New Coalition Formed Supporting Use Of Community Preservation Funds For Water Quality Issues - 27 East

New Coalition Formed Supporting Use Of Community Preservation Funds For Water Quality Issues

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Tuckahoe students made bowls and spoons for an upcoming fundraiser to raise awareness that there are hungry people in the community. BY ERIN MCKINLEY

Tuckahoe students made bowls and spoons for an upcoming fundraiser to raise awareness that there are hungry people in the community. BY ERIN MCKINLEY

Tyler Hansen slides into second base and beats the tag. DANIELA DETORE

Tyler Hansen slides into second base and beats the tag. DANIELA DETORE

John and Joann Barbella. MICHELLE TRAURING

John and Joann Barbella. MICHELLE TRAURING

Autumn Street, 18, a Bridgehampton senior, helps John Reilly, a social studies teacher, decorate for prom. AMANDA BERNOCCO

Autumn Street, 18, a Bridgehampton senior, helps John Reilly, a social studies teacher, decorate for prom. AMANDA BERNOCCO

Tuckahoe Superintendent Chris Dyer at the meeting to discuss a potential regional high school. BY ERIN MCKINLEY

Tuckahoe Superintendent Chris Dyer at the meeting to discuss a potential regional high school. BY ERIN MCKINLEY

Graduating seniors Jose Gonzalez, left, Michelle Gonzalez, Alex Grun, Erika Gulija, and Allison Rose O'Connor before the ceremony on Friday night. By Erin McKinley

Graduating seniors Jose Gonzalez, left, Michelle Gonzalez, Alex Grun, Erika Gulija, and Allison Rose O'Connor before the ceremony on Friday night. By Erin McKinley

Members of the Tuckahoe student council traveled to Human Resources of the Hamptons on Friday to donate food and clothes on behalf of the Tuckahoe School. BY ERIN MCKINLEY

Members of the Tuckahoe student council traveled to Human Resources of the Hamptons on Friday to donate food and clothes on behalf of the Tuckahoe School. BY ERIN MCKINLEY

Ludlam Avenue Park in Riverside was the original proposed location to construct a new building for Children's Museum of the East End programming. ANISAH ABDULLAH

Ludlam Avenue Park in Riverside was the original proposed location to construct a new building for Children's Museum of the East End programming. ANISAH ABDULLAH

author on Sep 8, 2016
Nearly four dozen East End environmental, civic and business groups are teaming up to help spread the word—and drum up public support—for a proposition appearing on November’s ballot that seeks... more

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