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Irish Eyes Were Smiling, And Clear By Kitty Merrill

With the threat of rain and a new, earlier stepping off time, the 50th annual Friends of Erin St. Patrick’s Day parade in Montauk was a wee bit low in attendance Sunday morn-

ing, according to observers. But the luck of the Irish held. The rain didn’t come, and neither did roving inebriates who, in the past, tarnished the day. “There were no pukers,” said one attendee who

lauded the morning as “a real family friendly event.” Officials decided to begin the parade this year at 10 AM rather than noon in an effort to discourage disorderly conduct that often came

in the form of rowdy young people pouring off the train in the Lighthouse District. This year, according to East Hampton Town Police Chief Ed Ecker, “From a police point of view, it worked out fantastic.” He figured between 700 and 800 people arrived via train “and there wasn’t any problem.” In all, Ecker estimated about 20,000 spectators, compared to prior highs of 30,000 to 35,000. “There were lots of families out, and the weather held,” Ecker commented. In total police made about 17 arrests over the weekend, mostly for DWI or marijuana possession, but there were no arrests for assault, harassment, menacing or disorderly conduct. “That’s huge,” the chief enthused. By comparison, CONTINUED ON PAGE 25.

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Somewhere along the line we have lost our way. We have allowed politicians from both parties to poison this great country. We’ve allowed the media, from both sides, to pretend to be fair while distorting the truth. This is not Democrats versus Republicans. This is ugly versus uglier. In Florida an innocent African-American kid, Trayvon Martin, was stalked and gunned down by a madman. President Obama did the right thing and told the nation how he was saddened by the death and he commented that if he had a son, “he would look like Trayvon,” and that he could only imagine what Trayvon’s parents are going through. Newt Gingrich reacted like a meanspirited idiot, saying, “Is the President suggesting if it had been a white who had been shot, that would be OK because it wouldn’t look like him?”

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taxes. Who is the Speaker of the House? He is the leader of the majority party. He and fellow House members, not the President, can approve any budget they want. If the President vetoes it, they can pass it over his veto if they agree to. “It seems inconceivable to me that a nation of 300 million cannot replace 545 people who stand convicted – by present facts – of incompetence and irresponsibility. “I can’t think of a single domestic problem that is not traceable directly to those 545 people. When you fully grasp the plain truth that 545 people exercise the power of the federal government, then it must follow that what exists is what they want to exist. “If the tax code is unfair, it’s because they want it unfair. “If the budget is in the red, it’s because they want it in the red. “If the Army and Marines are in Iraq and Afghanistan it’s because they want them in Iraq and Afghanistan. “If they do not receive Social Security but are on an elite retirement plan not available to the people, it’s because they want it that way. “There are no insoluble government problems. “Do not let these 545 people shift the blame to bureaucrats, whom they hire and whose jobs they can abolish; to lobbyists, whose gifts and advice they can reject; to regulators, to whom they give the power to regulate and from whom they can take this power. Above all, do not let them con you into the belief that there exists disembodied mystical forces like “the economy,” “inflation,” or “politics” that prevent them from doing what they take an oath to do. “Those 545 people, and they alone, are responsible. “They, and they alone, have the power. “They, and they alone, should be held accountable by the people who are their bosses. “Provided the voters have the gumption to manage their own employees . . . “We should vote all of them out of office and clean up their mess!” AMEN If you wish to comment on “Jerry’s Ink” please send your message to jerry@dfjp.com or visit indyeastend.com and scroll to the bottom of the column.

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This week, The Independent brings its month long series focused on extraordinary East End women to a close with a look toward the future. Kelsey McGayhey of Shelter Island is a record-breaking athlete and leader in her tiny alma mater. A lifelong resident of Shelter Island, McGayhey was recently honored with a proclamation from the Suffolk County Legislature for her prowess on the basketball court. This season the senior, who is also a captain of the

team, became the first girl in Shelter Island history to eclipse the 1000 point milestone with a total 1086 career points. She holds a scoring average of 23.3 points, total points of 373 for 16 games. Her season high is 34 points versus Smithtown-Christian and career high is 37 points versus Southold on February 8, 2011. “Kelsey is a special athlete, well-liked by her teammates and coaches,” Legislator Ed Romaine said during the presentation. She’s a two-sport athlete, too. A member of the Long Island Fury, a

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Alley Oops Prompts Petition Advised that his apparently arbitrary action could trigger a permissive referendum, Bill Wilkinson reportedly said, “Go ahead, let’s have it.” This week the East Hampton Town supervisor’s sarcastic challenge may be met as a petition protesting the sale of a town–owned alleyway that bisects the Ronjo Motel property in Montauk begins to circulate. Wilky raised brows, and tempers, earlier this month when he put forth a measure selling the town property to the new owners of the motel, Chris Jones and Republican contributor Lawrence Seidlick, for $35,000 -- a number the supervisor publicly said he “pulled out of the air.” Democrats on the town board Sylvia Overby and Peter Van Scoyoc wanted more information and an appraisal of the property before green lighting the sale, but were overruled by the Republican majority. During the March 20 work session, Overby warned a permissive referendum could be in the offing, prompting Wilkinson’s statement along the lines of ‘bring it.’ As of Saturday afternoon, petition carriers amassed 140 signatures in just four hours. They hope to collect at least 600 signatures to challenge the sale. Their goal is to force the town to follow correct procedures to determine accurate price. K.M.

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After months of deliberation and six candidates later, the Southampton Town Board unanimously appointed a new comptroller last Friday afternoon. Northport resident Leonard J. Marchese was sworn in after a brief public interview before the board. Marchese was the former director of management and research for the Suffolk County Department of Health Services as well as the former Huntington Town Director of Finance. Marchese, who had been interviewed once before in executive session, seemed excited about his new position. “I’m looking forward to working here,” he said. Southampton’s new comptroller

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New Attorney For Surf Lodge By Rick Murphy

The plot thickens. The Surf Lodge in Montauk has already gotten more ink than Tim Tebow, and that’s probably not going to change soon now that the owners, Edgemere Montauk LLC, have hired a new attorney, Thomas Horn Jr. The move comes amidst a sharp up tick in the rhetoric from both sides, and an increasingly hostile relationship between East Hampton Town Justice Catherine Cahill and Colin Patrick Astarita, who represented the Lodge until Monday.

You Have So Many Pit Bulls! By Ed Fritz

Of the four to five million dogs and cats euthanized in our country’s shelter system it is estimated that one million of those animals are dogs labeled pit bulls. Shelter’s report anywhere from 40 to 60 percent of their admissions arepit bull type dogs and because of the negative image, they often are at the shelter longer because many people are scared. If I didn’t know anything about dogs beyond what I read and hear in the news, I would be afraid, too. Fortunately, for me, I have worked with, and been around hundreds of pit bulls, including dogs rescued from the Michael Vick property. I’ve been around pits I know casually and socially and around hundreds of strange dogs at pit bull awareness events. Pit bulls are dogs; they have the capacity for love and forgiveness. They appreciate human praise, they want to receive affection. So, why are there so many pit bulls? The phrase conjures up different images. For many that image is one of the quintessential family dog; loyal, friendly, athletic, and approaches life with a vim and vigor that reminds so many of us of a fun loving childhood. For others, this image tends to portray one of toughness, and ‘cool’ machismo. It is the former that has been CONTINUED ON PAGE 28.

The wildly popular nightspot has drawn the ire of neighbors and the town since late May, when it started accumulating assorted violations – 686 in all. Critics nonetheless complained the town was taking it easy on the Lodge, and should have tried to shutter it altogether. Astarita has maneuvered through a lengthy court process, avoiding court appearances until the season ended and reportedly privately dis-

cussing settlements. It all fell apart on March 19, when an angry Cahill ordered both sides to proceed to trial. Horn is a familiar face around town hall, serving as the fire marshal and safety officer while pursuing his law degree. He also served as the head of the local CSEA union. When former Town Supervisor Bill McGintee tried to eliminate Horn’s job, the Sag Harbor resident filed a

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grievance and won his case. He was reinstated and given back pay. He has since retired. Most recently, he represented Town Natural Resources Director Larry Penny after the town attempted to discipline him. That case was subsequently dropped and Penny announced his retirement shortly after. Cahill allowed Horn to step in Monday and adjourned the court until April 16. “My challenge is to become well versed on the file,” said Horn, who noted the voluminous number of violations means a lot of preparation is in order on his part. “I hope to pursue a settlement and at the same time prepare for a trial,” Horn added.

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RICK’S SPACE Like A Virgin Oh My God. I mean, really. For those who don’t know who Tim Tebow is let me explain: yes, he is a football player, but he’s also best friends with God. So much so that every time he does anything, good or bad, he stops, drops to a knee, lowers his head into his hand and prays to You Know Who. This is now called Tebowing, and it is fad that has swept the country and probably everywhere where there is a God. God has, in return, been good to his pal Tim Tebow. Tebow won the

Heisman Trophy. Tebow led Florida to the national title when he played there. He was bigger in Florida than Anita Bryant, and kind of shares her politics, too. When he became a pro last year, Tebow, a quarterback, took over the starting job in Denver at midseason and led the Bronco’s to the playoffs. Why is this so startling? Because Tim Tebow sucks, that’s why. He’s a terrible quarterback. Good at praying, though. Tim keeps winning all these games, of course, because of God.

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God, obviously loves Tim just as much as Tim loves God, so God lavishes Tim with good fortune. For example, take Tim’s girlfriend. She is what heathens might call hot. Even though God made men and women more or less equal, he made very few as bountifully buxom as Tim’s girl. Let’s just say if her boat capsized she would be able to float from Miami to Cuba no problem – with Tim on her. I didn’t mean, on her in a sexual way, like “on top of her” would mean. In fact, at least to hear Tim tell it, they’ve never, umm, Tebow has never ah . . . consummated their umm, relationship the way most quarterbacks would do. Take Tom Brady of the New England Patriots. He holds the modern day record of impregnating two supermodels in a single season, a mark that will doubtless never be broken, especially if God starts making more quarterbacks like his

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friend Tim. Or take Big Ben Roethlisberger, who’s been accused not once but twice of physically forcing himself on women who said no to him. In Tim’s world, it’s a lot more likely women force themselves on him than vice versa. Oh yeah, God gave his friend Tim something else, too – a body like Adonis. He’s six-foot four, 236 pounds of sculptured good looks. Supposedly smart, too, though that one is open to debate. Having gone to Catholic School for 12 years, I was schooled in the finer points of praying. God never gave me squat, though, and it’s not that I haven’t tried befriending him. I used to have a nun who told us we could talk to God as a friend and he would hear us. I have spent the last 50 years doing this, and God hasn’t said one goddamn word back to me. I say stuff like “God, please let me find a pile of money in my laundry basket.” Nothing. “God, please let me stumble over a stack of 20s in my underwear drawer.” Nothing. What does all this have to do with anything? Tim Tebow just got traded to the Jets. That’s the New York Jets. That puts Tim very close to me, because I go to a lot of games. Of course, it’s not Tim I want to get close to; it’s his friend, God. I see the three of us hanging out, abstaining from sex, and just doing the things that real-guys-who-haveknockout-girlfriends-who-don’thave-sex-with-them do. Tim: Wanna get a cheeseburger? God: I don’t eat. Me: You don’t eat meat? God: I don’t eat anything. I’m God. Me: Not even a wafer? Me: God, while we’re having this little chat, could you give me a lot of money? The biggest challenge for Tebow in New York will be how he handles the wide receiver Santonio Holmes, who is a notorious sinner (and sleeps with everyone he can get his hands on, too). What if, it’s like the fourth quarter and the game is tied, and Holmes drops a throw from Tebow because he was eying up one of the cheerleaders? What if Tebow’s girlfriend goes up to Santonio and says, “I ain’t getting’ none from my old man . . . wanna get it on?” Will Tebow curse? Will God get mad? That wouldn’t be good for Santonio. I can only pray everything works out OK for my beloved Jets. One thing is certain -- my new buddy Tim has a $9 million contract. “Tim? Can you give me a bunch of money? Thanks, pal.” And thank you, God.


