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Sag Harbor Shares The Love Of Katy By Emily Toy

This Saturday, runners, walkers and spectators of all ages will gather on Water Street in Sag Harbor for the second annual Katy’s Courage 5K, honoring the memory of 12-year-old Katy Stewart, who lost her battle with cancer in December of 2010. Katy’s Courage is a not-for-profit organization created in Stewart’s memory and dedicated to education, pediatric cancer research and childhood bereavement.

The race, slated to start at 8:30 AM, has in the past featured thousands of people from all across the East End running in honor and celebration of the generous, courageous, young girl. Stewart, who was born in Southampton Hospital and was a life-long Sag Harbor resident, battled Hepatoblastoma, a rare form of liver cancer, for nearly two years. She attended Sag Harbor Elementary School and Pierson Middle School where she was admired by many teachers and friends.

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The idea of the race was the brainchild of Tom Donahue, a friend of the family whose daughter was one of Katy’s best friends. “I just wanted to help out,” he said. “Last year there was a strong emotional connection. This is the second year, so I’m hoping for an equally strong turnout.” This year, in addition to the 5K, Bay Street Theatre hosted “Classical Students for Katy’s Courage Fund,” a benefit concert, on Sunday afternoon. Sag Harbor Elementary teacher David Fox emceed the event, which featured local students performing classical music to an audience of nearly 75 people. Donations were collected at the door. “I had Katy as a student,” Fox said in his introduction. “So this concert is extra special.” Registration and check-in for the

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Continuing The Independent’s coverage of changing main streets on the East End, we move to the Village of Sag Harbor, where a variety of new local businesses are opening and some are getting a facelift. Everything from restaurants and bakeries to antique shops and clothing stores are sprouting up in the home of the whalers, with each one diligently preparing for the quickly approaching summer season. Starting on Division Street, which runs parallel to Main Street, is the only bakery in town, The Sag Harbor Baking Company. Sag Harbor natives, owners and operators Mimi Yardley and Margaret Wagner started up their business in December, taking their building over from the previous owners, who ran it as an art studio. “ We’re the only bakery in town and it’s a good location,” Yardley said. “We’re right next to the butcher shop and Cavaniola’s Cheese Shop is right next door, so it’s a nice mix.” The baker y sells freshly made delectables including baguettes, focaccia bread, cakes and muffins as well as organic coffee to fuel the community. Other food venues that are getting a facelift in Sag Harbor include Provisions Cafe, Pepalajefa (the old Ice Cream Club), Page at 63 Main, and Muse in the Harbor. Located on the corner of Division and Bay Streets, Provisions will be expanding their current business

store and cafe, said in an interview on Monday. “We’ve already been before the planning board and expect to begin construction in mid May.” According to Kresberg, construction should be completed by mid June and will include an expansion of the store, featuring more refrigerated items. Moving onto Main Street, Muse in the Harbor has been open for about two months under chef and owner Matthew Guiffrida. Relocating from their previous Water Mill location, Guiffrida and his team have revamped the interior decor, which hasn’t been changed in nearly a decade, to accompany the diverse New American menu. This summer Muse will be open seven days, and is serving brunch on weekends. A threecourse prix fixe is also available and breakfast will be served this summer. Across the Independent / Emily Toy street, Pepalajefa, a new gourmet-to-go and take out shop, is expected this summer. Construction began in January, combining the old Ice Cream Club and Vincenzo’s Pizzeria. Page at 63 Main Street, a restaurant that has been under the same ownership for over 30 years and has been serving locals and visitors

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he said. alike for decades, welcomes a new Construction on Page is set for team that will help out the familycompletion on May 1. run business. Located in the heart of the busiOperator Jared Wawryk said he’s ness district, clothing store Collette excited about a Manhattan-based Designer Consignment is expanding management team coming in to into what used to house Java Nation join him. with another coffee shop, called Sag “I’m thrilled,” he said. “This Town Coffee. The new coffee shop team wants to hire locally and is under construction and is set to use local purveyors for produce, include an espresso bar, a variety of meat and fish.” teas, pastries and salads and soups Wawryk added that the new created off-site. management team, which will Flying Point In the Harbor, a surf include himself, an executive chef and clothing shop on Main Street, and bar and kitchen manager will expanded their operations into the focus on providing lighter food old Bike Hampton. It’s now called with local ingredients. He added Flying Point Surf Boutique In The that under consideration is the adHarbor. dition of a raw bar and walk in wine The new boutique opened in cellar. “It’s a very interesting opFebruary and expanded their fare portunity,” Wawryk said. “It’s good into women’s and to have some children’s clothes young energy “People are raving about and surf acceshere.” it . . . Although it’s a new sories. Gift items Brunch will business, it’s owned and such as loose teas, be served on candles and peroperated by local people Friday, Saturfume are also for day and Sunday from out here, so it has sale. throughout the that element about it.” “ Pe o p l e a r e summer, with raving about it,” the kitchen set said Mark Schiavoni, manager of the to be open from 11 AM to 11 PM. men’s shop next door. “Although it’s Wawryk said a late-night bar menu a new business, it’s owned and operis also planned for the upcoming ated by local people from out here, season. “This is an exciting change,” CONTINUED ON PAGE 41.

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Cuff Code Enforcer By Kitty Merrill

Alfred Tumbarello, 38, of Speonk, who’s been employed as a Southampton Town Code Enforcement Officer for the last five years, was arrested last week, accused of selling drugs. The East End Drug Task Force, which operates under the auspices of Suffolk County District Attorney Tom Spota helmed the investigation. According to the DA’s office, an investigation that spanned several months led to Tumbarello’s arrest. Members of the EEDTF are loath to reveal anything but the most rudimentary details of the arrest of the town employee, who also worked part time as a bartender in Westhampton, as the investigation is ongoing. However, charges filed against Tumbarello – three counts of third degree criminal sale of a controlled ay of substance the season and one count of fourth degree conspiracy – imply he allegedly y, October 10th. sold drugs to undercover cops. one for He’s a great accused of summer! selling cocaine and prescription drugs. County officials said that when he was arrested, officers found a quantity of cocaine and prescription pills on the suspect, as well as cash. Tumbarello was arraigned in Westhampton Justice Court last Thursday morning and released on $1000 bail; prosecutors wanted bail set at $5000. News of the arrest prompted protracted partisan debate on the website 27east. It was noted Tumbarello is a Republican committeeman who also coaches children’s sports. Addition-

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clusion of which the Town makes a permanent determination as to the employment status of the individual. That is the process currently being followed in the case of Mr. Tumberello (sic.)” That’s not quite accurate, town attorney Tiffany Scarlato subsequently advised. She said the suspect had not been suspended as of Monday morning. And, while emphatic that town officials don’t comment on pending disciplinary matters, Scarlato said that in “very general terms,” such matters are handled on a case-by-case basis within the confines of civil service law. Employees charged with crimes are entitled to due process, she pointed out. kmerrill@indyeastend.com

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Ronjo Petition Deemed Invalid By Kitty Merrill

