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After Another Delay, Schiavonis Say They Are Done With Sag Harbor

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Gabe and Diane Schiavoni at home in Sag Harbor. STEPHEN J. KOTZ

Gabe and Diane Schiavoni at home in Sag Harbor. STEPHEN J. KOTZ

Gabe and Diane Schiavoni at home in Sag Harbor. STEPHEN J. KOTZ

Gabe and Diane Schiavoni at home in Sag Harbor. STEPHEN J. KOTZ

authorStephen J. Kotz on Nov 23, 2021
On the face of it, the absence of two members of the Sag Harbor Zoning Board of Appeals from the November 16 meeting didn’t seem like a big deal. But... more

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