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  • Despite voices of fear and opposition, Mayor Brian Gilbride and the members of the Sag Harbor Village Board voted Tuesday night to allow ferries in the village.
  •       Residents of all ages have been invited to get involved in Marine Meadows, the newest Cornell Cooperative Extension program aimed at restoring eelgrass, a vital habitat for shellfish and finfish, in local bays.

  •     Romaine Gordon, an East Hampton resident and owner of B East, an Amagansett fitness studio, has launched the Hamptons Water Company, selling water that originates in the Catskills region of New York with an average retail price of $3 a bottle.

  •    The Montauk Music Festival, a free live-music showcase, is expected to bring thousands of fans to town from next Thursday through Sunday, May 20. They will be able to choose from 200 performances from 100 bands, sprinkled through 30 Montauk venues both indoors and out.

  • Upgrades to bike lanes, shoulder repair, signs, parking limitations, and pavement markings are planned .
  • Fire departments from across Suffolk received invaluable experience from the April brush fires in Manorville and Ridge.
  •     The Bay Street Theatre, which is celebrating the extension of its lease on Long Wharf in Sag Harbor, has announced a 2012 mainstage lineup that includes comedy, a story of local baymen, and a world premiere musical.

  • The desire for emerald green, dandelion-free lawns is leading homeowners to pay for excessive applications of fertilizer.
  •     A sigh of relief was almost audible in Sag Harbor this week, following an announcement that the Bay Street Theatre had signed a 10-year lease for the building on Long Wharf it has leased for two decades. It had been reported last fall that the 2012 season would be the theater’s last in that location.

  • Board of Appeals voted to deny Janet Lehr and Vered’s application to keep a pair of 16-foot-tall “Legs”

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