Gov. Kathy Hochul entered a large white tent set up at the foot of Turtle Hill Wednesday evening and sat in the front row, while Dick White, treasurer of the Montauk Historical Society, was speaking at a lectern adorned with a seal of the Montauk Lighthouse.
She was there to celebrate the completion of several restoration projects. From the tent, waves could be heard lapping against a new $38-million revetment, a pile of incredibly large and strategically placed rocks, while barn swallows looped over the meadow dominated by the 110-foot Lighthouse, newly patched.
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