Sag Harbor seeks $7 million for schools - 27 East

Sag Harbor seeks $7 million for schools

author on Dec 2, 2009
Sag Harbor School District residents will go to the polls on Tuesday, December 8, to vote on a $7 million bond proposal to fund renovations and re-configurations at the district’s... more

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