Those changes weren’t enough to inspire members of the ZBA to sign off immediately on at least nine variances needed to move the project forward, and indeed, the board continued Tuesday to press representatives of developer Jay Bialsky to go even further in their attempts to negotiate approvals.
Denise F. Keane, the recently retired general counsel of the Altria Group, Inc., is leading an effort on the East End to launch an organization she is calling S.A.G.E. East End, for Sustainable Actions for Gender Equality. Its first public event will be a “mix and mingle” in Sag Harbor on Saturday.
SagTown operates under an agricultural markets rule that allows “assembly line” style food production, and pointed out SagTown is using the same convection-style equipment that Starbucks and Dunkin’ Donuts use.