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East Hampton Could See Total Ban on Dock Building With Planned Update

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The East Hampton Town Trustees are considering banning the construction of new docks along the last section of shoreline in the town where they are technically allowed, on the eastern side of Three Mile Harbor. The Trustees said they have heard no objections to the idea over the last two years of examining their current dock policies. 
KYRIL BROMLEY

The East Hampton Town Trustees are considering banning the construction of new docks along the last section of shoreline in the town where they are technically allowed, on the eastern side of Three Mile Harbor. The Trustees said they have heard no objections to the idea over the last two years of examining their current dock policies. KYRIL BROMLEY

authorMichael Wright on Nov 29, 2023
Members of the East Hampton Town Trustees this week leaned toward expanding the board’s prohibition on new docks to the sliver of town shoreline in Three Mile Harbor, where they... more

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