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Critics Of Oyster Growing At Napeague Say Waters Are Too Crowded For Cages

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Critics of a county aquaculture program said East Hampton waters may be too busy for the program to operate safely.

Critics of a county aquaculture program said East Hampton waters may be too busy for the program to operate safely. Michael Wright

Critics of a county aquaculture program said East Hampton waters may be too busy for the program to operate safely.

Critics of a county aquaculture program said East Hampton waters may be too busy for the program to operate safely. Michael Wright

Bill Schultz.

Bill Schultz. Michael Wright

Joan Priore read several letters from residents opposed to oyster growing in the waters off Lazy Point.

Joan Priore read several letters from residents opposed to oyster growing in the waters off Lazy Point. Michael Wright

Joan Priore, of the Lazy Point Homeowners Assocaition, has been among the critics of aquaculture in Gardiner Bay.

Joan Priore, of the Lazy Point Homeowners Assocaition, has been among the critics of aquaculture in Gardiner Bay. Michael Wright

Adam Younes of Promised Land Mariculture Co.

Adam Younes of Promised Land Mariculture Co. Michael Wright

Adam Younes, who owns the only actively used aquaculture plot in East Hampton waters, said the opponents of aquaculture are really only concerned about aesthetics, not safety.

Adam Younes, who owns the only actively used aquaculture plot in East Hampton waters, said the opponents of aquaculture are really only concerned about aesthetics, not safety. Michael Wright

authorMichael Wright on Dec 10, 2019
Critics of a Suffolk County program that leases segments of local bay bottom to oyster farmers told the East Hampton Town Trustees this week that the areas currently dedicated to... more

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