State Poised To Strip Local Authority Over Uber; East Hampton Official Warns Of 'Chaos In Montauk' - 27 East

State Poised To Strip Local Authority Over Uber; East Hampton Official Warns Of ‘Chaos In Montauk’

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author on Mar 30, 2017
State lawmakers, as part of the still-in-limbo state budget, reportedly have reached an agreement to adopt legislation that would open the door to cellphone app-based “ride-sharing” companies like Uber and... more

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