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Big Fix Could Cost $7 mil

Posted on 12 March 2009

After a semester’s worth of meetings on a facility study, the Sag Harbor School District’s long-range planning committee finally brought their suggestions to the board of education on Monday evening. Their suggestions came from a report completed in February 2007 by BBS Architects and Engineers, P.C., and on Monday the district’s architect was invited to [...]

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Party Calendar Fills Up

Posted on 12 March 2009

The process for special event permits in Sagaponack is finally working the way trustees in the village intended. After several months of tweaking a newly adopted law requiring outside assembly permits for events with 50 or more guests, the village now seems to have finally perfected the effort. The local law requiring special event permits [...]

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Legislator Jay Schneiderman

Posted on 12 March 2009

The East End Legislator based in Sag Harbor on banning the sale of plastic baby products with the chemical bisphenal A [BPA]. Schneiderman, the dangers of the chemical and what the community can expect next on the county level.   We  learned last week a bill was passed banning the sale of any plastic product [...]

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Tour of the National Grid remediation site

Posted on 12 March 2009

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Middle School Teams Battle Back

Posted on 06 March 2009

The girl’s middle school basketball seventh grade team put up a good fight on Thursday in their season opener against the Lady Baymen of Hampton Bays, going into double overtime, only to lose in the end by only one point, 38-37. Coach Jonathon Tortorella said he was “very proud of all the girls, our energy [...]

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Dr. Andrew Pepper

Posted on 05 March 2009

The local veterinarian, who will give a speech at Southampton Hospital next week on the dangers of communicable animal diseases, on prevention, detection and protecting your family. What are some of the problems the pediatricians at Southampton Hospital need to be aware of? The most common is bite wounds and making sure the doctors are [...]

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Storm Paints Village White

Posted on 05 March 2009

Spring is just 18 days away, but the weather outside seems to imply otherwise. On Monday, March 2, Sag Harbor village saw up to a foot of snowfall in some areas, while other areas the snow drifts were twice that amount. Area schools from Manhattan to Montauk were cancelled, due to the snow and freezing [...]

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School Community Connects on Facebook

Posted on 05 March 2009

Facebook, the online networking site, has become a popular pastime among members of the community and now parents, teachers, administrators and others can join a group to learn about Sag Harbor School and community events. Benefits of the Facebook group, according to school board member and founder of the group, Mary Anne Miller, are that [...]

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Local Venders Get Shot on School Bids

Posted on 05 March 2009

Today bids will be let at Eastern Suffolk BOCES for arts and crafts supplies for East End schools, and for the first time the bid specs may be small enough — and the number of districts few enough —to encourage local vendors to apply. At the beginning of the school year, Sag Harbor Schools Superintendent [...]

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Study Reveals Sister is Germiest — and other tales from the annual school science fair

Posted on 05 March 2009

Wonder which beverage stains teeth the most? Well, fifth-grader Rose O’Donoghue was curious, so she tested six drinks — red wine, V-8, coffee, tea, apple juice, and water. Out of those she tested, she found red wine did the most damage to pearly white smiles. O’Donoghue was one of approximately 150 students who showcased work [...]

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