Sag Harbor approves Cinema Arts Center, but backers still need to raise cash for construction

TRD New York /
Apr.April 25, 2018 01:42 PM

The Sag Harbor village board of historic preservation approved the Sag Harbor Cinema Arts Center. Next, the organization behind the project, the Sag Harbor Partnership, will have to submit the construction plans to the Building Department for approval. But construction won’t begin until the project raises a total of $3 million, Susan Mead, the treasurer of the Sag Harbor Partnership told the East Hampton Star. The Partnership has already raised about $1 million in donations and another $400,000 in pledges. [The East Hampton Star]

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