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The first will be Tuesday, September 23, at 10 a.m. at the Emergency Services Building on Cedar Street in East Hampton Village. The second will be held during a regularly scheduled Town Board work session, on Tuesday, October 14, at 10 a.m. at the Montauk firehouse.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will present the final details of their downtown Montauk beach stabilization project at a meeting on Thursday, Sept. 25 at noon at the Montauk firehouse.
Lars Svanberg and Scott Bradley, principals of East Deck, the limited liability company that owns the property where the East Deck Motel on Ditch Plains Beach in Montauk, announced Friday that they have requested an adjournment to the East Hampton planning department meeting next Wednesday Sept.
Earlier this week, I attended the New York premiere of "Food Forward", a 13-episode, half-hour PBS series debuting this month. Born out of a 2007 Buenos Airespoker game, the series features "food rebels" in move than 50 communities across the country.Producer and director Greg Roden said the goal was to "pick up the conversation where "Food Inc" and "Fast Food Nation" left off" andcreate something that was missing from the Food Network and Discovery channels.
Starting this month, South Fork students will have access to a greater array of mental health offerings than ever before. Besides an initiative to fund the hiring of a full-time social worker and an as-needed child and adolescent psychiatrist, earlier this summer, East Hampton High School received a large, anonymous donation that will help pay for psychiatric evaluations and counseling services.
Police were called on Sept. 3 to 51 The Circle by the building's manager, who said that an ex-tenant had "gone into the basement and was turning off the electrical panel-box switches."
East Hampton Town police picked up a taxi driver in Shirley early last Thursday and gave him a ride to Wainscott police headquarters, from which he ultimately was sent to county jail. The police made the trip after learning that Mr. Williams had been arrested by Suffolk County police on an unrelated charge last week.
A location manager for the Showtime TV program, "The Affair," which is set in these parts and is completing the filming of episodes for its first season, got a decidedly better reception this week than the last time he spoke to the East Hampton Town Board seeking a permit for a film shoot during the height of the season. Andrew Poppoon reviewed plans for filming in Amagansett and Montauk on Monday through Friday at a town board meeting on Tuesday, and board members agreed to issue a film permit.
A show of hands at a Montauk Citizens Advisory Committee meeting Monday indicated support for a detailed environmental analysis of a proposed redevelopment of the former East Deck Motel at Ditch Plain. For over two hours on Monday, the Montauk Citizens Advisory Committee and a slew of other residents went over the problems that have dominated conversation here this summer, mentioning the "horror" of taxicabs and the need for code enforcement.
What is now an open driveway behind the former East Deck Motel in Ditch Plain is to be transformed into a sloping, below-grade parking area, leading to loading docks beneath a new, two-story building behind the existing structures. The first step in what is expected to be a long process of site plan review of a controversial plan to convert the old East Deck Motel at Ditch Plain, Montauk, into a private club is scheduled to begin before the town planning board at East Hampton Town Hall at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday.
Advocates and Anti-bias task force leaders say they are monitoring with caution the recent distribution of KKK ads, shown on Aug. 25, 2014, in Hampton Bays. Advocates and Anti-bias task force leaders say they are monitoring with caution the recent distribution of KKK ads, shown on Aug. 25, 2014, in Hampton Bays.
It's been a quiet week for Celebrity Settings, but a few professional athletes, teen heartthrobs, and power players have stepped out to eat in New York. Jill Abramson and Graydon Carter fueled speculation of a partnership at Monkey Bar; Reggie Bush ate French toast at Jane; and a few lucky stars spent Labor Day weekend in Montauk.
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