Controversy continued to swirl, even in the face of a determination some might have thought would bring the matter to a close. Last Thursday night East Hampton Town Clerk Fred Overton presented his findings regarding a petition seeking a permissive referendum on the sale of a town–owned alleyway to the owners of the former Ronjo property in Montauk for $35,000. Town Democrats spearheaded the petition drive, seeking to overturn the sale because they feel Supervisor Bill Wilkinson set an arbitrary price and failed to follow proper procedure, including having the property appraised. Citing several technical flaws, such as incomplete addresses for signatories

and witnesses, illegible signatures and failure to include a required clause in the proper form, Overton said the petition was invalid as filed. The contingent of Dems in the audience seemed subdued by the news. But not for long. During the public portion of the town board’s meeting, members of the local committee continued to voice opinions about the sale. Reading a letter from attorney Sam Kramer, Robin Glassman said a resolution calling for an appraisal that was finally adopted just last week was a “political response to a legal mess.” Betty Mazur said the agreement to conduct an appraisal “looks like delayed window dressing,” and local committee chair Jeanne Frankl expressed concern

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that the resolution was adopted to confirm an already decided price using an appraiser from New York City rather than a firm with local experience. John Whelan called for a “fair and clear” policy for dealing with sales, while Rona Klopman complained that Democratic town board members were “pressured” to vote on a last minute, walk on resolution. Klopman claimed local fire officials want the alleyway to remain open for fire fighting purposes. Councilman Dominick Stanzione asked Town Attorney John Jilnicki whether there was anything legally deficient in the process followed by the town board. Receiving an answer that satisfied him, the councilman said, “Then the criticism is political, not legal.”

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Challenge Clerk’s Decision As The Independent went to press yesterday, members of the Democratic committee planned to launch Article 78 proceedings seeking to overturn Overton’s determination. “We think we have a very strong case,” party chair Jeanne Frankl said. She cited three postures that form the basis of the Article 78 suit: the clerk lacks the authority to make the determination; even if he did,the determination was made too late, and the challenges were not warranted by the law. David Buda addressed another aspect of the morass, earning ire from Councilwoman Theresa Quigley. He reported the town planning board’s “fabulously unique” review of the parcel. The planning board, acting after an agreement between the town attorney’s office and the property owners, is analyzing just one portion of the entire hotel site, a basement that was dug without a building permit. The work on the basement, which was the subject of a stop work order earlier this month, continues unfettered as the planning board review proceeds. Buda didn’t get to report any of that, however. Before he could make a point or detail his concern, Quigley interrupted. Claiming she doesn’t want to know about the inner workings of the planning board, the councilwoman said she felt it was inappropriate to discuss the efforts of another “jurisdiction.” Buda tried to explain, but Quigley continued efforts to shut him down. Clearly exorcised, at one point she alluded to audience members who “scream out with no protocol at all.” There was no such screaming discernable either at the meeting or CONTINUED ON PAGE 16.

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Grossman At Canio’s Karl Grossman, a Long Island-based journalist for 50 years, will give a presentation on his decades of experiences at Canio’s Books in Sag Harbor on Saturday, May 12, from 5 to 6 PM. Mr. Grossman will talk about, among other things, his first major journalistic crusade—challenging Robert Moses’ plan to build a highway on Fire Island; exposing plans for oil

drilling offshore Long Island; reporting on political and governmental corruption; and investigating LILCO’s scheme to build seven to 11 nuclear power plants on Long Island. Admission is free.

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Community Fundraiser Not everyone escaped the raging fire that consumed hundreds of acres of woodland earlier this month. Kathy and George Moretti lost their garage and part of their house to the blaze. There will be a community fundraiser on Sunday, May 6 from 1 to 5 PM to raise funds to help defray the cost of the rebuilding effort. Admission is $10 and there will be a barbecue, soda, and beer available. The event will take place at the Maples residence. Those interested in attending should call 631-655-7616 for more details. Mail contributions to PO Box 38 Manorville, NY 11949. Firefighters and their spouses will be admitted free.

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To adopt the annual budget of the School District for the fiscal year 2012-2013 and to authorize the requisite portion thereof to be raised by taxation on the taxable property of the District. Shall the existing contract with East Hampton Union Free School District for the education of the District students in grades 7 through 12 for a term of four years effective July 1, 2011 through June 30, 2015 be approved and ratified pursuant to Section 2040 of the New York State Education Law. Appropriations of necessary funds requested for Amagansett Free Library and authorizing the levy of taxes therefor. To elect one (1) board member of the Board of Education for a three year term commencing July 1, 2012 and expiring on June 30, 2015.

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Springs Supe Search Forum Springs School will host a “Meet the Candidates for Superintendent” forum tomorrow from 6:30 to 9:30 PM at Springs School. Three candidates are vying for the position.

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Perlman Music Fundraiser The Perlman Music Program, an incubator for young string players founded by Toby Perlman, and based on the island, is holding its spring fundraiser at the Park Avenue Armory in Manhattan on Thursday, May 3. The evening will begin with a champagne reception at 7 PM followed by a performance by students (past and present) conducted by Itzhak Perlman. Dinner will follow at Daniel Restaurant. Those interested in making a donation should call 212877-5045.

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Immigration Film On Tap The controversial film They Come To America by Dennis Michael Lynch will be screened at the Montauk movie theatre Saturday at 7 PM. Admission is $10. The film examines the national issue of illegal immigration from a number of different perspectives. Gilbert & Sullivan Music Music For Montauk will close its 20th anniversary celebration with a special Gilbert & Sullivan program performed by the New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players called “I’ve Got A Little Twist.” It will be on Saturday, May 12 at 7 PM at the Montauk School, South Dorset Road, Montauk. The Gilbert & Sullivan Players celebrate the legacy of Gilbert & Sullivan in American musical theater, featuring favorites from Rodgers & Hammerstein, Bernstein, Sondheim, Lerner & Loewe, Meredith Wilson and Jerry Herman. Under the supervision of Artistic Director Albert Bergeret, “I’ve Got A Little Twist” is written and directed by David Auxier and features Daniel Greenwood, Sarah Caldwell Smith, Stephen Quint, Angela Smith, David Wannen and Auxier. Mark York is arranger, musical director and accompanist. Music For Montauk is an organization of Montauk and East End residents, which presents a series of free, high quality musical performances for the Montauk community and its neighboring villages. Fore more information contact Ruth Widder at 631-668-2481.


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Obituaries Anthony P. Cangiolosi, 86 Anthony P. Cangiolosi, the former owner of Tony’s Sports Shop on Newtown Lane in East Hampton died on April 15. He was 86. In addition to owning his shop he worked as a carpenter/contractor. His children Phillip James Cangiolosi, Pam C. Anderson, and Richard A. Cangiolosi, all of East Hampton, survive him. His wife, Molly Cangiolosi nee Welker, predeceased him. Eight grandchildren also survive. The deceased served in the East Hampton Fire Department for 65 years, was a member of the East Hampton Lions Club, a former President of the East Hampton School Board, a lifetime member of the American Legion, and the Veterans of Foreign Wars, of which he was the former commander. He was a three-year veteran of the U.S. Navy and signed up in World War II at the age of 17. He earned two Battle Stars, at Iwo Jima and Okinawa, and was in Nagasaki less than three weeks after the bomb was dropped. Cangiolosi graduated from East Hampton High School in 1947. He was buried last Friday at the Most Holy Trinity Cemetery, with full military honors. The family has requested memorial donations be made in his honor to the East Hampton Fire Department or the Molly Cangiolosi Scholarship Fund at the East Hampton School District office. The deceased was an avid Giants fan, had a wonderful sense of humor, and loved to fish and hunt. He came back after the war to finish his education at East Hampton High School. It was there after persistently chasing his gym teacher, he eventually married her.

