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Historic Districts

Historic districts have been created in Springs, Amagansett, and Montauk to preserve historic and architecturally interesting buildings – like the Stanford White houses overlooking the ocean in Montauk. Individual structures not in a historic district but deserving the same kind of preservation are now protected by a Historic Façade Easement detailing exterior and interior features to be undisturbed. The owner is compensated for the easement and agrees to open his house to the public one day per year. These programs add to the unique character of our town and enhance the quality of life, emphasized in the vision statement of the Comprehensive Plan.

 

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Protection of the Atlantic Double Dunes

 

The Town Comprehensive Plan:
Why It Is Important

 

Jonathan Barnes - Selah Lester House Saved

 

Accabonac Harbor Meadow

 

Town Comprehensive Plan

 

Open Space Purchases Are the Best Investment

 

The Community Preservation Fund

 

Guarding Our Bays

 

The Importance of Our Sole Source Aquifer

 

Meet Marguerite Wolffsohn - Town Planning Director

 

Affordable Housing

 

Town Code Enforcement Department

 

Town and Village Working Together

 

Town Emergency Communication System

 

Historic Districts

 

Historic Houses Become New Town Hall

 

Amagansett Life Saving Station Returns Home

 

Montauk Playhouse

 

Meet Scott Wilson - Director of Land Acquisition