As Racanelli Construction site foreman Scott Tucker looks on, Sag Harbor Historical Society Trustee Jean Held helps Sag Harbor historian Dorothy Zaykowski examine a wine bottle that was recently found in the mud roughly six feet underneath the foundation of the Sag Harbor Cinema building during its ongoing renovation. According to features of the bottle’s construction, they believe the bottle would have been manufactured sometime around the year 1900.
Lovers of the season will appreciate the Southampton History Museum’s upcoming Holiday Party. Titled “Hearthside Cheer: Designer Tree Auction,” the party is from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, December 7. The festive evening at the Rogers Mansion, which was built during Southampton’s Gilded Age, will include food, drinks, music, and a designer tree auction.
Members of Sag Harbor’s Civil Service Union and eight additional employees will receive annual base pay hikes plus 3-percent raises for three years of a new five-year agreement that the Village Board of Trustees approved on Tuesday. For two of those years, salaries will rise by 3 percent but without the base-pay hike.