Back to Drawing Board Again for East Hampton on Local Mine Oversight - 27 East

Back to Drawing Board Again for East Hampton on Local Mine Oversight

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Representatives of the Bistrian family, who own three sand mines in East Hampton, have objected to some of the requirements in the town's new mine monitoring legislation as being unnecessarily onerous. The Town Board is going back to the drawing board on the legislation for a fourth time.

Representatives of the Bistrian family, who own three sand mines in East Hampton, have objected to some of the requirements in the town's new mine monitoring legislation as being unnecessarily onerous. The Town Board is going back to the drawing board on the legislation for a fourth time.

authorMichael Wright on Nov 22, 2022
East Hampton Town may be going back to the drawing board for a fourth time on legislation to establish a local system of mandatory groundwater monitoring at sand mines and... more

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