Category | Government

Despite February Dip, CPF Continues to Climb

Posted on 25 March 2015

The Peconic Bay Community Preservation Fund, which earlier this year surpassed more than $1 billion in revenue since its inception in 1999, continues to see robust revenues, according to state Assemblyman Fred. W. Thiele Jr.

Page Tangles With Sag Harbor Planning Board Again

Posted on 25 March 2015

The uneasy cease-fire in the battle between Page at 63 Main and Sag Harbor Village officials over the restaurant’s expansion efforts ended when the village planning board again took up the application on Tuesday, March 24.

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Bridgehampton CAC Review Deer Management, Water Quality Programs

Posted on 25 March 2015

Two guest speakers took up a large portion of the Bridgehampton Citizens Advisory Committee meeting on Monday, March 23, explaining issues and answering questions about two of the biggest concerns on the East End: water quality and deer population.

Southampton Town Names First Female Lieutenant

Posted on 25 March 2015

Just over a month after filing a sexual discrimination suit against Southampton Town, Susan Ralph became the town’s first-ever female police lieutenant when she was promoted from sergeant by the town board during a swearing-in ceremony on Tuesday, March 24.

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Tensions Soar at East Hampton Airport Hearing as Critics and Supporters Air Their Views

Posted on 19 March 2015

Since proposed flight restrictions at East Hampton Airport were unveiled last month, many members of the local aviation community have argued the laws will surely result in increased taxes and the eventual closure of the airport.

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Wait Continues for Harbor Market

Posted on 18 March 2015

Wrangling over the Harbor Market & Kitchen, whose owners, Paul and Susana Del Favero, have hoped to open in the former Espresso market this spring, continued before the Sag Harbor Village Board this week with little hope for a quick solution.

ZBA Says Main Street Rebuild Okay

Posted on 18 March 2015

Earlier this year, when contractors tore down much of a house at 295 Main Street, Sag Harbor building inspector Tom Preiato was quick to issue a stop-work order.

East Hampton Town Board Mulls Plans For Underused Properties

Posted on 18 March 2015

The East Hampton Town property management committee announced on Tuesday what it thinks should become of several underused town-owned buildings and plots of land.

Bishop Joins St. Joseph’s College

Posted on 18 March 2015

Former U.S. Representative Tim Bishop has been named to the position of distinguished professor of civic engagement and public service at the Long Island campus of St. Joseph’s College in Patchogue.

Tensions Soar Over Proposed Airport Restrictions In East Hampton

Posted on 12 March 2015

Tensions soared on Thursday evening, as two sides battled it out during a public hearing on four proposed laws designed to curb the noise problem at East Hampton Airport.

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