State lawmakers last week announced that legislation authorizing a transfer of a portion of Suffolk County parkland to the Town of Southampton had been signed into law by Governor Andrew Cuomo.
According to a press release issued by East Hampton Town officials this week, the number of aircraft operations at the East Hampton Airport increased “noticeably” in 2017.
Deepwater Wind has sought easements from trustees to land its power cable off Beach Lane in Wainscott and one from the town board asking to run the cable under town-owned roads to a power substation off Cove Hollow Road in Wainscott.
If Tony Lawless could get the zoning change he needs at Cromer’s Country Market just based on people’s endorsements of his charitable works and excellent sandwiches, he would probably already have it.
Southampton Town will perform emergency repairs on Noyac Road at the Trout Pond culvert next week, and town highway superintendent Alex Gregor has requested drivers try to avoid the area, particularly on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Even though Noyac and Northwest area residents say they are hearing far more helicopter noise than usual recently, “There have been no official cancellations of any routes — including the Sierra route.”
The Town Trustees in East Hampton will continue to debate the potential landing of a wind farm cable in Wainscott next week.
A discussion about whether or not to amend the North Haven Village Code to allow boaters to spend up to three days living on a boat in the village’s two mooring fields prompted two residents to complain to the Village Board on Tuesday.
Cromer’s Country Market has petitioned Southampton Town for a change of zoning to legalize parking on what is technically a residential lot behind the Noyac Road store, and the Southampton Town Board has scheduled an August 14 public hearing on the matter.
On Monday, East Hampton Town Director of Natural Resources Kim Shaw announced the town has installed energy saving lighting fixtures and smart thermostats in town buildings in an ongoing effort to reduce energy consumption.
In the works for two years, East Hampton Town’s five ongoing hamlet studies and associated business study are ready for public review and will be presented one at a time at public hearings before the Town Board beginning next month.
A notice of claim was filed against the Town of Southampton and Southampton Town Supervisor Jay Schneiderman on July 25 in State Supreme Court by the Sand Land Corporation
After a Southampton woman complained that traffic control officers were harassing people at Sagg Main Beach, Supervisor Jay Schneiderman headed over himself to check out the scene this Monday. Like a number of others, he left with a parking ticket himself.
Sag Harbor’s Board of Historic Preservation and Architectural Review on Thursday told developer Jay Bialsky and architect Dave Harvey they would likely face an uphill battle for their proposed town house complex at 2 West Water Street.
Helicopter noise has ramped up over Noyac and Northwest Woods, according to some residents, ever since the tower chief at East Hampton Airport announced on July 20 he would no longer allow helicopter arrivals and departures via the Sierra noise abatement route.