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Town Says Some Vehicles Still Allowed At ‘Truck Beach’, Homeowners May Not Agree

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East Hampton Town has posted signs at "Truck Beach" in Amagansett saying that the beach is only accessible by four-wheel-drive vehicles for fishing. But the homeowners who won a lawsuit against the town claiming the beach is private say that all vehicles should be banned for all purposes.

authorMichael Wright on Jun 1, 2021
East Hampton Town posted advisory signs over the holiday weekend at the stretch of Amagansett beach commonly known as “Truck Beach” saying that, due to a February court ruling declaring... more

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