Town Board Mulls Montauk Highway Bypass in Hampton Bays - 27 East

Town Board Mulls Montauk Highway Bypass in Hampton Bays

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The proposed Good Ground Road Extension.   COURTESY SOUTHAMPTON TOWN

The proposed Good Ground Road Extension. COURTESY SOUTHAMPTON TOWN

The area for the proposed Good Ground Extension from East to West following the rail road tracks.

The area for the proposed Good Ground Extension from East to West following the rail road tracks.

authorKitty Merrill on Feb 26, 2021
How does downtown Hampton Bays spell relief? If a long-aborning traffic remediation scheme comes to fruition, the aid will be spelled “Good Ground Road Extension.” The idea of a new,... more

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