Archive | October, 2011

Sag Harbor Planning Board Continues Review of Dow’s Plans for Former Methodist Church

Posted on 26 October 2011

According to Sag Harbor Village environmental planning consultant Rich Warren, the village is close to having all the information it needs to formally review Elizabeth Dow’s proposal to move her business into the former United Methodist Church on Madison Street. Dow hopes to bring her wall covering and design studio, workshop and internship program into [...]

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Committee Explores Future of Long Wharf

Posted on 26 October 2011

The future ownership of Long Wharf in Sag Harbor, which for over a year now has been debated by Suffolk County and Sag Harbor Village officials, will not likely be decided until after a new Suffolk County Executive is sworn into office. Despite that, a group of county and village officials gathered in Sag Harbor’s [...]

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Harry Toler Obituary

Posted on 24 October 2011

Harry Toler Harry Toler, 77, a resident of East Hampton’s Windmill Lane apartments, died on October 14, 2011. He was born in Southampton on September 29, 1934 to Carey and Gwendolyn (Loper) Toler. Mr. Toler, served in the Army. A former organist of Christ Episcopal Church in Sag Harbor he also worked as an attendant [...]

Joan Marie Reyes Obituary

Posted on 24 October 2011

Joan Marie Reyes This week marks the first anniversary of the death of Joan Marie Reyes who passed away peacefully on Wednesday, October 20, 2010 at Helen Porter Nursing Home in Middlebury, Vermont after a five year struggle with multi-infarct dementia and a 10 month battle with esophageal cancer. She was born February 9, 1935 [...]

Jack Musnicki Obituary

Posted on 24 October 2011

Jack Musnicki Jack Musnicki, of Bridgehampton, passed away on Friday, October 14, 2011, at the age of 72. Mr. Musnicki came from a family of potato farmers and his family noted that he had always fostered a strong connection with the land. “He was also very creative, which was passed on to his children and [...]

John Norwood Obituary

Posted on 24 October 2011

John Norwood John Norwood, 90, of Cobb Isle Road, Water Mill, died peacefully on October 14 at his home in Water Mill. He is survived by his wife, Ruth, nee Havemeyer, and five children, his daughters Christopher Norwood of Sag Harbor and New York, Karen Hoover of Chicago, and Nanette Norwood of New York; and [...]

Group Decries Corporate Greed

Posted on 21 October 2011

By Karl Grossman Occupy Wall Street came to Sag Harbor this weekend. Some 150 people gathered at an “Occupy the Hamptons” rally inspired — as were demonstrations all over the world Saturday — by the now month-long protest on Wall Street. At the foot of historic Long Wharf, corporate greed was being decried along with [...]

Whaler Wrap Up

Posted on 21 October 2011

Boys Varsity Soccer (4-2-2) The boys’ varsity soccer team has been knocked out of third place after a close, 0-1 loss to Southold (6-2-1) on Monday, October 17. The loss came off a disappointing 2-2 tie with a floundering team from Ross (1-5-2) last Thursday. Christian Bautista and Hunter Leyser each scored in the game [...]

Struggle to Succeed

Posted on 21 October 2011

By Andrew Rudansky The girls’ varsity soccer team broke their four game losing streak with a tie against the Southold/Greenport Settlers (4-4-1) in a home game at Mashashimuet Park on Saturday, October 15. The Lady Whalers have struggled all season to get tallies in the win column; they are currently sitting on a record of [...]

East Hampton Town Supervisors Debate Finances, Experience & the Future of the East Hampton Airport

Posted on 21 October 2011

On Monday night during the first televised debate between candidates vying for the East Hampton Town Supervisors seat, a brief sparring match erupted between incumbent Supervisor Bill Wilkinson and Democratic candidate Zach Cohen over which candidate has the financial experience to shepherd the town through a multi-million deficit. Outside of that interchange, while having largely [...]

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