No injunction for Hamptons party houses

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Aug.August 18, 2011 06:20 PM


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The New York Supreme Court has opted not to enact injunctions against
two Hamptons homes that residents say are party houses, the
Southampton Patch reported. Both houses have numerous code enforcement
violations that need to be addressed by the end of the week, said Tiffany Scarlato, an attorney for the town. The first home is at 1432 Scuttle Hole
Road in Bridgehampton, and was reportedly rented by Gilt City for
parties, classes and other events for which the company would charge admission. The second house is at 2136 Deerfield Road in Noyac, and has also
received numerous complaints from neighbors and visits from code
enforcement. Gilt City was prevented from moving into East Hampton
Village by the village board. Resident Mark Humphrey, who lives across
the street from the Deerfield Road property, said he has called the
police at least seven times this summer in the middle of the night to
complain about noise from large parties.“One time I couldn’t even find
my driveway,” he said. Scarlato said that in spite of the injunction,
the town would continue to monitor the houses. [Patch]


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