David Eagan, the attorney for the Concerned Citizens of Wainscott, which has one lawsuit pending over a proposed Wainscott development and another waiting in the wings, blasted the East Hampton Town Attorney’s office this week for working too closely with real estate lawyers who are representing applications before the town.
The mother of a student at East Hampton High School on Long Lane reported to police that her son’s Emerica sneakers, valued at $85, were stolen from in front of a locker on March 20. Accompanied by an assistant principal, an officer searched the locker room and found the sneakers in a locker used by another student. When questioned, the student told police that he had found the sneakers on top of the lockers and put them away for safekeeping. The other student’s mother did not wish to press charges.