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Mike Adam, an avid golfer and a former member of Sag Harbor Golf Club, died at Southampton Hospital April 21. He was 61. He was the son of William F. Adam and Dorothy (Phillips) Adam, both of whom predeceased him. Two brothers, William F. Adam Jr. and Terrance J. Adam, and a sister, Kathy Grodski, survive him. His wake is today at the Yardley Pino Funeral Home and he will be buried tomorrow at St. Andrews Cemetery after a mass at St. Andrews Church. Adam attended St. Andrews school until the ninth grade. He graduated from Pierson High School

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If attendance at Saturday’s scavenger waste forum was the determining factor, it appears few East Hampton Town residents care about the future of the facility. Just a handful of attendees, the lion’s share of which have been showing up each time the scav plant is on the agenda, came out for the special event Saturday afternoon. Those who did heard presentations from a number of experts who discussed the scav plant, which

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towards the decision relates to garnering a true picture of what lies beneath the scav plant and the landfill. More groundwater monitoring wells could help draw that picture. Phillips, whose firm has been tasked with monitoring wells around the plants, noted that violations issued by the state department of environmental conservation have sometimes related to substances, like mercury, that the town doesn’t currently test for. On a happy note, Phillips reported the toxic plume under the landfill has decreased. Beyond the need for more testing, experts focused on the impact older residential septic systems could have on groundwater. Lombardo reported that if more than 10 percent of the septic tanks in a community are in failure mode, “You may have a public health problem.” The experts advocated for a comprehensive wastewater management plan that may include incentives for homeowners who upgrade their septic systems and encourage routine, rather than emergency, septic management. If systems are improved at individual sites, Lombardo said, the size of the scav plant could be significantly reduced. Town board members have debated whether turning the scav CONTINUED ON PAGE 22.

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Councilman Peter Van Scoyoc offered a resolution increasing fees for the town’s sailing program, prompting the councilwoman to complain that she hadn’t had a chance to discuss the measure at the work session earlier in the week. Van Scoyoc reminded the initiative, as well as one increasing the daily fee for parking at beaches had both been discussed. Quigley continued to complain that she’d only seen the two initiatives in resolution form and that items should be discussed before resolutions are crafted. “So, like an appraisal?” Van Scoyoc said, referencing the Ronjo resolution. “Didn’t we just see that? Didn’t that just come out of somebody’s sleeve? You were okay with it then.” Quigley continued to express ignorance of both measures, calling the increase in beach parking fees “taxes for residents,” until it was pointed out the move only applies to non resident parking. Back and forth about tabling the resolutions ensued, with no one on the dais sufficiently versed in rule of order to decide whether it’s possible to table a resolution that had been offered. “Does anybody know Parliamentary procedure?” Quigley asked the audience. Eventually, Wilkinson called for a do over. The resolution increasing the fees for the sailing program by $40 passed three to two with the supervisor and Quigley voting no. The increase to beach parking fees, from $15 to $20 for nonresidents, passed by the same margin. kmerrill@indyeastend.com


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Parade Sunday Sunday will be a day to celebrate the Riverhead High School girls’ varsity basketball team beginning with a parade down Main Street at 1 PM. “The big story has always been about ‘community,’” noted Board of Education Vice President Gregory Meyer. “This team acted as a catalyst for our community. The girls played their hearts out for their team and for this community, and the residents of Riverhead and the rest of the school district came together to support the team in a major way. This parade is really a celebration of the Town of Riverhead, the school district and these girls, who, acting as a ‘family,’ put everything they had into making their school and community proud.” The team also made Riverhead history with their rise to fame as the League III Champions, Suffolk County Class AA Champions, Suffolk County Section XI Champions and (for the first time ever in the history of girls

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RICK’S SPACE Dick Clark, Janis, And Me I’m not that old, but I do remember “American Bandstand” fondly. That’s because my brother Stanley was eight years older than I was, and his teenage years coincided with the glory years of Bandstand, which was on every weekday afternoon, a couple hours each day. Dick Clark, the show’s host, who died last week, was no phony: he loved the record business and he loved music. The highlight of every show was a “live” performance. Of course, whoever it was just lip-

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It was a surprise my brother got on because he had a Latino girlfriend, a gorgeous girl named Sonja. Although Clark was known for keeping the changing cast of dancing “guests” ethnically diverse, television was very stuffy in those days and interracial couples did not appear on the show. Then again, Ozzie and Harriet were forced to sleep in separate beds although they were married for 30 years. My whole family gathered to watch the show the day my brother was on. Finally, when the show was almost over, we caught a glimpse of Stanley and Sonja dancing in the background, barely visible in the crowd of dozens of other couples. So, as it turned out, the real fun was cramming three couples into a car and making the long drive to the Mecca of rock n’ roll, then waiting all night with hundreds of others, each hoping to get picked to be on the show. Come to think of it, it was a scene that repeated itself years later at the swank clubs like Studio 54 – although in that instance, those allowed in were rewarded with terrible, pounding Disco music and allowed to pay $500 for a $20 bottle of champagne. “American Bandstand” ran for an astounding 30 years. Clark introduced a number of unknown acts that went on to great fame, including Stevie Wonder, Simon and Garfunkel, and The Beach Boys. The old days were simple times. A big date was going to a wholesome movie. Guys called on the girls, shook hands with the father, and promised to have them home by 11. Mom would offer a cupcake and a glass of milk. Girls wore pretty dresses that covered everything. Couples would study after school together and share a milkshake . . . two straws and one glass. Everyone had Sen-Sen breath sweeteners, even though they weren’t sweet. By the next decade, times, and babes, changed. Can you imagine going over Janis Joplin’s house when she was 16, ringing the bell and saying something like, “If Janis isn’t busy sewing, I was hoping you would allow her to go the ice cream parlor with me.” Her father would say something like, “It’s almost 8 PM -- Janis has already drank a bottle of Jack Daniels, snorted heroin, and banged half the guys in the motorcycle gang.” “Well maybe we can go to the library after school tomorrow.” “Janis dropped out of school in the third grade.” “Oh. OK, maybe I’ll see her at church Sunday.” My brother loved the Golden Oldies until the day he died. Me? I like loud electric guitar feedback, distortion, and wah-wah pedals. But in a moment of candor I will admit that for an ugly kid Bobby Rydell was kind of cute.


