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Prof. Ashira Ostrow Comments in Newsday Story on Disputed Town Peddling Code Violation

Official photo of Hofstra Law faculty member Ashira Ostrow, Professor of Law and Associate Dean for Research and Faculty Development

East Hampton Says Beach Rental Service May Violate Town Code
By Rachelle Blidner
Newsday
July 25, 2017

Excerpt:

Ashira Ostrow, a Hofstra University law professor specializing in municipal and land use law, said the service seems to fall in a gray area of the peddling code because there is an exception for businesses that deliver goods purchased elsewhere to beaches without concession agreements.

Read the full article on the Newsday website (subscription required).

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