Hearing for The Hills development in East Quogue delayed after developer fails to notify public

TRD New York /
Oct.October 17, 2017 02:49 PM

A failure to notify the public of a final meeting for the Hills, a proposed luxury golf development in East Quogue, caused the hearing to be postponed. Arizona-based Discovery Land Company was required to post signs and mail notices to the community at least 14 days before the hearing, which was scheduled for Thursday, reported 27east. The developer failed to do so, according to a letter sent to the Southampton Town Board from the developer’s attorneys. Without that proper notice, the board lacks the jurisdiction to hold the hearing on changing the zoning of the property to allow developers to build 118 units and an 18-hole golf course along Spinney Road. [27east]


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