More Lights For East Hampton Crosswalks - 27 East

More Lights For East Hampton Crosswalks

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Roasted eggplant.  JANEEN SARLIN

Roasted eggplant. JANEEN SARLIN

Lisa Bowen showing her personal garden to Violet Cause. ALEXANDRA TALTY

Lisa Bowen showing her personal garden to Violet Cause. ALEXANDRA TALTY

Indigenous trees are part of an initiative to bring back native species. These trees were donated by the Long Island Plant Initiative. ALEXANDRA TALTY

Indigenous trees are part of an initiative to bring back native species. These trees were donated by the Long Island Plant Initiative. ALEXANDRA TALTY

Prudence Carabine in front of the East Hampton Historical Farm Museum and site of the dig, during a recent fundraising brunch. ALEXANDRA TALTY

Prudence Carabine in front of the East Hampton Historical Farm Museum and site of the dig, during a recent fundraising brunch. ALEXANDRA TALTY

author on May 7, 2013
A smart" crosswalk is headed to Newtown Lane in East Hampton Village. Pedestrians will be able to press a button to activate lights warning drivers that they're about to cross... more

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