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Sag Harbor Takes Step Toward Approving Greenport Ferry Service

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As part of a $4 million restoration of Long Wharf, the end of the municipal pier has been set aside for pedestrian use, with benches and planters. STEPHEN J. KOTZ

As part of a $4 million restoration of Long Wharf, the end of the municipal pier has been set aside for pedestrian use, with benches and planters. STEPHEN J. KOTZ

The Peconic Jitney would dock at the northwest corner of Long Wharf, in an area designed for fishing.  STEPHEN J. KOTZ

The Peconic Jitney would dock at the northwest corner of Long Wharf, in an area designed for fishing. STEPHEN J. KOTZ

authorStephen J. Kotz on May 11, 2022
Following a mixed public response, and over the objections of Trustee Aidan Corish, the Sag Harbor Village Board on Tuesday, May 10, approved a measure allowing seasonal passenger ferries to... more

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