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The Proposed Ferry Sag Harbor is grappling over an ambitious proposal to allow a ferry to funnel North Forkers via Greenport to the village and vice versa, as often as 18 trips per day during the season. The issue is a complicated one – where will passengers disembark in Sag Harbor? The Long Wharf, the obvious place, is ill suited for that kind of pedestrian traffic, and the flow of people would have to cross a dangerous intersection where the North Haven Bridge intersects Main Street. Another proposal, to dock by the Sag Harbor Yacht Club, leaves passengers off the beaten path and has been discarded. Then there is the matter of parking for those who travel to Sag Harbor to make the trip to Greenport. There is scant parking available in the bustling village as is, and during the height of the summer season finding a space near Main Street can be an impossible task. Finally, there is the matter of pollution – can we be sure the vessel won’t leak fuel or be unduly noisy? The proposed route, around Shelter Island, is about as pristine as the bay gets in these parts, and is a favored course for small crafts, sailboats, and other water sport activities. On the plus side is Sag Harbor’s history as a maritime center, a port of call willing and able to accept all

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Safeguard Interests Dear Editor, I rarely pick up The Independent, but how grateful I am that I did this week allowing me the opportunity to read your brilliant editorial, which was extraordinarily on target. Of all that has been written about the Ronjo issue you were able to capture the relevance and long term ramifications

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a day on Saturdays and Sundays for a month, to give each village a chance to absorb what will happen. It would seem 18 trips a day is excessive, but we assume those making the proposal know what they are doing. Unfortunately, though, as it stands now bringing the ferry in is illegal, and with a Local Waterfront Revitalization Plan in place, a thorough review is mandatory. Certainly, the Village of Greenport could benefit greatly if the reciprocal foot traffic materializes and the local merchants see an up tick in business. For Sag Harbor, though, which seems to be bursting at the seams in July and August, the decision is more difficult and complex.

Within The Guidelines Most of our school districts have pared their proposed budgets to comply with Governor Cuomo’s mandates, and most will tell you it was a painful process involving difficult cuts. A gentle reminder: that’s what school board members were elected to do. It Independent / James J. Mackin shouldn’t have taken a law to make our schools The payoff for the bus company would presumably be tighten their belts; in the real world we constantly increased traffic on its North Fork line, possibly shuttling have to make difficult choices to make ends meet. Yes, school districts have an obligation to provide ferry goers from points west, like the Tanger Mall. This is a complicated proposal, and the Sag Harbor the best possible education for our children, but Village Board is wise to thoroughly explore it from somewhere along the way too many forgot where the every angle. A trial run would be helpful, perhaps a few money comes from.

of the actions of the East Hampton three majority Town Board members who for whatever their reasons; the rewarding of two Republican opportunists, payback for Chris Jones desperate attempts to become one of the superrich, choose once more to disregard the community and their responsibility as honest, incorruptible elected officials to safeguard our interests. Indeed, it is the steady degrading of codes and procedures, which we have repeatedly witnessed and, which have made this place so unique that is literally scaring reasonable minds to death. The

sad part is that even after you held them up to the light they still are unable to admit a mistake and right the wrong. Fred Overton’s protection of his bosses (or else) doesn’t change the need for them to correct their actions and do the right thing. More’s the pity! And I’ll get your paper every week from now on. PHYLLIS I. MALLAH

Community Pressure Dear Rick, Your April 18 editorial “Cause for

Pause” made many excellent points. The process by which the East Hampton Republican town board majority tried to rush through the sale of town property without a professional appraisal is shocking. Would Mr. Wilkinson sell his own property by picking a number “out of the air?” I doubt it. As you point out, the larger issue here is not the price of the property but the fact that actions by the board should be based on what is in the best interest of

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the community at large rather than a small special interest group, in this case, the developers. At a recent meeting sponsored by the GGG (Group for Good Government) Ms. [Theresa] Quigley reportedly expressed frustration at the criticism being lodged against her and the Supervisor by the local press. By personalizing legitimate concerns she avoids dealing with merits of the issues and nothing is gained. Apparently the pressure from the community and the media led to a reversal of the knee-jerk decision to forgo an appraisal. Hopefully we’ll see less tendency to “leap before you look” in the future. SUE AVEDON

Works Well Dear Rick, You are so right: a town board can quickly “ruin” (and alienate their constituents in) our town when they pass legislation that is “at odds with the wishes of the community.” The wishes of our community are implemented by our Planning Department. The Planning Department staff are our first and last defense against unbridled “upisland” type over-development. They also provide a level playing field for the business community, which is a benefit to them as a whole, and a benefit to their own customers. Therefore, it clearly is not in the best interests of the residents of the town for Councilwoman ]Theresa] Quigley to continue to waste time on pushing to replace our 2006 lighting law and the authority of the Planning Department to review new lighting. Our lighting law works well; and only needs a few amendments to update the code to accommodate new technologies and an extension to the sunset provision where warranted for large commercial properties. Our lighting law is entirely safe and proven effective. SUSAN HARDER

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Who would make a smart choice for Mitt Romney’s running mate? Jan Federico I think Condoleezza Rice would be a great choice. I love her. She’s an amazing woman. She a smart political choice. She’s level headed and she’s definitely a moderate. But I just don’t think she’d do it. But it would be great if she would. Tom DeVincentis He needs someone who will appeal to women. People are saying Condoleezza Rice. She’s a smart woman. But she stood by Bush too long. They’ve also been mentioning Meg Whitman, from California, the ebay billionaire, as a running mate. Margaret Hackett If I were picking his running mate, I’m not sure who I would choose. The only one I’ve heard mentioned is Condoleezza Rice. And I do like her quite a lot. She’d be an excellent choice for vice president. And she’d certainly bring in the women’s vote.

Chinda Egan Rick Santorum would be a good choice. I like him better than Romney. And he would bring in the conservatives who aren’t so comfortable with Romney. I’ve also heard a lot of people mention Condoleezza Rice. I like her. She’d be an excellent choice too.

degrees, sprinkled with nebulous facts, they are after all the viewpoint of the writer, such as mine right now, and that is what letters should be. We can go to reliable news sources, as few as may still exist, for facts. However, one in your 4/11 issue lacked even that sprinkle. It was titled; “A List of Firsts” by Andrew Benjamin and it was the author’s sophomoric list of horrific “Firsts” performed by President Obama. To appreciate the mental bent involved in the colorful “First’s, the first two of his “First’s” are, “First president to apply for college aid as a foreign student and then deny he was a foreigner,” “First President to have a Social Security number from a state he has never lived in,” plus 29 further fascinating “Firsts.” The very tenor of these inventions suggest what was Firstly and Foremostly etched on the mind of the writer: First president born in Kenya, First president to have a forged birth certificate and First president not the same shade as the previous 43. Of the remaining 29 “Firsts” all of which are worth reading for sheer color, one of the funniest Firsts is, “First president to golf 73 separate times in his First two and a half years in office, 107 and counting.” No one claimed that the letter was an exercise of accuracy in math (nor any other accuracy) but President Bush vacationed fully a third

of his time in the White House, setting a record. Unfortunately there was enough time spent at the office for him to put our country into this disastrous economic situation from which President Obama is forced to extricate us. I’ve read earlier letters by Mr. Benjamin, therefore this rant was not unexpected and its absence of rage would have been strangely disappointing. What Mr. Benjamin’s letters lack in facts are more than compensated for in enthusiasm. A little subtlety might render them less transparent and more effective but maybe more boring as well. When all is said and done, they’re best just the way they are and most enjoyable. ZACK PALL Editor’s Note: The Independent prints all the exclusive letters we receive provided they are not libelous of contain profanity.

