Key components of East Hampton Town’s legal challenge to the extension of the mining permit at a sand mine in East Hampton that would allow the mine to be excavated down another 110 feet, creating a 6-acre, 100-foot deep lake of exposed groundwater were dismissed by a state judge. MICHAEL WRIGHT
The sand pit on Middle Highway in East Hampton known as Sand Highway. A state judge this week ruled that allowing the mine to dig down 150 feet, creating a 6-acre lake of exposed groundwater, does not constitute an expansion of the mine. But another state court ruled in May that a similar proposal in Noyac was, in fact, an illegal expansion. Michael Wright
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