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Nov 8, 2012 11:41 AMPublication: The East Hampton Press

Sand Berms Mostly Survive Wednesday Nor'easter

Nov 13, 2012 5:29 PM

At the eastern Ditch Plains parking lot, another mound of sand at the end of South Otis blocks the beach entrance.

East Hampton Town officials continue to tabulate the damage both storms have caused. Town Budget Officer Len Bernard said damage to town property is going to be at least $500,000. But that figure doesn’t even include damage to roads like Gerard Drive and Star Island Road in Montauk, he said. The town plans to get the figure reimbursed by FEMA, which could take somewhere between six and 18 months.

“Right now the raw numbers as they come are approaching $500,000,” Mr. Bernard said. “I think it’s going to be more.”

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I have people I know that live around 800 Meadow Ln, how did the houses fare in that area? Hoping they are alright,
By kgrandia (1), Takoma Park on Nov 8, 12 3:04 PM
I believe that area did OK, because the beach east of Shinnecock Inlet is wider than most.
By PBR (4956), Southampton on Nov 8, 12 6:53 PM