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  • Work in January at Cyril’s Fish House on Napeague resulted in a stop-work order issued by the East Hampton Town chief building inspector and two summonses for removing fuel tanks without a building permit
  •        The Springs Citizens Advisory Committee has recommended against the purchase of a 16-acre woodland tract on Neck Path, which was the subject of a town board hearing last month.

           The proposed $2.7 million purchase would be made using the community preservation fund, and the site designated for recreation and the preservation of open space.

  •        A new Federal Aviation Administration rule going into effect in early May will be a “significant consideration” in East Hampton Town’s decision-making regarding the town airport and whether to continue taking F.A.A. money, Town Councilwoman Kathee Burke-Gonzalez, the airport liaison, said in a press release this week.

  • Bite of the Irish
        In honor of St. Patrick’s Day on Monday, Fresh Hamptons restaurant in Bridgehampton will offer a small plate of corned beef, cabbage, and potatoes, for $6 on its bar menu from 4 to 8 p.m. There will also be the usual daily happy hour specials on drinks (half price for house wines, tap beer, and other drinks), and bar food.

  • High-voltage electrical transmission lines in East Hampton Town could be buried with 16 months if a way to finance the underground project is worked out, David Daly, the president and C.O.O. of PSEG Long Island promised on Friday.
  • The East Hampton Town Board voted unanimously on Thursday to authorize additional legal action against Cyril’s Fish House, a popular Napeague bar and restaurant with multiple unresolved zoning violations.
  • Representatives of PSEG Long Island attended a meeting in East Hampton on Wednesday as opposition to a six-mile extension of high-voltage electrical transmission lines continued to grow. They agreed to consider alternatives but said that work would continue for now.
  •        Walkers will have an opportunity tomorrow to explore a 57-acre woodland site in East Hampton during a guided hike at 10 a.m. being offered by the East Hampton Trails Preservation Society. Those interested have been asked to meet along Springy Banks Road in front of the former Duke property, where a sign marks the public land, located at the intersection of Hands Creek and Springy Banks Roads.

  •         A campaign to stop PSEG Long Island from completing its installation of 45 to 65-foot-tall poles and high-voltage electrical transmission lines along a six-mile route in East Hampton Town, from a substation at Cove Hollow Road in East Hampton to another at Old Stone Highway in Amagansett, is continuing even though the work is almost done.

  • All most of us will remember is snow and frigid temperatures, ice, constant shoveling, and days upon days, it seemed, of being housebound

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