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In response to reader’s queries The Independent has been filing for information concerning the East Hampton Airport. The following questions were asked by readers and answered by Arlene Salac from the FAA External Communications department. She said, “If the airport adopts a restriction on helicopter operations after 2014, the issue will be whether the restriction is consistent with limitations under federal law. Those limitations continue to apply even after the grant assurances expire.” In other words, taking an airport improvement program grant (or not) makes no substantive difference in terms of an airport’s proprietary authority to restrict operations. Airports have limited authority to issue reasonable non-arbitrary and nondiscriminatory regulations that establish acceptable noise levels. She also said there are grant assurances in place that don’t expire until 2021. What would change in 2014, provided the town doesn’t take any more money from the FAA, would be that the agency wouldn’t sue the town should it seek to limit access to the airport by helicopter operators. Salac warned though, that the helicopter operators could file suit for access. In other words, the ball is in our court whether we take money or not. That said, from here it seems that a paltry $100,000 isn’t enough to tip the scales. In other words if we’re going to take money let’s get a lot of it! Another Call To Resign For the second straight week a local politician has

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Dear Editor, Is Councilman [Jim] Malone a Conservative? Charlie McArdle, Vice Chair of the Conservative Party, publicly chastised Councilman Malone, Leader of the Conservative Party, at a town board meeting, for not returning phone calls and disgracing their Party. Malone has earned a reputation

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been asked to resign. Last week, it was East Hampton Councilwoman Theresa Quigley, for referring to a group of Springs residents as Nazis. This week in Southampton, Marietta M. Seaman, a Republican has called on Jim Malone, a Conservative who ran on the GOP line, to resign for failing to keep a campaign promise to quit his day job and devote himself full time to his town board duties. This is not the first time the matter has been raised. For the record, Malone told The Independent during our editorial interview that he would indeed quit his “other” job – he works for the county. But it goes deeper than that – there have been rumblings in town hall that Malone is often unprepared, that he is making decisions without being versed about all the facts. That means the people are getting shortchanged, and the people of Southampton deserve better. Technically, being a town board member can be construed as being a part time job. In reality, though, they morphed into full time positions around here a long time ago as the scope of the job and the size of the budgets grew. So did their salaries. Malone shouldn’t have run, but instead he ran on a false premise. Unless he has an explanation, the honorable thing to do would be to step down. The Politics Of Outsourcing Randy Altschuler’s recent attack on Congressman Tim Bishop resonated in this office. Bishop barely beat Altschuler last year, and he did so by persistently attacking the challenger because he once ran a company,

of ignoring phone calls, emails, meetings and letters. My own repeated attempts have also gone unanswered. He works full time in the County Clerk’s office earning $68,000. He is an elected Councilman earning $60,000. A Conservative that is double dipping with taxpayer funded jobs. When he ran he promised to give up his County job, he has not. Hopefully rumors of making this man a judge are not true. Signing this as an individual, I hope the Republican Party also takes a stand. MARIETTA M. SEAMAN

Office Tiger, that outsourced jobs that could have been held by Americans overseas. Fair enough – we got that. But Bishop’s outsourcing sins have been glossed over, and he has ducked that side of the debate. Earlier this year Bishop said, “For years, I have been advocating an end to taxpayer subsidies for companies that outsource American jobs and new incentives for employers to bring skilled jobs back from overseas.” But his voting record says something entirely different. Bishop has voted for a number of bills that provided huge amounts of money used to create jobs in other countries. General Motors, for example, used millions of dollars from the government’s bailout package to expand overseas operation, and was upfront stating as much. In fact, before Bishop conveniently became the go-to opponent of outsourcing in Congress he routinely voted for bills that cost American workers their jobs, however unintentional the result was. Bishop was an avid supporter of the TARP bailout; where-in foreign banks were on the hook for a lot of massive debt incurred during the mortgage meltdown, yet U.S. taxpayers took all the risk. We are not endorsing either candidate yet — we did endorse Altschuler last year but we endorsed Bishop every other time he ran. What we hope is the two candidates debate the issues, and that Bishop stops pounding away on this Trojan horse. The fact is, during Bishop’s tenure thousands of Long Islanders have lost their jobs, and few of them can be blamed on Altschuler.

Solid Management Dear Mr. Murphy, T h e I n d e p e n d e n t ’s “ Wa r ” o n Councilwoman Theresa Quigley is so over the top, it is practically incoherent. Two “news” articles and what appears to be an editorial coordinated with the Democrat party represent an unprecedented attack on an elected official who has done nothing wrong other than to represent the taxpayers of East Hampton with passion and courage. What is particularly distressing to me is your apparent coordinated editorial

that incorporates the standard litany of Democrat talking points, that describe solid management practices for smart and efficient government, as dictatorial edicts. Moreover, efforts to bring some balance to the planning process and to try to restore elemental private property rights to taxpayers is predictably (and misleadingly) described as promoting wanton development. Your sentence endorsing Ms. Overby for manager of the Planning Department is so heavy handed that if I didn’t know better I would think it CONTINUED ON PAGE 16.


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was written by the Chair of the Democrat Party or, even Ms. Overby herself. The War on Theresa Quigley, as I am calling it, appears to be an attempt to intimidate, silence and destroy a strong Republican woman and elected official. Indeed, Mr. French’s abusive remarks regarding the Councilwoman show how incredibly fearful some men are when confronted with strong, principled women. To me, he has a very serious problem. I believe these strong-arm tactics and vicious words from a few in our community will not intimidate Ms. Quigley. I know as a Republican woman, this assault only gives all of us more conviction to continue, unapologetically, to fight for the principles of smaller and smarter government and, to return to the taxpayers, their constitutional rights and powers that have been egregiously eroded. CAROLE CAMPOLO EDITOR’S NOTE: The Independent strongly endorsed Theresa when she ran for her position. The Independent does not “coordinate” the newspaper’s content with any party or individual. We didn’t endorse Overby for “manager” of the planning department but rather to be the board’s liaison.

Talking Straight Dear Rick, Mr. Wilkinson worried that Councilpersons Overby and Van Scoyoc were “twins” last week, but the real twins were Wilkinson and Quigley, boasting that each knew more than the other about dealing with “subordinates.” They sounded like Annie Oakley: “anything you can do I can do better!” If it didn’t have such serious implications for town government, it would have been funny. But in fact, the treatment of professional department heads, attorneys and staff members as inferior beings worthy of discipline may well account for the fumbling, dysfunctional and anticommunity way in which so many town decisions have been made recently. Instead of getting objective advice from qualified professionals, it looks more and more as if the Supervisor and deputy are relying on intimidated “yes men” or rejecting advice from the few staff with guts to say what they think. We can only hope that another group they would like to treat as “subordinates,” the members of community advisory committees, who have nothing to lose by talking straight, will stick to their guns.

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Excited about the upcoming baseball season? How do you thing the Mets and the Yankees will do? Don Brown You bet I’m excited. I’m a diehard Mets fan. But I don’t think the Mets will do that well this year. I think they’re going to struggle from the lack of money to get a competitive pitcher. They need more stability in their rotation. Grace DeLeo I am definitely excited. I’m a Yankees fan even though I’m from Queens and should be a Mets fan. Back in the day the Mets were a great team. I remember when they won that series in ’69. I grew up watching baseball with my father and his brothers. Joe Lombardi Winter ends when spring training starts. The Yankees will do well but I’m not so sure about the Mets. I just don’t think their team is very good. I follow baseball online all year long, news about farm teams and trade rumors. It helps me get though the winter. Mike Graham The Yankees should do well. They always do. I’m not so sure about the Mets. If they have a team with good chemistry they’ll pull together. But what’s going on with them financially and the Madoff thing will definitely hamper them.

If so, the town’s autocratic leaders may yet be forced to listen to advice they haven’t commissioned in advance. Meanwhile, our sympathy to fellow East Hampton citizens on the receiving end of this abuse. JEANNE FRANKL

Contemptuous Air Editor, While I will not weigh in on the debate over whether Ms. Quigley should or should not resign from office over the latest round of public tantrums to take place by members of our town board, I will express my profound fatigue due to the simple, basic negativity from the same few board members. The contemptuous air which invariably exposes itself at some point during even the civilest of hearings is just exhausting. As a lifelong member of the community it is just embarrassing to see the soured and stone-like visages from week to week. The ill tempers hidden by good manners serves no one. The references to Nazis and Gestapo are simply taboo in any arena. They are the height of bad taste and ill tolerance. What disturbs me more and has had little “air time” is the comment made by a board member who clearly states, “I hate this town,” “I’m not even sure I want to live

here any more,” etc. This comment to me defines more clearly than any other the fact that some members of the board have no ability to govern fairly or without prejudice. I can only assess them to be bored, tired or feeling above it all. The issue of housing overcrowding inevitably causes this level of stress due to the fact that so many “have,” while so many “have not.” Invariably someone will turn it into a bias issue and that is unfortunate as this is not the case in general. America has long been blessed with the dream and reality of home ownership. The nature of this has changed and so has the culture itself. Outside influences from countries with long cultural histories of shared homes and co-habitations along with a death knell to the American dream by Washington and the financial institutions governing home ownership, have forced the United States to change the manner in which it dreams and lives. East Hampton has a long history of regulating and legislating its poor and middle class from the area. This must change! I believe that every homeowner has the right to a second living unit within the confines of his or her property, whether it be for the use of their young just starting CONTINUED ON PAGE 17.


