Trees To Screen a Parking Lot in East Hampton - 27 East

Trees To Screen a Parking Lot in East Hampton

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The owner of a house that was suddenly exposed to the Main Beach parking lot when East Hampton Town spent $4 million to purchase a neighboring house and tear it down has asked to be allowed to plant a row of trees along the edge of the lot.

The owner of a house that was suddenly exposed to the Main Beach parking lot when East Hampton Town spent $4 million to purchase a neighboring house and tear it down has asked to be allowed to plant a row of trees along the edge of the lot.

The owner of a house that was suddenly exposed to the Main Beach parking lot when East Hampton Town spent $4 million to purchase a neighboring house and tear it down has asked to be allowed to plant a row of trees along the edge of the lot.

The owner of a house that was suddenly exposed to the Main Beach parking lot when East Hampton Town spent $4 million to purchase a neighboring house and tear it down has asked to be allowed to plant a row of trees along the edge of the lot.

The owner of a house that was suddenly exposed to the Main Beach parking lot when East Hampton Town spent $4 million to purchase a neighboring house and tear it down has asked to be allowed to plant a row of trees along the edge of the lot.

The owner of a house that was suddenly exposed to the Main Beach parking lot when East Hampton Town spent $4 million to purchase a neighboring house and tear it down has asked to be allowed to plant a row of trees along the edge of the lot.

The pond-front parking lot.

The pond-front parking lot.

authorMichael Wright on Sep 28, 2022
An East Hampton Village homeowner has asked to be allowed to plant a row of trees on village property to screen the view of a beach parking lot that was... more

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