Southampton Seeks To Extend Moratorium To Protect Shinnecock Grave Sites - 27 East

Southampton Seeks To Extend Moratorium To Protect Shinnecock Grave Sites

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Members of the Shinnecock Nation held a protest in January of 2020 at the site of a home being built in the Sugarloaf area.    DANA SHAW

Members of the Shinnecock Nation held a protest in January of 2020 at the site of a home being built in the Sugarloaf area. DANA SHAW

Members of the Shinnecock Nation held a protest in January of 2020 at the site of a home being built in the Sugarloaf area.    DANA SHAW

Members of the Shinnecock Nation held a protest in January of 2020 at the site of a home being built in the Sugarloaf area. DANA SHAW

authorStephen J. Kotz on Apr 7, 2021
Although the Southampton Town Board unanimously passed a graves protection act last September, becoming the first municipality in New York state to establish protocols for what must be done if... more

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