After A Year Of Lockdown, Sag Harbor Residents Have Questions About Waterfront Zoning And Bay Street Theater Plans - 27 East

After A Year Of Lockdown, Sag Harbor Residents Have Questions About Waterfront Zoning And Bay Street Theater Plans

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Kathlyn Levy spoke forcefully against the Bay Street Theater plan at a forum held by the Sag Harbor Village Board on Friday, April 24. STEPHEN J. KOTZ

Kathlyn Levy spoke forcefully against the Bay Street Theater plan at a forum held by the Sag Harbor Village Board on Friday, April 24. STEPHEN J. KOTZ

Sag Harbor Village Trustee Bob Plumb gestures at under-construction condo next to John Steinbeck Waterfront Park at Friday's Village Board forum. STEPHEN J. KOTZ

Sag Harbor Village Trustee Bob Plumb gestures at under-construction condo next to John Steinbeck Waterfront Park at Friday's Village Board forum. STEPHEN J. KOTZ

Kathryn Levy spoke forcefully against the proposed Bay Street Theater at a forum held by the Sag Harbor Village Board on Friday. STEPHEN J. KOTZ

Kathryn Levy spoke forcefully against the proposed Bay Street Theater at a forum held by the Sag Harbor Village Board on Friday. STEPHEN J. KOTZ

Kathryn Levy spoke forcefully against the proposed Bay Street Theater at a forum held by the Sag Harbor Village Board on Friday. STEPHEN J. KOTZ

Kathryn Levy spoke forcefully against the proposed Bay Street Theater at a forum held by the Sag Harbor Village Board on Friday. STEPHEN J. KOTZ

Mayor Kathleen Mulcahy listens to comments made at Friday's forum on waterfront development sponsored by the Sag Harbor Village Board. STEPHEN J. KOTZ

Mayor Kathleen Mulcahy listens to comments made at Friday's forum on waterfront development sponsored by the Sag Harbor Village Board. STEPHEN J. KOTZ

Sag Harbor Trustee James Larocca and Mayor Kathleen Mulcahy listen to comments at Friday's forum on waterfront development. STEPHEN J. KOTZ

Sag Harbor Trustee James Larocca and Mayor Kathleen Mulcahy listen to comments at Friday's forum on waterfront development. STEPHEN J. KOTZ

authorStephen J. Kotz on Apr 27, 2021
It was almost as if the Village of Sag Harbor had emerged from a year-long hibernation on Friday when the Village Board held a forum to discuss waterfront planning objectives... more

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