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  • A 53-passenger sea shuttle to operate between Mitchell Park in Greenport and Long Wharf in Sag Harbor is being considered.
  •     The ongoing saga of the 16-foot “Legs” sculpture on the Lehr-Vered property in Sag Harbor has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, The New Yfork Times, newspapers in Australia and New Zealand, and on “News 12 Long Island” and the CBS affiliate in New York.
        Now the village’s zoning board of appeals will hold a hearing on Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. to determine whether the structure can remain where it stands, at the corner of Madison and Henry Streets.

  •    It’s Valentine’s Day as I am asked to write this “Relay,” and as I listen to “That’s the Way Love Goes” by Janet Jackson on my “love” playlist, chosen for inspiration, I assume today will be standard: Single female goes through the day trying not to be repulsed by those who get excited about a silly holiday.

  • A proposal to demolish the 1,874-square-foot Harbor Heights service station building in Sag Harbor was open for public discussion at the Sag Harbor Village Planning Board’s meeting on Tuesday evening.
  • The Nathaniel Rogers House in Bridgehampton, will soon be brought back to much of its former glory
  • The owner of Harbor Heights, has proposed a full redesign of the business, moving the pumps, adding restrooms and a convenience store.
  •    Hugh W. Wyatt, a black Cherokee Indian and Sag Harbor resident, is preparing to “put the beauty and creativity of the world on display” at Guild Hall’s John Drew Theater. The shows on Saturday and Sunday are in honor of Black History Month, and Mr. Wyatt feels that all of America’s musical genres have roots in gospel. Also celebrated will be the idea that “different cultures make beautiful music,” the producer and manager said.

  • Local environmental groups have asked the State Department of Environmental Conservation to immediately ban the three most frequently found chemicals from use on the Island.
  •     David Conlin of Springs was having his cesspool pumped on Jan. 10 when his dog Mookie ran out the back door and fell some 18 feet into the open cesspool.

  •    I just returned from my annual “girlfriends” vacation to Vero Beach, Fla., which began, true to tradition, with an open suitcase on the concrete at the curbside check-in at Long Island MacArthur Airport.

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