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Neighbors of Sandy Hollow Cove Sue Southampton

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The long-aborning Sandy Hollow Cove affordable housing apartment complex, approved by Southampton in July, has been slapped with a lawsuit. Neighbors, frustrated that their concerns haven't been heard, say that Southampton didn't examine closely enough the impact the project would have on traffic, groundwater, and wildlife, and the town didn't follow its own laws regarding Planned Development Districts.

"We want them to follow the law," said neighbor Noelle Bailly, quoted in the Southampton Press. "It's pretty blatant that they broke the law. They can't be allowed to get away with it."

The project would build 28 studio, one-, and two-bedroom apartments on 2.6 acres. Rents would begin at about $950 per month.
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