Speed-Zone Cameras Expected To Make Debut On East End Next September - 27 East

Speed-Zone Cameras Expected To Make Debut On East End Next September

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LongHouse Reserve in East Hampton opened for the season on Saturday, April 30.

LongHouse Reserve in East Hampton opened for the season on Saturday, April 30.

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Boehlert porch in Southampton
Photo by Dawn Watson

Garden at the Classic Hamptons Beach House in Water Mill.   DAWN WATSON

Garden at the Classic Hamptons Beach House in Water Mill. DAWN WATSON

The Resource Room in Westhampton Beach Elementary School that Westhampton Beach High School junior Cayla Kuey stocked and organized. KATE RIGA

The Resource Room in Westhampton Beach Elementary School that Westhampton Beach High School junior Cayla Kuey stocked and organized. KATE RIGA

Wooden outdoor furniture.

Wooden outdoor furniture.

Woven outdoor furniture.

Woven outdoor furniture.

author on Oct 8, 2014
It has been nearly four years since the first red-light cameras made a debut at high-volume and dangerous intersections, primarily in western Suffolk County, with the closest installed in Manorville... more

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