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East Hampton Sends Architects in Search of Savings on Senior Center; Supporters Remain Steadfast

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The current East Hampton Town Senior Center building is more than 100 years old and is badly undersized for the extensive programming and growing number of seniors in the town, supporters of the proposed new facility have said. DOUG KUNTZ

The current East Hampton Town Senior Center building is more than 100 years old and is badly undersized for the extensive programming and growing number of seniors in the town, supporters of the proposed new facility have said. DOUG KUNTZ

authorMichael Wright on Apr 3, 2024
Senior citizens and East Hampton Town officials labored to defend the town’s plans to build a new senior center on Abrahams Path in the face of criticism over the estimated... more

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