For The Board Dear Rick, On Tuesday, May 15 Amagansett voters will be voting for a School Board candidate. The one thing that I believe is missing from the Board is an educator with 30 years of classroom experience and a community activist with many years of involvement in the Amagansett community. I would hope that I would have Continued on page 21.


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the support of the voters so I can add to the excellence of our school. I bring a wealth of background and experience in education to the Amagansett School Board seat. Having a degree to teach Mathematics, a Masters to teach Reading Pre-K to 12, and a second Masters in Computer Science have enabled me to be a teaching educator for 30 years in the Jericho School District. I understand quality education and my goal, as a member of the School Board, is the acquisition and growth of skills for every child. I believe that residents should have a role to play in decision-making that affects our school. I would like to explore making school board meetings more accessible and user friendly to the public. My experience on the Amagansett Advisory Committee, member for 16 years, Chair and Vice Chair for 5 years and as President of the Amagansett East Association (310 homes in Beach Hampton) have kept me abreast of community events and will be of use when I serve on the School Board. Please remember to vote on Tuesday,

Homeland Security Dear Mr. Murphy, Besides writing to The Independent, I also write to the Filipino Reporter, a weekly newspaper that covers international news from all over, that is particularly interesting to Americans who have ties to the Philippines. This newspaper is fair, fearless and factual. Much of the following material was included in a recent article on illegal immigration. When I directly quote a statement or paragraph from that article, I include quotation marks as I also do when I use a direct quote from reports created by the Department of Homeland Security. According to the Filipino Reporter, “Approximately 11.5 million foreign nationals are living in the United States without proper immigration documents, according to estimates released on March 23 by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). The figures, as of January 2011, show little difference from the 11.6 million figure in 2010.” The Reporter continued, “Homeland Security’s demographers said recent

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stated, “Most unauthorized residents either entered the United States without inspection or were admitted temporarily and stayed past the date they were required to leave.” Their best estimate for January 2010 was 11.6 million undocumented immigrants. The Filipino Reporter concluded, “The issue of immigration has been a hot topic on the presidential campaign trail with Mitt Romney, the leading candidate for the Republican nomination to challenge President Barack Obama in November’s election, backing tougher measures to crack down on the undocumented. Mr. Obama, a Democrat, has sought to block some tough new state laws aimed at pushing out illegal immigrants and he has urged Congress to pass a comprehensive package of immigration reforms but that effort has gone nowhere.” My personal feeling is that 20 or 25 dedicated, educated citizens from across Continued on page 22.

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Articles Wanted

ALL RUNNING VECHILES WANTED $500-$5000 Top dollar for junk cars BLAZER TOWING 631-399-5404 DMV# 7107372

WANTED - for my collection: Old Guns, Powder Horns, Swords, Cannons, Indian Arrowheads too. Richard G. Hendrickson, 322 Lumber Lane Bridgehampton (631) 537-0893. ufn BUYING Old wood fishing poles, lures and old reels. Current fishing gear. Old fountain pens, old nautical items, auto logo items and unusual bar items. Call 631-668-3727 32-8-39

Articles For Sale CATALINA 30FT SAILBOAT-Tall rig, deepfin keel, new genoa, roller furling. 23 HP, Universal Diesel, Lazy jacks, sleeps 7. 631-324-6617, Located at Three Mile Marina. UFN FIREWOOD-Seasoned, delivered and stacked. Dick Leland. 631-324-2398. 8-52- 7 EVERGREEN SALE- Colorado Spruce, Norway Spruce, Arborvitae. Mature stock, instant privacy. Delivery and planting arranged, call with your needs! SPECIAL 4-5FT Colorado Spruce, Wholesale $85 our price $45. Olsen’s Tree Farm, 41 Townsend Ave, Riverhead NY 11901. 631680-9285 31-13-43 120 STACKABLE RESTAURANT CHAIRS-Navy blue

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Automotive

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2001 Olds Alero, Red, cruise, new tires,brakes,4dsd, sunroof, leather GL4, 98,600, about $2,995, 631-3243710, bjorgjim@yahoo.com. 34-1-34

HAINES INSURANCE AGENCY Auto • Home Condo Property

3420 Montauk Hwy., Wainscott 537-3540

Business Opportunity AVAILABLE BEFORE THE SUMMER SEASON Own your own boutique. Established turnkey, year round operation. In the heart of East Hampton, Only $250,000. Call 631804-7121 32-4-35

CHILD CARE CHILD CARE, In my home. Accepting children from age 3 months to 3 years old for small group child care in loving, nurturing environment. Excellent references. Ten years plus experience. Call for information and to set up an interview. 631907-1161. Debbie. UFN

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SEASONAL & FULL-TIME OPENINGS Citarella has SEASONAL and FULL-TIME openings at our East Hampton and Bridgehampton stores. Positions include: CASHIERS, STOCK/DELI/PRODUCE/ FISH COUNTER ASSOCIATES, BUTCHERS, PIZZA MAKERS. We offer competitive wages & benefits. On the spot interviews every Wed. 10am-2pm at Citarella, 2209 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton, NY or apply online on www.citarella.com. 33-4-36 29-4-32

MANUAL AND SPORTS PHYSICAL THERAPY-Year round position open for an energetic, personable, part time or full time physical therapy aide, in our Montauk location. No experience necessary, will train. Call: 631-668-1372 or fax resume to: 631-668-1374 34-4-37

RETAIL-Part time, Sag Harbor Main street store. Retail experience necessary. Must be available Memorial Day through Labor Day. Contact Emily 631-899-4600 or email ekeogh@ashcenter.com 34-4-37

HAMPTONS PLAYERS CLUB

New restaurant, lounge and bier garden, opening in East Hampton is hiring all front and back of house positions. Please stop by between 124pm, Monday through Friday, located at 103 Montauk Highway, E. Hampton, NY, 11937. Email: Eric@hamptonsplayersclub.com" 34-4-37 SALES PERSON/LEAD GENERATOR- For large East End mechanical contractor. Salary plus commissions. Knowledge of industry helpful. Medical, dental and 401k benefits. Southampton area.

