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Help Save It

An unrest is growing stronger between the ones who wish to stop the overdevelopment of Shinnecock Hills and the ones who don’t. Although Southampton Town has the funds to purchase,...

Extremist Ideas

Why do Republican legislators want to pass laws making a woman’s rights mean nothing — and the cluster of cells growing in her body mean everything? There is a small...

Bad, Bad, Bad

Recently, Robbie Mook, Hillary Clinton’s campaign manager, under oath in a federal courtroom, admitted that Hillary gave the go-ahead to provide a reporter with the dirt that Trump had back-door...

Who’s The Daddy?

Regarding the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision to strike down Roe v. Wade, I would like to offer some suggestions. The time and place for the original decision of Roe...

Work Together

Last week, North Haven elected Chris Fiore as its new mayor. I have congratulated Chris and promised to work together with him for the good of North Haven and to...

Know The Rules

This letter is being written to you from Mecox Beach in Bridgehampton. My husband, Tip, and I just came for the first time since summer set in. It is heavenly....

Celebrating What?

To all those cheering the demise of Roe v. Wade, I need to ask: What exactly are you celebrating? The woman who may die because she can’t end a life-threatening...

Worthwhile Campaign

When I decided to run for mayor of North Haven, I knew it was an uphill battle. I knew there was going to be a lot of money spent, and...

Rules Of The Road

Over Memorial Day weekend, I was pleasantly surprised by how conscientious drivers were about keeping a safe distance from those of us on bicycles. Thank you, sincerely. The rest of...

Inadequate Republic

“Congress shall make no laws respecting an establishment of religion, or the free exercise thereof …” Yet our U.S. Supreme Court gives itself permission to use the voiding of Roe...

Where Are They?

On Saturday, May 28, the village business district of Sag Harbor was unbelievable with traffic on this Memorial Day weekend. While turning right next to the post office, off Long...

Lifesavers

On behalf of the entire Federico family, I write this letter with great gratitude to all of those who came out on June 10 and participated in our annual Jim...

In It Together

On behalf of all of us here at Group for the East End, I want to express our thanks for The Express News Group coverage of our 50th anniversary. In...

Desecration Of Nature

My grandparents bought land, around 1920, which is now the Anna and Daniel Mulvihill Preserve. They cherished and protected all of its species. My father, William Mulvihill, bought adjacent parcels,...

Determined ‘Screamer’

In response to the letters in favor of a cellphone tower, the “very small group of screamers” that made “false claims” and points that have “zero validity or substance,” I...

A Formidable Coalition

Last week, I wrote a letter to the editor that was butchered by The Express and reworked to read as nonsensical. The vital point I was making pertained to the...

Runway On Water

Look, up in the sky — it’s another seaplane! We don’t know for sure what’s coming, but if flights from New York City to the East Hampton Airport are reduced...

Clear And Present Danger

Your newspaper continues to be a service for which we are deeply grateful. I do hope I have sufficiently recovered my composure to write to you constructively in response to...

Leaders Of Change

As a Sag Harbor local who read history textbooks and learned of the Supreme Court case of Roe v. Wade at Pierson High School, it is with the utmost urgency...

A Serious Subject

Young women out there, please don’t believe the one-sided views from the “pro-choice” movement. Take it from me and countless other women. I live with sadness and regret from having...

He Came Through

Those down around Long Wharf on Saturday afternoon, June 11, may well have heard the happy sounds of a steel band and seen guests boarding motor yachts, sizes 40 to...

Nonsensical

Recently, Nassau County Executive Bruce Blakeman was interviewed on TV. He was asked to comment as to how to prevent another slaughter like the one in Uvalde, Texas. As expected,...

The Right Stuff

As a resident, current member of the Board of Architectural Review, and former member of the Parks and Recreation Committee, I feel compelled to share my thoughts, concerns and perspective....

