NEWSDAY - July 27 - East Hampton Town officials said they are pursuing legal action against Tinder after a group related to the corporate entity threw multiple large parties at a rented Montauk compound and violated noise codes. Tinder employees moved out of the property Wednesday, two days before their lease was set to expire. "It's one thing for a family to have a party at their house. It's another thing for a corporate entity to rent the house and use it exclusively for the promotional purpose of throwing parties," said Town Attorney Michael Sendlenski. The party hosts did not have special-event permits, which are required for gatherings of more than 50 people.
by Rachelle Blidner
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