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Bid For Sag Harbor Impound Lot Approved By Village Board Amid Protesters

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Concerned citizens in front of the Sag Harbor Municipal Building protesting the construction of an impound lot near the Long Pond Greenbelt .  COURTESY DAI DAYTON

Concerned citizens in front of the Sag Harbor Municipal Building protesting the construction of an impound lot near the Long Pond Greenbelt . COURTESY DAI DAYTON

Concerned citizens in front of the Sag Harbor Municipal Building protesting the construction of an impound lot near the Long Pond Greenbelt .  COURTESY DAI DAYTON

Concerned citizens in front of the Sag Harbor Municipal Building protesting the construction of an impound lot near the Long Pond Greenbelt . COURTESY DAI DAYTON

Residents held up signs that said

Residents held up signs that said "Vote no to the impound yard" as the Sag Harbor Board of Trustees voted on Tuesday to approve funding for the lot. ELIZABETH VESPE

Residents held up signs that said

Residents held up signs that said "Vote no to the impound yard" as the Sag Harbor Board of Trustees voted on Tuesday to approve funding for the lot. ELIZABETH VESPE

Residents held up signs that said

Residents held up signs that said "Vote no to the impound yard" as the Sag Harbor Board of Trustees voted on Tuesday to approve funding for the lot. ELIZABETH VESPE

Residents held up signs that said

Residents held up signs that said "Vote no to the impound yard" as the Sag Harbor Board of Trustees voted on Tuesday to approve funding for the lot. ELIZABETH VESPE

Residents held up signs that said

Residents held up signs that said

authorElizabeth Vespe on Jan 8, 2019
The Sag Harbor Village Board voted on Tuesday night to approve funding to create a new police impound lot adjacent to the Long Pond Greenbelt—a plan that has drawn criticism... more

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