Respect The Rules

Thank you to The Express News Group for hosting the debate with the North Haven mayoral candidates on June 7. It showed that there are big differences between the candidates....

Long Way To Go

It is good news that common sense gun violence prevention legislation in Congress is gaining bipartisan support, although it has a long way to go, because most such legislation has...

Dedicated Public Servant

As you may or may not know, my father, John Reiser, entered the mayoral race not long ago, and since he is not one to talk about his accomplishments, I’ve...

Details Matter

North Haven Village residents will vote on Tuesday, June 21, for its mayor in the first contested contest in decades. The former mayor retired after many years of good service,...

Fair And Balanced

Thanks for hosting the North Haven mayoral debate last week. I think it was a very informative and well run. I’m writing to voice my support for Terie Diat in...

No Agenda

I am writing to ask the Village of North Haven residents for their votes for me, John “Jack” F. Reiser, on June 21. Many issues have been raised that separate...

Open And Honest

As a resident of North Haven, I’m writing to endorse Chris Fiore for North Haven mayor. Honesty, openness, respect and thoughtful regard for protecting the beauty of our village are...

Full-Court Press

The Democratic Party is employing a full-court press to try to get back into the game being played for the 2022 midterm elections. They have several key players to deploy...

Peaceful Respite

My husband and I have been full-time residents and registered voters in North Haven for 29 years. We raised our daughter here, built successful businesses here, and we chose to...

Choice Is Clear

As resident of North Haven, I want to express that Terie Diat has been a total breath of fresh air since she was elected as a trustee nearly two years...

Primary Choice

Starting last Thursday night, the U.S. House Select Committee on the January 6 Attack began a series of eight public hearings on the events leading up to and culminating with...

Superior Choice

As a resident of North Haven for over six years, the mayoral debate was a great opportunity for me to learn about the candidates. It has been said that the...

Credit Where Due

I understand that Jack Reiser took credit for building the North Haven Village Hall during the mayoral debate. I was North Haven trustee in the early 1980s. The board at...

Honest And Dedicated

My family and I have been North Haven community members for 50 years. I have known Terie Diat for 30 years. Terie Diat is honest, dedicated and conscientious. Terie has...

You Have It Or You Don’t

To anyone following the mayoral race in North Haven, the Express reported this passage from the Zoom debate last week regarding the merits of erecting a cell tower in our...

A Haven Of Serenity

Voting is the fundamental component of democracy, and doing so is an obligation of its citizenry if the system is to thrive. Being an informed voter and voting for the...

Positive Energy

Positive Energy I am writing on behalf of Chris Fiore, who is currently a mayoral candidate for the Village of North Haven. Having spoken with Chris over the course of...

Insider Scheme

When we were finally made aware of the cell tower scheme, I provided a full cell tower research paper on more efficient alternatives to those God-awful monstrosities to the entire...

Take Action

Your editorial [“A Cry For Action,” June 2] rightly focuses on school shootings after the massacre at Uvalde High School. But mass killings — most, if not all, of them...

Rule Changes

I want to make sure all your readers know about rule changes regarding absentee ballots in Suffolk County. From the Board of Elections website: “Important change in law about absentee...

Disinformation

We live on Stock Farm Lane and have been battling the cellphone tower issue for almost two years. Candidate Terie Diat has been spearheading the cell tower being placed behind...

Discordant Movement

My partner and I have lived in North Haven Village for the past 17 years. We have always known it to be a tranquil community, from its unparalleled natural beauty,...

Clearer Picture Needed

On June 14, the Sag Harbor Village Board of Trustees will vote on a proposal for a passenger ferry by Peconic Jitney (owned by the Hampton Jitney) between Sag Harbor...

Student’s Perspective

Who survives this? When I first heard about the shooting in Texas, I thought it was disgusting that an 18-year-old would shoot his grandmother, then go into a school and...

Spirit Offended

To the young woman who yanked the allium out of the garden by my driveway, who did not know that she was observed from afar: She must have thought nothing...

