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  • A controversial proposal for Duryea’s Dock in Montauk — to remove all the structures on the site and replace them with a restaurant and an open deck with a total capacity of 353 patrons — was tabled on April 22 before the East Hampton Town Planning Board could consider it.
  • When the East Hampton Town Planning Board met on April 22, all the stars seemed — at first, anyway — to be aligned for the approval of a proposed 40-acre subdivision of mostly open Wainscott farmland into seven buildable lots and a large agricultural reserve.
  • A house on Georgica Road in East Hampton Village was burglarized sometime between April 17 and last Thursday, when the homeowner called police.
  • East Hampton Town police said two men were driving drunk early Sunday morning.
  • Jason Lee, the former Goldman Sachs banker accused of raping an Irish woman at an East Hampton summer house in 2013, was found not guilty Wednesday afternoon after a non-jury trial that spanned two weeks.
  • Acting U.S. attorney said Farrukh Baig “exploited his alien employees, stealing their wages and requiring them to live in unregulated boarding houses.”
  • Two men charged in East Hampton burglary had several houses on their list, police say.
  • Anthony D. Sosinksi, the captain of a Montauk lobster boat, was charged Saturday morning with boating while intoxicated, a misdemeanor, as well as reckless operation of a vessel.
  • The defense in the rape trial of Jason Lee rested its case Wednesday afternoon after calling only three witnesses, and closing arguments are scheduled for Tuesday.
  • According to police, the arrest of Nicholas C. Gray, 27, of Springs ended a crime spree that began on March 25 with the theft of a Jeep parked behind T & B Auto repair in Amagansett, and finished on April 6 with a burglary of a house in Amagansett.

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