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  • The idea of allowing cars from outside the area to park along streets in their neighborhood continues to rankle residents of the area, a small square of streets bordered by Montauk Highway and the Atlantic Ocean on Napeague.
  • A rare trove of photographs and posters depicting the history of Cuba along with contemporary images will be on display this summer at the Southampton Arts Center thanks to a collaboration with the International Center of Photography in New York City.
  • They are rolling! A food truck derby will be held at the Hayground School on Friday, Aug. 14. The Harbor Market and Kitchen in Sag Harbor is now open seven days a week from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m., serving everything from egg dishes, pastry, and espresso to sandwiches, tacos, lobster rolls, and wood-oven pizzas.
  • Two issues related to the reinforced dune to be built by the Army Corps of Engineers along the downtown Montauk beach appeared to have been resolved this week after discussions
  • The Montauk Chamber of Commerce has released a short video highlighting the traditional pleasures of the hamlet, even as party-hearty summer hordes continue to provide fodder for tabloid.
  • The Wellness Foundation of East Hampton, a nonprofit, is marking its 10th anniversary this year, and expanding its focus on engaging children and families in learning about and improving their health through optimal nutrition and lifestyle choices.
  • East Hampton Town has appealed a federal court injunction barring implementation of a law that would have restricted the noisiest aircraft using East Hampton Airport to one round trip per week.
  • For local food get down to the farmers market building on Main Street in Amagansett to see the new outlet run by the Amagansett Food Institute. Karen Lee will present a cooking class on Sunday focusing on Chinese dishes, her specialty, at a private residence in Amagansett. Those interested can register online at karenleecooking.com.
  • In response to the recent uprising by residents against what they describe as an unruly and rowdy environment this summer in Montauk, East Hampton Town officials are taking a multi-pronged approach to deal with issues.
  • Word has been received that the so-called 2-percent cap on how much the town may increase property taxes will be less than 1 percent next year unless a majority of the town board votes to pierce it.

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