Julian Adams, the director of the Bureau of Community Preservation Services with the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation & Historic Preservation, will attend next Monday’s Sag Harbor Historic Preservation and Architectural Review Board meeting to discuss historic preservation regulations, and specifically materials that should be allowed for reconstruction or renovation projects in the historic district.
That meeting will begin at 5 p.m.
Last Thursday, the ARB met to review several residential applications, including two applications for the Lighthouse Landing subdivision. Both properties, located at 18 Washington Avenue and 10 Lighthouse Lane, are proposed to have a single-family residence and an in-ground swimming pool. The ARB approved both homes, but tabled its approval for the swimming pools pending landscape plans and details about where pool equipment will be stored. Those applications will be revisited next Monday.
In other news, Susan Aminoff received approval for a gunite swimming pool and fence on Franklin Avenue; Deborah and Kevin O’Brien received approval for the removal of an existing chain link fence and the construction of a new wood fence on Joels Lane. The ARB also approved Thomas DiPrete’s plans for a cellar on Archibald Way and Shaun Woodward’s application for an addition on Suffolk Street.