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  • Several residents who have roosters living in their neighborhoods appealed to the East Hampton Town Board last week to regulate the birds.
  • Justice John J.J. Jones Jr. found that the town had followed proper procedures in adopting the plan, an accompanying airport layout plan, which is a list of projects for which the town could seek Federal Aviation Administration funding.
  • East Hampton Town
     
    Human Services Grants
        Nonprofit organizations hoping to get grants next year from East Hampton Town for human services projects have until tomorrow to submit an application to the town Human Services Department. The application calls for the submission of a project description and budget, financial data on the organization, and other details. Among the nonprofits given grants in the town’s 2012 budget are the East Hampton Food Pantry, Montauk Youth Association, and Project MOST.

  •    The full impact of where I was standing during the Great Bonac Fireworks show on Saturday night did not really hit me until I saw a photo taken by someone on the tugboat floating right behind us, looking toward the barge loaded with fireworks where, with hard hat and goggles on, earplugs stuffed into my ears, I tipped my head back at virtually a right angle to see the shells exploding right overhead.

  • St. Luke’s Favorites
        Ellen White, formerly the executive chef at the Silver Palate gourmet store in Manhattan, will lead a team of cooks at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in East Hampton on Monday as they prepare frozen, to-go entrees from recipes in a new church cookbook called “Favorites of St. Luke’s.”

  • Beach driving, the East Hampton Town Trustees told the East Hampton Town Board on Tuesday in no uncertain terms, is in the trustees’ jurisdiction.
  • Less than a month after air traffic controllers set up shop at East Hampton Airport, the impact of the control tower and motivation for its construction are being debated.
  •     Councilwoman Theresa Quigley has been thinking about the problem of illegally overcrowded residences and the possibility of adding to the town code a list of conditions — things like multiple mailboxes or electric meters, or numerous cars registered to persons with different surnames — that would become “presumptive evidence” that too many people are living in a single-family residence.    

  •    The Great Bonac Fireworks over Three Mile Harbor on Saturday night will be the occasion for special events at two waterfront East Hampton restaurants.

  •     The creation, at the state comptroller’s recommendation, of an East Hampton Town audit committee to oversee the town’s financial reporting and controls has the endorsement of the town’s budget and finance advisory committee, although not in the form in which it has been proposed.

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