Block Island aims to protect shoreline property from development

NEW SHOREHAM officials and Block Island conservancy groups approved the $10.5 million purchase of shoreline property Wednesday night near Champlin's Marina and Resort from Overlook Realty LLC. The land is the vacant property to the right of the building near the center of the photo. / GOOGLE LLC
NEW SHOREHAM – The New Shoreham Town Council and conservancy groups are seeking to purchase about four acres of property near the Great Salt Pond to prevent it from being developed commercially. The property abuts Champlin’s Marina and Resort in New Harbor, which was purchased by the Cranston-based real estate investment firm, the Procaccianti Companies,…

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