East Hampton (NY) Property Owners Cited For Moving Sand Before Storm

A homeowners association that owns the Port Royal condominiums and the Navy Beach restaurant building in Montauk were cited this week by East Hampton Town for failing to acquire permits before they bulldozed sand from the beach in front of the business and two condominium buildings into a 3-foot-high protective berm in advance of the nor’easter that hit the area  Read the article………


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