East Hampton Town To Spend $1 Million On Airport Legal Fight In 2015 Alone - 27 East

East Hampton Town To Spend $1 Million On Airport Legal Fight In 2015 Alone

authorMichael Wright on Sep 15, 2015
The East Hampton Town Board on Tuesday increased to nearly $1 million the total amount of money it has dedicated this year to the legal fight over its management of... more

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