Public Hearing Set For Lobster Inn Property Purchase - 27 East

Public Hearing Set For Lobster Inn Property Purchase

authorAmanda Bernocco on May 15, 2018
The community will be sounding off next month on the Southampton Town Board’s proposal to purchase a small group of parcels that sit on nearly 10 acres in Shinnecock Hills,... more

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