Category | Government

FAA Might Support Temporary Restraining Order Against East Hampton Airport

Posted on 06 May 2015

As expected, East Hampton Town’s adoption of new regulations aimed at curbing noise complaints at East Hampton Airport has been met with a lawsuit from members of the aviation industry, but this week advocates for quiet skies said they were taken by surprise when they heard the Federal Aviation Administration planned to support their opponents’ bid for a temporary restraining order.

Residents Will Get Chance to Comment on Noyac Road Redesign Next Month

Posted on 29 April 2015

Residents who are unhappy with changes to the traffic pattern in front of Cromer’s Market on Noyac Road in Noyac will have the opportunity to air their grievances to the Southampton Town Board and Highway Superintendent Alex Gregor next month, Councilwoman Bridget Fleming announced on Tuesday.

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Bridgehampton CAC Weighs In On Konner Project

Posted on 29 April 2015

Members of the Bridgehampton Citizens Advisory Committee on Monday weighed in on aspects of the proposed development at the gateway to Bridgehampton across the street from the Bridgehampton Commons shopping center.

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Two Trustees Announce They’ll Run for Sag Harbor Mayor

Posted on 22 April 2015

Sag Harbor Village voters will elect both a new mayor and a new village justice when they go to the polls on June 16.

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Hearings on House and Market Tie Up Sag Harbor ZBA

Posted on 22 April 2015

A pair of nettlesome applications, one for the Harbor Market & Kitchen, the other for Evan DiPaulo’s quest to build a house on Jefferson Street, both of which have exercised their neighbors, kept the Sag Harbor Village Zoning Board of Appeals busy on Tuesday, April 21.

Town Boards Eye Affordable Housing Opportunities

Posted on 22 April 2015

Last year a Georgica estate sold for $147 million, giving East Hampton the distinction of having the most expensive single-family house in the country. This year, Southampton’s Coopers Neck Lane was named the 11th-priciest street in America. But as the local real estate market continues to boom, governments in both towns are having to address another issue: the dire need for affordable housing.

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Food Truck Permits 86’ed

Posted on 22 April 2015

Food truck operators in East Hampton Town are still waiting to find out what beaches they will call home for the next three seasons because the town’s Purchasing Department decided last week to reject all bids and redo the entire process after a large number of mistakes were found on the application forms.

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Southampton Town Board Takes a Look At Konner Plans

Posted on 22 April 2015

Last week, members of the Southampton Town Board took a fresh look at a proposed Planned Development District in Bridgehampton for the first time since plans resurfaced six months ago.

East Hampton Town Board Adopts Airport Restrictions, Aviation Industry Files Suit

Posted on 21 April 2015

As it promised to do, the East Hampton Town Board on Thursday, April 16, adopted three laws restricting traffic at the East Hampton Airport, in what many consider to be the first real attempt in 20 years to muffle the noise from aircraft landing and taking off.

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East Hampton Town Board Adopts Airport Restrictions

Posted on 16 April 2015

The East Hampton Town Board on Thursday night voted to adopt restrictions on traffic in and out of the East Hampton Airport, what many consider to be the first real attempt to muffle the noise in twenty years.

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