Anger Builds At Springs Cell Tower Proposal - 27 East

Anger Builds At Springs Cell Tower Proposal

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Residents of the Springs neighborhood surrounding a wooded lot the town has proposed putting a cell tower on met on Monday evening to strategize how to most effectively oppose the project.

Residents of the Springs neighborhood surrounding a wooded lot the town has proposed putting a cell tower on met on Monday evening to strategize how to most effectively oppose the project.

Residents of the Springs neighborhood that surrounds land the town has proposed putting a cell tower on gathered on Monday evening to discuss how best to oppose the project.

Residents of the Springs neighborhood that surrounds land the town has proposed putting a cell tower on gathered on Monday evening to discuss how best to oppose the project. Kyril Bromley

Residents of the Springs neighborhood that surrounds land the town has proposed putting a cell tower on gathered on Monday evening to discuss how best to oppose the project.

Residents of the Springs neighborhood that surrounds land the town has proposed putting a cell tower on gathered on Monday evening to discuss how best to oppose the project. Kyril Bromley

Residents of the Springs neighborhood that surrounds land the town has proposed putting a cell tower on gathered on Monday evening to discuss how best to oppose the project.

Residents of the Springs neighborhood that surrounds land the town has proposed putting a cell tower on gathered on Monday evening to discuss how best to oppose the project.

authorMichael Wright on Jul 28, 2021
The roar of anger over a proposal by East Hampton Town to put a cell tower on a wooded lot in the Springs continued to rise this week, with residents... more

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