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  • A lower-level of the East Hampton Library remained closed to the public a week after an exterior check valve burst, flooding the eastern side of the basement. Damage to books was minimal.
  • Steven A. Cohen's offending structure is a six-foot-tall chain link fence with a cedar facade. It was built without site plan approval.
  • An East Northport man was cleared of criminal charges in East Hampton Town Justice Court last Thursday.
  • A Springs man who crashed a 2007 Saab into the woods off Old Stone Highway in Amagansett on Monday morning had to be given the life-saving drug.
  • You can bicycle in the snow, you know. It depends, of course, on the type of bike, and the tires. Me, I have a Giant-make mountain bike with broad tires with a deep tread. Bought it about 20 years ago from Chris Pfund’s bike shop in Montauk. Still going strong.
  • The trial of Thomas Gilbert Jr. of Wainscott and Manhattan, charged with homicide in the Beekman Place murder last January of his financier father, moved a step closer on Wednesday.
  • Michael T. Dolson of Sound Beach, 42, was on his way to East Hampton Town Justice Court last Thursday in connection with a June 2015 drunken-driving charge when police pulled him over and found he was driving without a valid license.
  • Two waterfront property owners received variances to replace existing houses at Tuesday’s session of the East Hampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals. One is at the Ditch Plain condominium complex in Montauk, the other in the Georgica Association in Wainscott.
  • Manuel L. Tacuri-Inga of Springs, 54, faces two felony charges and a pair of less serious counts following his arrest on Feb. 2.
  • Among the police officers named recognized by the South Fork departments, East Hampton Town police selected Officer Luke McNamara. His choice was unusual, in that this past year was his first on the job.

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