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  • Approximately 150 people filled the East Hampton Town Hall meeting room and an adjacent hallway last Thursday night for a hearing on whether the town should seek Federal Aviation Administration funds
  • Larry Penny, East Hampton Town’s director of natural resources, was suspended without pay for 30 days by the town board at a hastily called work session Wednesday.
  •     Bread by Nightowl Baker, a Montauk business that creates wild-yeasted, triple-fermented, extra-tangy sourdough bread, will be available throughout the winter at White’s Liquor Store on Montauk’s Main Street, on Fridays through Sundays. Bread deliveries can also be arranged through the Web site nightowlbaker.com.

    Winter Market

  • The East Hampton Town Board’s decision about whether to take a federal grant for security and deer fencing around the airport may have repercussions.
  •     It’s a good bet that a lot of foodies are in their element today, having prepared a groaning board full of delicious Thanksgiving dishes. On a holiday that’s not just about food, but also gratitude, let’s hope that those with a lot have made an effort to help those without, by donating to our local food pantries so that everyone is enjoying a Thanksgiving meal today.

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  • East Hampton Town

    Town to Sell Condos

  • A close look at the financial operations at LTV, East Hampton Town’s public-access cable television provider, showed shortcomings in record keeping
  • Plans for the immediate future of East Hampton Town’s septic waste treatment plant were outlined at a public board meeting on Tuesday.
  • 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.

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  • East Hampton Town will provide trash bags and gloves to volunteers pitching in on Saturday for the Ocean Conservancy’s International Coastal Cleanup Day.

    Individuals and groups have been invited to collect trash on any beach. Participants will be asked to fill out an Ocean Conservancy data collection form, which the town will provide, to record the type of d