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Planning Board Continues Public Hearing On Possible Southampton Village Courtyard Destruction

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Bridgehampton students Ayamma El, Milo Youngerman, Patricia Figueroa and Amoy Webley in the Sprouts garden.   DANA SHAW

Bridgehampton students Ayamma El, Milo Youngerman, Patricia Figueroa and Amoy Webley in the Sprouts garden. DANA SHAW

Kyle and Melissa Lohr at their home in East Quogue on Wednesday morning. DANA SHAW

Kyle and Melissa Lohr at their home in East Quogue on Wednesday morning. DANA SHAW

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Volunteers begin demolition on the inside of the home.  DANA SHAW

Volunteers begin demolition on the inside of the home. DANA SHAW

author on Aug 7, 2018
The Southampton Village Planning Board is keeping a public hearing open to allow more discussion on the possible demolition of a retail courtyard on Jobs Lane to make way for... more

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