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Business Briefs for July 2, 2020

Business Briefs for July 2, 2020

Ticketholder Bar Approved For Sag Harbor Cinema

The resurrected Sag Harbor Cinema will include a bar where ticketholders can order drinks before a movie or during intermission.

EXPRESS SESSIONS: Business Owners, Lawmakers Hopeful About Reconomy Reopening In Time For Summer Season

South Fork business owners and area lawmakers said during a virtual Express Sessions forum last Thursday, June 25, that they were hopeful that, as Long Island continues moving forward in the state’s reopening plan after the coronavirus epidemic, lost time — and revenue — could be made up for this summer, as long as the virus continues its decline.

Dermont Will Sign Copies of ‘The Hamptons Kitchen’

Stacy Dermont, co-author of “The Hamptons Kitchen,” a new cookbook that was written with Hillary Davis, will be on hand at the Sag Harbor Farmers Market on Saturday, July 4, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. to sign copies of the new book.

Madoo is Open

The Madoo Conservancy gardens in Sagaponack are now open and welcoming visitors by appointment.

Trading In The City Office For A New Business Model

But now, Ms. Neuwirth is working from her home office in Bridgehampton while her employees are doing likewise at their homes across the region — from lower Manhattan and Westchester to New Jersey and Queens.

Stony Brook Southampton Hospital Reimagines Annual Summer Gala

Stony Brook Southampton Hospital Reimagines Annual Summer Gala

Business Briefs for June 25, 2020

Hudson Grace, a shop offering interior décor items, officially opened its Sag Harbor outpost at 17 Washington Street to customers on June 10.

Southampton Wins Injunction Against Sand Land In Noyac

Four years after Southampton Town went to court to force Sand Land, the Noyac sand mine and recycling facility, to stop processing vegetative waste and construction and demolition debris, it has received the preliminary injunction it sought.

Sag Harbor Chamber President and Vice President Announce They Will Step Down

Sag Harbor Chamber President and Vice President Announce They Will Step Down

Shelter Island Community Pulls Together To Support Local Shop Owner

Devastated by the market’s possible closure, Ms. Eiffel’s community of friends, fans, and foodies have come together and started a GoFundMe page on her behalf – quickly earning $140,687 of their $300,000 goal, as of Tuesday evening. This goal will fulfill a bank loan enabling the business to stay afloat as it generates income over the summer.

Coronavirus Outbreak Discovered At The Bridge After Tragic Coincidence

The exclusive golf club known as The Bridge saw an outbreak of coronavirus infections sweep through its grounds crew and kitchen staff last month — illustrating both the ease with which the coronavirus can spread in a close community and the ratio of serious health effects.

Business Briefs for June 18, 2020

Business Briefs for June 18, 2020

Q&A: New General Manager Says WPPB Will Become WLIW, Move To New Studios And...

Q&A: New General Manager Says WPPB Will Become WLIW, Move To New Studios And Become Part Of An Islandwide Multimedia Plan

Outdoor Dining Permits On The Menus And Minds Of South Fork Restaurants And Lawmakers

Like municipalities across the East End and Long Island, local lawmakers have been scrambling to conceive strategies for expanded outdoor dining opportunities since June 3, when Governor Andrew Cuomo announced he’d take outdoor dining “out of phase,” and allow it to commence during the phase two of his four phase, NY Forward reopening plan, which began Wednesday, June 10, on Long Island.

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A Short History Of A Long Wharf

As a result of what was uncovered during the wharf project, which is now nearing completion, Heller has just published a new book, titled “A Short History of Sag Harbor’s Long Wharf.” In it, he takes a look back at the structure that has served as the centerpiece of the village for centuries.

Stop-Work Order Upheld, But Sag Harbor Officials Say Damage Done

Sag Harbor Village this week obtained a temporary restraining order, allowing it to enforce a stop-work order on the renovation of a house at 24 Rysam Street that village officials say resulted in the destruction of an historic building.

Sag Harbor Remains Vigilant Against Virus

As Sag Harbor Village begins to reopen for business with the coronavirus receding in New York, Mayor Kathleen Mulcahy said this week, it was important to be vigilant about measures like maintaining social distancing and wearing masks.