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08/20/14 10:00am
AMBROSE CLANCY PHOTO | The Town Board in work session Tuesday. From left, Councilwoman Chris Lewis, Councilman Paul Shepherd, Supervisor Jim Dougherty and Councilman Peter Reich. Present but not shown in the photo is Councilman Ed Brown.

AMBROSE CLANCY PHOTO | The Town Board in work session Tuesday. From left, Councilwoman Chris Lewis, Councilman Paul Shepherd, Supervisor Jim Dougherty and Councilman Peter Reich. Present but not shown in the photo is Councilman Ed Brown.

At Tuesday’s Town Board work session the board discussed issuing a notice to the owners of 61 North Menantic for an unsafe outbuilding on the property. (more…)

08/18/14 2:02pm

 

REPORTER FILE PHOTO|  Because of public response on excessive aircraft noise, the East Hampton Town Board is calling for a special meeting for Wednesday, August  27.

REPORTER FILE PHOTO|
Because of public response on excessive aircraft noise, the East Hampton Town Board is calling for a special meeting for Wednesday, August 27.

The hundreds of East End residents planning to protest helicopter noise during the East Hampton Town Board’s next regular meeting on Thursday are being asked to wait another week to voice their concerns. (more…)

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08/15/14 8:00am

 

JULIE LANE PHOTO | Dr. Annthonette Desire has worked out a lease deal with the town.

JULIE LANE PHOTO |
Dr. Anthonette Desire has worked out a lease deal with the town.

Dr. Anthonette Desire told the Town Board at its work session Tuesday that since she started practicing medicine at the town’s Medical Center in June, she’s been asked two questions by nearly everyone she’s met.

“‘How do you like Shelter Island?’ And, ‘Are you going to stay?’” the doctor said. (more…)

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08/13/14 12:30pm
PETER REICH PHOTO | Kathleen Cunningham of the Quiet Skies Coalition  standing at right, addressing a packed Town Hall meeting room yesterday.

PETER REICH PHOTO | Kathleen Cunningham of the Quiet Skies Coalition, standing at right, addressing a packed Town Hall meeting room yesterday.

Residents from three East End communities voted with their feet on Monday and Tuesday when more than 500 people attended three public meetings to stop low flying aircraft from buzzing their homes. (more…)