A History Lesson On A Bay Beach In Hampton Bays - 27 East

A History Lesson On A Bay Beach In Hampton Bays

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Ann and David Rhoades recently had a new nitrogen-reducing septic system installed at their home on the water in North Haven. Mr. Rhoades, a civil engineer, has been designing the systems for more than 20 years. CAILIN RILEY

Ann and David Rhoades recently had a new nitrogen-reducing septic system installed at their home on the water in North Haven. Mr. Rhoades, a civil engineer, has been designing the systems for more than 20 years. CAILIN RILEY

Pretty Girl, pictured with trainer Mike Hinz, has been rehabilitated and is ready for a forever home. KYRIL BROMLEY

Pretty Girl, pictured with trainer Mike Hinz, has been rehabilitated and is ready for a forever home. KYRIL BROMLEY

Southampton junior point guard Israel "Izzy" Johnson led his team with 28 points, six assists and four steals in a win over Malverne in the Long Island Class B Championship on Tuesday. CAILIN RILEY

Southampton junior point guard Israel "Izzy" Johnson led his team with 28 points, six assists and four steals in a win over Malverne in the Long Island Class B Championship on Tuesday. CAILIN RILEY

Zach Cummings had 18 points for the Mariners and was a force in the backcourt, along with Israel Johnson. CAILIN RILEY

Zach Cummings had 18 points for the Mariners and was a force in the backcourt, along with Israel Johnson. CAILIN RILEY

The Mariners celebrate their win over Malverne in the Long Island Class B Championship on Tuesday. CAILIN RILEY

The Mariners celebrate their win over Malverne in the Long Island Class B Championship on Tuesday. CAILIN RILEY

Kate McEntee, adoptions director for he Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation, with one of the puppies from El Faro de los Animales, a shelter in Humacao, Puerto Rico, that was leveled by Hurricane Maria. The animals arrived on a chartered flight to Gabreski Airport in Westhampton Beach on Sunday. CAILIN RILEY

Kate McEntee, adoptions director for he Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation, with one of the puppies from El Faro de los Animales, a shelter in Humacao, Puerto Rico, that was leveled by Hurricane Maria. The animals arrived on a chartered flight to Gabreski Airport in Westhampton Beach on Sunday. CAILIN RILEY

Amaza Lee Meredith, one of the founders of Azurest. COURTESY NEW YORK STATE HISTORIC PRESERVATION OFFICE

Amaza Lee Meredith, one of the founders of Azurest. COURTESY NEW YORK STATE HISTORIC PRESERVATION OFFICE

author on Jul 6, 2012
A stretch of badly eroded Hampton Bays shoreline recently became a classroom for a history lesson of sorts given by one of the Southampton Town Trustees, and also a spotlight... more

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