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New East Hampton Town Committee Tackles Erosion Head On

CfAR would like to extend its thoughts and prayers to those who were, and continue to be affected by Hurricane Sandy. Although our town as a whole has been very lucky the last two years with Hurricanes Sandy and Irene not making landfall on Long Island, the shores of East Hampton and Long Island have suffered some major erosion and will inevitably continue to do so.
While CfAR respects the property owners along the shoreline and their rights to restore and protect their property, we strongly urge all owners and contractors performing work along the shoreline to apply to the proper agencies to obtain all the permits necessary to legally perform the work and to abide by the laws and regulations pertaining to construction along the waterfront. CfAR also strongly urges the town, state, and federal agencies to follow the Town LWRP, the town comprehensive plan, the town code, and any other laws or regulations that pertain to shoreline construction/replenishment when issuing work permits. While CfAR realizes that there may be cases of emergency where the work needs to be done immediately, CfAR hopes that all permits for that work will be applied for in a timely fashion, that the work being done is in compliance with the laws and guidelines governing our shorelines, and that all work performed and permits issued are done so in an open manner with the full knowledge of all agencies involved.
CfAR overall mission is to see the continued right of public beach access on East Hampton's shoreline. We hope that this is also a mission of the coastal erosion committee in its tackling of a comprehensive erosion plan." Feb 1, 13 3:04 PM

Residents To Vote Today On $25 Million Beach Rebuilding Proposal

CfAR would like to extend its thoughts and prayers to those who were, and continue to be affected by Hurricane Sandy. Although our east end towns as a whole has been very lucky the last two years with Hurricanes Sandy and Irene not making landfall on Long Island, the shores of East End and Long Island have suffered some major erosion and will inevitably continue to do so.
While CfAR respects the property owners along the shoreline and their rights to restore and protect their property, we strongly urge all owners and contractors performing work along the shoreline to apply to the proper agencies to obtain all the permits necessary to legally perform the work and to abide by the laws and regulations pertaining to construction along the waterfront. While CfAR realizes that there may be cases of emergency where the work needs to be done immediately, CfAR hopes that all permits for that work will be applied for in a timely fashion, that the work being done is in compliance with the laws and guidelines governing our shorelines, and that all work performed and permits issued are done so in an open manner with the full knowledge of all agencies involved.
CfAR overall mission is to see a continued right of public beach access on the east ends shoreline. We hope that this is also a mission of this proposed beach rebuilding." Feb 1, 13 3:10 PM

Oceanfront Residents Approve $25 Million Beach Rebuild

CfAR would like to extend its thoughts and prayers to those who were, and continue to be affected by Hurricane Sandy. Although our east end towns as a whole has been very lucky the last two years with Hurricanes Sandy and Irene not making landfall on Long Island, the shores of East End and Long Island have suffered some major erosion and will inevitably continue to do so.
While CfAR respects the property owners along the shoreline and their rights to restore and protect their property, we strongly urge all owners and contractors performing work along the shoreline to apply to the proper agencies to obtain all the permits necessary to legally perform the work and to abide by the laws and regulations pertaining to construction along the waterfront. While CfAR realizes that there may be cases of emergency where the work needs to be done immediately, CfAR hopes that all permits for that work will be applied for in a timely fashion, that the work being done is in compliance with the laws and guidelines governing our shorelines, and that all work performed and permits issued are done so in an open manner with the full knowledge of all agencies involved.
CfAR overall mission is to see a continued right of public beach access on the east ends shoreline. We hope that this is also a mission of this approved beach rebuilding." Feb 3, 13 11:03 AM