Rivercatwalk developer files $25 million lawsuit against Southampton Town - 27 East

Rivercatwalk developer files $25 million lawsuit against Southampton Town

By Jessica DiNapoli on Oct 30, 2008
The developer of a hotel and conference center proposed for Riverside since 2001 has filed a $25 million federal civil rights lawsuit against Southampton Town and the New York State... more

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