Subdivision On Planning Agenda

The East Hampton Town Planning Board will hold two hearings at Town Hall on Wednesday night. The first, starting at 7, will consider the site plan application of Marc Rowan, the owner of Arbor Restaurant on Fort Pond Road in Montauk, just east of the train station. Mr. Rowan wants to add two outdoor patios to the restaurant, totaling 600 square feet, one of which would contain a round service bar, as well as a 400-square-foot arbor.

 The second hearing is for a planned subdivision of a 22.4-acre site on Montauk Highway in East Hampton called Pantigo Hill. The vacant parcel, to the east of Town Hall, runs from the highway to the Long Island Rail Road tracks. The subdivision would result in four buildable lots, varying in size from 98,324 square feet to 143,735 square feet, plus 11 acres of wooded reserved land, most of it fronting on the railroad’s right of way and the balance on Montauk Highway.