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For Wainscott Commercial Center, Public Input Is Key Ingredient

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Members of the East Hampton Planning Board got a

Members of the East Hampton Planning Board got a "refresher" on the State Environmental Quality Review Act's review guidelines ahead of what was expected to be a long and contentious public hearing process on the Wainscott Commercial Center. The first hearing session was scheduled for this Wednesday, February 8.

authorMichael Wright on Feb 8, 2023
After more than three years of work by engineers and innumerable consultants and back-and-forth wrangling between the seasoned members of the East Hampton Town Planning Board and professional representatives, the... more

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