PLUMBING SERVICE MANAGER-For large East End mechanical contractor. Estimating, pricing, customer service dispatching. Excellent salary, medical, dental and 401K. Vehicle allowance, Career opportunity. Southampton area. Call Tracey at 631-2839333 34-2-35 WHOLE FOODS MARKET- Is opening a Farm Stand in Wainscott. Exp with food (cooks, produce) and cashiers a plus! Seasonal (May-Sept). Equal Opportunity Employer. Apply online today: www.wholefoods.com/careers 34-1-34

PIZZA PERSON Looking for an experienced, hardworking, pizza maker. Business is located in Montauk. Full time/part time. Please email resume to pvmontauk@aol.com or call Mike at 631-860-4272 33-4-36

VILLA ITALIAN SPECIALTIES 7 Railroad Avenue, East Hampton 631-3245110. Experienced Deli clerks, experienced kitchen help, Dishwashers and stock person. Full -time and part -time positions, competitive wages. Apply in person Monday-Thursday after 2 PM 31-4-34

THE AWNING COMPANY of Sag Harbor has immediate opening for an Awning Installer. Must have knowledge of hand and power tools, good mechanical ability, dedication to quality work and excellent communications skills. Call Jeanie at 631-725-3651. 33-2-34

EAST HAMPTON GRILL is currently looking for server, greeter, line cook, prep cook, baker and dishwasher candidates. If you possess a genuine passion for service and thrive in a high volume, fast paced atmosphere we would love to meet you. Don’t miss out on this stable opportunity. Season is around the corner! Dinner only restaurant Health Benefits available upon hire Professional and positive working environment full and Parttime, year-round positions available Experience preferred, but not necessary Please apply in person, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. at 99 North Main Street, East Hampton, New York 11937. Email: EastHampton@Hillstone.com 31-4-34

BRENTS COUNTRY STORE Is currently looking for an experienced deli cook with management skills. Bi-lingual would be a plus. Contact Artie 631-680-1315 34-1-34

POOL TECH NEEDED-Must have valid drivers license. Experience a plus. Call 631793-567033-4-36 FISHERIES INTERVIEWERSSurvey Captains returning off shore. Must ID big game fish in Montauk Marinas. Part time through October. Apply online at fishingsurvey.com or call 800-2295220 ext.7819 33-4-36

HAIRDRESSER NEEDED-Good pay, up-do’s and experience a must. Shelter Island, will pay for ferry. Call Anna Salon 631-749-4293. 33-4-36

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ADOPT OR FOSTER TOMMY, 15 year old Pomeranian, 11 pounds. He was abandoned in the streets of New York and is in need of a foster family. Tommy is very sweet, loving and great with people and other pets. Visit www.rsvpinc.org. Call R.S.V.P. (631) 728-3524. Sponsored by ELLEN HOPKINS

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FOR RENT RESIDENTIAL LAUREL Furnished room for rent, shared kitchen and bath. $510 a month, security and references, Call 516-807-5011 33-4-36

MATTITUCK 3 Br Apartment, oil heat, CAC, WD, central location. Close to train. $1375 a month plus utilities and security required. Call 516-446-7120 34-1-34

ROOM FOR RENT- $650. Per month. Share utilities. Your own bedroom. Shared bath, kitchen, dining and living room in the East Hampton Mobile Home Community. Female wanted to share with single female and well behaved cat. Walk to town. Ride bike to ocean beach. Large backyard. No smokers. One month security, first month’s rent. 631-324-5942 UFN 2 COZY COTTAGES- Steps to Fabulous Maidstone Park and Beach. Completely renovated, fully furnished, 1 BR, indoor and outdoor showers. Beach parking sticker included. Long season (May thru Oct) $13,500 each. Call 631-276-8110 UFN

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SPEONK STUDIO OFFICE APARTMENT Furnished, 620 SQ FT, 2nd floor (Industrial area) 2 months security, 1 months rent, utilities not included. No pets, No smoking. $800 a month. Call 631-287-0555 31-4-34

AMAGANSETT SCHOOL DISTRICT- 3 Br/ Possible 4th or playroom, 2 bath. Non-

MATTITUCK FIRST FLOOR- Completely renovated. Walk to railroad and Love lane. 3 bedrooms, EIK, 1 1/2 baths, 14’x16’ sunroom/possible office with separate exterior entrance. Large yard, no smoking, no pets.$1650 monthly plus utilities, Security and references 631-287-1618 31-4-34

REAL ESTATE FOR SALE SAG HARBOR VILLAGE- 4BR, 4 Renovated Bath, CAC, Custom Kitchen. On Private 1/2 Acre, Rm for Pool-Reduced to $589-000 Exclusive: K.R. McCROSSON R.R. 631-7253471 33-1-33 SAG HARBOR Charming 100 yr. Old Farm House on Half Acre. 3 Br, 1 Bath, Large Country Kitchen with 1 Car Garage. Asking: $585,000.00. K.R.McCrosson Real Estate 631-725-3471 34-4-37

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SEEKING EMPLOYMENT College graduate-Looking for employment, nothing strenuous, such as lifting ETC. Class A CDL. 631377-0220 34-1-34

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Situation Wanted WORLD CLASS Companion/Gal Friday — Organized, Educated, Sensible, Cheerful. 631-9074097. UFN

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YARD SALE 14-S.Ferncroft Pl., Montauk : Indoor sale, tools, mens clothing, furniture, kitchenware and much more. April 27-29; 9am-3 pm. Cash only 34-1-34

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Miscellaneous PRAYER TO THE BLESSED VIRGIN (Never known to fail) Oh, most beautiful flower of Mt. Carmel, fruitful vine, splendor of heaven, Mother of the Son of God, Immaculate Virgin, assist me in my necessity. Oh, Star of the Sea, help me and show me herein you are my mother. Oh, Holy Mary, Mother of God, Queen of Heaven and Earth! I humbly beseech you from the bottom of my heart to succor me in this necessity. There are none that can withstand your power. Oh show me herein, you are my mother. Oh, Mary, conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to thee(3x). Holy Mother, I place this cause in your hands (3x). Holy Spirit, you who solve all problems, light all roads so that I can attain my goals. You who gave me the divine gift to forgive and forget all evil against me and that in all instances in my life you are with me, I want in this short prayer to thank you for all things as you confirm once again that I never want to be separated from you in eternal glory. Thank you for your mercy toward me and mine. The person, must say this prayer 3 consecutive days. after 3 days, the request will be granted. This prayer must be published after the favor is granted. My prayers were answered. Thank you so very much. As requested by J.L. 48-40-35

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John Marshall Elementary School The 2nd Annual Health Fair will be held on May 18, at 6-8 PM. The fire department will do a live fire demo and allow children to spray the hoses. The YMCA will provide a rock wall. Someone from East Hampton Parks & Recreation will play sports/games with the children outside. Some of the companies and organizations represented are East Hampton Volunteer Ocean Rescue, The Ellen Hermanson Breast Health Center and Ellen’s Run and massage therapist Steve Narvilas, with more are signing up every day. Ross Upper School Ross School seventh graders recently completed their Rome unit with a lesson on how to make gnocchi and a performance of Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar. In the Rome unit, students examined how and why empires expand and collapse. They learned about Julius Caesar and the motivations and consequences of his assassination, and they researched many aspects of ancient Roman society, including art, architecture, social and political structure and cuisine. In addition to the performance, the students learned how to make gnocchi with expert Café Chef Franco. Southampton Elementary School Southampton Elementary School has created an exciting leadership model embedding the “Habits of Highly Effective People” that enhances our learning environment. A presentation will be held on May 4 with registration at 8:30 AM at the registration tent on Hamptons Road. The event will begin at 9 AM in the school auditorium at 30 Pine Street. Space is limited, so kindly RSVP by April 27, 2012 bmorgan@ southamptonschools.org


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Sag Harbor Rowing 631-553-5223 www.rowsagharbor.com Week long rowing camp starts Monday, June 25th, and ends Friday, August 31st, from 9:30 AM to 12 PM and 1 to 3:30 PM for Beginners and rowers with previous experience. Weekly sessions begin on Mondays and go to Friday for the months of June, July and August You may sign up for as many weeks as you want. Eligibility: Must be nine years old and up. No prior rowing experience is necessary. Bay Street Vacation Camp 631-725-0818 ext. 112. Back by popular demand, The Kids School Vacation Theatre Camp is a week long session that includes classes and games incorporating every aspect of theatre: acting, singing, dance, improv and more. Students will write and perform in their own original production. The April camp will be led by Susan Galardi and Bethany Dellapolla and runs for ages eight through 12, through Friday.

