UPDATE: Sag Harbor Residents Reject Turf Field Proposal Wednesday - 27 East

UPDATE: Sag Harbor Residents Reject Turf Field Proposal Wednesday

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The voting booths set up at the Pierson Middle/High School for residents to vote on funds for the proposed turf field at the school on December 14. JON WINKLER

The voting booths set up at the Pierson Middle/High School for residents to vote on funds for the proposed turf field at the school on December 14. JON WINKLER

Sag Harbor School District Administrator Jennifer Buscemi, right, Athletic Director Secretary Geanne DiSanti, School Superintendent Katy Graves, Chief Elections Officer Judy Lattanzio, and District Clerk Mary Adamczyk discussing the voting results on the proposed turf field at the Pierson Middle/High School gymnasiu

Sag Harbor School District Administrator Jennifer Buscemi, right, Athletic Director Secretary Geanne DiSanti, School Superintendent Katy Graves, Chief Elections Officer Judy Lattanzio, and District Clerk Mary Adamczyk discussing the voting results on the proposed turf field at the Pierson Middle/High School gymnasiu

author on Dec 14, 2016
UPDATE: Wednesday, 9:50 p.m. The residents of Sag Harbor rejected plans to construct an artificial turf field at the Pierson Middle/High School on Wednesday, 1,016-135. “Our community members came out... more

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