East Hampton Village Board Permits Take-Out Food Stores In Commercial District - 27 East

East Hampton Village Board Permits Take-Out Food Stores In Commercial District

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The 2014 East Hampton Antiques Show will focus on decorative items for the home and garden like this cast iron Heraldic Lion doorstop from Andrew Spindler Antiques. COURTESY EAST HAMPTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY

The 2014 East Hampton Antiques Show will focus on decorative items for the home and garden like this cast iron Heraldic Lion doorstop from Andrew Spindler Antiques. COURTESY EAST HAMPTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY

author on May 22, 2018
East Hampton Village residents and visitors could end up skipping the wait for a restaurant and just order some takeout. The East Hampton Village Board on Friday amended the village... more

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