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Lazy Point Homeowner Sues To Be Allowed Stone Revetment

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The waters of Gardiners Bay have steadily shoved the shoreline near Lazy Point inland, to the point that the homes at the very end of Mulford Lane have gone from inland to waterfront. The town zoning board denied an application by a Mulford Lane homeowner to construct a stone revetment.

The waters of Gardiners Bay have steadily shoved the shoreline near Lazy Point inland, to the point that the homes at the very end of Mulford Lane have gone from inland to waterfront. The town zoning board denied an application by a Mulford Lane homeowner to construct a stone revetment.

authorMichael Wright on Nov 24, 2020
The Lazy Point homeowner whose house sits just behind an infamously marooned cottage now surrounded by Gardiners Bay has sued East Hampton Town for refusing to permit a 110-foot wall... more

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