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out or their elderly with no where to go. How many homes would not have been lost to foreclosure had the owner not had the ability to rent a small portion of the property to offset skyrocketing taxes, loss of work, illness, etc.? It is the right of each of these owners to a responsible, and respectful use in this manner. The current system allows some and not others. The current system is creating the anger displayed at these meetings. One of the undercurrents I am aware of from personal conversation is the anger is caused by a sense that someone is getting something they are not. Someone is getting away with something they wouldn’t be allowed to do. That is where the so-called spying begins. We need a board who will be committed to recognizing the wave of the future and the changes that must be made to keep our local families strong and intact. Right now and for the past couple of decades the changes have created hardship and driven them from our town. MICHAEL DICKERSON

Environmental Experts? Dear Editor, Rick Murphy declares in an editorial in The Independent last week, that Marguerite Wolffsohn is brilliant, as if expecting his readers to believe she is just because he says so. Mr. Murphy’s unsupported and exaggerated praise of this town planner demonstrates his ignorance and/or the political allegiance of the politicians that support Marguerite Wolffsohn. Mr. Murphy also heaps underserved praise on former natural resource director, Larry Penny. If Mr. Murphy had properly reported the story leading up to Larry Penny’s “retirement” by interviewing and reviewing the memos in town hall files he would have known that Mr. Penny had little choice but to “retire.” Had Mr. Murphy ever tried to contact Mr. Penny while he was director of natural resources he would have discovered that Mr. Penny’s answering machine allowed the caller about five seconds before the tape would cut out. Even if the caller was able to leave his name and number, Mr. Penny would rarely return the call. Two years ago I actually did get a return phone call from Larry Penny. During that call, I asked Mr. Penny his position concerning the town highway department dumping fill to make a four wheel driving ramp onto the small bay beach at the end of Mile Hill Road

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without first obtaining permits. Mr. Penny agreed driving on the narrow bay beaches was detrimental to the ecology of the beaches. He encouraged me to write a letter to the newspaper about it and the illegal ramp; which I did. I ran into Mr. Penny at the building department two months prior to his “retirement.” I asked him why he had given the green light for the highway department to keep dumping fill to sustain the ramp at Mile Hill Road when permits for the filling had never been obtained from the Army Corps of Engineers, the DEC and the town code. Mr. Penny responded that he did so because the former highway superintendent asked him to. The conversation breaks off leaving me wondering why Marguerite Wolffsohn

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and her staff of environmental experts ignore the situation. Back room politicians install straw men in government. Most of us remember how the previous institutionalized planning head, Lisa Liquori, was cast by her supporters as a brilliant planner. It is apparent that it is Maggurtie Wolffsohn’s turn to be the next hollow protagonist for the same scheming group -- a group that is behind the inaccurate and biased reporting and commentary like that published in the Independent last week. LAWRENCE J. KONCELIK JR. Editor’s Note: Lawrence Koncelik calling Rick Murphy ignorant is like Ashley Simpson telling Aretha Franklin that she is tone deaf; it’s like Bilbo Baggins telling Thumbelina she

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To The Editor, Re: Three Springs Teachers’ Children Get Free Tuition. Common practice? The utter arrogance shown is beyond the pale! This is not a private entity, but one that is paid for by the local taxpayer. If you do not pay, you simply DO NOT BELONG! This is just another example of how the public schools have shown themselves to be above reproach in everything they feel themselves entitled to. And at whose expense? Entitlements, CONTINUED ON PAGE 18.

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING, BUDGET VOTE AND ELECTION AMAGANSETT UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT TOWN OF EAST HAMPTON, COUNTY OF SUFFOLK, NEW YORK NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that a budget/public hearing of the qualified voters of the Amagansett Union Free School District, Suffolk County, New York, will be held at the Amagansett Union Free School District, 320 Main Street, Amagansett, New York, in said District on May 8, 2012 at 6:30 PM prevailing time, for the presentation of the budget document. AND FURTHER NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that said vote and election (Annual Meeting) will be on May 15, 2012 between the hours of 2-8:00 PM, prevailing time, in the gymnasium of the Amagansett School, at which time the polls will be open to vote upon the following: 1. 2. 3. 4.

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.

AND FURTHER NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a copy of the statement of the amount of money which will be required to fund the School District’s budget for 2012-2013, may be obtained by any resident of the District during business hours beginning May 1, 2012, except Saturday, Sunday or holidays, at the District Office, Amagansett Union Free School District, 320 Main Street, Amagansett, New York. AND FURTHER NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that petitions nominating candidates for the office of member of the Board of Education shall be filed with the Clerk of said District at the Business Office in Amagansett Union Free School District, 320 Main Street, Amagansett, New York, between the hours of 9:00 AM and 5:00 PM, not later than Monday, April 16, 2012 at 5:00 PM, prevailing time. Vacancies on the Board of Education are not considered separate, specific offices; candidates run at-large. Nominating petitions shall not describe any specific vacancy upon the Board for which the candidate is nominated. Such petitions must be directed to the Clerk of the District; must be signed by at least (25) twenty-five qualified voters of the District; must state the name and residence of each signer, and, must state the name and residence of the candidate. AND FURTHER NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that applications for absentee ballots will be obtainable during business hours from the District Clerk; completed applications must be received by the District Clerk at least seven (7) days before the election if the ballot is to be mailed to the voter, or the day before the election, if the ballot is to be delivered personally to the voter. Absentee ballots must be received by the District Clerk no later than 5:00 PM, prevailing time, on May 15, 2012. AND FURTHER NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that personal registration of voters is required either pursuant to §2014 of the Education law or pursuant to Article 5 of the Election Law. If a voter has heretofore registered pursuant to §2014 of the Education Law and has voted at an annual or special district meeting within the last four (4) calendar years, he/she is eligible to vote at this election; if a voter is registered and eligible to vote under Article 5 of the Election Law, he/she is also eligible to vote at this election. All other persons who wish to vote must register. The Board of Registration will meet for the purpose of registering all qualified voters of the District pursuant to §2014 of the Education Law at the Amagansett Union Free School District, on May 9, 2012, between the hours of 9:00 AM and 5:00 PM in the Amagansett School to add any additional names to the Register to be used at the aforesaid election, at which time any person will be entitled to have his or her name placed on such Register, provided that at such meeting of the Board of Registration he or she is known or proven to the satisfaction of said Board of Registration to be then or thereafter entitled to vote at such election for which the register is prepared. The register so prepared pursuant to §2014 of the Education Law will be filed in the Office of the Clerk of the Amagansett Union Free School District, 320 Main Street, Amagansett, NY and will be open for inspection by any qualified voter of the District beginning on May 10, 2012, between the hours of 9:00 AM and 5:00 PM, prevailing time, and each day thereafter and prior to the day set for election, except Saturday when it will be available by appointment, between the hours of 9:00 AM and 12:00 Noon and Sunday, and at the polling place on the day of the vote. The Board of Registration shall also meet during the said annual meeting at which time individuals may register to vote in subsequent annual and special meetings. Dated: March 19, 2012 Cheryl E. Bloecker, District Clerk Amagansett Union Free School District Town of East Hampton, County of Suffolk, State of New York


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paid for by taxpayers. And if you don’t ante up to their outrageous demands, they hold the education of the students hostage. They even go so far as to get the parents to side with them so as to ensure the education will not suffer. Well, enough is enough and if this is the straw that breaks the camel’s back, so be it. I don’t care what is “common” in other areas. It should NOT be tolerated in Springs. If any teacher wants to take advantage of having their child in our school, move to Springs or get a job in your own community. And while you’re at it, pay the taxpayers of Springs back for the freebie you thought you were entitled to. How dare this school think it’s ok to use even one penny of the tax dollars we pay for their personal benefit? WALTER NOLLER

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Gap-Toothed Bully Dear Rick, Every night David Letterman is given a massive podium to exude the most viral taunts of bullying. What once was a Letterman Late Night Comedy Monologue has deteriorated into repetitive grotesque bullying of . . . a Governor’s problematic weight; a former POW’s advanced age; facial imperfections of another, a failed marital history, etc, etc. All these targets of Letterman’s bullying have one thing in common – they are all Republicans! Letterman’s monologue became a “bullying tool” when it lost its humor, and became excessively cruel in nature. Most glaringly, is that none of his repetitive taunts are directed at Democrats. When was the last time we heard Letterman comment on the size of Obama’s ears? His personal dislike for Republicans shows itself immediately in his nightly monologues. It does not occur to Letterman that his

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A Pressing Issue To The Editor, I commend Rick Santorum’s vow to end America’s “pandemic of pornography.” One look around and one can see that we are no longer living in Bedford Falls but in Pottersville - that place so very far from A Wonderful Life. Temptations to sins of the

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flesh abound everywhere - from billboards, art, and newspapers to television, music and the Internet. Even the law encourages sexual depravity by its legalization of contraceptives, prostitution, abortion, homosexuality and same-sex marriage. Apart from abortion, pornography is perhaps the most pressing issue of our age. It is a big business that victimizes everyone including those who market and sell it. The Internet especially makes it possible for pornography to enter every home with the potential of corrupting whole families, including children. It is degrading, ruins family relations and leads to everything from incest, adultery, prostitution and violence to human trafficking and murder. Let’s get America off the boulevard of broken dreams. Pick Rick!!!! PAUL KOKOSKI


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It was a little bit science class and a little bit scav waste plant opinion. Spurred by a plan to privatize the town’s scavenger waste facility, the East Hampton Group for Good Government hosted a forum on wastewater last Saturday afternoon. GGG, a non partisan civic group, planned the event in an effort to offer background information that might help the community understand issues at the plant and evaluate arguments for and against the privatization of the plant. A seven-person panel comprised of environmentalists and business owners was present. Panelists included conservationist and town trustee Debbie Klughers, businesswoman Bonnie Krupinski, owner of the golf course next to the scav plant, Peconic Baykeeper Kevin McAllister, James Quackenbush of Quackenbush Cesspools, Jeremy Samuelson of the Group for the East End, Sag Harbor Village Mayor Brian Gilbride and Pat Schutte of Hampton’s Septic Services. Elected officials in attendance included East Hampton Town Supervisor Bill Wilkinson, town board members Dominick Stanzione, Theresa Quigley and Peter Van Scoyoc, East Hampton Village Mayor Paul Rickenbach and Suffolk County Legislator Jay Schneiderman. Samuelson led off the presenta-

tions, offering that while he doesn’t know what the town should do with the scav plant, the decision should be made against the backdrop of the broader issues relating to septic management in the community. Managing effluent is a basic need in a society, he offered, emphasizing a need to understand what is in the ground that could affect the quality of the aquifer. He pointed out that an agreement inked with the state calls for the town to monitor groundwater under the scav plant, and to amass data town officials have failed to do. McAllister spoke of the science of water movement. He reported that excess nitrogen in the groundwater has become a worldwide crisis. Locally, too much nitrogen can be attributed to septic waste. And while drinking water standards call for levels that won’t cause ill effects to humans the standard is much higher than the level at which the estuary is impacted. Like Samuelson, he believes community members need to take the time to thoroughly assess the issue and develop a comprehensive management plan. Klughers, the third voice from the environmental community, spoke of global issues. Krupinski focused on the scav plant. Reminding that it abuts the town’s landfill, she spoke of the plume underneath the dumps and CONTINUED ON PAGE 32.