National Treasure

Having had the pleasure for many years, I can assure you that all dialogue below is reported verbatim. Reading first the excellent story on Jules Feiffer [“Q&A: Legendary Cartoonist Jules...

Record Speaks

I am an elected official for the Village of North Haven, for the past 12 years as a trustee, and serving for the past 10 as deputy mayor. Prior to...

Hot Air

The data from the Chicago Police Department is staggering: There have been 239 homicides and 971 shootings in the city this year through the end of May. The city with...

Fighting Our War

We can’t be distracted by any other agenda than facing this moment. We cannot let Vladimir Putin’s mistake in Ukraine go to waste, or we will forever regret it. What...

Interesting Position

As a resident and voter in North Haven, I have been following the back and forth between the two candidates for mayor, Terie Diat and Chris Fiore [“Airwaves At Play...

A Rare Commodity

“A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.” The single sentence...

Tempest In A Teapot

I was under the impression that the candidates for mayor of North Haven were going to keep the campaign positive and upbeat, focusing on their accomplishments and qualifications. There is,...

Tree Of A Man

Bob DeLuca is like one of those enduring, beautiful old trees that are mercifully still left to grace the landscape and ease the eye out here. Like them, he has...

Unqualified Support

I am writing to express my unqualified support for Chris Fiore for mayor of North Haven. I’ve known Chris as a successful business executive and a devoted family man for...

Protect The Greenbelt

On behalf of the Friends of the Long Pond Greenbelt, we want to alert everyone to the newest threat to the Long Pond Greenbelt, the 1,100-acre nature preserve that Southampton...

Get Something Done

In 2019, President Donald Trump signed a nationwide federal law raising the age to 21 to buy cigarettes and other tobacco products. In 1984, President Ronald Reagan signed a nationwide...

Exceptional Interview

Your May 26 edition of The Southampton Press was an exceptional publication. It was not only chock full of informative and substantive articles on a very wide range of subjects...

DNA Manhunt

Many thanks to Evelyn Konrad for pointing out the “but for” accomplices to abortion: those who produce and disseminate 23 chromosomes that live rent-free for nine months in a woman’s...

The Rules Apply

This year, for the first time in history, there are three candidates running for mayor of North Haven. In short, this is a very important election for the future stewardship...

Make A Change

I write this letter to our community as a response to the recent tragic mass shootings happening throughout our country. The rhetoric and outrage expressed over these premeditated, aggressively destructive...

Unfit For Office

I initially had written a lengthy rebuttal to Ed Surgan’s response to my letter titled “Party of Lies” [May 19]. My “Party of Lies” letter was about the Republican gaslighting...

Numb To The Insanity

It’s been 24 hours. Twenty-four hours ago, another sick, misguided young male person with a gun walked into a school and killed another 19 children and two young adult teachers....

Complicated Topic

This newspaper continues to spread misinformation. Yes, the Supreme Court is on the brink of reversing Roe v. Wade [“Activist Judges,” Editorial, May 26], but abortions will still be legal...

Deadly Ideas

On January 6, after hiding as the Capitol was attacked, and Officer Brian Sicknick was dying, Lee Zeldin emerged from his safe haven, joined his MAGA squad, and refused to...

We Can Do It Again

I hesitated to write a Letter to the Editor this week, because it seemed too unbearable to talk about the carnage in an elementary school in Texas. It seemed too...

For The Record

There must be something in the water here in Westhampton, besides the concern over contamination turning up in our wells. My neighbor Mike Anthony is claiming that half of my...

Just Wondering

Just wondering about an article in Counter Currents titled “U.S. And Ukraine, Only Two Countries Vote Against U.N. Resolution Condemning Nazism.” The United Nations General Assembly has adopted a resolution...

She Has My Vote

I am supporting Bridget Fleming for Congress for many reasons, foremost of which is her considerable experience in government. She has been in office for more than a decade now....

Bravo, Noyac!

