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$6 Million For 5 Acres A Waste For East Hampton, Critic Says

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East Hampton Town plans to pay $6 million to purchase two water front lots near Alberts Landing in partnership with a neighboring homeowner, who is kicking in an additional $3 million toward the purchase and is donating a third lot to the town.

East Hampton Town plans to pay $6 million to purchase two water front lots near Alberts Landing in partnership with a neighboring homeowner, who is kicking in an additional $3 million toward the purchase and is donating a third lot to the town.

authorMichael Wright on Jun 23, 2021
The proposed purchase of a parcel of bluff-front property on Gardiners Bay near Albert’s Landing was called and “extraordinary waste” of Community Preservation Fund money by a Springs resident who... more

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