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Ferry Road Buildings Demolished For John Steinbeck Park

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Demolition of the buildings on Ferry Road in Sag Harbor began on Monday morning.    DANA SHAW

Demolition of the buildings on Ferry Road in Sag Harbor began on Monday morning. DANA SHAW

Demolition of the buildings on Ferry Road in Sag Harbor began on Monday morning.    DANA SHAW

Demolition of the buildings on Ferry Road in Sag Harbor began on Monday morning. DANA SHAW

Southampton Town Councilman Tommy John Schiavoni watches the buildings on Ferry Road being torn down on Monday morning.    DANA SHAW

Southampton Town Councilman Tommy John Schiavoni watches the buildings on Ferry Road being torn down on Monday morning. DANA SHAW

Demolition of the buildings on Ferry Road in Sag Harbor began on Monday morning.    DANA SHAW

Demolition of the buildings on Ferry Road in Sag Harbor began on Monday morning. DANA SHAW

Sag Harbor Mayor Sandra Schroeder.  DANA SHAW

Sag Harbor Mayor Sandra Schroeder. DANA SHAW

Demolition of the buildings on Ferry Road in Sag Harbor began on Monday morning.    DANA SHAW

Demolition of the buildings on Ferry Road in Sag Harbor began on Monday morning. DANA SHAW

authorJon Winkler on Aug 13, 2018
Three buildings on Ferry Road were demolished on Monday morning by developer Jay Bialsky to make way for the John Steinbeck Waterfront Park in Sag Harbor. The demolition on the... more

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