Congratulations to the Noyac community for voicing their concerns on a proposed permit application by a commercial business to establish a day camp at Circle Beach [“Camp Out: Trustees Deny...

Diverse Community

Last Sunday, May 15, Neighbors in Support of Immigrants, a Hampton Bays organization of 15 years, gave away 23 used bikes to students in the area who might use them...

The ‘But For’ Clause

If the Alito draft decision destroying women’s ownership of their own bodies becomes “the law of the land,” it will be “open sesame” to constitutional chaos and a bonanza to...

Wrong Step

Regarding “Town Takes Affordable Housing Step” [May 12], I believe the town is taking the wrong step by proposing a new tax on real estate sales over $2 million to...

Nature’s Recyclers

Many of us are doing our best to implement composting, recycling and reducing waste into our daily lives. But our efforts pale in comparison to the work of nature’s greatest...

Remembering Wendy

Wendy Flanagan of Sag Harbor died on May 18 of cancer. On a phone call in early winter, Wendy shared that she hoped to be admitted to a clinical trial...

Mask Or No Mask?

The Hampton Jitney sends out such a mixed message that passengers are confused and prone to argue on most every trip. The official word for Hampton Jitney is: “Face masks...

Protect Democracy

Republicans and Democrats should be able to agree that no president, regardless of party, should be able to obstruct and undermine the will of the American people or exploit weaknesses...

Just To Clarify

Because of COVID isolation, I was unable to attend last week’s Board of Trustees meeting. I want to be clear that I am opposed to the Greenport-Sag Harbor ferry service....

Nailed It

Your editorial this week on school consolidation [“Time To Talk,” May 12] is one of the most thought-provoking I’ve seen in a long while. This is not least because I...

A Proven Leader

Memorial Day 2022 is fast approaching and, as is usually the custom, many politicians will give speeches and send press releases containing the phrase “Thank you for your service.” Acknowledging...

Thanks, Volunteers

It is that special time of year to send out a big thank you to the women and men of the East Hampton Village Ambulance Association for providing lifesaving care...

Benefit For Vets

We want to send our sincerest thank you to the Suffolk County Community College Board of Trustees, the college president, Dr. Edward Bonahue, and Suffolk County Legislator Kevin McCaffery. These...

The Dark Ages

Fewer than 25 percent of Americans are Catholic. Some 29 percent of Americans self-identify as Evangelicals, including 22 percent of Catholics. That is, roughly, 35 percent of U.S. citizens identify...

A Party Of Lies

What do Fox host Tucker Carlson, New York Republican U.S. Congresswoman Elise Stefanik and Buffalo mass murderer Payton Gendron have in common? All three believe in the “Great Replacement Theory.”...

What’s The Cost?

How much waste that we can’t recycle will be left for us in the next 20-to-30-year period? What is the replacement plan/cost? How much will ratepayers be on the hook...

Job Well Done

Maureen’s Haven at First Presbyterian Church of Southampton has come to the end of another successful season. I would like to express my thanks and appreciation to the community for...

National Hardship

As our country is buffeted by the great difficulties being suffered by most Americans, our president seems oblivious to his significant contribution to our national hardship. I’m sure it is...

Long Past Due

Your editorial “Time to Talk” [May 12] gets it exactly right — it is a conversation long past due, concerning school consolidation. The need for multiple superintendents for all these...

Elect Professionals

An important election, for two Board of Education seats, is on May 17 in Sag Harbor. For those of us with children at Sag Harbor schools, we understand the importance...

Two Standouts

After reading about so many vacancies on boards of education around the East End, it is great to see a race of write-in candidates in Sag Harbor. Public schools have...

Role Models

We are writing to show our unwavering support for Board of Education candidates Grainne Coen and Ronald Reed, two devoted, competent and active pillars of our beloved Sag Harbor community....

