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  • The settlement was invalid because the town board did not vote on a resolution authorizing it before it was finalized, according to a statement from the town on Friday.
  • The East Hampton Town Republican Committee’s choice for town supervisor, Richard Myers, has declined to run, according to an announcement this week from the chairman of the committee.
  • Perry Gershon, an East Hampton resident who narrowly lost a race to unseat Lee Zeldin to represent New York’s First Congressional District in November, wants another chance to defeat the third-term Republican.
  • “I think this issue about coastal adaptation is going to take some time to work through,” Supervisor Peter Van Scoyoc said.
  • A plan to extend the terms of leases to land at Lazy Point in Amagansett, where residents own their houses but rent the land beneath from the East Hampton Town Trustees, hit a roadblock during a public hearing on Monday.
  • Most of East Hampton Town’s waters were of a high quality and supportive of fisheries in 2018, the town trustees were told on Monday, and some sites that the D.E.C. has closed to shellfishing can be opened.
  • The Surf Lodge, a Montauk restaurant and bar that sits directly on Fort Pond and was originally developed before the Town of East Hampton instituted a zoning code, is upgrading its septic system.
  • Was it fate that sent a reporter who had awoken to sharp lower back pain, and nagging worry about car trouble, to Hamptons Float in Water Mill?
  • Nearly 40 local musicians and owners of music venues told the East Hampton Town Board Thursday that proposed amendments to the town code governing music entertainment permits are draconian and mean-spirited, but Supervisor Peter Van Scoyoc said many of their concerns "may not be founded."
  • The Venerable Tenzin Yignyen, a Buddhist monk and professor, has returned to the Ross School in East Hampton for a weeklong visit to share the message of compassion.

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