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    Tropical Storm Isaias Forecast to Bring Winds, Rain to EH on Tuesday

    Town residents are advised to prepare for storm-force winds and rain as Tropical storm Isaias is forecast to move through the area on Tuesday Read on...
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    Summer Crowds Reaching Capacity at EH Town Beaches

    Expect beach closures on busy summer days as popular ocean beaches reach capacity. NYS 50-percent capacity limit still in place; Sales of nonresident beach parking permits remain suspended Additional Info...
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    Town Participates in Peak Savers Load Relief Program During Heat Wave

    Program helps alleviate need for PSEG to run additional diesel-powered, polluting "peaker plants" to meet energy demand until more renewable energy sources are online; Town is compensated for taking certain town buildings off the grid Additional Info...
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    COVID-19 Testing Sites

    Diagnostic Testing and Antibody Testing for COVID-19 is Available at Several Locations on the East End Additional Info...
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    New Regs Issued by Gov. Cuomo, State Liquor Authority on Serving Alcohol

    EH Town Supervisor Peter Van Scoyoc issues letter to EH bars and restaurants to make them aware of new regulations restricting alcohol sales; may only be served with substantial food orders Additional Info...
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    Town Continues to Provide Services to Residents While Office Buildings Remain Closed to Visitors

    Those seeking recycling permits and resident beach parking permits may apply to the Town Clerk by mail and using a Drop Box outside Town Hall for documents; Nonresident beach parking permits remain unavailable due to state beach occupancy restrictions How to Apply for Town Permits
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    Water Conservation Urged as Demand Peaks

    Suffolk County Water Authority sees unprecedented water demand; asks customers to conserve by adjusting irrigation hours, water on odd/even days, institute other water-saving measures and devices Read on...
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    Town Acts in Support of Fitness, Exercise Businesses Impacted by Pandemic Shutdown

    While indoor exercise business can not yet resume, Supervisor Van Scoyoc has signed an executive order that will clear the way for studios lacking outdoor space to receive permits to hold outdoor, socially distanced classes on another commercial lot Read On...
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    Town Of East Hampton Public Hearing Transcripts Currently Available

    The Town of East Hampton has posted all public hearing transcripts for review and comment on the Town website. Persons interested in reviewing transcripts and commenting are directed to: https://ehamptonny.gov/DocumentCenter/Index/359 Read on...
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    EH Enforcement, State Liquor Authority Visit Montauk Businesses; Find Few Problems

    July10 Weekend Compliance with Town, state codes, SLA regs, and COVID-19 safety requirements was good; No problems found at two bar/restaurants previously cited Read the Press Release
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    EH Town Enforcement Team Visits Montauk Businesses During Holiday Weekend

    July 4 inspections for restaurant/bar compliance with Gov. Cuomo's COVID-19 health and safety orders results in arrest of three in Montauk for alleged violations of liquor authority regs; Photos, videos of crowds referred to state for investigation Additional Info...
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    Amagansett Public Restroom Gets Low-Nitrogen Septic System

    Environment-friendly innovative/alternative septic system installed by EH Town at Amagansett restroom will reduce discharge of harmful nitrogen by 80 percent; First of several septic upgrades planned by Town Additional Info...
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    Town Sues to Stop Sand Mine Expansion

    East Hampton Town files lawsuit challenging a state mining permit issued by the NYS DEC; Would greenlight expansion of a Middle Highway mine over town's objections, allow digging 100 feet into groundwater Additional Info...
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    Indoor Dining at Reduced Capacity Resumes as LI Enters Phase Three of Reopening

    Town provides information, assistance to restaurants as NYS allows restaurants to offer indoor dining at 50-percent capacity, as of June 24; Outdoor tables may remain as long as eatery does not exceed maximum occupancy both indoors and out Read the Town's June 24 Memo to Restaurants
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    Seeking Water Quality Project Grant Applications

    Funding from EH Town's Community Preservation Fund water protection program is available for projects that can improve water quality; Applications may be submitted through August 20 Additional Info...
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