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Sag Harbor Village

Eyeing Second Term, Mayor Mulcahy Has Big Plans

Sag Harbor Village Mayor Kathleen Mulcahy, who is running for a second term in the June 15 election, touted her leadership during the pandemic, and said that if re-elected she would continue her efforts to improve water quality and protect the village's waterfront from overdevelopment, and would initiate a village-wide traffic study. Ms. Mulcahy is running against James Larocca, a trustee making his first bid for mayor.

May 27, 2021
Sag Harbor Dials Back Parking Fees

After receiving feedback from Sag Harbor Village residents and business owners on a proposal to charge for parking on Main Street and in the Long Wharf lot between Memorial Day and Columbus Day weekends, the village board decided to hold off on including the Main Street spaces, Mayor Kathleen Mulcahy announced on Monday.

Feb 3, 2021
New Sag Harbor Law Would Recast Waterfront Growth

To prevent oversized buildings along the waterfront, the code would set a maximum height of 25 feet and two stories, unless the developer provided public waterfront access and at least three other benefits, such as installing environmentally-friendly building systems and sustainable landscapes, producing renewable energy, conserving water, or preserving historic resources.

Feb 3, 2021
Bay Street Announces Plans for New Home

The Bay Street Theater said on Friday that it will create a new home at the site of the West Water Street Shops in Sag Harbor with multiple theaters and educational facilities in addition to outdoor and dedicated public space to be completed in 2023.

Oct 30, 2020
Sag Harbor Moratorium Plan Progresses

A proposal to impose a moratorium until March 1 on commercial redevelopment in Sag Harbor Village's waterfront areas moved one step closer to becoming a reality on Wednesday, when the village board voted in a straw poll to approve the measure once it has been approved by the Suffolk County Planning Commission.

Oct 1, 2020
Sag Harbor Refining Moratorium Proposal

In an effort to manage development and protect water views and character, the Sag Harbor Village Board has proposed a law that would suspend until March 1, 2021, the planning board’s authority to grant approval of site plans, special permits, and subdivisions.

Sep 3, 2020
Plans Aplenty in the Harbor

The Sag Harbor Village Board discussed the current state of the village and its plans to address water quality, parking, and the development of the John Steinbeck Waterfront Park at its first weekend work session on Saturday.

Oct 31, 2019