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Southampton Town, Sag Harbor Village Cut A Deal To Allow Some Beach Access

Southampton Town and Sag Harbor Village have reached an agreement that will allow residents who live on the East Hampton Town side of the village to continue to have access to Sagg Main, Mecox, and Scott Cameron ocean beaches, as well as Long Beach, all of which are in Southampton Town, for this year.

Chamber Weighs In On Sag Harbor Waterfront Zoning Proposal

The Sag Harbor Village Board, which has been working on a proposed rezoning of much of its waterfront for the past six months, held the first of two scheduled work sessions on Monday to review the document. The second session will take place via Zoom on Monday, May 10, at 3 p.m.

New Law Offers Cushion, Enhanced Safety For Bikers

The first of its kind in New York State, the law requires motorists to leave 3 feet of space between their cars and cyclists traveling along the same road.

In The Midst Of Skyrocketing Sales, Town Board Agrees To Hire Consultant To Assist...

In The Midst Of Skyrocketing Sales, Town Board Agrees To Hire Consultant To Assist Assessors

Governor Announces Easing Of Most Pandemic Restrictions On Businesses Beginning Later This Month

In a joint release with New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy and Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont, Mr. Cuomo announced the easing of restrictions on businesses, as well as other gatherings and venues, in the region, given progress made in fighting the pandemic through the vaccination rollout and recent reductions in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations.

Airport Manager Bans Pilot Who Buzzed Sag Harbor And Springs Areas

Airport Manager Jim Brundige has banned local pilot David J. Wisner from operating any aircraft at the town-owned East Hampton Airport for 90 days, effective April 28, because of the “careless and reckless operation” of his Cessna 182 on April 13, when he buzzed Sag Harbor and Springs at extremely low altitudes.

Opposition Stalls Vote By North Haven Board To Ease Clearing Code

Facing a longtime resident’s complaint that their proposed revision of the clearing code “would substantially change our unique rural character,” members of the North Haven Village Board on April 20 defended — but agreed to table — the proposal for further review.

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Larocca Mulls Sag Harbor Mayoral Bid Against Incumbent Mulcahy

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After A Year Of Lockdown, Sag Harbor Residents Have Questions About Waterfront Zoning And Bay Street Theater Plans

Montauk Petition Adds To Pressure On Army Corps To Rebuild Eroded Beaches Sooner

Montauk residents and the Concerned Citizens of Montauk are trying to put a little political weight behind the pleas of East Hampton Town officials to convince the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to prioritize the replenishment of the beaches of downtown Montauk.

What’s The Buzz? A Celebration Of Legal Pot In Sag Harbor

Instead, “Sag’s 420 Freedom Rally,” which took place — when else? — at 4:20 p.m. on Tuesday, April 20, in Sag Harbor’s John Steinbeck Waterfront Park, was billed as an opportunity to inform people about the Marijuana Regulation and Taxation Act that was passed last month by the State Legislature and signed into law by Governor Andrew Cuomo.

Sag Harbor Developer Says He would Offer Space For 7-Eleven If He Could Only...

Sag Harbor Developer Says He would Offer Space For 7-Eleven If He Could Only Get A Building Permit

Mayor Still Hopes To See Powell Land Preserved Despite Rejection Of Offer

Mayor Still Hopes To See Powell Land Preserved Despite Rejection Of Offer

Wind Farms Will Not Sprout Off South Fork, But Fishermen Are Not Assuaged

The federal government for the first time last week formalized areas of the Atlantic Ocean off Hampton Bays and Westhampton as possible zones for future offshore wind farm development — though the agency said that the ocean bottoms there would not be leased in the near future.

Town Hopes To Build New Senior Center On Abrahams Path

East Hampton Town plans to purchase 7 acres off Abrahams Path that it hopes to use as the site of the new town senior services center and the East Hampton Food Pantry.

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