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  • A recent restructuring of debt through the re-funding of $14.6 million in bonds issued in 2005 will save East Hampton Town $3.3 million over the nine-year life of the bonds.

  • East Hampton Town

    Eye Federal Dollars for Lazy Point

  •     It’s that time of year again. Hamptons Restaurant week, which offers three-course prix fixe dinners for $27.95 at more than a dozen local eateries, will run from Sunday through March 30.

  • Work in January at Cyril’s Fish House on Napeague resulted in a stop-work order issued by the East Hampton Town chief building inspector and two summonses for removing fuel tanks without a building permit
  •        The Springs Citizens Advisory Committee has recommended against the purchase of a 16-acre woodland tract on Neck Path, which was the subject of a town board hearing last month.

           The proposed $2.7 million purchase would be made using the community preservation fund, and the site designated for recreation and the preservation of open space.

  •        A new Federal Aviation Administration rule going into effect in early May will be a “significant consideration” in East Hampton Town’s decision-making regarding the town airport and whether to continue taking F.A.A. money, Town Councilwoman Kathee Burke-Gonzalez, the airport liaison, said in a press release this week.

  • Bite of the Irish
        In honor of St. Patrick’s Day on Monday, Fresh Hamptons restaurant in Bridgehampton will offer a small plate of corned beef, cabbage, and potatoes, for $6 on its bar menu from 4 to 8 p.m. There will also be the usual daily happy hour specials on drinks (half price for house wines, tap beer, and other drinks), and bar food.

  • High-voltage electrical transmission lines in East Hampton Town could be buried with 16 months if a way to finance the underground project is worked out, David Daly, the president and C.O.O. of PSEG Long Island promised on Friday.
  • The East Hampton Town Board voted unanimously on Thursday to authorize additional legal action against Cyril’s Fish House, a popular Napeague bar and restaurant with multiple unresolved zoning violations.
  • Representatives of PSEG Long Island attended a meeting in East Hampton on Wednesday as opposition to a six-mile extension of high-voltage electrical transmission lines continued to grow. They agreed to consider alternatives but said that work would continue for now.