More Experience

I am writing to share my enthusiastic support for Ronald Reed and Grainne Coen, two extraordinary Sag Harbor School Board candidates. Grainne (pronounced Grania) brings her enormous experience as a...

United By Principles

Please take a moment to appreciate the dedication and determination of the current Sag Harbor Board of Education. They set the bar high, putting our children’s safety first while maintaining...

Vote ‘No’ Trend

Besides reading The Southampton Press and 27east.com regularly, I also check out all the local political Facebook pages and websites, to get a well-rounded feel for what is going on...

Amazing Day

On Sunday, May 1, East Hampton Village sponsored its first (and, hopefully, annual) Stop the Stigma MayDay 5K. The purpose of the race was to raise awareness (and money) to...

Dishonest Claims

Our household received U.S. Representative Lee Zeldin’s recent mailing touting his “accomplishments.” Mr. Zeldin, the first thing that you list involves infrastructure. How dare you pat yourself on the back...

Attitude of Gratitude

All too often, we read letters and articles that are critical of our local, state and federal representatives and politicians. We live in one of the most beautiful places in...

Trojan Horse

I could only shake my head after reading Karl Grossman’s “True Public Power” column last week [Suffolk Closeup, Opinion, April 21]. He lauds the effort in Albany (where most bad...

Gaslighting Continues

Once again your editorial board gets it all wrong in regards to COVID. The “Ahead On Points” editorial [April 21] was ridiculous. Your claim is that “in Suffolk County, unvaccinated...

Long Way To Go

I read with interest the proposal of a tax to generate revenue via an affordable housing referendum [“Southampton Town Takes First Step Along Housing Fund Path,” 27east.com, April 19]. My...

Native Plant Month

Senator Rob Portman (R-Ohio) and Senator Mazie Hirono (D-Hawaii) are co-sponsors of a bipartisan Senate resolution to designate April 2022 as National Native Plant Month. On March 22, the resolution...

Radical Reactionaries

Words have meaning. Words have clout. When misused, words can defeat truth. Take the word “conservative.” The dictionary describes this adjective as meaning someone who is “averse to change or...

Living Longer

Donald Trump-appointed Florida U.S. District Court Judge Kimberly Kimball Mizelle recently issued a nationwide injunction banning mask mandates for public modes of transportation. The Biden administration has appealed the judge’s...

Jimmy Carter Redux

A recent letter by Andrea Klausner [“History Repeating,” Letters, April 7] providing her version of history and the Democratic Party’s fiscal achievements was risible. I thought I was reading the...

They Are Liars

The Democrats and liberal media shoved the Russian collusion narrative down the throats of the American people prior to the 2016 and 2020 elections. Russia, they said, did things to...

Off The Grid

New York State is proposing a total ban on combustible fuels in all new construction starting in January 2023. This means that all new construction will need to be all...

Letters to the Editor: 9/10/20

Diat For Trustee I’m writing to endorse Terie Diat for North Haven Village trustee. Terie is an energetic, experienced leader with a wide array of executive skills, keen analysis and...

Letters to the Editor: 7/30/20

Remembering Rick I appreciate being able to express my sincere condolences to Rick Murphy’s loving wife, Karen, as well as his loving sister, Phyllis. I know that Rick mentored both...

Letters to the Editor: 7/23/20

A Proper Tribute I doubt Donald Trump has much of an inner life, other than a childish tallying of who’s got more toys, but even he could sense something special...

Letters to the Editor: 7/16/20

Not So Simple “Trump’s Visa Ban,” blared the headline, “Wreaking Havoc On Restaurants” [“Trump’s Visa Ban A ‘Nightmare’ for Local Restaurants,” 27east.com, July 7]. While it’s great fun to blame...

Letters to the Editor: 7/9/20

Mending Time I have lived in the same house for the last 12 years. There are six cottages that surround mine. The property is beautiful, and we all respect each...

Letters to the Editor: 7/2/20

Another Option The Express News Group rightly denounces Congressman Lee Zeldin for not wearing a mask at President Trump’s Tulsa rally [“Just A Face In The Crowd,” Editorial, June 25],...

