Plan for new East Hampton police station/town hall on Tuesday’s ballot

One key issue tops the ballot in Tuesday’s election: Whether residents will end 30-plus years of dithering and approve a proposal to build a new Town Hall/police station. Heading the ballot is the proposal to spend $18.98 million to build a 33,400-square-foot building on a 5.4-acre parcel of land in the Edgewater Hills mixed-use development. If approved, the building would house town offices, the police department and the Board of Education under one roof.

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