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Gas ball cleanup is a dance of sorts

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Major Stewart Morrison presents to students at the Remsenburg-Speonk Elementary School about life as part of the ANG's 106th Rescue Wing. BY ERIN MCKINLEY

Major Stewart Morrison presents to students at the Remsenburg-Speonk Elementary School about life as part of the ANG's 106th Rescue Wing. BY ERIN MCKINLEY

Southampton High School hosted 32 students from Spain this week, who attended classes and lived with host families. ALYSSA MELILLO

Southampton High School hosted 32 students from Spain this week, who attended classes and lived with host families. ALYSSA MELILLO

A groundbreaking celebration for the Bridgehampton School expansion project was held on Friday afternoon. AMANDA BERNOCCO

A groundbreaking celebration for the Bridgehampton School expansion project was held on Friday afternoon. AMANDA BERNOCCO

Tuckahoe students made bowls and spoons for an upcoming fundraiser to raise awareness that there are hungry people in the community. BY ERIN MCKINLEY

Tuckahoe students made bowls and spoons for an upcoming fundraiser to raise awareness that there are hungry people in the community. BY ERIN MCKINLEY

Autumn Coffey, 16, left, and Paige Hoyt, 17

Autumn Coffey, 16, left, and Paige Hoyt, 17

Shane Sharkey, left, Kevin Edgar, and Wesley Sammon, right, celebrate on Friday night. By Erin McKinley

Shane Sharkey, left, Kevin Edgar, and Wesley Sammon, right, celebrate on Friday night. By Erin McKinley

Elizabeth Thunder Bird and Richard Haile in February 2014.

Elizabeth Thunder Bird and Richard Haile in February 2014.

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author on Apr 1, 2009
Each day, heavy machinery dances an intricate ballet around the 5-acre former gas manufacturing plant on Long Island Avenue in Sag Harbor. As excavators gouge mountains of contaminated soil from... more

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