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Jeremy Samuelson discusses environmental concerns at a forum on wastewater held by the East Hampton Group for Good Government.

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Free Tax Tips H&R Block is celebrating Client Appreciation Day on Friday at all offices throughout Long Island, offering free refreshments, giveaways and drawings as well as free tax advice and free Second Look reviews of 2008-2011 tax returns.

Relay For Life Relay for Life was successful in bringing Southampton a unique community spirit by joining together to gainfully fundraise for the American Cancer Society at Hampton 27 Salon and Sea Green Designs. In addition,

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Grape of Roth Winery, Cavaniola’s Gourmet Cheese Shop, Greek Bites Grill, Pennington Flowers, and Amazing Parties all donated, making the event a genuine celebration.The owner of Hampton’s 27 Salon is Bianka Lefferts. The owner of Sea Green Designs is Shannon Willey. For the second year, on last Friday Hampton’s 27 Salon donated 100 percent their services to our team. This year Sea Green Designs (next door to Hampton’s 27 Salon) offered raffles and donations. Team “Walk with Me” incorporates a group of remarkable women who are in their third year of raising funds for the American Cancer Society. In the past years they were top team producers and this year their goal is to earn $30,000. Raffle tickets are available in both Hampton’s 27 Salon and Sea Green Designs. Team “Walk with Me” is at the ending stretch of their relay with events planned for tomorrow, April 5 and 18.

DePersia Back To Court Realtor Charlotte DePersia, who pleaded guilty last December to driving while intoxicated for the second time in two years, reportedly violated probation and has been ordered to appear in court on April 10. At the end of last year, DePersia, 58, was sentenced to five years’ probation with drug, alcohol, and ignition interlock conditions and 840 hours of community service. The Suffolk County District Attorney’s office recommended the maximum one and one third to four year sentence at the time. According to the district attorney’s office, DePersia lost control of her SUV on November 27, 2010 and drove into the oncoming lane, colliding with a car on Montauk Highway in Bridgehampton. DA Tom Spota said the defendant deserved time in prison to protect the safety of motorists. At the time of the accident, she was on probation for a 2009 DWI. “The time has come when she should be spending some time behind bars,” Spota said in December. “She’s had her chance and yet she made the decision to drink and drive.” How DePersia violated probation will be revealed during the April court session. Until then, the records are confidential. K.M.


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Vered Gallery opens “Ray Caesar: Selected Works,” an exhibition of stunningly surreal Maya creations from the master of the medium. Caesar’s new body of work has a deep personal meaning for him as it touches on the hidden places in his psyche as well as reflects on childhood experiences. The exhibition will be on display Friday through April 30. The full exhibition is available for view online at www.veredcontemporary.com.

They Came To America will premiere at Guild Hall in East Hampton Saturday at 7:45 PM followed by a Q & A with director Dennis Michael Lynch. The film provides a look at the human and financial costs of illegal immigration, with a strong Hamptons presence throughout the documentary. Tickets are $15 and can be purchased at www. TheyCometoAmerica.com.

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WEDNESDAY 3•28•12 • A medieval exposition featuring Ross School eighth graders’ works will be at the school’s Ross Cafe at 4:30 PM. • Online genealogy is at the Amagansett Library at 3 PM and a Mac user group is at 6 PM. • Come to the East Hampton Library for a parent toddler workshop at 10 AM. ESL and pajama story time are at 5:30 PM. • The Montauk Playhouse offers integral yoga for $5 a class at 9:30 AM, free open gym from noon to 3 PM and girls high school volleyball clinic from 7 to 9 PM. THURSDAY 3•29•12 • The Montauk Playhouse hosts Mahjong at 1 PM. For those interested, call the Senior Nutrition Center at 631-668-1023. • Yoga with Eve Eliot is offered at the Springs Presbyterian Church from 8:30 to 9:30 AM. Also on Mondays. Class is $15. Bring a yoga mat and a large beach towel. Wear loose, comfy clothing. For more info visit www.springscommunitypc.org. • Pre-K tumbling/free play is at 11:30 AM and a free open gym is from 5 to 7 PM at the Montauk Playhouse. • A Weight Watchers meeting is at the Amagansett Library at 10 AM. The LEGO club meets at 3:30 PM. • The Jewish Center of the Hamptons in East Hampton hosts an afternoon meditation class from 4 to 4:45 PM every Thursday through May. Call 631-3249858 for more information. FRIDAY 3•30•12 • “Shake, Rattle and Roll” is at Amagansett Library at 10 AM. • Integral yoga for $5 a class is from 9:30 to 10:30 AM, a free open gym is from 11:30 AM to 3 PM and a free youth program for high schoolers is from 7 to 9 PM are at the Montauk Playhouse. • The Springs Presbyterian Church offers yoga class with Jane Umanoff from 8:30 to 9:30 AM for $15 a class. Bring your own yoga mat and a large beach towel. Wear loose comfortable clothes. • The Montauk Library offers AARP tax help from 11 AM to 3 PM. Also on Tuesday. SATURDAY 3•31•12 • The Montauk Playhouse offers free open gym from 9 AM to 2 PM, “Skills and Drills” soccer (for Kindergarten through second grade) from 2 to 3 PM and T-ball (for pre-Kindergarten through second grade) from 3 to 5 PM. • All are welcome to enjoy a three mile hike through Hither Woods coastal trail. Meet at the end of Navy Road in Montauk at 10 AM. Call 631-725-3367. • The East Hampton Library hosts a book group discussing Silent Night: The Story of the World War I Christmas Truce by Stanley Weintraub at 10:30 AM. “Creation Station” is at 11 AM and an author talk with Phil Keith is at 1 PM. • A Shakespeare discussion group is at the Amagansett Library at 10:30 AM. “Celebrate Families!” story and craft time is at 3 PM. SUNDAY 4•1•12 • Sunday story time is at the East Hampton Library at 1:30 PM.

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MONDAY 4•2•12 • The East Hampton Rotary meets weekly at Spring Close Restaurant at 341 Pantigo Road in East Hampton at 5:30 PM. Call 631-238-5257 for more info. • The Montauk Playhouse offers integral yoga for $5 a class at 9:30 AM. Also on Wednesday. • A 10 AM story hour is at the Montauk Library. Tai Chi is from 4 to 5:30 PM. • The Amagansett Library hosts Abs Plus, a $20 per session core workout, at 10 AM. Also on Wednesday. Call 631-267-3810 for more info. • “Twinkle, Twinkle Little Toes” is at the East Hampton Library at 11:30 AM. The poetry workshop meets at 5:30 PM. TUESDAY 4•3•12 • Dance Hampton Inc. (located at 15 Lumber Lane in East Hampton) hosts “Ballet Burn” today from 1:45 to 2:30 PM with Krystal. “Ballet Burn” focuses on posture and strengthening the core and enhances balance and flexibility as well as strength and control. Pay $10 per class or $80 for 10 classes. • “Book Babies” is at the East Hampton Library at 10:30 AM. • Studio Playhouse Community Theatre at LTV announces auditions for Lil’ Abner today and tomorrow from 6:30 to 8:30 PM at LTV Studios on Industrial Road in Wainscott. Singers bring sheet music. For more information call 631-537-2777 ext. 122. • A free senior walking club meets at 10:30 AM at the Montauk Playhouse. From 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM, there’s pre-K tumbling/free play. • The Amagansett Library hosts first story time at 10:15 AM and “Art Explorers” at 3:30 PM.

Southampton WEDNESDAY 3•28•12 • A senior stretch is at John Jermain Library in Sag Harbor at 12:30 PM and the Wednesday Evening Book Club meets at 7 PM to discuss The Lost Wife by Alyson Richman and to pick up The Help by Kathryn Stockett. For more info call 631-725-0049. • The Hampton Bays Public Library hosts yoga for every body at 6 PM for $5 a class and yoga with Peter Ames is at 10:30 AM for $10 a class. The latter is an hour and half long class. Chair yoga is also available from 1:30 to 2:30 PM. Bring a mat or towel to all classes. • The Hampton Library in Bridgehampton hosts Tai Chi ($20) at 9:30 AM, “Babies & Books” and Wednesday Book Club at 11 AM, basic Spanish at 4 PM and Intermediate ESL at 5 PM. Call 631-537-0015. • Yoga with Miss Annie, for ages three to six, is at Rogers Memorial Library at 4 PM. THURSDAY 3•29•12 • The Hampton Library in Bridgehampton hosts the 20th Annual Budding Authors reception from 10 to 11 AM. Basic ESL is at 10 AM, Mahjong is at 1 PM and “LEGO Mania!” is at 3:30 PM. • Disney’s The Jungle Book will be shown at Rogers Memorial Library at 6 Pm. Pizza dinner will be served. • “Early Risers” Book Club, today to discuss The Lost Wife and to pick up Walking the Bible, is at John Jermain Library at 9 AM. Spanish for beginners and story, songs and playtime are both at 10:30 AM. Scrabble games are at 2 PM, a teen writing workshop is at 5 PM and an English conversation class is at 7 PM. Call 631-725-0049. • Tai Chi is offered at the Hampton Bays Public Library from 1:30 to 2:30 PM. $5 per class.