Ross School 631-907-5555 www.summercamp.ross.org Summer Camp @ Ross offers a wealth of exciting opportunities for campers of all ages. It is situated in the woods on the Upper School campus in East Hampton. Exploring new interests in a safe and supportive environment, campers enjoy all the fun of a traditional summer camp while also pursuing their passions in sports, science, nature and the arts. The Ross team of specialists, instructors and counselors work together each day to provide the best summer experience in the Hamptons. Field trips throughout Long Island and special presentations by worldrenowned guests, such as yoga master Rodney Yee, enhance the camp experience. For lunch, campers are served nutritious, wholesome and flavorful food made from regional, organic, seasonal and sustainable ingredients. Summer Camp @ Ross programs include Teen Camp CONTINUED ON PAGE 33.

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for ages 15 to 17; Choose Your Own Major for ages six to14; Sports Camp for ages four to six; Creative Explorations for ages three to five; and Music and Movement for ages two and under. Open House Saturday, May 26, 11 AM to 1 PM. SoFo Camp 631-537-9735 www.sofo.org See live native reptiles and amphibians; explore unique handson exhibits, marine touch tank, and butterfly garden. Take part in nature walks and workshops including exploring bays and ocean waters, walking through magnificent forests, and looking for fabulous birds. Discover the wonders of nature here on the South Fork of Long Island.

to 13. The Kiddie Camp, for kids ages three to four, offers games and sports designed to develop hand-eye coordination and balance, swimming lessons, arts and crafts, music and movement education, onsite playground, water slide and more. The Youth Camp, for ages five through seven, focuses on developing creativity, independence, teamwork and self-esteem. Teen Quest is for youngsters nine through 13. There is also an Arts Camp. East Hampton Sports Camp @ Sportime 631-267-CAMP (2267) www.EastHampton SportCampSportime.com East Hampton Sports Camp,

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afternoon beach program, and an on-site swimming pool. East End Hospice 631-288-8400 www.eeh.org Every year East End Hospice offers a summer camp for children who have experienced the loss of a loved one. This year Camp Good Grief will be held August 20 to 24. There are fun

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provides top summer tennis instruction under the guidance of Alfredo Baretto and Dennis Ferando, who will be assisted by Brian Rubenstein and Nick Annacone. Players of all skill levels are welcome to attend and each camper is placed into an appropriate group. All campers receive an official East Hampton Indoor Tennis Club T-shirt, complete personal evaluation

write-up and camp prizes during their summer session. Camp begins June 11 and runs Monday through Friday from 11 AM to 3:30 PM with Morning Options on Monday through Friday from 9:30 AM to 11 AM and on Mondays and Wednesdays from 7:30 to 10:30 AM. There is also a new Pee Wee Junior Tennis Program on weekend mornings.

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sports and field trips. There are also groups for age two, nursery for three and Pre-K for age four.

Main Beach Adventure Camp 631-537-2716 www.mainbeach.com It’s never too early to learn the basics of the good life: surfing, windsurfing, wake boarding, etc. Campers also learn to appreciate and respect the ocean and safety techniques. Sign up for one week or the whole summer. The ratio of instructors to kids is one to two and there are always lifeguards on duty.

NOGA Soccer 1-800-422-6778 www.nogasoccer.com Noga Soccer is coming to a field on the East End in July and August. The four-day camps will run Monday to Friday for 11 weeks, up and down the South Fork and on Shelter Island. Three hours for players between the ages of seven and 17, with a 90-minute microcamp for four to six year olds. Register online. Ages four and up

Kindercamp 631-488-4140 The Children’s School at 160 Main Street in Southampton Village offers programs for tots aged three to five for one to eight weeks, 9 AM to noon, two, three, or five days a week. There are also fall programs available: Play School for age two, Nursery for age three, and Pre-K for ages four and five. Activities include art, science projects, games, cooking, story telling, water

Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck 631-878-1070 Specifically designed for campers with disabilities. Campers are encouraged and assisted to participate in these sports within the extent of their capabilities: baseball, basketball, volleyball, soccer, tennis, handball, ping-pong, badminton, miniature golf, and lawn bowling. Adaptive recreational and educational swimming is one of the most popular activities CONTINUED ON PAGE 37.


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among campers. A special buddy system is used to ensure waterfront safety. It’s on Chet Swezey Road in Center Moriches. Pathfinder Country Day Camp 631-668-2080, 1-800-892-5532 www.pathfinderday camp.com Treat your kids to a summer they will remember in scenic Montauk. Activities include swimming instruction in a heated pool, basketball, baseball, archery, tennis, cookout and much

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more. Transportation included! Kidsummer Art Camp at The Parrish Art Museum 631-283-2118 www.parrishart.org The museum will be offering sessions throughout the summer. Activities include painting, drawing, pottery, sculpture, photography, printmaking, collage, textiles and much more. Reser vations are needed. This season camp will run from July 9 through August 10 from 10 AM to 3 PM for ages six through 10.

Buckskill Tennis Club 631-324-2243 www.buckskilltennis.com Located in East Hampton, the Buckskill Tennis Club offers a program to help develop well-rounded tennis players. Instruction is given in form, technique, fitness and proper tennis etiquette. Buckskill instructors stress the importance of enjoying tennis, “a game for life.” The Country School Camp Explore 631-537-2255 www.countryschool easthampton.org The Country School Summer Camp is for kids two and a half to six. There is a full range of activities to choose from, including art, music, gymnastics, jewelry making, team sports, swimming, and much more. Located on Industrial Road in Wainscott – call for dates and rates. Ages two and a half through seven. Future Stars Camp 914-273-8500 www.fscamps hamptons.com Future Stars Camps is offering six sports programs at five different locations for ages four to 16 from

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June through August. Sports include baseball tennis, soccer, basketball, golf tennis, and multi-sport. Locations are in Southampton, East Hampton, Westhampton Beach and Manorville. Peconic Dunes Summer Camp 631-727-7850 ext. 328 The Cornell Cooperative Extension sponsors a sleep away and day camp for youngsters eight through 15. Includes training in outdoor survival, marine science, forest, pond, and woodlands study. Call for more information. Pony Trails Camps 631-537-7335 For the camper who just can’t get enough of the world of horses, have we got a camp for you. Three to four year-olds are eligible for half-day camp. Private riding lessons are also available. Learn to ride safely while studying animal care. Raynor Country Day School 631-288-4658 The best gift you can give a child. Flexible options include four, six and eight weeks, three or five days for ages five through 12, and two, three and five day options for ages three and four. A mature and experienced staff is on hand.

