Neighbors File Third Lawsuit Over Cell Tower On East Hampton Town Property - 27 East

Neighbors File Third Lawsuit Over Cell Tower On East Hampton Town Property

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A new driveway has been cleared into the town-owned land where the town plans to let AT&T build a 180-foot cell tower that will also hold emergency communications equipment, despite two pending lawsuits by neighbors.

A new driveway has been cleared into the town-owned land where the town plans to let AT&T build a 180-foot cell tower that will also hold emergency communications equipment, despite two pending lawsuits by neighbors.

authorMichael Wright on Jul 21, 2020
Two Bull Path homeowners have filed a federal lawsuit seeking $1.5 million in damages from East Hampton Town and AT&T for the expected loss in value to their property if... more

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