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Lighthouse Renovation Underway, But Funds Are Needed

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Nick Racanelli, a member of the Montauk Lighthouse Committee, is spearheading the fundraising efforts to raise $1.1 million to restore cracks, metalwork, glass and paint on the lighthouse.  ELIZABETH VESPE

Nick Racanelli, a member of the Montauk Lighthouse Committee, is spearheading the fundraising efforts to raise $1.1 million to restore cracks, metalwork, glass and paint on the lighthouse. ELIZABETH VESPE

Nick Racanelli, a member of the Montauk Lighthouse Committee, is spearheading fundraising efforts to raise $1.1 million to restore cracks, metalwork, glass and paint on the lighthouse. ELIZABETH VESPE

Nick Racanelli, a member of the Montauk Lighthouse Committee, is spearheading fundraising efforts to raise $1.1 million to restore cracks, metalwork, glass and paint on the lighthouse. ELIZABETH VESPE

Nick Racanelli, a member of the Montauk Lighthouse Committee, is spearheading fundraising efforts to raise $1.1 million to restore cracks, metalwork, glass and paint on the lighthouse. ELIZABETH VESPE

Nick Racanelli, a member of the Montauk Lighthouse Committee, is spearheading fundraising efforts to raise $1.1 million to restore cracks, metalwork, glass and paint on the lighthouse. ELIZABETH VESPE

Nick Racanelli, a member of the Montauk Lighthouse Committee, is spearheading fundraising efforts to raise $1.1 million to restore cracks, metalwork, glass and paint on the lighthouse. ELIZABETH VESPE

Nick Racanelli, a member of the Montauk Lighthouse Committee, is spearheading fundraising efforts to raise $1.1 million to restore cracks, metalwork, glass and paint on the lighthouse. ELIZABETH VESPE

Nick Racanelli, a member of the Montauk Lighthouse Committee, is spearheading fundraising efforts to raise $1.1 million to restore cracks, metalwork, glass and paint on the lighthouse. ELIZABETH VESPE

Nick Racanelli, a member of the Montauk Lighthouse Committee, is spearheading fundraising efforts to raise $1.1 million to restore cracks, metalwork, glass and paint on the lighthouse. ELIZABETH VESPE

Nick Racanelli, a member of the Montauk Lighthouse Committee, is spearheading fundraising efforts to raise $1.1 million to restore cracks, metalwork, glass and paint on the lighthouse. ELIZABETH VESPE

Nick Racanelli, a member of the Montauk Lighthouse Committee, is spearheading fundraising efforts to raise $1.1 million to restore cracks, metalwork, glass and paint on the lighthouse. ELIZABETH VESPE

Nick Racanelli, a member of the Montauk Lighthouse Committee, is spearheading fundraising efforts to raise $1.1 million to restore cracks, metalwork, glass and paint on the lighthouse. ELIZABETH VESPE

Nick Racanelli, a member of the Montauk Lighthouse Committee, is spearheading fundraising efforts to raise $1.1 million to restore cracks, metalwork, glass and paint on the lighthouse. ELIZABETH VESPE

Nick Racanelli, a member of the Montauk Lighthouse Committee, is spearheading fundraising efforts to raise $1.1 million to restore cracks, metalwork, glass and paint on the lighthouse. ELIZABETH VESPE

Nick Racanelli, a member of the Montauk Lighthouse Committee, is spearheading fundraising efforts to raise $1.1 million to restore cracks, metalwork, glass and paint on the lighthouse. ELIZABETH VESPE

Nick Racanelli, a member of the Montauk Lighthouse Committee, is spearheading fundraising efforts to raise $1.1 million to restore cracks, metalwork, glass and paint on the lighthouse. ELIZABETH VESPE

Nick Racanelli, a member of the Montauk Lighthouse Committee, is spearheading fundraising efforts to raise $1.1 million to restore cracks, metalwork, glass and paint on the lighthouse. ELIZABETH VESPE

authorStaff Writer on Jul 29, 2019
Nick Racanelli, a member of the Montauk Lighthouse Committee who also owns a construction company, unlatched the front gate on Friday morning and walked up to the lighthouse to examine... more

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