U.S. Army Corps Will Be Responsible For Repairing Damage To Montauk Beach From Monday's Storm - 27 East

U.S. Army Corps Will Be Responsible For Repairing Damage To Montauk Beach From Monday's Storm

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The Town of East Hampton will not be responsible for repairing storm damage in Montauk caused by the remnants of Hurricane Hermine. KYRIL BROMLEY

The Town of East Hampton will not be responsible for repairing storm damage in Montauk caused by the remnants of Hurricane Hermine. KYRIL BROMLEY

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is expected to repair storm damaged sandbags at the shoreline project in Montauk. MICHAEL WRIGHT

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is expected to repair storm damaged sandbags at the shoreline project in Montauk. MICHAEL WRIGHT

The beach in Montauk returned following the erosion during Hermine

The beach in Montauk returned following the erosion during Hermine

 but portions of the sandbag revetement remain exposed. The town says the Army Corps of Engineers will have to remedy the erosion. Michael Wright

but portions of the sandbag revetement remain exposed. The town says the Army Corps of Engineers will have to remedy the erosion. Michael Wright

A storm caused by Hurricane Hermine damaged a portion of the Montauk shoreline project. KYRIL BROMLEY PHOTOS KYRIL BROMLEY

A storm caused by Hurricane Hermine damaged a portion of the Montauk shoreline project. KYRIL BROMLEY PHOTOS KYRIL BROMLEY

authorStaff Writer on Sep 7, 2016
The Town of East Hampton will not be responsible for repairs on the Downtown Montauk Emergency Stabilization Project for damage it suffered this week from waves brought by the remnants... more

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