Hearing On Gin Lane Project Closed; Decision Expected Within 30 Days By Southampton Village ARB - 27 East

Hearing On Gin Lane Project Closed; Decision Expected Within 30 Days By Southampton Village ARB

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The hearing on a project at 24 and 28 Gin Lane was closed by the Southampton Village Board of Architectural Review and Historic Preservation on Monday.

The hearing on a project at 24 and 28 Gin Lane was closed by the Southampton Village Board of Architectural Review and Historic Preservation on Monday.

authorGreg Wehner on Sep 12, 2017
After multiple public hearings and countless changes to plans for a massive compound being proposed on Gin Lane in the historic district of Southampton Village, a decision could be made... more

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