Prudential Douglas Elliman Real Estate's Enzo Morabito sounded an alarm in Sagaponack Village recently to alert property owners of new legislation the Village Board is considering that would make it harder to put in tennis courts — a move he says could knock $1 million off the value of a property, The East Hampton Star reports.
At Monday night's Village Board meeting, the room was packed with residents opposed to the proposal, which would increase the setback necessary for a tennis court to be approved, according to The Star, which reports that Morabito sent a mailer to village residents' P.O. boxes.
The Star reports that Sagaponack Village Mayor Donald Louchheim said the law is aimed as a compromise to curb property owners from covering their entire property with amenities — like tennis courts on lots less than 3 acres — and the legislation is equal to or even less restrictive than the law in neighboring municipalities.
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