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FRIDAY 3•30•12 • A Spanish conversation class is at the John Jermain Library at 10:30 AM and LEGO play is at 4 PM. 631-725-0049. • Zumba with Amanda is at 5:30 PM (for $5 a session). Please dress in comfortable clothing, wear sneakers with little or no tread and bring water. At the Hampton Bays Public Library. Call 631-728-6241. SATURDAY 3•31•12 • Southampton Historical Society and Research Center hosts “The Unkechaug Indians of Eastern Long Island: A History with John Strong” at the Rogers Mansion at 2 PM. Donations will be accepted at the door. • Hampton Library hosts the annual Egg Hunt at 10 AM. Rain date is next Saturday. Story time is also at 10 AM and “Brooklyn Boomer: Growing Up In The Fifties” is at 2 PM. • All are welcome to a puppet show at Goat On A Boat Gallery on Union Street in Sag Harbor from 11 to 3 PM. • “Get Ready to Babysit” is at the Rogers Memorial Library from 10:30 AM to 1:30 PM. Hands-on activities and course certification are included. 631-283-0774. • The “Craft Club” meets at 2 PM at the John Jermain Library. Call 631-725-0049 for more info. SUNDAY 4•1•12 • “Green Garden, Green City: Modeling Environmental Sustainability and Stewardship,” hosted by the Peconic Land Trust, is at Bridge Gardens in Bridgehampton at 1 PM. • John Jermain Library’s Wonda Miller will provide computer support and assistance with homework and research as well as a weekly story time for families at 2:30 PM. • French conversation with Cecile is at 2:30 PM at the Hampton Library. • Sunday service for all ages is at 10 AM at the Community Bible Church on Noyac Road. Worship music by CBC Band and the bible teacher is Pastor Doug Kinney. There is nursery care for infants to age four available as well as a junior church for kids ages five and older. MONDAY 4•2•12 • Hampton Bays Assembly of God hosts a Palm Sunday worship service at 10:30 AM. Call 631-7231847 for more info. • Rogers Memorial Library hosts “Me and My MP3” from 11 AM to 1 PM. One of two sessions. Bring a favorite CD to copy and valid library card. $35 materials fee. Paper bead workshop is at 4 PM for kids age seven to 11. Bilingual story time is at 5:30 PM. Dinner will be served. Call 631-283-0774. • “Come Knit With Us” is at 1 PM at the John Jermain Library. Call 631-725-0049. • Pilates session is at the Hampton Library for $10 a class. Bring a mat. A philosophy discussion is at 3 PM and the bilingual book club meets at 1 PM. ESL conversations are at 5 PM. Call 631-537-0015 for more info. TUESDAY 4•3•12 • An immigration seminar focused on citizenship and naturalization is at Hampton Bays Public Library at 7 PM. Zumba fitness with Anastasia is at 5:15 PM. At 7 PM, there’s gentle yoga with Ellen. Both are $5 a class. Bring a mat or towel. The library also hosts board game days from 10:30 AM to 1 PM. Call 631-7286241 for more info. • The Triune Baptist Church in Sag Harbor offers prayer service at 6:30 PM and bible study at 7 PM. Call 631-276-9439 for more info. • Children’s play time and “GED Language Math Review” are at the Hampton Library at 10 AM. “Writing

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About Your Life” is at 5 PM. $70 for six sessions. Call 631-537-0015 for more info. • “Teen Tuesdays” includes crafts, snacks and more at Rogers Memorial Library from 3:30 to 5 PM. • The John Jermain Library in Sag Harbor offers free tax return assistance from 10 AM to 1 PM. A workshop titled “Discovering a Sense of Place” is at 5:15 PM. $25 materials fee. Call 631-725-0049 to register.

North Fork WEDNESDAY 3•28•12 • All are welcome to a talk with New York Times bestselling author Sharon Kay Penman at the MattituckLaurel Library at noon. The Jamesport County Kitchen will serve a luncheon following the talk. Tickets are $18 per person. Call 631-298-4134 for reservations. The library also will start a six week Pilates session at 6 PM. Bring mat and water. $40 for Mattituck-Laurel residents, $65 for out of district. Bridge games are from noon to 3 PM. • “Get Crafty” is at Riverhead Library at 4 PM. “Eat Less, Move More” is at 6 PM. • Wii Wednesdays at the Southold Library from 4 to 5:30 PM. For kids in grades fourth, fifth and sixth. Refreshments will be available. • Scrabble games are from noon to 4 PM at Floyd Memorial Library. THURSDAY 3•29•12 • Captain Jerry McGrath presents a lecture/ slideshow on fluke fishing at 6:30 PM at MattituckLaurel Library. It’s free. For children, “Super Smash Bros. Brawl” is at 4 PM. “Bunnies, Bunnies, Bunnies,” live rabbits and stories for four and five year olds is at 1 PM. Call 631-298-4134 to register. • The Riverhead Library hosts two Internet classes at 9:30 AM and 6 PM. “My Grownup & Me” is at 12:30 PM and “Play Place” is at 10 AM. Call 631-727-3228. • Toddler yoga is at 10 AM at Floyd Memorial Library. FRIDAY 3•30•12 • Living Water Full Gospel Church presents its annual Easter Production, Behold the Lamb at the Living Water Theatre, 24 Shade Tree Lane in Riverhead today and tomorrow at 7:30 PM and Sunday at 3:00 PM. For more information or to purchase tickets visit the website at www.lwfgc.org or call 631-722-4969 ext. 203 or 204. • Cutchogue’s Castello di Borghese Vineyard offers “Cabaret & Wine” from 6 to 9 PM with singer, violist and cabaret artist Marguerite Volonts. Admission is free and wine is available for purchase by the glass or bottle. • Sholem Aleichem will be shown at MattituckLaurel Library at 1:30 PM. Canasta games are at 10 AM. • Scrabble games are at 1 PM at Riverhead Library. “Spring Fresh Floral Centerpiece” is at 6:30 PM and Mother Goose time is at 10 AM. • Snacks and a showing of Hop are at Floyd Memorial Library at 3:30 PM. SATURDAY 3•31•12 • The Riverhead Women of the Moose host a Spring Fling Dinner Dance at 6:30 PM. Menu includes turkey, mashed potatoes, vegetables, dessert coffee and tea. $18 in advance, $20 at the door. Call 631-779-2694 for more info and reservations. • Death Is A Relative Thing with author Holly Patrone is at Riverhead Library at 2 PM. • Baby bunnies and craft is at Floyd Memorial Library at 1 PM. • “Winemakers Walk Tours & Wine Tastings” is at Castello di Borghese Vineyard in Cutchogue at 1 PM. $20 per person. Call 631-734-5111 to make a reservation. CONTINUED ON PAGE b-12.


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Monday 4•2•12 Bag It The Ross School Green Committee presents a free screening of awardwinning documentary Bag It from 6 to 8 PM at the Ross School Senior Building Lecture Hall in East Hampton. For more info visit www.ross.org. The Lady Vanishes will screen at bay Street Theatre in Sat Harbor on Saturday.

“Ray Caesar: Selected Works,” is on display at Vered Gallery in East Hampton.

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OPENINGS Ray Caesar Ve r e d G a l l e r y o p e n s “ R a y Caesar: Selected Works,” an exhibition of stunningly surreal Maya creations from the master of the medium. Caesar’s new body of work has a deep personal meaning for him as it touches on the hidden places in his psyche as well as reflects on childhood experiences. The exhibition will be on display Friday through April 30. The full exhibition is available for view online at www. veredcontemporary.com. In Gallery II are works by Avery, de Kooning, Hockney, Kahn, Klein, Man Ray, Picasso, Porter, Slonem, Stella, Stern & more. Haim Mizrahi Artist Haim Mizrahi will display a new body of work at the Terry Wallace Galler y. An opening reception will take place Saturday from 4 to 9 PM. On Sunday, a poetry reading by local poets at 3 PM. For more info call 631-827-3902.

ONGOING Student Art Festival Part II Guild Hall in East Hampton presents “Student Art Festival Part II: Grades 9-12.” The exhibit is sponsored by Bridgehampton National Bank. The show runs through April 15. For more info visit www.guildhall.org.

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FILM Picture Show “The Picture Show” at Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor presents Hitchcock Weekend with a screening of The Lady Vanishes on Friday and Rear Window on Saturday. Show starts at 8 PM and tickets are $5 at the door. There is also a $28 dinner and a movie package at The American Hotel, Page at 63 Main, Dockside and Phao. For more info visit www.baystreet.org.

Pritam & Eames Pritam & Eames in East Hampton presents works by three East End Saturday 3•31•12 ar tists Linda Capello, Aubrey Grainger, and Karen Kluglein. The They Came To America show runs through May 22. For more They Came To America will information call 631-324-7111. premiere at Guild Hall in East Hampton at 7:45 PM followed by a Julian Voloj Q & A with director Dennis Michael Temple Adas Israel in Sag Harbor Lynch. The film provides a look at presents works by photographer/ the human and financial costs of writer Julian Voloj through April 14. illegal immigration, with a strong For more info call 631-725-0904. Hamptons presence throughout the documentary. Tickets are $15 EST–3 “EST–3: Southern California in New York,” Los Angeles Art from the Beth Rudin DeWoody Collection, is on display at the Parrish Art Museum in Southampton through June 17. For more info visit www.parrishart.org.

WORDS Sunday 4•1•12 Parrish Poets The Parrish Poets present Suggestivities, Synesthetic Happenings, Dystopic Zomba, and Think Pieces Thought Out Loud from 2 to 4 PM at The Parrish Art Museum in Southampton. For more info visit www.parrishart.org.

THEATRE Becky’s New Car Steven Dietz’s wacky yet insightful comedy, Becky’s New Car, serving up laughs along with life lessons, by the Hampton Theatre Company is at the Quogue Community Hall and running Thursday through Sunday. For more info visit www. hamptontheatre.org. Tuesday 4•3•12 The Heidi Chronicles The John Drew Theater at Guild Hall and The Naked Stage present a staged reading of The Heidi Chronicles by Wendy Wasserstein with lead artist Josh Gladstone at 7:30 PM.

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Second Shift performs at the Stephen Talkhouse on Friday. The Trevor Davison 10-piece swing band.

Deadline for submissions is Thursday at noon. Fax them to 631324-6496 or e-mail to Jessica@ indyeastend.com.

Big Band Swing Dance A benefit for the East End Arts Council will take place at 230 Elm in Southampton on Friday at 7 PM. The Trevor Davison 10-piece swing band featuring Allyson will perform. Tickets are $40 in advance and $45 at the door. For tickets call 631-377-3900. Fashion Show The East Hampton High School French Club is hosting its second annual Fashion Show to benefit The Retreat on Friday from 7 to 9 PM. For more information call 631-329-4130

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Long Island’s Best Join the Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation, ARF, Kent Animal Shelter, Long Island Kitties, North Fork Animal League, Riverhead Animal Shelter, SAVES and Yorkie 911 in a grand pet adoptathon, “Long Island’s Best!” a pet adoption expo scheduled for Saturday. The event will be held at the Polish Hall in Riverhead from noon to 5 PM. Refreshments for all will be provided as well as great giveaways, a dog training exhibition and free microchipping for all adopted animals. Admission is free and all are welcome. For further information please visit www.arfhamptons.org or call 631-537-0400 ext 207

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Wolffer Estate Wolffer Estate Vineyard in Sagaponack hosts “Candlelight Fridays” every Friday from 5 to 8 PM with live jazz music. This Friday, Clinton Curtis. For more info visit www.wolffer.com. Phao Phao in Sag Harbor will have music by DJ Rewind and DJ Matty Nice alternating Saturday nights at 10:30 PM. For more info visit www. phaorestaurant.com. The Jam Session Page at 63 Main presents “Live Jazz Concert Series: The Jam Session” on Thursdays from 7 to 9 PM. For more info visit www. thejamsession.org. Harbor Grill Harbor Grill in East Hampton will host live music performances every Saturday from 7 to 10 PM. Different musicians will take the stage each week to ensure a variety of music styles. For more info call 631-6045290.

