Archive | September, 2009

Devil is In the Details

Posted on 21 September 2009

We are pleased to see a work session has been scheduled to bring the discussion about a winter ice rink in Sag Harbor back to the table. As we have already opined, we heartily support the concept in theory as The Express views this as an economic opportunity the village should not pass by, particularly [...]

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Guldi Indicted a Second Time

Posted on 20 September 2009

Former Suffolk County Legislator, George Guldi was arraigned on Thursday for insurance fraud, forgery and other crimes related to the theft of insurance money paid to reconstruct his Westhampton Beach home destroyed by a fire in November 2008, said a statement released by the county. Guldi was indicted last month for his alleged role in [...]

To Privatise Or Not: CONPOSH Weighs in on Town’s Waste Management Proposal

Posted on 20 September 2009

CONPOSH, or the Coalition of Neighborhoods for the Preservation of Sag Harbor, often holds meetings on controversial local topics. On Sunday, waste management in Southampton Town was the subject of the day at a panel discussion held at the First Presbyterian (Old Whalers’) Church. Town residents were invited to debate the merits of a town [...]

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Samba Boom Helps Rally to Save WLIU

Posted on 20 September 2009

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Sag Harbor Looks to Restructure Waterfront

Posted on 19 September 2009

As Sag Harbor continues to revamp its laws to meet the demands of increasing development of the village, its Harbor Committee hopes to reform its waterfront to battle those same challenges. On Monday, September 14, the committee vowed to take a hard look at the current organization of harbors and docks in Sag Harbor, also [...]

Richard Flood

Posted on 19 September 2009

The North Haven resident and local builder has teamed up with Doug Herman to organize the inaugural Lance Corporal Jordan C. Haerter Memorial Fishing Tournament to benefit Building Homes for Heroes and the Wounded Warrior Project this Saturday in Sag Harbor. Haerter, a Sag Harbor native and Marine, was killed in Iraq by a suicide [...]

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Richard Flood

Posted on 18 September 2009

The North Haven resident and local builder has teamed up with Doug Herman to organize the inaugural Lance Corporal Jordan C. Haerter Memorial Fishing Tournament to benefit Building Homes for Heroes and the Wounded Warrior Project this Saturday in Sag Harbor When did you decide to organize a fishing tournament in Lance Corporal Jordan Haerter’s [...]

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Lady Whaler Soccer Outscores Opponents 10-3 in Preseason

Posted on 18 September 2009

By Benito Vila It’s never easy to be the new kid in town. It can be hard to fit in, recognition and achievement often forcing changes to the social order and pushing those that have been popular a bit on the outside. It can be that way for a new sports program, too, but Pierson [...]

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Royals Overtake Whaler Cross Country in Season’s First Meet

Posted on 18 September 2009

By Benito Vila Sunken Meadow. The words are synomous with effort and competition for Suffolk’s high school cross-country runners, the state park in Kings Park being the site of the county’s end-of-season class championships and the home of the legendary “Cardiac Hill”. The Pierson cross-country teams made their 2009 debuts there Tuesday, meeting their counterparts [...]

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Bonac Comes Back in Opener; Pierson Field hockey, volleyball home today; boys’ soccer home Monday

Posted on 18 September 2009

By Benito Vila How a season starts is not always how it ends. Early losses are not always an indication of a tough road ahead any more than an opening day win makes anyone a champion. Still, it’s always better to be 1-0 or 2-0 than 0-1 or 0-2. Bonac football kicked off its 2009 [...]

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