A new committee held its first meeting last month in Sag Harbor Village Hall to begin exploring the idea of expanding the service area of the municipal sewage plant.
If the Sag Harbor Village Board adopts a proposed amendment to the waterways code that has been in the works for at least two years, the village may soon require the skippers of all boats that anchor or moor for more than two weeks east of the breakwater to register with the harbormaster, submit proof of insurance and obtain mooring or anchoring permits.
“This has been a dream on the South Fork, of East End officials, for more than two decades,” said Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele Jr.
New York State Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele Jr. presented certificates signed by Governor Andrew M. Cuomo that create new state license plates intended to serve as a remembrance of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.
Anthony Brandt, who was the founding chairman of Sag Harbor’s Board of Historic Preservation and Architectural Review in the late 1980s, and who returned to the board in 2016, resigned on Wednesday.
State Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele Jr. last week issued a statement branding the project a “bait and switch” because a foreign company has acquired its Rhode Island-based owner and increased the project’s proposed power output from 90 to 130 megawatts.
In an effort to gain more support for his proposed West Water Street townhouses from Sag Harbor’s Board of Historic Preservation and Architectural Review, developer Jay Bialsky has announced he is scaling down one of the proposed buildings.
The Sag Harbor Board of Historic Preservation and Architectural Review on January 24 approved a proposal by the restaurant Dopo la Spiaggia to add a roof deck, put new mechanical equipment on the roof, expand the kitchen and add two handicap bathrooms.
With the Village of Sag Harbor poised to ignore a chorus of critics and begin building a vehicle impound lot for the Village Police...
To speed the delivery of parcels to regular customers with postal boxes, the Sag Harbor Post Office will be installing 66 lock boxes in seven free-standings units later this winter under the windows along the north wall of the postal box lobby.
Allen Kopelson, the cinema's architect, said Monday he is now reducing the 12-foot ceiling height of the third floor in certain places.
The review board took a straw poll and found two members were in favor and two members were opposed, before the newest board member was instructed to take more time to fully review the application.
Developer Jay Bialsky’s proposal for a three-unit townhouse complex on West Water Street inched toward a ruling by the Sag Harbor Planning Board on Tuesday even as controversy continued to plague the plans.
On Tuesday, prior to the public hearing, Town Planning Director Marguerite Wolffsohn said the town’s redevelopment of the adjacent church parcel, with on-site sewage treatment, could yield as many as 26 units.
With just weeks to go before the Long Island Rail Road’s “South Fork Commuter Connection” train service begins on March 4, the Southampton Town Board on Tuesday agreed to contract with the Hampton Jitney and the Hampton Hopper bus service to provide “last mile” transportation to and from the Bridgehampton and Southampton train stations to and from local employment centers, including downtown Sag Harbor and Pierson Middle-High School.