The vast majority of East Hampton residents say that their cellular service both at home and when they are out and about is terrible, and that improving it is their number one concern over other considerations like visual impacts of cell towers and health concerns, according to responses to a survey conducted last month by consultants for East Hampton Town. About 80 percent of residents judged their cellular coverage to be either â€śpoorâ€ť or â€śnon-existentâ€ť in the town, the consultants told members of the East Hampton Town Board on Tuesday. About the same number said that rely on their mobile ... by Michael Wright
Billionaire businessman Ronald Lauder has given East Hampton Town a 60-foot-wide scenic easement across the length of the property he owns at the south end of Wainscott Pond, preserving the views across the parcel to the ocean and preventing any future installation of hardened seawalls. The easement donation comes as representatives for Mr. Lauder prepare to build a small house at the western end of the property, replacing one that was smashed to pieces by the sea during Superstorm Sandy. The town Zoning Board of Appeals approved the construction of the new 1,281-square-foot house in the spring after Mr. Lauderâ€™s ... by Michael Wright
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