Southampton Town Sends Sandy Hollow Apartments Back To The Drawing Board - 27 East

Southampton Town Sends Sandy Hollow Apartments Back To The Drawing Board

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author on Sep 19, 2013
The Southampton Town Board on Tuesday abruptly closed the public hearing on a controversial application for an apartment complex on Sandy Hollow Road in Tuckahoe—then shelved the proposal indefinitely while... more

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