Early Childhood AGES 6 AND UNDER Music and Movement / Ages 2 & under A class for children and caregivers. Creative Explorations / Ages 3–5 Foster imagination, curiosity and intellect through play and exploration. Sports Camp / Ages 4–6 Tennis, Rugby, Soccer, Basketball, Baseball, Golf.

Stephen Talkhouse Friday at Stephen Talkhouse in Amagansett it’s Mick Hargreaves & The King Guys at 10 PM and Saturday Second Shift takes the stage at 8 PM followed by The Bedfrys at 10 PM. For more info visit

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Gurney’s Inn Gurney’s Inn in Montauk provides year-round entertainment. Friday and Saturday night there is DJ Dancing with hits from the 60s to today. Thursdays at 9:30 PM is karaoke with Jim and Nancy. For more info call 631-668-2345. Open Mic Night Every Wednesday Johnny B hosts an Open Mic Night at the Quogue East Pub from 9 PM to midnight. Sign up is at 8 PM. For more info call 631-653-6677. Buckley’s Wing Night Buckley’s Inn Between hosts its Famous Wing Night each Thursday from 10 PM to 1 AM. $15 will get you all you can eat wings and all you can drink Miller Light. Music by DJ Pauly and Beer Pong. Southampton Publick House Don’t miss ladies night at the Southampton Publick House every Wednesday in the taproom with music by DJ Brian at 9:30 PM. Includes $3 drafts, wine and Svedka specials. Monday Night Madness in the taproom includes $5 burgers, $4 pints, and wing and jalapeno popper specials. Also not to be missed is the Publick House all night happy hour on Friday from 4 PM to midnight with DJ Dory at 10 PM. On Saturday DJ Brian Evans spins Hamptons Classics at 10 PM. Monday through Friday happy hour is from 4 to 7 PM. BIRTHDAY PARTIES

SPRING BREAK KID’S CLUB

Monday, April 9 - Friday, April 13 9 AM - 12 PM • Ages 2-12 Members $30 day • $125 week Non Members $40 day • $175 week

Includes healthy snack, lunch, beverage, and 20 tokens per child. Spring Planting • Bird Feeders • Relay Races & Kick Ball • Flower Picture Frame & Rock Painting www.hamptonkids.org (631) 537-4614 • 175 DANIELS HOLE ROAD • WAINSCOTT

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Cuvée Bistro & Bar Cuvée Bistro & Bar in Greenport is making restaurant week every week. The restaurant is offering a three-course prix fixe from 5 to 6:30 PM every night. The cost is $25, plus tax and gratuity. For more info call 631-477-0066. Art of Eating The Excalibur Society has honored John Kowalenko of Art of Eating Catering in Amagansett with an Excalibur Award for Hospitality and Service Excellence. Kowalenko was nominated for his charitable nature and work for not-for-profits including East End Food Pantry Network and Group for the South Fork. He was

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The Clam Bar The Clam Bar in Amagansett is now open Friday through Sunday from noon to 6 PM, weather permitting. For more info call 631267-6378.

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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 PIANO CLEARANCE Grands and Uprights, Mint condition. Free delivery and tuning. Call Mike at Piano Barn, 631-726-4640 30-1-31

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

excavation / drainage company. Call Keith Grimes Inc. 631-537-242427-4-30 INDUSTRIAL MECHANIC General equipment repair / maintenance. Full time, year round, Call Kieth Grimes Inc. 631-5372424. 27-4-30 GARDEN BUSINESS - Needs gardener with a drivers license, experience and bilingual. Call 631-329-3784. 29-4-32

Automotive ALL RUNNING VECHILES WANTED $500-$5000 Top dollar for junk cars BLAZER TOWING 631-399-5404 DMV# 7107372 27-8-34

HAINES INSURANCE AGENCY ALIENTO CLASSIC TEAK KETCH FOR SALE-The Aliento is a 50-foot LOA, 20-ton William Garden porpoise design, teak sailing ketch. A world cruiser with classic charm. Blessed with ample deck space, room for six to sleep, all teak salon and galley, and plenty of storage. Aliento “Breath of Life”. aliento@optonline.net. www.alientocharters.com PH: (631) 267-6817· 631-329-1029. Asking $50,000. All reasonable offers considered. UFN

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Has the following positions open:

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ALL VEHICLES WANTED $$$ Running or Not $50 to $5,000

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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. 29-4-32

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EXPERIENCED TRUCK DRIVERClass A or B, CDL. Driving for

PHC & LAWN TECHS NEEDED Experience & drivers lic preferred. NYSDEC 3A lic & bilingual a plus. Growth potential available. 631287-6100 or rsatree@optonline.net 30-2-31

SUPERINTENDENT/MAINTENANCE PERSON-Looking for a trustworthy and reliable person to live on property from April to October for a resort in the town of East Hampton. This is a seasonal full time position with salary. Applicant must possess knowledge of basic electric, plumbing, lawn maintenance and the running of a large property. Previous experience required and applicant must speak and understand English. Please email a resume or your info to villaproperty@aol.com 29-2-30

Seeking Service Coordinator/Dispatcher for high volume IT Managed Services firm in East Hampton. Applicants must be professional and courteous, reliable and dependable and extremely organized to excel in this fast moving, multi-tasking office. Applicants with knowledge of digital data based ticketing systems will have a significant advantage in the selection process. Email resume to jobs@jlack.com. No calls please. 29-4-32

EXPERIENCED CLASS A DRIVER-Needed on the East End. Year round position, pay is based on experience. Immediate opening available. Please call Butch Payne at 631-537-6882 30-2-31

BRENTS GENERAL STORE Join our team! Cashiers, Counter help, Cooks, Experience helps. Can train! Call 631-267-3113 30-1-30

EXPERIENCED RESTAURANT KITCHEN STAFF Race Lane Restaurant is looking to hire experienced staff for the following kitchen positions: -Line cooks -Experienced grill cook -Prep cooks Please call 631-324-5022 to schedule an interview 30-4-33

PLUMBER-SERVICE AND RENOVATIONS Excellent salary, benefits, medical, dental, 401K, commissions. Career opportunity in Southampton area. Confidential interview. Call Tracy at 631-283-9333

HELP WANTED Financial Banking CAPITAL ONE BANK

is Hiring Full-Time Tellers in our Greenport and Shelter Island branches! We are seeking customerfocused tellers to greet customers in lobby, drive-thru and on phone, process transactions, identify and refer sales opportunities to Relationship Bankers, and deliver a quality customer experience for every customer, every time! Must have high school diploma, GED or equivalent certification and at least six months of work experience. Apply now at www.capitalone.com/ careers: Greenport Full-Time Teller Req. # 714114; or, Shelter Island Full-Time Teller Req. # 713643. 30-1-30

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WANTED Exclusive East Hampton

Village Inn: Line Cooks, Housemen, and Housekeepers. Full and Part time positions available. Excellent pay and great work environment. Please send resume or contact information to theinndog@gmail.com or fax, 631-324-9793 28-4-31

PIZZA MAKER Looking for an experienced hardworking pizza maker. Business is located in Montauk. full time/part time. Please email resume to pvmontauk@aol.com and call Mike at 631-860-4272 28-4-31

Health Services LIVE-IN AIDE SERVICES All Aides are N.Y.S. Certified,carefully screened, trained, bonded, insured and supervised by registered nurses. Transportation provided for aide to and from resident’s home.

631-369-5500

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Coming Soon Bully (R ) The darling of the Sundance Film Festival is destined to forever more be shown in schools all over the world. Lee Hirsch’s stunning

documentary follows five families through the school year, including two that have lost children to suicide. Each of the kids was the target of bullies. The camera goes inside their homes, classrooms, and lives, and flushes out the physical and psychological repercussions of living life in fear.

New In Theaters The Deep Blue Sea (R ) A tour-de-

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New On DVD The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo * The American version of the Swedish film is even better, thanks to an amazing performance by Rooney Mara, who was nominated for and probably should have won the Best Actress Oscar. If you haven’t seen it, do so at once – but put the little ones

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Now Playing The Hunger Games (PG-13) Suzanne Collins’ wildly successful novel comes to the big screen courtesy of director Gary Ross (Big, Dave) and it is easily the most wildly anticipated movie of the year – tickets were selling out in advance in Manhattan. Jennifer Lawrence (Winter’s Bone) gets the coveted role of Katniss Everdeen and she’s sensational. Liam Hemsworth, Elizabeth Banks, and Woody Harrelson co-star. Yes, that’s rocker turned actor Lenny Kravitz you see on the screen. It’s a muted version of the novel, but nevertheless a must-see.

Classifieds CONTINUED FROM PAGE b-15. tenance, trees, bushes, flower gardens. Sod/Seed lawns. Brick, bluestone, patios, walkways. Driveways, grading / drainage. 631-725-1394. 30-4-33 LANDSCAPE SOLUTIONS Spring cleanups, planting, weeding, pruning and maintenance. Call 631-445-8560 28-10-37

TREE SPECIALIST - Pruning, removals, stump grinding. Topping for views and sunlight. Seasoned Firewood. 725-1394. 30-4-33

Pets

ADOPT OR FOSTER BEN, 2 years young, handsome, muscular, large head, red nose, bully dog. Originally rescued with his litter mates which were all adopted. Still looking for a place to call home. House broken, crate trained, up to date with shots. Visit www.rsvpinc.org. Call R.S.V.P. (631) 728-3524. Sponsored by ELLEN HOPKINS

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FOR RENT COMMERCIAL OFFICE OR RETAIL SPACE 750 SQ FT to 3000 SQ FT. Prime location in North mall. 96 Old Riverhead Road, Westhampton Beach. Eastland Reality, 516-807-5011 27-4-30

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SPEONK AUTO REPAIR SHOP LOCATION FOR RENT Approved by town of Southampton. 2000 sq. ft., 17 feet high, ready to move right in. Office, bathroom, 12’x14 electric overhead door, 200 amp 3 phase electric, lighted parking lot. One months rent, two months security. References. $1800 a month, Call 631-287-1618 29-4-32

WESTHAMPTON BEACH PRIME 1450 Sq.Ft. Facing WHB Performing Arts Center. Priced to Lease NOW $2950mo. Also 600Sq.Ft. Adjacent Space Available $1800mo (can combine). Upscale Historic Bldg. Abundant Parking Boat Moorage Available $98Ft. for season 914-318-8011 30-1-30

