Landmark Status Recommended For Montauk Lighthouse; Beacon Change Turned Down - 27 East

Landmark Status Recommended For Montauk Lighthouse; Beacon Change Turned Down

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By Virginia Garrison on Nov 30, 2011
First, the good news: the Montauk Lighthouse moved a step closer to being designated a national historic landmark on Thursday, thanks to a recommendation by the landmarks committee of the... more

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