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East Hampton Goes Back To Drawing Board On New Senior Center

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East Hampton Town is going back to the drawing board on plans for a new senior center and expects to announce where the building will be constructed soon.

East Hampton Town is going back to the drawing board on plans for a new senior center and expects to announce where the building will be constructed soon.

authorMichael Wright on Apr 14, 2021
East Hampton Town hopes to announce where it will build its long awaited new senior center later this month, but the building that will be erected on the thus-far-undisclosed property... more

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