Sagaponack Will Remain In Town Police District - 27 East

Sagaponack Will Remain In Town Police District

author on Sep 16, 2013
The Sagaponack Village Board on Monday accepted a new police coverage agreement with Southampton Town, ending a recent push to form its own police force. The agreement, which was approved... more

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