Developer files $100M lawsuit over rejected East Quogue luxury golf course project

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Apr.April 18, 2018 12:19 PM

The Discovery Land Company said the Southampton Town Board was “unconstitutional and unlawful” when it rejected the company’s “The Hills at Southampton” proposal in December, according to 25 East. The developer had hoped to build 118 luxury housing units and an 18-hole golf course on 600 acres. But the town shot it down in December, citing environmental concerns. The developer, in its lawsuit, demands the town overturn the votes against its project, pass a law allowing the development to move forward, and for the town to pay $100 million in damages along with attorney fees. [27East]


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