As it had indicated earlier this month, Deepwater Wind has submitted an application to the New York State Public Service Commission for the portion of its proposed South Fork Wind Farm’s transmission cable that would lie in state waters and underground on a path from its landing to the Long Island Power Authority substation in East Hampton.
A 90-day moratorium on installing deer fences was adopted by the Sagaponack Village Board following a public hearing on Monday. The moratorium will allow the board “breathing space to update our current code,” according to Mayor Donald Louchheim.
Rian J. O’Dwyer, 22, of East Hampton was behind the wheel of a 2013 Toyota Tundra traveling on Route 114 near Whooping Hollow Road on Sept. 9 at about 3:40 a.m. when East Hampton Town police said they noticed the left taillight was out. Police said the driver was speeding, had an obstructed view, and that he failed to signal a right turn.
An East Hampton attorney who pleaded guilty in April to stealing more than $750,000 from a co-worker and two clients of Bainton Lynch, a now defunct East Hampton law firm of which he was a partner, was sentenced on Tuesday to the eight charges he was facing, including grand larceny and identity theft.
When Josip Kostovic of Seaford came off the beach on Saturday morning, he found potato chips strewn all over his vehicle, which was parked near the Sloppy Tuna on South Emerson Avenue. He had last seen his 2000 GMC the day before at 2:20 p.m., and, he said, there had been no potato chips on it.
Not only did the Sept. 13 Democratic Party primary formalize East Hampton Town Councilman David Lys as the party's nominee in the Nov. 6 general election, registered Democrats also had a choice of candidates for the town's Democratic Committee, including a number identifying as Reform Democrats.
Concerned Citizens of Montauk on Friday confirmed a new bloom of cyanobacteria, or blue-green algae, in the northern part of Montauk's Fort Pond, and has urged people to avoid contact with the water and to keep their pets away from the water "due to potential health concerns."
It wasn’t long after the earthmoving equipment began digging a trench into Windsor Lane in Wainscott, commencing a months-long effort to install approximately 45,000 feet of water main in the hamlet, that reports of sticker shock began circulating.