Letters to the Editor: 6/25/20

Show Of Support On Tuesday, June 16, the Parrish Art Museum received a meaningful and heartening endorsement from our community, as voters approved the annual proposition for funding for the...

Editorial: A Warning Shot

After months of stress-filled days due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, some cracks are beginning to show. We see it in our daily lives, in our work lives, in our...

Letters to the Editor: 6/18/20

Best Equipped Tommy John Schiavoni of Sag Harbor is running as a Democrat for the vacant New York State Senate seat in our district this year. The primary election is...

Letters to the Editor: June 11, 2020

Moment Of Truth Taking part in the recent protests in Bridgehampton and Sag Harbor has educated me about the extent of the racism that has existed out here in the...

Letters to the Editor: June 4, 2020

Makes The Grade When choosing a school board candidate, voters should measure that candidate against the key criteria needed to be an effective board member. They should ask if the...

Letters to the Editor: May 28, 2020

A True Representative Scrolling through Facebook these days, one can’t help but notice the number of posts complaining about the changing face of our hometowns. You can walk down Main...

Letters to the Editor: February 27, 2020

Fond Memories I really enjoyed Jim Marquardt’s article on the Watchcase factory saving Sag Harbor [“Looking Back: When the Watchcase Saved Sag Harbor,” sagharborexpress.com, January 3]. The history of Fahys...

Letters to the Editor: January 6, 2020

The Real Enemy I write to you today as a private citizen, not representing any of the organizations with which I work professionally or personally. The Press Sessions event held...

Letters to the Editor: January 30, 2020

Spirit Is Alive On January 24, the Sag Harbor Booster Foundation hosted the ninth annual Spirit Night. It is an evening designed to showcase and celebrate the wonderful talents of...

Letters to the Editor: January 23, 2020

Do The Right Thing It is very heartening to read that Sag Harbor Village is seriously contemplating a partial ban on gas-fired leaf blowers [“Village Considers a Leaf Blower Ban,”...

Letters to the Editor: January 16, 2020

The Real Reasons Last week’s full-page editorial assault on President Trump and on Congressman Lee Zeldin for supporting him [“An Uncivil War,” Editorial, December 9] bemoans the state of our...

Letters to the Editor: January 9, 2020

A Happy Reminder I would like to acknowledge my thanks for a number of things. A few weeks ago, I lost my wallet at the Water Street parking lot. After...

Letter to the Editor: December 20, 2019

Greatest Challenge I would like to commend Sag Harbor Mayor Kathleen Mulcahy for bringing transparency and openness to the village. In a short time, she has stimulated important conversations on...

Letters to the Editor: December 5, 2019

Also An Impact The unexpected visual impact of the HVAC equipment on the roof of the Sag Harbor Cinema is one thing, but does anyone have an idea of how...

Letters to the Editor: 8/8/2019

Question Accuracy  To the Editor: In a recent letter in the Express concerning the Board of Historic Preservation and Architectural Review, Pierce Hance and Jonathan Morse stated: “Do they question...

Letters to the Editor: 7/11/19

Historic Celebration To the Editor, The event taking place on the grounds behind The Point House on North Haven July 5th was by no means accidental. It was important for the...

Letters to the Editor: 7/4/19

Let the Music Play Dear Kathryn, I’ve always thought of Sag Harbor as a bastion of creativity, a writers’ colony, a crossroads of maritime and terrestrial travelers, home to artists...

Letters to the Editor: 6/27/19

Worst Fears Dear Editor, The worst fears many have had about the future at East Hampton airport have quadrupled. Imagine four times the current air traffic operating out of that...

Letters to the Editor: 6/20/19

Ghosts of Artificial Wetlands Dear Kathryn, It’s too early for Halloween but the ghosts of the 1990’s “make believe wetlands” are back again to haunt us. That plan cooked up by...

