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Westhampton Beach Looks To Allow Deer Fencing Up To Eight Feet Tall

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Westhampton Beach residents Jeanne and Dean Speir supported allowing deer fence to be eight feet tall at the latest village work session. ANISAH ABDULLAH

Westhampton Beach residents Jeanne and Dean Speir supported allowing deer fence to be eight feet tall at the latest village work session. ANISAH ABDULLAH

Christian Killoran of Killoran Law, P.C. in Westhampton Beach speaking to village officials about the problematic local deer population. ANISAH ABDULLAH

Christian Killoran of Killoran Law, P.C. in Westhampton Beach speaking to village officials about the problematic local deer population. ANISAH ABDULLAH

Westhampton Beach Chief Building Inspector Brad Hammond at the latest village work session. ANISAH ABDULLAH

Westhampton Beach Chief Building Inspector Brad Hammond at the latest village work session. ANISAH ABDULLAH

authorAnisah Abdullah on Sep 19, 2019
At their latest work session on September 18, Westhampton Beach Village Board members discussed adding a provision to the village code that would allow homeowners to build taller fences than... more

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