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  • East Hampton Town, having made its bed as far as overdevelopment of Montauk is concerned, will now have to sleep in it.
  • According to The Los Angeles Times, in the two-plus years that recreational marijuana use was made broadly legal, an expected tax windfall has not materialized.
  • The prices below have been calculated from the county transfer tax. Unless otherwise noted, the parcels contain structures.
  • A talk, reception, and benefit with Enzo Enea will be held on April 4 in Manhattan.
  • Two men got into an argument on Sunday morning that led to a physical altercation with another man after a party at a house on Muir Boulevard.
  • A community day at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill on Sunday will include art workshops and tours, scavenger hunts, readings for children, a drum circle, and refreshments.
  • Laura Anne Krupinski, a former model, jewelry designer, and interior decorator, died after being found unresponsive on Feb. 25, at a motel in Hampton Bays where she had been living.
  • Edwin Lewis Geus, an East Hampton resident for the past 50 years, died on Feb. 25 in Burlingame, Calif. He was 80 and had been ill with multiple myeloma for nine years.
  • Alice Recktenwald died of complications of chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder at home in East Hampton on Saturday, with her family around her.
  • When Amy Sheree Parker was a child, she loved floral design and singing in the choir at Calvary Baptist Church in East Hampton, where her mother, Queen Davis-Parks, served as a deacon.

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  • As part of a reading initiative at the John M. Marshall Elementary School, the goal was for students to read for one million minutes over the course of the school year.
  • Alzheimer’s disease and dementia will be the focus of the Bridgehampton Child Care and Recreational Center’s Thinking Forward Lecture Series on Thursday.
  • A new class has been announced at LTV Studios on Industrial Road in Wainscott, iDoc 101, all about making documentaries using a smartphone. Part of LTV’s intention is to show people the tools to help the station reach a 1,000-story goal for broadcast.

    Two sessions are offered free of charge. The first begins on Saturday at 10 a.m. and continues on April 27 and May 4. The second starts on Tuesday and continues on April 30 and May 7 at 6 p.m.

    An hour’s tour and introduction to producing at the LTV workshop will next be offered on April 30, also at 6 p.m. Space is limited, and registration has been asked at ellen@ltveh.org.

    The next LTV creative salon will be held on May 3 at 6:45 p.m. 

  • Would you know what to do in the event of an active shooter? Southampton Town Police Lt. Todd Spencer will demonstrate how to protect yourself in a free workshop at the Hampton Library in Bridgehampton on April 27.
  • Those traveling west this week will have to deal with lane closures on the westbound side of the Long Island Expressway.
  • The Hampton Ballet Theatre School’s spring production this weekend at Guild Hall will feature selections from three ballets performed by students ranging in age from 3 to 18.
  • Online scams and how to spot them will be covered at the East Hampton Library on Tuesday at 3:30 p.m.
  • A benefit party for the Hampton Lifeguard Association will be held on Saturday at Harbor Bistro at 313 Three Mile Harbor Road in East Hampton from 7 to 11 p.m. It will feature music by Josh Brussell, a cash bar, food, and auctions with travel packages, gift baskets, restaurant gift certificates, spa treatments, and more. Tickets are $35 per person or $50 a couple and are available from Amy Forst at amy@forstconstruction.com.

    The association supports lifeguard training programs and tournaments, competition, the junior lifeguard program, the volunteer ocean rescue squad, the Y.M.C.A. East Hampton Hurricane Swim Club, and in-school swim programs.

  • Those with questions about recycling can take them to the Hampton Bays Community Center on Monday for a public forum organized by the League of Women Voters of the Hamptons. Curious about whether cereal boxes go with corrugated cardboard or paper? Or how co-mingled items are separated and sold?

    “Recycling 101: With or Without a Carter” will go over the recycling process in the Town of Southampton with Christine Fetten, the town’s director of municipal works, who oversees both sustainability and waste management, and Joe Glorioso, a member of the town’s sustainable Southampton green advisory committee.

  • Grain Surfboards on Indian Wells Highway will host a Surfrider core volunteer training session on Monday evening from 6:30 to 8:30.