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Village Looks At Special Event Permits

In late June, the Village of Sag Harbor became aware that a Lionel Ritchie concert, among others, was planned at a Glover Street residence...

Village Reviews Toxic Cleanup Plan

The state mandated cleanup of the land under a former manufactured gas plant in Sag Harbor will involve large scale excavation, water treatment and...

Condo Developer Offers Bay Street New Theatre

Will the Bay Street Theatre find a new home on West Water Street next to Baron’s Cove Inn in Sag Harbor in a theatre...

Southampton Town Questions CPF Bills

Though the governor officially signed the legislation into law over a week ago, the Southampton Town Board is concerned with two new bills relating...

More Room At The Inn?

The owners of the Sag Harbor Inn, the Egosi family, are planning a 75-unit expansion to the West Water Street inn, a restaurant, and...

New Village Code Moves Towards Public Hearing

Despite over a half-dozen public meetings on the proposed changes to the Village of Sag Harbor zoning code, and subsequent revisions, the code is...

Concern Over State Housing Mandate

The Long Island Workforce Housing, which mandates inclusionary zoning for all of Nassau and Suffolk counties, passed the state assembly and the senate and...

East End Digest August 7

Southampton Hospital: Honored Employee (Left to Right) Paul Davin, Vice President of Human Resources, Robert S. Chaloner, Anna Capozello, Sheryl Bahamondes, Robin Pfennig and Matthew Cicillini...

County Interested in Gateway Properties

By Catherine McNamara   This past Friday, August 1, the Sag Harbor Citizens Advisory Committee gathered in the library of Pierson High School to discuss the...

East End Digest July 31

State Assembly: 4-Day School Week? Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele, Jr. is requesting input from school districts in the Second Assembly District related to a bill currently...

Housing Trust Set To Move Forward

With a proposed zoning code that includes a handful of affordable housing provisions, and $2.524 million dollars expected to flow into the Sag Harbor...

Gas Plant Cleanup Expected This Fall

The remediation of the land under a former manufactured gas plant in Sag Harbor will likely commence in September, according to Sag Harbor Trustee...

Are There Too Many Committees?

When new Sag Harbor school superintendent Dr. John Gratto was handed a list of board of education sponsored committees, 16 in total, he scratched...

Carriage House Approved

The proposed carriage house and retaining wall at Paris Fields and Clifton Murdock’s 314 Main Street property has all the details of a historic...

Helicopter Noise Bill Would Set 1500-ft Limit

http://www.youtube.com/v/hlf-y75zfJU&hl=en&fs=1 By Karl Grossman Suffolk Legislator Edward P. Romaine has drafted a bill under which Suffolk County would establish a minimum altitude at which helicopters could...

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On The Road: Food for Thought (and the College Student)

“There’s no food in this house!” So came the plaintive wails of our daughter as she perused the kitchen shelves in late December, having newly arrived from completion of her first semester of college. "Really?" I thought. "Is that possible? No food at all?"

Schaivoni Retracted LaValle Statement

Tommy John Schiavoni, the Southampton Town Councilman from Sag Harbor running for New York State Senate, retracted a statement critical of Senator Kenneth P. LaValle shortly after it was released following the announcement of Mr. LaValle’s retirement late last week.

Sara Cochran Named Executive Director of The Church in Sag Harbor

The Church — an incubator for the arts in the former Sag Harbor United Methodist Church building on Madison Street — now has an executive director and chief curator in Sara Cochran.