As the winter slows traffic on the streets, the number of items on the agenda for the Sag Harbor Historic Preservation and Architectural Review board has also quieted down. During the ARB’s meeting, held on Monday, February 23, only two projects were discussed.
The first item concerned the former Harbor Heights gas station. Gregory Miller, who is leasing space from the new owner of the Harbor Heights gas station on Hampton Street, sought ARB approval for a change in signage. Miller would like to install a wood sign painted white with kelly green lettering, which says Sag Harbor Service Station. The sign will be installed to alert the public that he will be operating a mechanic service station on the site. Harbor Heights, the popular local gas station, closed down and changed ownership in the fall of 2008. However, local residents may have noticed Pam Kern is still managing the gas station.
Also, a change of windows was approved at 32 Bridge Street.