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Attorney plans to challenge East Hampton chalking fine

Jay Goldberg, a Manhattan attorney who lives part time in Bridgehampton, argues that East Hampton's three-hour limit on handicapped spaces places hardship on those with disabilities. Goldberg, who said he is blind in one eye and partially paralyzed in the other, and his wife Rema, who was driving, were issued a parking ticket on East Hampton's Main Street on June 1.  (Credit: Newsday / Vera Chinese)

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