Gardiner Family Grant Boosts Lighthouse Restoration Effort - 27 East

Gardiner Family Grant Boosts Lighthouse Restoration Effort

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Montauk Lighthouse

Montauk Lighthouse

The Montauk Lighthouse on Saturday.   DANA SHAW

The Montauk Lighthouse on Saturday. DANA SHAW

authorMichael Wright on Aug 3, 2021
With an outpouring of support from financial backers, the Montauk Historical Society, which owns the Montauk Lighthouse, says it is now hoping to be able to complete a top-to-bottom rehabilitation... more

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