an apartment building on property behind the Race Lane restaurant.
  • East Hampton Town police said John Marino, 43, was driving a 1960 Volkswagen on East Lake Drive in Montauk at about 3 a.m. when the car left the road and hit a stop sign at the Montauk Highway intersection.
  • East Hampton Village police raided the Living Room restaurant at c/o the Maidstone at midnight Saturday, ending a burlesque show that they said was illegal.
  • The controversial beachfront bar in downtown Montauk, Sloppy Tuna, will open on schedule this season, the court-appointed receiver for the business promised Wednesday.
  • Credit cards now accepted for bail at East Hampton Justice Court.
  • An artist with a studio on Plank Road, East Hampton, called East Hampton Town police there shortly before midnight on Saturday, leading to the arrest of a Bayport woman on multiple charges including the theft of his debit cards.

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