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Four for Three Seats on Library Board

Four people filed nominating forms by the deadline last Friday, August 24, to run for the John Jermain Memorial Library Board of Trustees in the library election and budget vote set for next month.

School District Spells Out Stella Maris Delays

Administrators attributed the change to the architectural review procedure by the New York State Education Department — a process that has been blamed for cost increases in other recent Sag Harbor School District construction projects.
U.S. Rep. Lee Zeldin

Zeldin Announces Grant To Aid Stranded Marine Life, Funds for Montauk Fire Department

Congressman Lee Zeldin announced this week that the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has given a $100,000 grant to the Atlantic Marine Conservation Society (AMSC) of Hampton Bays.

Thiele Supports Wind Study for New York State

New York State Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele Jr. announced this week his support for an offshore wind study in New York State.

Sag Harbor School Board Limits Middle Schoolers’ Cell Phone Use

Come September, students at Pierson Middle School will have to keep their cell phones not only silenced, but also out of sight and not in pockets or otherwise on their person

Sag Harbor Planning Board Postpones West Water Street Hearing

Attorney Tiffany Scarlato, representing the developer and his team, explained they are adjusting the plans following last week’s meeting with the village’s Zoning Board of Appeals.

Gruber Tossed From Independence Party Line in East Hampton Town Board Race

A Suffolk County Supreme Court judge on Friday tossed out the town board candidate petition filed by the East Hampton Independence Party on behalf of David Gruber.A Suffolk County Supreme Court judge on Friday tossed the town board candidate petition filed by the East Hampton Independence Party on behalf of David Gruber. 

Board Hears Debate Over Billy Joel’s House, Postpones Vote

While musician Billy Joel was getting ready to sing at Madison Square Garden on Thursday, several Sag Harbor residents were busy vocalizing staunch opposition to the renovations he has proposed for his house on Bay Street during a meeting of the Board of Historic Preservation and Architectural Review.

A Call for Pressure to Shut Down Sand Land

Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele Jr. expressed astonishment on Tuesday that the New York State DEC hasn’t acknowledged a recent county water quality report as damning evidence that the Wainscott Sand and Gravel Corporation sand mine.

Ferraris Steps Down from Sag Harbor Village Planning Board

Gregory Ferraris, a former Sag Harbor Village Mayor and Trustee, stepped down from his post as chairman of the village planning board on Monday.

Variances Approved for New House in Sag Harbor Hills

The Zoning Board of Appeals on Tuesday approved six variances that allow a proposed three-bedroom, three-bathroom residence at 47 Terry Drive, once hotly contested by neighbors, to move one step closer to being built.

Zoning Board Chastises Sag Town Coffee at Hearing

The Zoning Board of Appeals on Tuesday reluctantly agreed to postpone Sag Town’s appeal of Mr. Preiato’s determination that the business is operating outside the scope of the use specified on its certificate of occupancy.

Lot Line Change, Long in the Works, Finds Favor with Zoning Board

An application that has lingered before Sag Harbor’s regulatory boards for several years took a step forward Tuesday with the Sag Harbor Zoning Board of Appeals looking favorably upon a lot line modification involving three properties that would be reconfigured down to two lots.

Sag Harbor Zoning Board Takes Up West Water Street Condos

When Sag Harbor’s Board of Historic Preservation and Architectural Review last viewed preliminary plans for Jay Bialsky’s redevelopment of 2 West Water Street, its chairman predicted the village’s Zoning Board of Appeals would have a hard time with the project. That’s exactly what began to unfold Tuesday.

Water Authority Breaks Ground on New District in Wainscott

The Suffolk County Water Authority broke ground Monday morning on a new water district in Wainscott — a $24 million project that will bring public water to 520 homes in the hamlet.

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17 Trucks Taken Out of Service During Inspection Detail in Sag Harbor

Sag Harbor Village Police assisted officers from the New York State Department of Transportation in a safety enforcement detail throughout the village on September 20.

Osprey Wins Maycroft Cup at Sag Harbor Yacht Club

George Martin sailed Osprey  to victory in the annual Maycroft Cup regatta at the Sag Harbor Yacht Club on Saturday, September 22.

Lady Whalers Kick Off Homecoming in Style

The Pierson-Bridgehampton girls volleyball team cruised past Center Moriches, 3-0, to kick off homecoming weekend on Friday, September 21.