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Shinnecock And Supporters Urge Town To Preserve Key Sugar Loaf Parcel

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Tela Troge, Shane Week and Rebecca Genia at a rally in front of Southampton Town Hall on Tuesday evening.  DANA SHAW

Tela Troge, Shane Week and Rebecca Genia at a rally in front of Southampton Town Hall on Tuesday evening. DANA SHAW

Shane Weeks speaks at a rally in front of Town Hall on Tuesday evening.  DANA SHAW

Shane Weeks speaks at a rally in front of Town Hall on Tuesday evening. DANA SHAW

Roger Waters speaks in front of Southampton Town Hall on Tuesday evening prior to the meeting as Tela Troge, left and Rebecca Genia, right, look on.    DANA SHAW

Roger Waters speaks in front of Southampton Town Hall on Tuesday evening prior to the meeting as Tela Troge, left and Rebecca Genia, right, look on. DANA SHAW

Roger Waters hugs Rebecca Genia at a rally in front of Southampton Town Hall on Tuesday evening.    DANA SHAW

Roger Waters hugs Rebecca Genia at a rally in front of Southampton Town Hall on Tuesday evening. DANA SHAW

John v.H. Halsey of the Peconic Land Trust speaks at Tuesday's Southampton Town Board meeting.  DANA SHAW

John v.H. Halsey of the Peconic Land Trust speaks at Tuesday's Southampton Town Board meeting. DANA SHAW

Kelly Dennis of the Shinnecock Council of Trustees speaks at Tuesday's Southampton town Board meeting.  DANA SHAW

Kelly Dennis of the Shinnecock Council of Trustees speaks at Tuesday's Southampton town Board meeting. DANA SHAW

Roger Waters speaks at Tuesday's Southampton town Board meeting.  DANA SHAW

Roger Waters speaks at Tuesday's Southampton town Board meeting. DANA SHAW

Tela Troge with a map that shows the area in question.  DANA SHAW

Tela Troge with a map that shows the area in question. DANA SHAW

Shinnecock Nation Council of Trustees Chairman Bryan Polite speaks in front of Southampton Town Hall on Tuesday evening.  DANA SHAW

Shinnecock Nation Council of Trustees Chairman Bryan Polite speaks in front of Southampton Town Hall on Tuesday evening. DANA SHAW

authorStephen J. Kotz on May 26, 2021
Members of the Shinnecock Nation and their friends and supporters gathered outside Southampton Town Hall Tuesday evening, May 25, singing songs, and listening to impromptu speeches calling for the Town... more

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