Tensions Run High At Central Pine Barrens Commission Meeting On Wednesday Over East Quogue Golf Course Development - 27 East

Tensions Run High At Central Pine Barrens Commission Meeting On Wednesday Over East Quogue Golf Course Development

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Members of the Central Pine Barrens Commission discussed the process for asserting jurisdiction over the proposal to build a golf course resort in East Quogue at Brookhaven Town Hall on Wednesday. VALERIE GORDON

Members of the Central Pine Barrens Commission discussed the process for asserting jurisdiction over the proposal to build a golf course resort in East Quogue at Brookhaven Town Hall on Wednesday. VALERIE GORDON

Pine Barrens Commission Executive Director John Pavacic. VALERIE GORDON

Pine Barrens Commission Executive Director John Pavacic. VALERIE GORDON

Southampton Town Planning and Development Administrator Kyle Collins. VALERIE GORDON

Southampton Town Planning and Development Administrator Kyle Collins. VALERIE GORDON

Brookhaven Town Supervisor Edward Romaine stressed the importance of asserting jurisdiction over the golf course proposal. VALERIE GORDON

Brookhaven Town Supervisor Edward Romaine stressed the importance of asserting jurisdiction over the golf course proposal. VALERIE GORDON

Richard Amper, executive director of the Long Island Pine Barrens Society. VALERIE GORDON

Richard Amper, executive director of the Long Island Pine Barrens Society. VALERIE GORDON

Richard Amper and several East End community members attended the Pine Barrens Commission meeting at Brookhaven Town Hall on Wednesday. VALERIE GORDON

Richard Amper and several East End community members attended the Pine Barrens Commission meeting at Brookhaven Town Hall on Wednesday. VALERIE GORDON

Members of the Central Pine Barrens Commission discussed the process for asserting jurisdiction over the proposal to build a golf course resort in East Quogue at Brookhaven Town Hall on Wednesday. VALERIE GORDON

Members of the Central Pine Barrens Commission discussed the process for asserting jurisdiction over the proposal to build a golf course resort in East Quogue at Brookhaven Town Hall on Wednesday. VALERIE GORDON

author on Apr 11, 2019
Tensions ran high at the Central Pine Barrens Commission meeting at Brookhaven Town Hall last week during a discussion of whether the board should review a developer’s proposal to build... more

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