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Kardashians anger residents in the Hamptons

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Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian have already angered residents in the Hamptons as they prepare to spend the summer there.

The famous sisters are set to film their new reality TV show 'Kourtney & Khloe Take The Hamptons' for E! but neighbours are less than impressed by the thought of them spending the coming months in the area.

A source told the New York Post newspaper: "They have been looking at property on Little Plains Road in Southampton, and already the neighbors are up in arms about it.

"They don't want the hassle of the entourage, the cameras, the paparazzi and all the fanfare that comes with this attention-seeking family."

The siblings will open a Dash pop-up boutique in the luxurious coastal spot and will also work on relocating their SoHo-based store in New York City to a new area during the series, according to the network.

Kourtney's long-term boyfriend Scott Disick and their children, Mason, four, and Penelope, 19 months, will join them.

Southampton Village Mayor, Mark Epley, claims he has heard rumors about where Khloe and Kourtney will be living and he is concerned what residents will think of the show being filmed there.

He said: "The village is a fairly quiet [one], and I think there is some concern."

However, Mayor Epley said no filming permits have yet been filed and the family will have to "follow the guidelines".

According to the village website, filming on any beaches is not permitted from Memorial Day at the end of May through to September 30.

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