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FOR RENT RESIDENTIAL NYC “apartment” at the Beach. Small house with studio available immediately,1 bedroom, 1 bath. Big yard with decking Electric heat, washer dryer and dishwasher very close to maidstone beach and great eateries. $1800 a month.516353-7659 29-2-30

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

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 29-1-29

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

Br, 1 Bath, Large Country Kitchen with 1 Car Garage. Asking: $585,000.00. K.R.McCrosson Real Estate 631-725-3471 30-4-33 RIDGE OFFICE COMPLEX Builder going bust. Reduced another $100,000 to $540,000 as is. WORTH OVER A MILLION. Completely furnished 80x27 building on 3 acres. Zoned J4 business and town said 3 more similar buildings could be built on this property. Ideal for lawyers, doctors or daycare center. 1001 Middle Country Rd just north of William Floyd Pkwy. CALL RON 631-948-3652 27-6-32

REAL ESTATE FOR SALE SAG HARBOR VILLAGE-4 BR, 4 Renovated Bath, CAC, Custom Kitchen. On Private 1/2 Acre, Rm for Pool-Reduced to $589,000 Exclusive: K.R.McCrosson R.E. 631-725-3471 28-4-31 2 FAMILY - 3Br. 2 Bath and 1 Br. 1 Bath, CAC, walk to Main St. School and beach. Asking $899,000.00. Exclusive: K.R.McCrosson R.E. 631-725-3471. 28-4-31 www.indyeastend.com www.indyeastend.com www.indyeastend.com www.indyeastend.com

DELIVERY SERVICE– Need items, small furniture, publications, boxes, etc… delivered? North and South Fork area. Call Eric for firstrate service and reasonable rates. Excellent references. www.portlimotrans.com. Call 516-776-7074.ufn LANDSCAPE HOME SERVICES-Indoor, Outdoor plant care, watering, property management and house watching. 631-445-8560 Call 28-10-37

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WATER VIEW-1 Bedroom orstudio apartment. In Hampton Bays, partially furnished. Very reasonable. Call 631-7643834 26-4-29

Services

PRIMELINE MODULAR HOMES, INC. Builders of Customized Modular Floor Plans that Fit Within Your Budget. Licensed & Insured. Locally Owned Since 1993. Steve Graboski, Builder Amagansett, N.Y. 11930

Tel: 631-267-2150 Fax: 631-267-8923

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WORLD CLASS Companion/Gal Friday — Organized, Educated, Sensible, Cheerful. 631-9074097. UFN CERTIFIED CNA-5 years experience, Seeks job to work with elderly. 24 hour homecare. Call Karen at 646578-3061 30-4-33

SUMMER RENTALS SOUTHAMPTON Water front cottages for rent. 3 Bedrooms and 2 bedroom. Weekly and monthly rentals available. 631-287-9600. Southamptoncottages.com 26-4-29

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Miscellaneous SAG HARBOR-NEW TO MARKET: Charming 100 yr. Old Farm House on Half Acre. 3

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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East Hampton Town ZIPCODE 11930 - AMAGANSETT ZIPCODE 11937 - EAST HAMPTON

ZIPCODE 11954 - MONTAUK Riverhead Town ZIPCODE 11792 - WADING RIVER ZIPCODE 11901 - RIVERHEAD ZIPCODE 11931 - AQUEBOGUE ZIPCODE 11933 - CALVERTON Shelter Island Town ZIPCODE 11964 - SHELTER ISLAND Southampton Town ZIPCODE 11932 - BRIDGEHAMPTON ZIPCODE 11942 - EAST QUOGUE ZIPCODE 11946 - HAMPTON BAYS

ZIPCODE 11959 - QUOGUE ZIPCODE 11962 - SAGAPONACK ZIPCODE 11963 - SAG HARBOR

ZIPCODE 11968 - SOUTHAMPTON

ZIPCODE 11976 - WATER MILL

ZIPCODE 11977 - WESTHAMPTON ZIPCODE 11978 - WH BEACH Southold Town ZIPCODE 11935 - CUTCHOGUE ZIPCODE 11944 - GREENPORT ZIPCODE 11948 - LAUREL ZIPCODE 11952 - MATTITUCK ZIPCODE 11956 - NEW SUFFOLK ZIPCODE 11957 - ORIENT ZIPCODE 11971 - SOUTHOLD

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Gerrard, J

Maytin, M

640 Old Stone Hwy

Halloran Jr &Ireland Swanson, E & J RichmondVenturesFour Free, A Eyre,R & Pantaleon,F Schreger, I Concu, S Gallagher, K Talmage LaneVentures

Field,Dwyer &Edwards Massello, A Georgopoulos, S & T Taffuri, K Jennie Trail, LLC Stern, E Heffernan,Megginson& Deutsche Bank Nat Florida CIS EH LLC

485,000 683,500 1,575,000 502,500 640,000 1,500,000 395,000 470,876 1,900,000*

128 Tyrone Dr 142 Underwood Dr 3 Old Hollow Ln 42 Gardiners Ln 47 Long Woods Ln 63 Copeces Ln 6 Woodcock Ln 36 Bonac Woods Ln 46 Talmage Ln

Savage, B

G&R Developmental Co

945,000

155 W Lake Dr

Long Island One RE Grodski,J & Maiman,R Magliulo, J

Richert&GalanteHeirs Indusi,J & Solak,M Pitsiokos, P & T & G

115,000 213,500 1,000*

33 Long View Rd 40 Breezy Point Rd Hidden Pheasant Path

Main Road Holdings Trout Brook Lane LLC Island Construction

Route 58 LLC by Tr Page, A King, R & J

2,000,000 280,000 119,000

96 Main Rd 25 Trout Brook Ln 203 Union Ave

Silverback Holdings

Waugh, E

535,000

53 Beach Ave

Yakaboski, M

McGuire, T by Admr

117,000

1656 Sound Ave

Anderson III, W

Foster, G

275,000*

6 C Ram Island Rd

MCMV Holdings LLC

Sadowsky, J

900,000

147 Sea Farm Ln

Jones, R Horowitz, S & P

Doyle, J by Exr Nikifor,O & Trust

376,000 199,500*

2 Gleason Dr 7 Sandpiper Ln

LJ Equities LLC Hartmann II, A & J S. Pryzby Inc Kidd Construction Co 19 Fortune CookieLLC

Pugsley,R&R &Hall,G Hurley, K & F Goals and Benefits Goals and Benefits Goals and Benefits

200,000 290,000 150,000* 150,000* 150,000*

33 45 26 27 19

Amato, C QuoguePasturesRealty

CRK LLC Picket, C & K

400,000* 707,500*

69 Old Depot Rd 9 Arbutus Rd

Stanton, J Sheffer, J

Thorne, N & M Bradley, A

4,940,000 3,850,000

192 Parsonage Ln 98 Daniels Ln

Aliotta, A AllianceEquityPrtnrs Beeton&HubbardBeeton 172 Redwood Road LLC

Caraballo, A & M 104 Brick Kiln LLC Doherty, M Alexander, A by Exr

511,000 1,155,000 725,000 1,600,000

36 Partridge Dr 104 Brick Kiln Rd 8 Dartmouth Rd 172 Redwood Rd

Cascino, A & L Kuettner Jr, W Goldman, J&S Trust Albright, I

Licho, R Anderson, M Primrose LLC Halsted&FowlerHalste

487,500 1,400,000 1,750,000 3,600,000

36 Bay View Rd 151 Cold Spring Point Rd 44 Cold Spring Point Rd 534 Wickapogue Rd

CSP Water Mill LLC O’Brien, S Mabley,W & Handler,J Wassong, D Wassong, D

Nederlander, J Seigerman, H Seidell,K Receiver Plotkin, L Sunset Trust No.2

2,250,000* 840,000 400,000* 1,281,000* 6,719,000

1800 Deerfield Rd 10 Farmstead Ln 345 Montauk Hwy 1254 Flying Point Rd 1265 Flying Point Rd

Jagger Investors LLC

Castle Quality Homes

2,394,000

33 Jagger Ln

Carter, N WesthmptnCountryClub IslandSurfCommercial

Oakland Farms Inc Benincase, M & D 49 Sunset Co by Ref

450,000* 562,500 900,000

Jeffrey Lane 52 Lilac Rd 49 Sunset Ave

Nolan,G & Davis,R

Nolan, K A

325,000

780 Holden Ave

Krall, M & D Realty 3-515 LLC Anderson, R & V

St Mark, J Hunton, L by Exr Meyers, M

592,500 240,000 650,000

Stirling Cove 515 Wiggins St 143 Sixth Street

Fortner, P & V

Emanuel Development

1,170,000

60 Laurel Ct

Errico, T Lotito, A & S

Mihalios, J & L Glowacki, M by Exrs

1,940,000 375,000

640 Lloyds Ln 2020 Marlene Ln

Gravel Hill Rd Palo Alto Dr Fortune Cookie Ln Fortune Cookie Ln Fortune Cookie Ln

McNamara, B & L

Toro, C & S

550,000

230 Kouros Rd

Sno-Bo LLC

Indianrock Realty

3,500,000*

26659 Route 25

Soundview Ave LLC Vivinetto, R & A

Ueland, A Wickboldt, R & K

530,000 560,000

20845 Soundview Av&15.002 2595 Wells Ave

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Quawksnest Reportedly Sold Historic house. Stunning sunsets. Manicured lawns rolling down to the sea. Forty or fifty million easy, you say? Not on the other fork, where prices are fair (and there aren’t many phony-baloneys, either!)

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Once described as the “quintessential North Fork bayfront estate, “Quawksnest,” on Cutchogue’s most desirable, south-facing private beach, has reportedly been sold. Daniel Gale, Sotheby’s International Realty, announced it was the listing agent for the recently closed deal. The listing price was $6.5 million. According to listings, the estate was named after the call of the night heron. Quawksnest was fully restored and featured impeccable interior design by noted New York City designer Bunny Williams. There is an original brick icehouse on the

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property, and the barn was converted into an office and media room. The splendid home is one of the few remaining examples of this style of summer estate on the North Fork. Daniel Gale Sotheby’s Louisa Hargrave was the listing agent. The brokers said the selling price was a record for a North Fork residential property.

Newly Hired Agents Brown Harris Stevens has some new faces -- seven new agents: Mary Terry, in the Southampton office on Main Street; Alfredo Merat, in the Sag Harbor office;

For Sale Winterberry Lane Talmage Woods – Springs, East Hampton Located on a cul-d-sac on a private road in the Talmage Woods section, this bright and airy four bedroom, three bath cedar shingled custom home on shy acre offers many upgrades. Huge open Living room with fireplace opens to Den with Vermont Castings wood burning stove. New granite kitchen anchored with professional grade six burner Wolf stove. Living areas and master bedroom open to 900 sq ft cedar deck with in-ground grecian L shaped pool. Jacuzzi in master ensuite. Skylights and ceiling fans abound with cathedral ceilings. Wide pine floors, three oversized garages with plenty storage/workshop areas. Separate entrance for private second master suite allows for this to be a wonderful multigenerational home as well as full height basement with walk out door. Underground utilities with generator back-up as a bonus. New 4” well and sprinkler/irrigation system. Private and lovely.

