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Grocery store in Wainscott’s future

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By Katy Gurley on Sep 21, 2010
The East Hampton Planning Board, in its first review of a proposed new high-end grocery store for the former Plitt Ford property at 368 Montauk Highway in Wainscott on September... more

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