Stakes Get Higher In Stony Hill Farm Clearing In Amagansett - 27 East

Stakes Get Higher In Stony Hill Farm Clearing In Amagansett

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The Stony Hill Farm subdivision plan as it was approved in the mid 1990s. The property where the trees were cleared is outlined in blue.

The Stony Hill Farm subdivision plan as it was approved in the mid 1990s. The property where the trees were cleared is outlined in blue.

authorVirginia Garrison on Aug 30, 2019
The Peconic Land Trust is seeking some $100 million — or $1 million per tree — in punitive damages from Randy Lerner after dozens of trees were cut down on... more

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