East Hampton Residents Threaten Lawsuits Over ZBA Approval Of Cell Tower That Town Wants For Emergency Radios - 27 East

East Hampton Residents Threaten Lawsuits Over ZBA Approval Of Cell Tower That Town Wants For Emergency Radios

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The approximate location of the Northwest cell tower.

The approximate location of the Northwest cell tower.

authorMichael Wright on Feb 7, 2020
Residents of Bull Path will sue the East Hampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals over the board’s approval of a 185-foot cellphone and emergency communications tower near their homes. Attorney... more

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