Representatives of musician Billy Joel on Thursday presented plans for the renovation of his house at 20 Bay Street that are more in tune with what the Sag Harbor Board of Historic Preservation and Architectural Review usually likes to hear.
Two of the most eagerly anticipated developments in Sag Harbor Village, a new pizzeria on Main Street and a condominium development on the waterfront, both inched forward on Tuesday with actions taken by the Sag Harbor Planning Board.
A divided town board voted to support entering into an agreement with Deepwater Wind to grant an easement that would allow the company to run power cables from its proposed offshore wind farm under town-owned roads in Wainscott.
The sun may have set for the Southampton Town Opioid Addiction Task Force, but the town is still shining a light on the problem of opioid addiction.
The time has come for the Town of Southampton to come to terms with “a legacy of contamination that the town has inherited” from a myriad toxic deposits and spills over the decades, said one expert this week.
Just how the towns of Southampton and East Hampton will provide a “last-mile South Fork Commuter Connection” to take riders directly to and from work and local train stations and off the highways all depends on responses to requests for proposals.
As a result of a decision by the tower chief at East Hampton Airport to shut down helicopter arrivals and departures along the south shore last Friday, helicopter noise may be hitting levels in Noyac and parts of Sag Harbor and Northwest Woods not heard in years.
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation will host a series of meetings in July and August to gather feedback from stakeholders about the state’s current commercial fishing licensing system and ways it can be improved.
New York State Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele has been endorsed by five separate political parties in his 2018 bid for re-election.
Environmentalists and government leaders gathered with concerned citizens in Noyac on Friday and in a collective voice called for the closure of Sand Land, a sand mine and vegetative waste processing facility in Noyac.
The Towns of Southampton and East Hampton may finally put a dent in the so-called “trade parade” commuter traffic jam that severely clogs the South Fork with a public transit network beginning early next year.
The Sag Harbor Zoning Board of Appeals on Tuesday formally approved variances allowing the Dock House on Long Wharf to legalize a number of seats and waive parking requirements and allowing Donald Sultan, a Sage Street resident, to keep a generator in his yard in a spot that doesn’t conform to the village code.
Last Thursday, the Board of Historic Preservation and Architectural Review approved plans for the demolition of two existing houses and construction of homes to replace them, one on Meadowlark Lane and one on Redwood Road.
Plans are taking shape for the condominiums proposed by developer Jay Bialsky for his newly acquired property on West Water Street, with new details presented during last Thursday’s meeting of the Sag Harbor Board of Historic Preservation and Architectural Review.
Roiling division among Democrats in East Hampton Town has set the stage for a September primary race for candidates hoping to run under the party banner for a one-year term on the East Hampton Town Board.