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Letters to the Editor: 7/9/20

Letters to the Editor for the week of July 9, 2020.

Letters to the Editor: 7/2/20

Letters to the Editor for the week of July 2, 2020.

Letters to the Editor: 6/25/20

Letters to the Editor for the week of June 25, 2020.

Editorial: A Warning Shot

After months of stress-filled days due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, some cracks are beginning to show.

Letters to the Editor: 6/18/20

Letters to the Editor for the week of June 18, 2020.

Letters to the Editor: June 11, 2020

Letters to the Editor for the week of June 11, 2020

Letters to the Editor: June 4, 2020

Letters to the Editor for the week of June 4, 2020

Letters to the Editor: May 28, 2020

Letters to the Editor for the week of May 28, 2020.

Letters to the Editor: February 27, 2020

Fond Memories I really enjoyed Jim Marquardt’s article on the Watchcase factory saving Sag Harbor . The history of Fahys and Bulova were very informative....

Letters to the Editor: January 6, 2020

The Real Enemy I write to you today as a private citizen, not representing any of the organizations with which I work professionally or personally. The...

Letters to the Editor: January 30, 2020

Spirit Is Alive On January 24, the Sag Harbor Booster Foundation hosted the ninth annual Spirit Night. It is an evening designed to showcase and...

Letters to the Editor: January 23, 2020

Do The Right Thing It is very heartening to read that Sag Harbor Village is seriously contemplating a partial ban on gas-fired leaf blowers ....
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Letters to the Editor: January 16, 2020

The Real Reasons Last week’s full-page editorial assault on President Trump and on Congressman Lee Zeldin for supporting him bemoans the state of our...

Letters to the Editor: January 9, 2020

A Happy Reminder I would like to acknowledge my thanks for a number of things. A few weeks ago, I lost my wallet at the Water...

Letter to the Editor: December 20, 2019

Greatest Challenge I would like to commend Sag Harbor Mayor Kathleen Mulcahy for bringing transparency and openness to the village. In a short time, she...

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