Weekly Round-up: Memorial For Cameron Nicholls and Twilight Fees

Top headlines from the week of June 25.


To start generating interest in the  at , the developers of the 58-acre district, cousins Mitchell and Gregg Rechler, officially opened a sales office with a ribbon cutting ceremony last Friday morning.


After violating her drunk driving and vehicular assault probation by drinking wine while out in Montauk, Charlotte DePersia was sentenced Tuesday to seven months and one week in Suffolk County Jail — but is expected to be released after four months due to state statute and time served.


The Shinnecock Indian Nation Tribal Trustees said they were "gratified" to learn on Monday that the United States Court of Appeals has tossed out a 2008 federal injunction that prevented the nation from moving forward on the construction of a 61,000-square-foot casino on land in Hampton Bays, known as Westwoods.


The Suffolk County Parks Department has decided not to charge a $4 twilight parking fee at Hampton Bays' ; however, it has instituted the fee its West Hampton Dunes Cupsogue and Shirley-based . 

5. Family, Friends Gather to Celebrate Cameron Nicholls' Life

One year after , 18, died in a tragic East Quogue car accident, family and friends gathered at a vigil Tuesday night to celebrate his life.

Carrying flowers and candles, friends and family stood before the fountain at the  —  the same spot where mourners held a , only days after Nicholls’ death.



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