Town Raises Eyebrow At Brooks-Park Restoration Funding - 27 East

Town Raises Eyebrow At Brooks-Park Restoration Funding

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The studios that were used by artists James Brooks and Charlotte Park have crumbled in the years since the town purchased the property in 2013 and now officials are raising questions about how money that was raised for restoration and programming was spent.

The studios that were used by artists James Brooks and Charlotte Park have crumbled in the years since the town purchased the property in 2013 and now officials are raising questions about how money that was raised for restoration and programming was spent.

Robert Strada, founder of Peconic Historic Preservation.

Robert Strada, founder of Peconic Historic Preservation.

authorMichael Wright on Feb 23, 2021
East Hampton Town last week revoked a licensing agreement with a nonprofit preservation group that had pledged to steer the renovation of the James Brooks and Charlotte Park artists studio... more

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