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Southampton Town Will Repave Dune Road Atop Sand Left Behind By Superstorm

If this is done won't all of the salt marshes on the south side of Dune Road then die off? There are acres of them. Pipes under the road to still conect them?" Nov 14, 12 5:57 PM

If this is done won't all of the salt marshes on the south side of Dune Road then die off? There are acres of them. Pipes under the road to still conect them?" Nov 14, 12 5:57 PM

Southampton Town Trustees Served With Injunction; Bank Accounts Remain Frozen

WS- As far as the seven access points that you mentioned are concerned, the agreement with the N.Y.S.D.E.C. and the Army Corps of Engineers as part of the restoration project also required that "pull off spots / parking" be provided at each of these seven locations. They were never installed. So essentially these seven access points only serve to provide beach access for the residents of the Village of West Hampton Dunes who own property on the north side of Dune Road access to the beach. No one else. " Feb 14, 14 6:14 PM

Work To Raise Dune Road To Begin Next Week

There are also areas of wetlands located on the south side of Dune Road that might be impacted because they will not be inundated by tidal waters any more " Jul 25, 17 4:27 PM

Trustees Defend Agreement, Maintain Rose Hill Road Property Deal Was To Create More Access

Who approached who on this matter ? Did the property owner approach the Trustees ?" May 3, 18 12:18 PM

Former Trustee Tells Southampton Town Trustees To Change Leadership Roles

Did the Town Conservation Board give an approval for all of the landscaping, it appears to be in their jurisdiction ?
" May 23, 18 9:37 AM

Southampton Town Board Hires Outside Counsel For Potential Rose Hill Battle

Been following this for quite sometime looks like it is really going to be interesting" Oct 3, 18 11:47 AM

Did the Trustees issue a permit for the dredging ? How about the N.Y.S.D.E.C. & Corps of Engineers; the upland work would have needed approvals from the N.Y.S.D.E.C. and the Town Conservation Board. " Oct 3, 18 6:03 PM