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Approved to Move Studio

Posted on 21 January 2010

Paul Alter received permission to move a studio which is attached to his house, but applications to renovate the building and build a Gunite pool have been tabled.

The Sag Harbor Village Zoning Board of Appeals gave Alter the OK on Tuesday, January 19, to relocate the structure elsewhere on his property at 116 Bay Street, and use it both as a studio and for storage. But on Thursday, January 14, the village’s Board of Historic Preservation and Architectural Review tabled his and Gloria Stern’s application to install the pool and renovate the building.

In other zoning board news, the board approved an area variance for Thomas and Diane Halton to construct an uncovered porch at their home at 239 Redwood Road and approved 8 East Union LLC and Mario J. Palumbo, Jr. for a lot line modification and re-subdivision of two lots at 8 Union Street and 12 Union Street. The ZBA denied the application of Allan Nathan for an area variance to construct a shed at 18 Glover Street. The board tabled the application of Gena Lovett and Charles Jones for an area variance to build a new house at 74 Hillside Drive.

In other ARB news, the board approved a new awning for Il Cappuccino Restaurant on Madison Street, and tabled an application by Jonathan and Miki Herrick for renovations to the house at 5 Hempstead Street.

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