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Affordable Housing Projects Proceed, With Hurdles Ahead

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East Hampton Town has begun planning to develop affordable housing at the former Triune Baptist Church property, though there are several hurdles to achieving the number of units the town had hoped for when it purchased the land and a neighboring property in 2019.

East Hampton Town has begun planning to develop affordable housing at the former Triune Baptist Church property, though there are several hurdles to achieving the number of units the town had hoped for when it purchased the land and a neighboring property in 2019.

authorMichael Wright on Nov 17, 2021
Plans for an affordable housing development in northern Wainscott face some potentially costly hurdles because of environmental and infrastructure needs. The use of two parcels of land East Hampton Town... more

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