East Hampton Village Seeks To Shriink Real Estate Signs - 27 East

East Hampton Village Seeks To Shriink Real Estate Signs

author on Nov 7, 2011
East Hampton Village Board members have their eyes on real estate and construction signs, and they’re of a mind to make them shrink. The current size limit is seven square... more

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