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East Hampton Town’s Actions Lead To Demolition of Abandoned House in Springs

East Hampton Town’s Actions Lead To Demolition of Abandoned House in Springs

After a history of code violations and concerns about safety Supervisor of East Hampton Larry Cantwell took the decisive step of removing 29 Abrahams Path from the roster of dangerous properties in the Town of East Hampton. 

In February, the the Town Attorney’s Office took steps to place the property owners, May Six LLC, on notice of continued property violations at the site, including a violation of a Town Justice Court Conditional Discharge that had required retroactive demolition by October 10, 2013.

The accumulated violations plus the discharge of demolition impelled May Six LLC to secure a demolition permit and the building was removed.

“I’m pleased that this unsightly and unsafe building has been demolished and removed from this neighborhood in Springs,” Cantwell said. “This shows how Code Enforcement, the Building Department and the Town Attorney’s Office can work together to enforce the code and that we can do a better job of protecting neighborhoods.”



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