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  • Members of the East Hampton Group for Wildlife renewed their call to ban hunting one day each weekend when the East Hampton Town Board met last Thursday.
  • The East Hampton Town Trustees voted on Monday to change the lease terms of trustee-owned land at Lazy Point significantly. Six trustees voted for the change, two abstained, and one recused himself.
  • Ray Hartjen, a founding member of the East End Classic Boat Society, was honored last Thursday by the East Hampton Town Board, which cited his “many contributions and ongoing commitment to the community.”
  • A revised schedule for the East Hampton Village to Springs route of the shuttle service launched last month in conjunction with the expanded Long Island Rail Road service was announced yesterday.
  • In a tersely worded statement issued Tuesday afternoon, the East Hampton Town Republican Committee announced that it had been unable to persuade G.O.P. county leadership to let candidates who are not registered Republicans appear on the party’s line in the Nov. 5 election.
  • Representatives of Tesla Motors and a company with which it has partnered presented a refined proposal to install an array of electric vehicle charging stations in Montauk to the East Hampton Town Board on Tuesday.
  • For the second time this month, members of the East Hampton Town Board have clashed over a proposal to use generators on municipal property to meet peak energy demand.
  • Local environmentalists and legislators remember when the waterways on the East End were in unspoiled condition. On Monday, a standing room-only crowd of more than 100 people turned out for a Southampton forum that proved the now less-than-pristine waterways are a hot-button issue.
  • Dennis Downes has joined the Adam Miller Group, a Bridgehampton law firm that focuses on real estate, land use, and criminal law. The firm, founded in 2007, advises and represents clients on acquisitions, sales, leasing, planning, zoning, and financing of residential and commercial real estate.
  • No one to run for East Hampton Town Supervisor on G.O.P. ticket; Party's two candidates for town board are also struck from the ballot.

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