East Hampton (NY) homeowners move to reclaim popular beach

A Suffolk County judge has concluded that 4,000 feet of Atlantic Ocean beachfront managed by the East Hampton Trustees is actually deeded to a collection of homeowners associations that have been trying for years to limit activities on their stretch of paradise.      Read the article………..


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