New Legal Front in Court Fight Over East Hampton Sand Mine - 27 East

New Legal Front in Court Fight Over East Hampton Sand Mine

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DCIM100MEDIADJI_0036.JPG The sand mine on Middle Highway known as Sand Highway. FILE PHOTO

authorMichael Wright on Aug 16, 2023
The owner of a sand mind off Middle Highway in East Hampton has filed a new court proceeding against East Hampton Town and the Town Zoning Board of Appeals seeking... more

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