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  • A $65.6 million East Hampton Town budget for 2012, up from almost $64 million last year, was the subject of a hearing before the town board last Thursday night.
  • The East Hampton Town Board agreed Tuesday to put the word out publicly that seven town-owned office condominium units at the Pantigo Place complex in East Hampton are for sale.
  •     At Food and Co. in East Hampton, Pasquale Langella, who prepared his Italian cuisine, including homemade mozzarella, there, has departed, but the takeout shop is still serving pizzas and Tuscan-inspired prepared foods. Items include organic chickens roasted on a wood fire and local vegetable dishes, including a layered eggplant parmesan. The shop has new hours: 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Wednesday through Sunday. It is closed on Monday and Tuesday.

    Taste, Wine, and Dine

  • Starting at just before 9:30 p.m., results rolled in from various election districts, and the tallies quickly showed that the Democrats’ two town board candidates, Sylvia Overby and Peter Van Scoyoc, were top vote-getters.
  • The Sherrill farmhouse and acreage, owned by the same family since 1792, is an excellent site for an East Hampton history center, Prudence Carabine believes.
  • Even when dark falls early and the wind off “the End” can make a visit to Montauk feel forbidding, there are still lots of reasons to head east — the Shagwong among them.
  • A hearing will be held next Thursday night on the 2012 budget for East Hampton Town, which calls for $65.6 million of spending next year.
  • Spring Close restaurant in East Hampton has some new additions to draw visitors to its dining tables and hospitable bar. A pub menu has been added, as well as a new lunch menu and new items on the dinner menu. The wood-fired oven is being put to use every day to make thin-crust pizzas. Running the kitchen now at Spring Close is Justin Hoke, a graduate of the New York Institute of Technology Culinary School, who worked at Le Bec Fin, a five-star restaurant in Philadelphia.
  • Several rounds of cutting are reflected in East Hampton Town’s tentative budget for 2012
  • East Hampton Town
    C.S.E.A. Approves Contract
        Members of East Hampton Town’s Civil Service Employees Association union voted last Thursday to ratify a four-year contract with the town, retroactive to the start of 2011.

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