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One East Hampton board official is looking to make it a little bit easier to create legal rental apartments on existing residential lots, but not everybody's please about it. Actually, really just a former town councilwoman. The Independent runs through the tiff, noting how the former councilwoman is stressed "that apartments will spring up all over" and that the board member drafted the amendment "in secrecy." Those are quite the accusations! But it turns out the amendment was not drafted in secrecy and actually has some strict limits to apartment density per neighborhood. [Indy East End]