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Rosenstein Will Pay To Relocate Dominy Shops in East Hampton

author on Oct 24, 2015
Hedge fund manager Barry Rosenstein is getting closer to building his dream home on Further Lane in East Hampton. The tycoon and the East Hampton Village Board recently agreed that... more

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