Residents Blast Affordable Housing Plan; Officials Say It May Be Last Chance Residents Blast Affordable Housing Plan; Officials Say It May Be Last Chance - 27 East

Residents Blast Affordable Housing Plan; Officials Say It May Be Last Chance

author on Aug 14, 2013
Residents of the Tuckahoe neighborhood surrounding a parcel where developers and the Southampton Town Housing Authority have proposed a 34-unit affordable housing apartment complex blasted the plan on Tuesday night... more

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