The Sag Harbor Community Housing Trust, a sort of think tank set up by Gregory Ferraris shortly after he left his post as the village mayor when plans for the Bulova Watchcase condominium development were still under review, has been reawakened after a five-year slumber and is looking for help, Mr. Ferraris told the village board on Tuesday.
A brief power outage on Tuesday affected Sag Harbor Village’s sewer plant and the Sag Harbor Yacht Club, as reported and discussed at a meeting of the village board that night. A generator kicked on, according to Dee Yardley, the superintendent of public works.
Mr. Yardley explained that a fuse was tripped in one of the Long Island Power Authority transformers, resulting in only partial power to the plant. The outage was reported at 7 a.m., and power was restored just before 9 a.m.
Last year, Roger Waters showed up at Amagansett's Stephen Talkhouse when G.E. Smith was playing, Nick Kraus, a manager there, said. He missed it, unfortunately, he said, "Pink Floyd was there and I was nearby and had no idea." Anyway, he is surprised that tonight's 8 p.m. show, which will include Taylor Barton, has not yet sold out.
Mr. Kraus also couldn't believe there were still tickets for Xavier Rudd's show on Thursday night, a popular performer he called an "Australian Jack Johnson."