Letters to the Editor: 6/13/19

Keep it Simple Dear Kathryn, Your recent reporting on the current Village Board elections highlighted three topics that drew substantial discussion: long term planning, management and transparency. On May 6,...

Letters to the Editor: 6/6/19

Better Way to Manage Storm Water Dear Kathryn, Everyone who knows Havens Beach realizes that the water quality and the shape and texture of the beach itself suffer from the...

Letters to the Editor: 5/30/19

Saving the Sign Dear Editor, On the night of the cinema fire, it’s been widely reported that Chris Denon of Twin Forks Moving and Storage hauled the “Sag Harbor” sign...

Letters to the Editor: 5/23/19

Air Traffic Should Follow South Shore Route Dear Editor, Do helicopter pilots and helicopter companies really know how LOUD they sound over residential areas? My weekends on the North Fork...

Letters to the Editor: 5/16/19

Three for the Board Dear Kathryn, I am writing to endorse Brian DeSesa, Julian Barrowcliffe and Yorgos Tsibiridis for the Board of Education. With the next board tasked with the...

Letters to the Editor: 5/9/16

Exclude Anchoring Dear Kathryn, The latest issue of the Express has the public notice for a Local Law amending Sections of Chapter 278 of the Village code. In view of...

Letters to the Editor: 5/2/19

Creating Affordability Dear Editor, I wish to offer my deeply felt thanks to TheExpress and reporter Christine Sampson for the excellent article in the The Express Magazine of April/May2019 titled "Living...

Letters to the Editor: 4/25/19

Just Say No Dear Editor: I couldn’t believe what I was reading in your paper about the Noyac Civic Council's meeting regarding the proposal for a SUV to transport out-of-district...

Letters to the Editor: 4/18/19

A Different Picture Dear Editors: John Steinbeck wrote in his novel The Winter of Our Discontent, “You know how advice is - you only want it if it agrees with...

Letters to the Editor: 4/11/19

Noyac Supporter Dear Editor: I was watching the Southampton Town Council’s meeting on SEA-TV Channel 22 when many residents spoke about the outrageous DEC’s reversal on issuing a permit to...

Letters to the Editor: 4/4/19

Halt Loss of Vegetation To the Editor: The Sag Harbor Express has brought to the fore very important issues facing Sag Harbor through their Sessions forums. One recent session focused...

Letters to the Editor: 3/28/19

Sag Harbor Beach Portraits Dear Editor: Breakout time past, time present and time future. Include the benches. These pictures tell a story- a story about a community, about a history,...

Letters to the Editor: 3/21/19

Suggestions for Main Street Dear Editor and Staff, The recent Express Sessions forum on the future of Main Street was so well done! A round of applause for all of...

Letters to the Editor: 3/14/19

Pay Attention to Housing Needs To the Editor, Our Express put together an important event on Thursday. It was a packed house as the future of our Main Street is important...

Letters to the Editor: 3/7/19

School Could Serve a Need Dear Editor: This is in response the story about the listing of the Ross Lower School on Butter Lane (Sag Harbor Express, February 21). If...

Letters to the Editor: 2/28/19

The Price of Refusing Compromise Dear Editor With respect to the article “Airport Closure Put on the Table” in the February 7 edition of The Express, I would like to make...

Letters to the Editor: 2/21/19

Look Somewhere Else Dear Kathryn, As a fourth generation resident of Sag Harbor, I have been very disturbed by the planned impound yard near the delicate wetlands and habitat of...

Letters to the Editor: 2/14/19

Better Use of Money, Space Dear Editor, The Suffolk County Water Authority has decided that its property on Division Street should not be used as a vehicle impound yard because...

Letters to the Editor: 2/7/19

Take a Pause Dear Editor: This was addressed to Mayor Schroeder and the Sag Harbor Village Trustees regarding events at Haven’s Beach. I’m Anne Hansen, living at 151 Bay St....

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