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  • East Hampton Town’s proposed purchase of two waterfront lots on Squaw Road in Springs, 1.6 acres in all, and the removal of two houses there so that the land can be returned to its natural condition, has aroused opposition.
  • Visit five local farms and six private gardens with Guild Hall's “garden to table” tour. The tour will be part of its Garden as Art event on Aug. 22.
  • In an effort to address a dangerous situation caused by patrons of the Surf Lodge parking along South Edgemere Street and then walking alongside and sometimes in the road, the East Hampton Town Board voted Thursday to ban parking on the west side of the road from north of the club to Elwell Street.
  • Fires on the beaches in East Hampton Town will have to be built inside of metal containers rather than directly on the sand according to a new law approved by the town board on Thursday.
  • State lawmakers have approved a bill that would extend the life of the Peconic Bay Region Community Preservation Fund and would allow the five East End towns to seek approval from voters to use a portion of it for water quality improvement projects.
  • Twenty-one citations for violating East Hampton Town’s new curfew on nighttime landings at East Hampton Airport have been issued since the law went into effect earlier this summer.
  • 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

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