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Judge Reverses Finding On Ownership of Truck Beach In Amagansett

author on Jun 16, 2015
A state judge has reversed his own earlier ruling regarding the ownership of a stretch of beach in Amagansett, clearing the way for a lawsuit between a group of property... more

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