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East End Digest July 31

State Assembly: 4-Day School Week? Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele, Jr. is requesting input from school districts in the Second Assembly District related to a bill currently...

Housing Trust Set To Move Forward

With a proposed zoning code that includes a handful of affordable housing provisions, and $2.524 million dollars expected to flow into the Sag Harbor...

Gas Plant Cleanup Expected This Fall

The remediation of the land under a former manufactured gas plant in Sag Harbor will likely commence in September, according to Sag Harbor Trustee...

Carriage House Approved

The proposed carriage house and retaining wall at Paris Fields and Clifton Murdock’s 314 Main Street property has all the details of a historic...

Helicopter Noise Bill Would Set 1500-ft Limit

http://www.youtube.com/v/hlf-y75zfJU&hl=en&fs=1 By Karl Grossman Suffolk Legislator Edward P. Romaine has drafted a bill under which Suffolk County would establish a minimum altitude at which helicopters could...

No Super Saturday For Sagaponack

Sagaponack Village trustees are quickly learning much of their municipal business will be deciding who is allowed to use their idyllic community for special...

Houses Green By October

The word of the evening at Southampton Town Hall on Tuesday was “tweak,” as the town board decided to incorporate energy conservation standards into...

Dozens of Properties for Housing

The Town of Southampton currently has 46 residential properties donated from Suffolk County to be utilized for affordable housing. Some of the parcels are...

A Penny Saved and A Department Too

It’s been a tumultuous month for Larry Penny and the East Hampton Town Natural Resources Department. When news spread that the town was favoring...

Developer Offers To Buy Church For Village

Would the Village of Sag Harbor be interested in having the site of the former United Methodist Church purchased for a community center or...

Megnas Hope Biz Stays In Harbor

Mariann Megna’s family lived in Sag Harbor for 40 years. Her son attends school in the Sag Harbor School District and she and her...

East End Digest – July 24

Bob Posillico of CPG Construction has been appointed to the board of directors for the Long Island 9/11 Memorial. The Westhampton Beach resident has...

East End Digest – July 17

Sag Harbor: A Legal Education Twenty East End lawyers and 10 Suffolk County District Attorneys gathered at The American Hotel on Friday for a seminar...

Bulova Hurdles Slipping Away

Barring a dramatic turn of events, after several critical votes were made by the zoning board of appeals in favor of the condo project...

Code Gains Footing At Weekend Forum

The proposed revisions to the Village of Sag Harbor’s zoning code has not been without controversy, as business and building owners alike have crowded...

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In this week’s edition of 27Speaks, the editors look back on a virtual Express Sessions event held on October 14 in which East End employers discussed the trials they are facing hiring and retaining employees post-pandemic.

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Bridgehampton School Celebrates Community, New Addition

A throng of children, parents, teachers, and curious community members descended on the back field of the Bridgehampton School on Saturday, October 16, to celebrate the start of the new school year and the completion of the district’s major $29 million expansion project.