As expected, the Sag Harbor Village Board on September 23 voted to move forward with a six-month moratorium on major projects in its central waterfront district to give a team of planning consultants time to craft guidelines to guide future development.
Sag Harbor Hopes To Undertake Initial Improvements To Steinbeck Park
OLA Seeks Police Disciplinary Records Under 50-a Repeal
In 20 years as an elected official, Southampton Town Supervisor Jay Schneiderman has never presented a budget that increased taxes — until this week. On Thursday, he unveiled a spending plan that, if adopted as is, carries a 2.49 percent tax increase, amounting to $12 per year for a property valued at $500,000.
The East Hampton Town Trustees this week agreed to support the proposed dossier of agreed-upon caveats to the South Fork Wind Farm’s cable installation plans, even though the Town Board will not give its own stamp of support to the document.
In a year that has been anything but, it was largely status quo on Monday, September 21, as the Sag Harbor Village Board gathered — remotely, of course — for its annual organizational meeting after a brief — and socially distanced — swearing in of reelected
That changed last week when the North Haven Village Board formally designated the pond, off Sunset Beach Road, where generations of children from North Haven, Sag Harbor, and Noyac learned how to ice skate, as Ryder’s Pond after the family that lived next to it for many years.
Following months of negotiations with interested parties, skeptics and outright opponents of the South Fork Wind Farm, the project’s developers have submitted a new outline of their construction proposal that adds a number of new conditions that bow somewhat to the demands of fishermen, environmentalists and lawmakers.
All For The East End Hits $1 Million Donation Milestone To Help East End's Hungry
Proposal Aims To Make Route 114 Safer For Pedestrians, Bikers
Without Federal Aid And An Accurate Census, The Situation Is 'Dire' In Southampton Town, Supervisor Says
Town Attorney Recalls Brother's Courageous Sacrifice In The North Tower On September 11, 2001
The back-and-forth legal battle between Southampton Town, environmentalists, and neighbors with Sand Land, the sand mine and recycling facility run by Wainscott Sand and Gravel off Millstone Road in Noyac, took a sharp turn in Sand Land’s favor recently when an Albany court upheld an expanded mining permit that was issued to the company in early 2019.
A pair of brothers are proposing to remove an existing family home in Sag Harbor’s historically African American Azurest community to build a new waterfront house that they can both use with their children and grandchildren.
East Hampton Town will consider making outdoor dining allowances afforded to local restaurants during the COVID-19 pandemic permanent in response to public applause of the policy and worries that health concerns about indoor spaces may be on minds for a long time.