Southampton Town Board Still Awaiting Traffic Study For Tuckahoe Supermarket Plan - 27 East

Southampton Town Board Still Awaiting Traffic Study For Tuckahoe Supermarket Plan

author on Oct 12, 2015
A pending traffic study will either be the final blessing or the final nail in the coffin for a proposed shopping center on County Road 39 in Tuckahoe. Expected to... more

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