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Duryea’s Owner Sues East Hampton Town Again Over Septic Upgrades

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The residential property where the upgraded septic system for Duryea's Lobster Deck would go. The signs argue that the property would appear virtually the same after the new septic system is installed.  VIRGINIA GARRISON

The residential property where the upgraded septic system for Duryea's Lobster Deck would go. The signs argue that the property would appear virtually the same after the new septic system is installed. VIRGINIA GARRISON

authorMichael Wright on Dec 17, 2019
Attorneys for Duryea’s Lobster Deck in Montauk have filed another lawsuit against the East Hampton Town Building Department over its refusal to let the popular restaurant install a new septic... more

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