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  • Art of Eating at Marders
    Art of Eating Catering is offering a takeout menu at Marders nursery in Bridgehampton on Friday through Sunday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The offerings, which change weekly, include items such as crudités with dipping sauce, hand-cut potato chips or sweet potato chips with seasonings, white bean dip, hummus, pad Thai, wraps, and salads.

    Swedish Lunch

  • The outlook was bright early Tuesday evening at Republican Party headquarters at 29 Bar and Grill in East Hampton, but it dimmed as races grew tight and the hopes of the party's top three candidates, Len Bernard, Diana Weir, and Bill Gardiner were eclipsed.
    Only Lisa Rana, the G.O.P. candidate for town justice, who took an early lead and kept it, became more rather than less assured as the night wore on.

  • Wilkinson is accused of retaliating against a Montauk whistleblower who alerted state officials to environmental violations.
  • East Hampton Town’s scavenger waste treatment plant, which has been operating since 2012 solely as a transfer station for waste trucked elsewhere to be treated, will be decommissioned and closed for good by the end of November, according to a resolution passed by the town board last Thursday.

  • The Army Corps of Engineers has agreed to adjust its estimated value of the benefits of rebuilding a stretch of downtown Montauk beach — and thus the potential extent of a beach reconstruction project it will undertake, at federal expense — by half again as much as its original $103.8 million estimate, Aram Terchunian of First Coastal Corporation told the East Hampton Town Board this week.

    Additional revisions may be forthcoming, said Mr. Terchunian, based on further analysis.

  • A hearing last week on revisions to East Hampton Town’s 2006 “smart-lighting” law, designed to reduce nighttime sky glare, centered on the Kelvin level of outdoor lighting, a measure of the light color spectrum of a particular bulb.

  • East Hampton Town

    Hearing on Beach Drinking

    The East Hampton Town Board will hold a hearing next Thursday on a law that would ban drinking at Indian Wells and Atlantic Avenue Beaches in Amagansett during the hours that lifeguards are on duty, on the beach within 1,500 feet of the road endings.

  • For Dads
    A complimentary Bloody Mary or Budweiser beer will be served to fathers who have lunch on Sunday, Father’s Day, at Navy Beach restaurant in Montauk.

  • Consultants for East Hampton Town have set the economic value of a beach reconstruction project in downtown Montauk at more than $238 million
  • Air traffic at East Hampton Airport during the Thursday-through-Monday period surrounding the Memorial Day holiday increased by 20 percent over the same period last year and generated numerous complaints.

    Jim Brundige, the airport manager, told the East Hampton Town Board Tuesday that there were 872 takeoffs and landings over the long weekend and 475 complaints about noise and disturbance. During last year’s holiday period there were 248 complaints.

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