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Sag Harbor Weighs Clearing Restrictions, Rental Registry

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The Sag Harbor Village Board is hearing a law that would make it more difficult to clear property like this lot on Harrison Street. STEPHEN J. KOTZ

The Sag Harbor Village Board is hearing a law that would make it more difficult to clear property like this lot on Harrison Street. STEPHEN J. KOTZ

authorStephen J. Kotz on Jun 7, 2023
When the Sag Harbor Village Board meets at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, June 13, it will resume public hearings on two measures, a new rental registry and tougher clearing restrictions... more

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