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Coastal Experts Offer Input On Protecting Montauk’s Beaches, Downtown

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Party in Sag Harbor circa 1960.  COURTESY JOHN PICKENS

Party in Sag Harbor circa 1960. COURTESY JOHN PICKENS

author on Oct 8, 2013
As East Hampton Town faces a monumental decision on how best to protect Montauk’s beaches and low-lying downtown from future storms before federal funding disappears, two coastal experts have suggested... more

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