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Controversial Sag Harbor Condos In Spotlight Tuesday

For the last two years the proposed condominium project at 1, 3 and 5 Ferry Road has been the topic of public discourse, whether...

Sagaponack Pushes for No Parking

Party planners who have held events in Sagaponack in the past may find that, come next summer, they will have more difficulty with parking...

Last Call For Style Bar

For five months, the owners of the Style Bar in Sag Harbor have requested that an application for a variance to legalize a second-story...

Gas Plant Remediation Begins This Week

  The remediation of the former Manufactured Gas Plant site in Sag Harbor Village will begin on during the week of September 22nd. Be advised...

Sag Harbor ARB Nix Steinbeck Motion

While the Sag Harbor Historic Preservation and Architectural Review Board (ARB) will move forward with its request that the village board of trustees designate...

Harbor Committee Approves Cleanup of Toxic Gas Ball Site

With one member absent and another abstaining, the Sag Harbor Village Harbor Committee gave its stamp of approval to the remediation of coal tar...

Village “Powerless” In Face of Fall Storms

“Three years to get an outlet in a wall,” lamented Sag Harbor Mayor Greg Ferraris during a Tuesday night Sag Harbor Board of Trustees...

Seek Ways to Track Student’s Progress

By Melissa Lynch   As the Sag Harbor School District settles into a new school year, superintendent Dr. John Gratto and members of the board of...

DeMayo Gains

Democratic nominee and Sag Harbor resident Andrea Schiavoni, who is up against Republican incumbent Tom DeMayo for the Southampton Town justice position, lost one...

Look To Clean Up

Now that summer has come to an end and the time is here to break out the rakes for fall clean-up, Sagaponack Village is...

Pool Execs Don’t Take New Law Swimmingly

“How many ‘tweaks’ does it take to make a law?” councilperson Chris Nuzzi asked fellow Southampton Town board members on Tuesday. Several, apparently. In late July...

Edible Schoolyard Proposed At Bridgehampton

More than a decade ago, chef Alice Waters founded the Edible Schoolyard in Berkeley, California sparking a national culinary movement to bring the production...

East End Digest – September 11

North Sea: Bocce Ball Finals Councilman Chris Nuzzi, Trustee Brian Tymann and other members of the Southampton Bocce League played the final game of the season...

Elementary School Students Take First Harvest

By Melissa Lynch The Sag Harbor Elementary School has finally completed its outdoor classroom — the long anticipated greenhouse — and now plants are ready...

Government News Digest – September 4

KeySpan: Meeting Draws Few Residents While a nine month remediation project is set to begin in the Village of Sag Harbor later this month, after almost...

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