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  • The owner of a 28,000-square-foot oceanfront property on Surfside Avenue in Montauk was before the East Hampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals on Tuesday seeking a permit for a 10-year maintenance program for a rock revetment on the property’s eastern border.
  • A 52-year-old woman from Westchester County whose car crashed into a reviewing stand soon after Sunday's Montauk Friends of Erin St. Patrick's Day parade ended faces a felony charge of aggravated drunken driving.
  • The family of a woman whose body was found in the woods near her Sagaponack house six weeks after she was reported missing last fall met with the Southampton Town supervisor and police chief to review how and why police concluded that her death was a suicide.
  • Whatever you do, don’t call it a bowling alley, said Howard Ellman, architect of what he called the “family entertainment center” planned for East Hampton Indoor Tennis on Daniels Hole Road.
  • East Hampton Town police initially interviewed Gina Gallo on Feb. 24, after being called to a Sycamore Drive house in Springs, where they found the resident, Gerard Kucker, dead in bed.
  • An East Hampton man with a long criminal record held without bail after being caught repeatedly selling Oxy
  • Thomas Pazera, 49, of Sag Harbor was arraigned in East Hampton Town Justice Court Tuesday morning on a misdemeanor charge of aggravated drunken driving following an early morning accident on Route 114, near Plank Road in East Hampton.
  • A meeting of Montauk Shores Condominiums owners will take place at the trailer park’s clubhouse on Saturday at noon at which, according to a letter inviting their attendance, “the most exciting news to reach Montauk Shores in decades” will be presented.
  • Between Feb. 26 and Feb. 29, according to East Hampton Town police, Bridget Lynch, 35, left the house with a Shih Tzu named Honey and a boxer named Rudy. Both dogs were valued at more than $1,000, making the charges felonies.
  • Four hundred and sixty-three thousand gallons of sewage have not entered waterways over the last six years, thanks in large part to the East Hampton Town Trustees’ pump-out boat program.

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