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Shinnecock Nation Begins Clearing Land That Will Be Home to New Gas Station

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The Shinnecock Nation began clearing land earlier this week for the construction of a gas station and travel plaza on 10 acres of its Westwoods property off Sunrise Highway in Hampton Bays. It could be open for business by the spring of 2025. DANA SHAW

The Shinnecock Nation began clearing land earlier this week for the construction of a gas station and travel plaza on 10 acres of its Westwoods property off Sunrise Highway in Hampton Bays. It could be open for business by the spring of 2025. DANA SHAW

The Shinnecock Nation began clearing land earlier this week for the construction of a gas station and travel plaza on 10 acres of its Westwoods property off Sunrise Highway in Hampton Bays. It could be open for business by the spring of 2025. DANA SHAW

The Shinnecock Nation began clearing land earlier this week for the construction of a gas station and travel plaza on 10 acres of its Westwoods property off Sunrise Highway in Hampton Bays. It could be open for business by the spring of 2025. DANA SHAW

The Shinnecock Nation began clearing land earlier this week for the construction of a gas station and travel plaza on 10 acres of its Westwoods property off Sunrise Highway in Hampton Bays. It could be open for business by the spring of 2025. DANA SHAW

The Shinnecock Nation began clearing land earlier this week for the construction of a gas station and travel plaza on 10 acres of its Westwoods property off Sunrise Highway in Hampton Bays. It could be open for business by the spring of 2025. DANA SHAW

The Shinnecock Nation began clearing land earlier this week for the construction of a gas station and travel plaza on 10 acres of its Westwoods property off Sunrise Highway in Hampton Bays. It could be open for business by the spring of 2025. DANA SHAW

The Shinnecock Nation began clearing land earlier this week for the construction of a gas station and travel plaza on 10 acres of its Westwoods property off Sunrise Highway in Hampton Bays. It could be open for business by the spring of 2025. DANA SHAW

authorCailin Riley on Feb 6, 2024
Earlier this week, the Shinnecock Nation officially began work on the construction of a long-awaited gas station and convenience store that will be built on 10 acres of Shinnecock sovereign... more

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