End Of 'The' Era In Springs As Road Signs Are Removed - 27 East

End Of ‘The’ Era In Springs As Road Signs Are Removed

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The signs that have welcomed motorists to

The signs that have welcomed motorists to "The Springs" since the 1990s came down this week. The East Hampton Town Board decided last fall to replace the current signs, which were made by Chris Harmon for the Springs Improvement Society in the 1990s with new ones that refer to the hamlet by its official one-word name, Springs.

The signs that have welcomed motorists to

The signs that have welcomed motorists to "The Springs" since the 1990s came down this week. The East Hampton Town Board decided last fall to replace the current signs, which were made by Chris Harmon for the Springs Improvement Society in the 1990s with new ones that refer to the hamlet by its official one-word name, Springs. David Buda

authorMichael Wright on Feb 25, 2020
For those whose generational attachments to the area do not run deep enough to have engendered debate, a potential source of confusion over how some refer to the hamlet of... more

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