Few Legal Hurdles Presented As Wainscott Presses For Independence Election - 27 East

Few Legal Hurdles Presented As Wainscott Presses For Independence Election

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A group calling itself Wainscott United has been lobbying residents of the hamlet to oppose the incorporation proposal. Doreen Niggles and Annie Hall set up an information booth outside the Wainscott Post Office recently.

A group calling itself Wainscott United has been lobbying residents of the hamlet to oppose the incorporation proposal. Doreen Niggles and Annie Hall set up an information booth outside the Wainscott Post Office recently.

authorMichael Wright on Feb 10, 2021
The rifts that have run through the Wainscott community over village incorporation and the South Fork Wind Farm cable project burst through the constraints of a public hearing last week... more

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