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With CDCH Building, East Hampton Sees Opportunity And Challenges

author on Dec 31, 2018
The East Hampton Town Board last week approved an $800,000 bond to purchase the former Child Development Center of the Hamptons building in Wainscott. Now, the board just has to... more

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