Government

A pile of garbage, including mylar balloons, is not a rare sight on East Hampton Town beaches. Jane Bimson

The Southampton Town Planning Board approved a 17,000-square-foot addition to the rear of the building that houses T.J. Maxx for a new Marshalls store. Durell Godfrey

Jeff Bragman laments “the almost supine reaction” of the town in the Duryea’s deal
The Town of East Hampton and Marc Rowan, the billionaire co-founder of the private equity firm Apollo Global Management who bought Perry B. Duryea & Son Inc., the wholesale-retail fish market with dining on Fort Pond Bay in Montauk, have settled a lawsuit. Durell Godfrey

PSEG's current Montauk substation on Industrial Road Doug Kuntz

No one is happy with E.P.A. on drinking water


One offshore turbine proposal would be big enough to power a million homes

Pleas for delay of any beach retreat plan
Laura Tooman, president of Concerned Citizens of Montauk, was among a minority of speakers voicing support for the Montauk hamlet study on Tuesday. Christopher Walsh

East Hampton Town residents will be able to grow oysters in a portion of Napeague Harbor, in a program run by the town shellfish hatchery. David E. Rattray

Orsted’s wind farm gets New England partner
The newly merged company behind the South Fork Wind Farm continues to favor an underground cable route through Wainscott, despite community opposition.