Archive | September, 2008

Community Boat Shop Grand Opening

Posted on 29 September 2008

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Pierson Volleyball vs Center Moriches September 26

Posted on 29 September 2008

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Demanding a Design

Posted on 27 September 2008

For over two years now, the proposed condo project at 1, 3 and 5 Ferry Road has evolved, then regressed, seemingly never finding its footing or a concrete plan to bring to the public.   This haphazard method for presenting what is likely one of the most debated projects to darken the waterfront of Sag [...]

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Kudos, With Reservations

Posted on 27 September 2008

The Town of Southampton should be commended for adopting rigorous, albeit scaled back, energy codes that demand energy efficiency of its residents at a time when we see this issue as a necessity for municipalities to address — not a luxury.   When it was first adopted, we believed these codes took revolutionary steps down [...]

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Photography Comes of Age

Posted on 26 September 2008

Charles Cowles will tell you that he didn’t intentionally set out to amass a collection that reflects the evolution of photography through the 20th century. Nor did he focus on specific themes when it came to deciding what to add to his collection over the years. He just buys what he likes and always has. [...]

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Obituaries September 25

Posted on 26 September 2008

Angelina Mazzeo-Roll Angelina Mazzeo-Roll, a longtime resident of Sag Harbor, died at Southampton Hospital on Sunday, September 21. She was 89 years old. Born in Riverhead on January 28, 1919, she was the daughter of James V. and Anna (Benko) DeCristofaro. Mrs. Mazzeo-Roll was a graduate of Riverhead High School in 1938 and was a [...]

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From the People Who Brought You Sag Harbor

Posted on 26 September 2008

By Joseph Hanna The old harbor has never looked better. That’s the truth of the matter. But the question that needs to be answered is how did it get this way? Did it just happen? No. It did not. I must take you back with me for a few moments to a time when the [...]

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Letters September 25

Posted on 26 September 2008

Assessing Liability   Dear Bryan, In reference to your editorial dated September 18th regarding the “100 year old oak” I offer the following:  No can argue the merits and benefits that the Sag Harbor Tree Fund has and will continue to provide to the Village of Sag Harbor. Their commitment over the last ten years [...]

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At Midseason, Playoffs Possibility for Ladies

Posted on 26 September 2008

By Benito Vila   2007 was hard on the Lady Whaler varsity field hockey and soccer teams. Each team missed out on post-season play and both had growing pains; soccer in coming up to the varsity level and field hockey in getting on with lesser numbers. The 2008 season has seen a remarkable turnaround for [...]

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School Plans to Tackle More Than $8 Mil in Renovations

Posted on 26 September 2008

A facilities study of the Sag Harbor School District which began in 2007 has a list of projects totaling nearly $8 million — and this is not including major projects such as a new auditorium for the high school, a new cafeteria at the elementary school and parking. Those projects could more than double the [...]

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