Apartments in East Hampton Village are few and far between, with the second and third floors of 105 Newtown Lane making it one of East Hampton’s only “high-rises,” whose location combines both urban convenience and rural charm.
Two more protestors were arrested on Thursday morning in Montauk as the ocean waves lapped at the edges of an excavated hole in the sand lined with steel beams, hoses, and other equipment used by contractors building a sandbag seawall for the Army Corps of Engineers.
Two more protestors were arrested Monday morning after breaching the oceanfront work zone on Montauk's downtown beach, where contractors for the Army Corps are building a sandbag seawall along an almost two-thirds-of-a-mile stretch.
Surfers in Montauk paddled out into the ocean under a sunny sky on Sunday morning to form a symbolic “line of defense” in protest of the Army Corps’s construction on the downtown Montauk beach of a sandbag wall, which got under way in recent weeks.
Three people were arrested on a Montauk beach early Friday morning after about two dozen protesters gathered to block the path of bulldozers working on construction of a sandbag wall along the downtown shore.