Southampton Town Landmarks Board Hears Case for Preserving Dix Windmill in Westhampton Beach - 27 East

Southampton Town Landmarks Board Hears Case for Preserving Dix Windmill in Westhampton Beach

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The Dix Windmill was disassembled and moved to the Great Lawn for storage in July 2022. FILE PHOTO

The Dix Windmill was disassembled and moved to the Great Lawn for storage in July 2022. FILE PHOTO

The Dix Windmill was disassembled and moved to the Great Lawn for storage in July 2022. FILE PHOTO

The Dix Windmill was disassembled and moved to the Great Lawn for storage in July 2022. FILE PHOTO

The Dix Windmill was disassembled and moved to the Great Lawn for storage in July 2022. FILE PHOTO

The Dix Windmill was disassembled and moved to the Great Lawn for storage in July 2022. FILE PHOTO

Westhampton Beach Village Deputy Mayor Ralph Urban, Mayor Maria Moore, Trustee Brian Tymann, CMT Builders Inc. owners Chris Truhn and Justin Schnepf, consultant Nick Bono, and Larry Jones at the Dix Windmill in Westhampton Beach in February 2022.
DANA SHAW

Westhampton Beach Village Deputy Mayor Ralph Urban, Mayor Maria Moore, Trustee Brian Tymann, CMT Builders Inc. owners Chris Truhn and Justin Schnepf, consultant Nick Bono, and Larry Jones at the Dix Windmill in Westhampton Beach in February 2022. DANA SHAW

authorBill Sutton on May 24, 2023
Westhampton Beach officials and preservationists appeared before the Southampton Town Landmarks and Historic Districts Board on May 16 to make their case for a certificate of appropriateness from the board... more

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