East Hampton Considers Another Pricey Preservation Partnership - 27 East

East Hampton Considers Another Pricey Preservation Partnership

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The view from Buckskill Road looking across the preserved farmland to the wooded lots that East Hampton Town is considering purchasing for nearly for more than $6.8 million -- some $3.5 million per acre -- in partnership with unidentified donors who will contribute $2.6 million toward the purchase. The lot to the right of the vacant woodlands, currently under construction, was purchased in 2020 for $1.3 million for 0.8 acres.

The view from Buckskill Road looking across the preserved farmland to the wooded lots that East Hampton Town is considering purchasing for nearly for more than $6.8 million -- some $3.5 million per acre -- in partnership with unidentified donors who will contribute $2.6 million toward the purchase. The lot to the right of the vacant woodlands, currently under construction, was purchased in 2020 for $1.3 million for 0.8 acres.

authorMichael Wright on Oct 13, 2021
East Hampton Town has proposed another high-priced land preservation purchase in partnership with wealthy neighbors who would reap considerable benefit from the expenditure of millions in town funds. The proposed... more

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