Justice Hears Arguments Over East Hampton Village Store's Code Violations For Displaying Stuffed Dog - 27 East

Justice Hears Arguments Over East Hampton Village Store’s Code Violations For Displaying Stuffed Dog

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Attorney Daniel Rodgers and his client, Colleen Moeller, outside East Hampton Town Justice Court Monday. STEPHEN J. KOTZ

Attorney Daniel Rodgers and his client, Colleen Moeller, outside East Hampton Town Justice Court Monday. STEPHEN J. KOTZ

authorStephen J. Kotz on Feb 11, 2020
The fate of a stuffed golden retriever and the “welcome” sign it wears around its neck, which have gotten an East Hampton Village shopkeeper into hot water, remains in limbo.... more

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