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Southampton Village Mayor Says Courtyard Owner Diliberately Destroyed Property

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Southampton Village Mayor Jesse Warren

Southampton Village Mayor Jesse Warren

A courtyard along Jobs Lane in Southampton Village is vacant and in shambles, after the owner of the property, according to Southampton Village Mayor Jesse Warren, has refused to rent the space out. GREG WEHNER

A courtyard along Jobs Lane in Southampton Village is vacant and in shambles, after the owner of the property, according to Southampton Village Mayor Jesse Warren, has refused to rent the space out. GREG WEHNER

authorGreg Wehner on Aug 27, 2019
The owner of a courtyard on Jobs Lane may have deliberately destroyed his property, and the mayor of Southampton Village is not happy about it. During a Village Board meeting... more

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