Sag Harbor School District Hosts Second Community Forum on Marsden Lots; Town Officials Set Conditions for Use of CPF in Purchase - 27 East

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Sag Harbor School District Hosts Second Community Forum on Marsden Lots; Town Officials Set Conditions for Use of CPF in Purchase

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A sample of the synthetic stabilizing fibers that are part of the hybrid turf product made by Turf Talents. CAILIN RILEY

A sample of the synthetic stabilizing fibers that are part of the hybrid turf product made by Turf Talents. CAILIN RILEY

Aaron Golembiewski, a representative from the hybrid turf company, Turf Talents, made a presentation at the second community forum on the Marsden lots at the Pierson library on Wednesday night. CAILIN RILEY

Aaron Golembiewski, a representative from the hybrid turf company, Turf Talents, made a presentation at the second community forum on the Marsden lots at the Pierson library on Wednesday night. CAILIN RILEY

authorCailin Riley on Jan 26, 2023
The main feature of the Sag Harbor School District’s second community forum on the purchase of the Marsden Street lots on Wednesday night, January 25, was what amounted to a... more

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