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On Tuesday morning, demolition workers continue to take away the debris after knocking down the Compass building in Sag Harbor. Taylor K. Vecsey

Keith Grimes Inc. worked to demolish the building at 84 Main Street in Sag Harbor, three days after a fire gutted it and undermined its structural integrity.
Keith Grimes Inc. demolished the Sag Harbor Cinema, at the request of village officials who said it was in danger of immediate collapse.

Officials, including County Executive Steve Bellone and Town Supervisor Jay Schneiderman, surveyed the damage to the buildings on Sag Harbor's Main Street. Shane Dyckman, dressed in his firefighter gear, lost his business, Sagtown Coffee, and his wife's business, Collette Luxury Consignment. Taylor K. Vecsey
Taylor Vecsey
Southampton Town Supervisor Jay Schneiderman and Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone surveyed the damage at the back of Sagtown Coffee.
County Executive Steve Bellone and Mayor Sandra Schroeder
Shane Dyckman, the owner of Sagtown Coffee, speaking to County Executive Steve Bellone, center, and Southampton Town Supervisor Jay Schneiderman, helped fight the fire as a volunteer firefighter with Sag Harbor's Fire Department.
Steve Bellone surveys the damage at SagTown Coffee.
An interior view of Collette Luxury Consignment, which was also badly damaged.
The back of the Sag Harbor Cinema

The Red Cottage was already gutted by flames when the Bridgehampton Fire Department was called Friday afternoon. Michael Heller





A cottage on Town Line Road in Sagaponack was destroyed in a fire on Friday afternoon. Michael Heller photos

In Amagansett, J. Kent Howie, right, who has served for the past 10 years in the position, and Dwayne Denton, left, a past chief, are vying for the position photos by Christine Sampson and Durell Godfrey