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  • East Hampton Town’s deer management advisory committee has recommended increased deer hunting on town lands here in order to thin the deer herd.
  • Luly Duke, an East Hampton resident who left Cuba as a girl in 1960, was on hand as the American flag was raised over the reopened U.S. embassy in Havana on Friday.
  • The 150-foot communications tower erected by the Springs Board of Fire Commissioners behind the firehouse on Fort Pond Boulevard will be the topic at a commissioners meeting on Monday night at 7 at the firehouse.
  • The Lucy’s Whey stand at the Amagansett Farmers Market is beinf run by Lucy Kazickas, an Amagansett resident and founder of Lucy’s Whey, a cheese shop with a home base at Manhattan’s Chelsea Market. Harvest your own sea salt at a workshop in Southampton on Aug. 29, led by Michele Martuscello, the founder of Shelly Sells Sea Salt.
  • As a clampdown on what Montauk residents have described as out-of-control partying in their hamlet continues this summer, Drew Doscher, an owner of the Sloppy Tuna in Montauk, a focus of numerous complaints, has sued East Hampton Town and Thomas Baker, a town fire marshal, for $2 million in damages.
  • A lawsuit against the Long Island Power Authority and PSEG Long Island, filed by a group of East Hampton residents who claim the installation of a high-voltage transmission line through their neighborhoods is harmful to property values and their health and safety, will move forward on several fronts, in keeping with a July 23 court decision.
  • 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.

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