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Dec 27, 2016 10:03 PMPublication: The Southampton Press

Sag Harbor Community Holds Vigil

Sag Harbor Mayor Sandra Schroeder and Sister Ann Marino of Cormaria at the vigil on Tuesday evening.
Dec 27, 2016 10:03 PM

Members of the Sag Harbor community came together at the Christmas tree on Long Wharf on Tuesday evening as a sign of solidarity and to look forward to the new year after fire ripped through downtown on December 16. KYRIL BROMLEY PHOTOS

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But not a candlelight vigil?
By Funbeer (272), Southampton on Dec 28, 16 1:02 AM
I know it sounds crass but NOBODY DIED! There is much more suffering and death right now in this community, and world and hunger and despair, and mothers lost, children killed. It can all be rebuilt and with everyone jumping in with donations and insurance it'll be even bigger and brighter. A candlelight vigil c'mon.
By lirider (288), Hampton Bays on Dec 29, 16 5:43 AM
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