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The reports continue to improve with each passing day. Flounder have moved out into Shinnecock Bay, plenty of chum with worms and mussels doing the trick. Striped Bass are spreading out to areas in both Shinnecock and Peconic Bays including both canals and the Shinnecock Inlet. Most of the bass have been falling for rubber baits. Weighed in a 10 pound bass today caught from the Shinnecock Canal. Good reports of weakfish coming from the Quogue Canal and a few from the Shinnecock Canal. I would start checking out the regular haunts like Rogers Rock and the south race if you’re looking for a tide runner. Bluefish are beginning to make an appearance, too. Have seen some cocktail size fish come from the Shinnecock Canal and rumors of some larger fish moving in. The fluke are here. The bottom of Shinnecock Canal is carpeted with fish up to 20 inches all released safely for the opener on May 1. Porgies are in the Peconics and ready for the season opener on May 1 as well. Full steam ahead, looks like it’s going to be a great season. We have live eels, fresh bunker and all in season baits in stock. Capt. Scott Jeffrey East End Bait & Tackle 631-728-5801


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East Hampton blasted Huntington 18-8 Monday, Casey Waleko was the winning pitcher and blasted a home run. The Bonackers are 8-1 this season.

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The East Hampton Bonackers, tied for the League VI lead with Sayville, has a busy week ahead, and a chance to make hay on Half Hallow Hills West, a team that like the locals sits on a gaudy 7-1 mark. Thursday the Lady Bonackers knocked off Kings Park (4-4 in League V) 7-3 behind the pitching of Sam Mathews and the explosive bat of Ellie Cassel. The ever-reliable Mathews kept the home team at bay while Cassel laced four hits in as many at bats, including three doubles good for four RBI. The next day the locals blasted Glenn, winless is League VI, by a 12-0 margin. Casey Waleko turned in an overpowering performance,

hurling a one-hitter with seven punch-outs. Dana Dragone had three hits and scored three runs. That sets up a possible trifecta for East Hampton with games Monday against Huntington at home (4-4), Tuesday against Bellport at home (1-7), and next Wednesday against Consewogue (6-5), all League V teams. The Bonackers got a scare last Wednesday, scoring in the seventh inning to slip by Eastport/South Manor 4-3. Kathryn Hess drove in the winning run, Waleko had two hits and scored the winning run, and Mathews recorded the complete game victory. Dragone also starred for the locals, going 2 for 4 with three RBIs. R.M.

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The Whalers Finally Fall By Rick Murphy

The third and last game of the series proved to be the golden one for the Southold Settlers. Previously, the Pierson / Bridgehampton Whalers had beaten the Northforkers twice, clubbing Southold 13-4 last Wednesday and outlasting the Settlers 3-0 at Mashashimuet Park Friday. On Saturday, though, playing at home, the Settlers exacted their revenge, earning an 8-4 victory that ended the Whalers’ League IX winning streak 8-4. It was a tense affair, with the Settlers clinging to

a 4-3 lead in the bottom of the sixth when Will Fujita unloaded, blasting a grand slam home run off Aaron Schiavoni to seal the deal. It was Fujita’s first dinger of the season. Fujita recorded the victory as well. Colman Vila had it all going for him the previous day, hurling a three hitter in Pierson’s 3-0 win. Sean Hartnett had the big blast, a triple, and went 2 for 3 with two ribbies. Tim Markowski had two hits and batted in a run as well. The Whalers play at home against Smithtown Christian Friday, travel

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Zurawski drove in the winning run, had two hits, and also scored two runs. George Lessard hit two hits and scored the winning run. Chris Dwyer recorded the win. Mattituck plays at home against Babylon Monday and travels upisland to take on that rival next Wednesday. Southampton was edged by Babylon 3-2 on Friday but beat the same team 13-6 on the loser’s field a day earlier. Peter Barnaby was the story in that affair, striking out 11 to earn the win and also smashing a three-run homer. He went 2-4 with four ribbies for the day. The Mariners go to Mercy tomorrow, get the Monarchs at home on Friday and go to Center Moriches Monday. East Hampton got crushed by Mt. Sinai 11-1 on Thursday. The locals are at Shoreham-Wading River today, get that rival at home Friday and get Bayport/Blue Point at home Monday. Southampton 13, Babylon 6: Peter Barnaby threw five innings with 11 strikeouts and four earned runs and went 2 for 4 with a three-run homerun and four RBIs to lead Southampton (4-6) in League VIII. Wyatt Schmidt went 4 for 5 with two stolen bases and three runs. Riverhead traveled to West Babylon Thursday and came away with a hard fought 9-8 victory. Tim Clement earned the win, and John Wendt recorded the save. Wendt also drilled three hits, as did Matt Crohan. The Wave play at home and away against Hauppauge tomorrow and Friday (at home).


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so it has that element about it.” Finally, the bustle of Sag Harbor’s Main Street goes back to a building that has been quietly standing for nearly half a century as the same shop, and, until recently, was unchanged. Our Gig Two Whatever, a shop specializing in brass, copper, jewelry and nautical accessories reopened April 1 with a brand new face. New display windows, fresh hardwood floors and bright white paint made the old Harbor staple seem brand new. “People walk by and their response is, ‘Is this the same place,’” said Denise O’Malley, who became the sole owner after the death of her husband Kevin in October of last year. O’Malley, along with her daughters Veronica and Shannon are actively working to continue their store’s success, with Veronica creating handmade jewelry for sale. “The girls and I are going to keep the legacy going,” she said. “One of Kevin’s favorite sayings that seems appropriate for this was,” she said, “damn the torpedoes and full steam ahead!” Emily@indyeastend.com

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CONTINUED FROM PAGE 11. they rubbed elbows (literally) with Rick Danko of The Band and jammed with the likes of the New Riders of the Purple Sage and recently deceased Levon Helm of The Band. Being a musician, Mike once got up at a concert at Belmont Racetrack and jammed on his harmonica with Pure Prairie League. “He was a trip,” said his sister. Years ago, when he was in his 30’s Mike adopted a dog from the shelter, a German shorthaired pointer he named Spike. The dog had had an accident that seriously injured his leg. But instead of putting him down, Mike told the vet, “Remove the leg, I’m not losing my dog.” Strangers knew Mike around town as the guy with the three-legged dog. Mary Ellen Higgins told the story of the days of when no one locked their doors, and Spike, a clever canine, knowing how to open a doorknob with his mouth, would go into the Higgins family home in Sag Harbor - walk though the living room, into the kitchen and wait patiently in front of the refrigerator. Someone would get him a piece of ham, chicken or steak and Spike would give a kiss before exiting the back door and heading on his way. Mary Ellen recalled growing up with Mike in North Haven, running through the fields and woods.

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