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  • A new draft of lighting code revisions will be a topic of discussion at a meeting of environmental groups in East Hampton.
  • Race Lane restaurant in East Hampton will host a wine dinner on Sunday. The menu will begin with butternut squash soup with bay scallops, tuna crudo, and handmade burrata with prosciutto, followed by fettuccine with porcini Bolognese sauce, veal, beef, pork, and cream, and braised veal wild mushroom risotto. Dessert will be zabaglione and berries. The Italian wines to be paired with each dish include a Prosecco and selections from Tuscany and Venice. The dinner begins at 7 p.m. and costs $67 plus tax and gratuity. Reservations have been recommended.

  •     The Fair Foods market continues on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Sag Harbor through May, at the Bay Burger building on the Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Turnpike.
        Among the vendors that gather there are Anke’s Fit Bakery, Goodale Farms, Greek Sweets, A Taste of the North Fork, Harbor Small Batch, the Mecox Bay Dairy, Regina’s Farm Stand, and Wolffer Estate Winery.

    East End Chefs Program

  • East Hampton Town Supervisor Bill Wilkinson delivered his 2012 State of the Town address last Thursday night, calling for unanimity on a bipartisan board.
  • Disciplinary charges against Larry Penny, East Hampton Town’s longtime director of Natural Resources, were completely dropped by the town board last week.
  • The new year will bring no respite from thorny issues, if the first meetings of the East Hampton Town Board in 2012 are an indication.
  • East Hampton Town

    Ethics Committee
        East Hampton Town Supervisor Bill Wilkinson announced last Thursday night that the town ethics board had found no wrongdoing after being asked to look into whether Len Bernard, the budget officer, had acted improperly in corresponding from his town office with the state comptroller and a member of the press regarding assertions in campaign literature for Zachary Cohen, Mr. Wilkinson’s Democratic challenger in the November election.

  • Video taken by cameras positioned along East Lake Drive in Montauk show a driver operating an East Hampton Town Highway Department truck snatching up a sign.
  • East Hampton Town
    EECO Farm Lease Extended
        The East Hampton Town Board voted on Dec. 20 to renew the East End Community Organic Farm’s lease of town-owned farmland on Long Lane in East Hampton for five years, following the expiration of the current lease in April. Rental of the 42 acres of farmland will cost $150 per acre per year.

  • A brief discussion of data on East Hampton Town’s zoning districts and the space allotted for business here at the last town board meeting of 2011 appears destined for a reprise in the new year.

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