Reduced to $860,000 • Shown by appointment only Brokers protected/welcome 631-879-1899

Quawksnest in Cutchogue.

Stephanie Louise joining the Main Street, Bridgehampton office; and Edwin Geus, Jeanne Hutson, Roxanne Briggs and Richard Gherardi, all joining the East Hampton office. “The movement of experienced, highly respected agents to our company demonstrates the power of our brand and its reputation for excellence,” said Executive Managing Director Cia Comnas. “We are thrilled that these truly professional agents have chosen Brown Harris Stevens as their broker and are looking forward to increasing our numbers with more agents of such a fine caliber.” Licensed Insured

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WATERFRONT ..WATERFRONT Knockout 3-bedroom Cottage By The Sea in prime Dune Rd location with 80’ bay frontage and deeded ocean access. A transformed jewel, completely updated to satisfy the most demanding. $1,395,000

OCEANFRONT 2-bedroom condo at iconic Yardarm, The Resort on the Dunes. This professionally decorated eye-catcher features two full baths, full kitchen, spacious oceanfront deck, two pools, three tennis courts and a “members-only” private beach. $689,000

BEAT THE DRUM, SOUND THE TRUMPETS! We have a winner with this penthouse one bedroom pieda-terre with astounding water views from ever room! Includes private marina, pool and lush landscaping. Steps from Main Street shops and restaurants. Heat and RE taxes included in low maintenance. A steal at $350,000

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Scholarships Available The Horticulture Alliance of the Hamptons is sponsoring scholarships for qualified students through the Paul Karish Fund. Karish was a distinguished educator and a founding member of the Alliance. Graduating high school seniors and undergraduate students who are studying or plan to study horticulture are eligible for the scholarships, which range from $1000 to $2500. Applicants must live on Long Island, be a U.S. citizen and must demonstrate financial need. The deadline for submission is April 16.Application forms can be printed out at www.hahgarden.

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Communal Passover Seder Temple Adas Israel, Long Island’s oldest synagogue, will hold its annual Communal Passover Seder on Saturday, April 7, the second night of Passover, at 7 PM. A complete Seder service will be conducted by Rabbi Leon Morris and Dasee Berkowitz. It will be a celebration for all ages including traditional songs and a gourmet, Kosher for Passover dinner prepared by an accomplished private chef. During the meal, the story of the Passover exodus is told. Everyone is welcome to join in the singing

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of the familiar songs that make Passover a special time and in the re-telling of this story which is as relevant today as it was in ancient times. Seders on the first and second night begin the eight-day festival of Passover, one of the oldest festivals in the world. Most Jews celebrate the first Seder with family and friends; it has become customary for synagogues to hold congregational Seders on the second night. Members of the community are invited to attend, along with the congregation. The cost is $55 per person for members; $65 for non-members; $35 for teens and $18 for children four to 12. Seating capacity is limited; reservations will be accepted until Friday, space permitting, by calling the Temple at 631-725-0904, or emailing info@ TempleAdasIsrael.org.

Deans’ List Student Millicent Battle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John M. Battle of Sag Harbor, was named to the Winter Term 2012 Deans’ List at Choate Rosemary Hall in Wallingford, Connecticut. Choate Rosemary Hall is an independent secondary school enrolling 850 boarding and day students from 39 states and 46 countries. Petting Zoo Sag Harbor Garden Center’s 17th Annual Petting Zoo will be held

Pride Jazzy Power Wheelchairs • Pride Lift Chairs Oxygen • Certified Post Mastectomy Fitters Wheelchairs • Walkers • Orthotic / Braces Ostomy & Diabetic Supplies

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on April 7, from 12 to 2 PM. Bring the kids to meet the animals from Cornell’s Suffolk County farm. This is a free event brought to you by the Sag Harbor Garden Center, Variety Store and Chamber of Commerce. Hot dogs and beverages will be sold by local students in an effort to earn money to help repair the windmill on Long Wharf. The Sag Harbor Garden Center is located in the old train depot on Spring Street, 631-725-3345.

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Free Ice Cream In June The bad news is the Westhampton Beach store will not be participating in the Ben & Jerry’s Free Cone Day next Wednesday, because it’s closed for the season. The good news is the local store will have a summer party on June 20 that will include free cones. Email kennethschnabel3@ comcast.net if you’d like to receive email updates.

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Gentlemen (and Ladies) Start Your Engines! Back in the Fall, we talked about how to get the boat ready for a long, cold and dank winter While winter isn’t quite done with us, time and tide are on our side.

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As with any project, starting at the beginning is the best place to start and for “commissioning”, i.e., getting the boat ready for service, the beginning is the front of the boat. For those that trailer their boats, the front of the boat is the trailer. Who wants to go flying down Rt 27 and see their boat doing somersaults along the side of the road? How do you prevent that!? Well, start with the strap that comes out of the winch. Connected to the bow eye, it is the first line of defense. Pay out a few feet and make sure that there aren’t any frayed or torn segments. If there are, you will need to cut out that entire segment and re-attach the strap. If you aren’t sure how, and you need to be since this strap IS the first line of defense, get help from a competent mechanic or dock master. While you’re at it, why not spray the winch and all the moving parts with some penetrating oil. Pay out the entire strap if need be and re-coil it up so that you are sure you get a good covering of the moving parts with penetrating oil. Take a walk around the boat and be sure the binding straps are all equally in good shape. If not, replace them. As to the boat itself now, open the anchor locker and flake out the anchor rode (the line and chain attaching the anchor to the “eye” in the bottom of your anchor locker/your boat) and lay the anchor “on the hard.” Again, check the shackles for excessive wear as well as the rode itself. Replace or repair, as needed. No sense having the boat float away one day because the anchor rode wore through or a shackle pin gave out. Be sure that the navigation lights (red and green) are working. If not, take the bulb with you to the marine hardware store and replace it - plus spares. The gas is more expensive than a few extra bulbs. Your storage area(s) might be forward so open them up and ensure that PFDs, tools, etc, are all in good condition. Check that there is no standing water in the compartment. If so, the “limber holes” are clogged and the water can’t get to the bilge to be pumped overboard. Every ounce of weight that wasn’t on the boat when the boat was manufactured changes its centers of buoyancy and gravity. In heavy seas, that just might matter a whole lot. Next are the cockpit and the electronics. Disconnect them, spray them with some “white grease,” reconnect and test the gear. If a connector is corroded, replace it. This all will keep salt in the air from penetrating your electronics. If you haven’t checked the PFDs yet, do it now. Check your whistle, your horn, your flares - any and all safety equipment. Don’t forget your fire extinguisher(s). If it isn’t “in the green,” chuck it. Also, gently shake

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BTW, if you do have a trailer, check the tires and the lube the bearings. As with the engine grease, pump it in gently. Who wants to push out a seal? Reset the spark plug(s) in the engine before you put the cover back on - unless you are going to work on the prop. Some old models might start up when you turn the prop - and that will definitely ruin your Saturday. Once ready to start the boat, be sure it is in water! You need the coolant. It will smoke at first from the fogging oil you laid in the Fall but that will quickly pass. OK, there are surely more things to do but you are well on your way to heading out to the high seas - or at least on our bays and creeks. BTW, if you are interested in being part of USCG Forces, email me at JoinUSCGAux@ aol.com.

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CONTINUED fROM PAGE 10. someone with municipal finance experience,” he said. “He can hit the ground running.” Marchese, filling the vacancy left by former town comptroller Tamara Wright, described himself as a problem solver who can and will offer solutions to the town board. He said that bringing the town up to speed on new software systems is one of his biggest goals, with Throne-Holst adding that the current system is “a mess.” “I will either integrate all the departments into one of the current systems or bring in a new system,” Marchese said. Another important issue for Marchese right off the bat is staffing. Hiring a new deputy comptroller is high on his priority list, especially since the old deputy, Kathy Scott, left on March 15. Marchese assures that the deputy comptroller position is the major staffing change he would make. “I don’t want to make changes right away,” he said. “I want to work with everyone, to listen to everyone,” he added. “I will not present problems, I will present options and you will make a decision.” emily@indyeastend.com

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Green Bays Last Friday the New York State Commissioner of Education John King nominated Hampton Bays Middle School as one of only three schools in New York State to participate in the Federal Green Ribbon Schools program. Designed by BBS Architects and Engineers, the middle school is the first LEED-certified school in the state. Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design is a nationally and internationally recognized review system that verifies a building was designed and built using strategies aimed at achieving high performance in such areas of environmental health as sustainable site development, water savings, energy efficiency and materials selection. Established last year, U.S. Education Department’s

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CONTINUED fROM PAGE 7. recycling program be a success. “I’m really trying to see a greener Southampton,” she said. Reinvigorating the quality of life task force is another important issue for Scalera. “I’m really focused on the issue of housing,” she said. For Scalera, Southampton Town is entirely different, a place she described as “very unique.” “The fact that we deal with a very seasonal community as well as a year round community is unique,” she said. Scalera said that what makes

new Green Ribbon Schools program recognizes schools and school design that lead the nation in saving energy, reducing operational costs, and featuring environmentally sustainable learning practices and spaces. Expressing pride in the recognition, Roger P. Smith of BBS said, “The innovative, healthy and environmentally responsible Hampton Bays Middle school is the result of a very close collaboration among the local community, parents, Hampton Bays Union Free School District and the design team.” Winners in the competition will be announced on April 23, the day after Earth Day. K.M.

Southampton economically valuable is also what makes it most vulnerable. “That’s the challenge,” she said. Overcrowding is an enormous issue, according to Scalera. “I’m trying to find new ways to deal with that,” she said. “One of the things about government is that it seems like it takes forever to get anything done. I’m trying to be and make that more efficient.” The councilwoman also added that these are not “quick fixes,” but are still an essential priority. “So far it’s been an education process for me, but I’m enjoying it,” Scalera said. “I’m finding this to be a beautiful place to raise a

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Macgavin’s Single Malt Scotch All Types 750ML

24.99

$

Clan MacGregor Whiskey

18.

$

Mag.

99

Mag.

99

Dewars White Label .

Mag.

34. $ 28.99

$

99

Liter

Canadian Club .

19.

$

Mag

99

Seagrams 7 Whiskey

21.

$

Mag.

99

Southern Comfort

19.

$

Liter

99

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