A vote of confidence was clearly levied Tuesday night in the Sag Harbor School District, as residents turned out overwhelmingly in favor of the 2015-16 budget and re-elected two incumbents and one newcomer to the school board by landslide margins. Bridgehampton voters also overwhelmingly supported that district’s budget and re-elected three board members who ran unopposed.
Southampton Town Supervisor Anna Throne-Holst has confirmed that she will give up her town position this year and challenge freshman Republican Representative Lee Zeldin in 2016 instead.
Five candidates are vying for three seats on the Sag Harbor School Board in Tuesday’s board’s election and budget vote. Candidates were asked to weigh in on a number of issues during two public forums in the last week—first at a Sag Harbor PTA/PTSA Meet the Candidates evening last Thursday and again at the Noyac Civic Council on Tuesday.
There were no surprises when the deadline passed on Tuesday, May 12, for candidates for Sag Harbor Village candidates to turn in their nomination petitions.
Southampton Town Councilwoman Bridget Fleming has a big decision to make in the next two weeks: to run for another term on the town...
Sag Harbor Village voters will elect both a new mayor and a new village justice when they go to the polls on June 16.
Voters in Sag Harbor and Bridgehampton will return to the polls next month to cast their ballots for school board candidates and approve or deny districts’ proposed budgets.
The petitions are in and it's a race for Sag Harbor School Board of Education next month. Five candidates have submitted petitions for candidacy including...