Southampton Town Unanimously Approves The Acquisition Of Shinnecock Hills Land Parcels For Preservation - 27 East

Southampton Town Unanimously Approves The Acquisition Of Shinnecock Hills Land Parcels For Preservation

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Becky Hill-Genia, Shinnecock activist.

Becky Hill-Genia, Shinnecock activist.

Bryan Polite, Shinnecock Tribal Chairman.

Bryan Polite, Shinnecock Tribal Chairman. RACHEL VALDESPINO

The Southampton Town Board unanimously approved the preservation of vacant parcels of land around the protest site at 513 Montauk Highway.

The Southampton Town Board unanimously approved the preservation of vacant parcels of land around the protest site at 513 Montauk Highway. RACHEL VALDESPINO

Ella Engel-Snow.

Ella Engel-Snow. RACHEL VALDESPINO

Lance Gumbs, Vice Chairman of the Council of Trustees of the Shinnecock Nation.

Lance Gumbs, Vice Chairman of the Council of Trustees of the Shinnecock Nation. RACHEL VALDESPINO

Lisa Kombrink, CPF Manager for the town.

Lisa Kombrink, CPF Manager for the town. RACHEL VALDESPINO

Shane Weeks, Co-Chairman of the Shinnecock Graves Protection Warriors Society.

Shane Weeks, Co-Chairman of the Shinnecock Graves Protection Warriors Society. RACHEL VALDESPINO

The Southampton Town Board unanimously approved the preservation of vacant parcels of land around the protest site at 513 Montauk Highway.

The Southampton Town Board unanimously approved the preservation of vacant parcels of land around the protest site at 513 Montauk Highway. RACHEL VALDESPINO

Rachel Valdespino on Feb 26, 2020
The Southampton Town Board made history Tuesday night, acquiring 3.3 acres of land considered sacred to the Shinnecock Nation for $2.2 million — and setting public hearings on measures that... more

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