Overton, Burke-Gonzalez Clinch East Hampton Town Board Seats; Stanzione Ousted
Amy Zerner's artistic couture.
October 9: Despite an overcast sky and a chill in the air, the East Hampton Town Trustees Largest Clam Contest drew a large crowd of hungry spectators to the Donald Lamb Building in Amagansett. Lanny Rost was one of the clam judges. Below, the overall winner, with the largest clam weighing in at 2 pounds 4 ounces, was Edward Hoff Jr. The champ was crowned
The den of a home on Main Street in Westhampton Beach. MICHELLE TRAURING
Inside the Fedun garden on Old Country Road. MICHELLE TRAURING
September 26: Army Specialist Andrew Kuroski enjoys plenty of hugs and smiles after returning to his hometown of East Quogue on Saturday following a nine-month deployment to Afghanistan. September 26:
Nice front page photo that goes with a story: Army Specialist Andrew Kuroski enjoys plenty of hugs and smiles after returning to his hometown of East Quogue on Saturday following a nine-month deployment to Afghanistan.
Colleen Reynolds on Nov 5, 2013
East Hampton Town voters on Tuesday ushered in a change on the Town Board, propelling Fred Overton and Kathee Burke-Gonzalez to victory over former Councilman Job Potter and incumbent Dominick... more
By Peter Boody The East Hampton Town Board heard praise last week for its proposal to make payments up front for private septic system upgrades instead of granting rebates after the fact. The board did not, however, vote on the plan — so it remains in the tweaking phase. With nitrogen pollution from conventional and old, often failing septic systems reaching East End bays and ponds through groundwater flows, town and village boards around the Peconic Bay Estuary have been adopting legislation to require and encourage “innovative-alternative,” or I/A, septic systems that actively reduce the nitrogen content of their septic ... by Peter Boody
Suffolk County and the Group for the East End have partnered in a new effort to boost participation in the septic replacement incentive programs offered by the county and East End towns. The Group and the county have launched a new website, cleanwatercash.org, that offers detailed information about the low-nitrogen septic systems the county allows to be installed and the programs through which residents can have most or all of the costs covered through grant funding. The site contains a link to a full list of quotes of purchase and installation costs for all the advanced treatment systems now available ... 3 Dec 2019 by Michael Wright