Land Planning Services in the Press

Beach Access a Puzzle; THE EAST HAMPTON STAR

Among the puzzles posed by global warming and its accompanying sea level rise are the complex issues involving public access to the waterfront. Recently, a rising tide of complaints about and requests for access have been coming before the East Hampton Town Trustees with greater frequency.
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Seek to Ease Beach-Work Permit; THE EAST HAMPTON STAR

The East Hampton Town Trustees are considering a change in their permit process to accommodate oceanfront and bay front residents whose properties are threatened by chronic erosion.
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New plans bring same objections to affordable housing in East Hampton; THE EAST HAMPTON PRESS

The owners of a 9-acre property on Oak View Highway in East Hampton tagged for an affordable housing development plan to present the town with a revamped plan for the project later this month.
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Housing Proposal Would Be First Of Its Kind Here; THE EAST HAMPTON PRESS

Private 'affordable' plan is in the works. If all goes according to plan for Budd Webb, he might become the first private developer to build affordable housing in East Hampton Town.
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Developer, EH Town Discuss Ways to Keep Project in Workforce Hands, HAMPTONS.COM

East Hampton - Reviewing an extensive site plan for the first ever private affordable housing development in the town of East Hampton, the planning board this week appeared enthused with the application, though concerned with the density of the project, the lack of parking, and the need for affordable housing to stay affordable.
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Hitting a Nerve; THE EAST HAMPTON PRESS

Opposition to the Town Board's proposal to limit house size in proportion to lot size was loud and clear at a public hearing on January 18. Some of it made good sense.
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LIBI members are impressed; THE MORTGAGE INSIDER

One of the many bright spots at the first annual LIBI (Lond Island Builders Institute) Educational event held at Gurney's Inn on September 14th & 15th was the panel discussion entitled "Financial Defense Strategies". The LIBI event offered classroom accreditation to those in attendance, as part of the contractors licensing renewal certification by the Town of East Hampton.
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East End leads island’s ‘Green’ energy initiatives; THE LONG ISLAND BUSINESS NEWS

Homeowners, businesses turn to alternative energy sources. Laurie Wiltshire, owner of Land Planning Services Ltd. in Wainscott, has cut her electric bill in half, and thinks she can shrink it even more.
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A Win-Win in Montauk; THE EAST HAMPTON STAR

Bruce Bernacchia received a natural resources special permit and a variance on April 10 from East Hampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals to build a 3,416-square-foot, two-story house on a lot on Old West Lake Drive in Montauk after demolishing a smaller, one-story one with an attached garage.
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Is the Setting as Historic as the House?; THE NEW YORK TIMES

ON the South Fork, the specter of a subdivision rising just beyond their own greenswards may give homeowners nightmares. But John Nealon says he is not concerned about newer, bigger mansions overshadowing his own totem of wealth and power, but about local history and an old house few newcomers know about.
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