Sag Harbor approves waterfront development moratorium

TRD TRI-STATE /
Oct.October 16, 2020 01:44 PM
A map of Sag Harbor's moratorium area (Courtesy Sag Harbor Village)

A map of Sag Harbor’s moratorium area (Courtesy Sag Harbor Village)

The Sag Harbor Village Board of Trustees has approved a six-month ban on major developments along a large chunk of its central waterfront.

The moratorium will be in effect while a team of consultants the village board hired works to create a set of proposals for a “form-based” code to inform development, according to the Southampton Press. A committee will review those proposals, which will be sent to the board for approval.

Trustee member James Larocca voiced concern that there were no business owners or environmentalists on the committee. He said Sag Harbor board members should play some part in the initial meetings. The board ultimately rejected his proposal to expand the committee. [Southampton Press]


Related Articles

arrow_forward_ios
2 Wallis Lane (Courtesy of Mickey Conlon and Tom Postilio, Douglas Elliman; iStock)

Sprawling, 1930s-era North Shore estate hits the market

Sprawling, 1930s-era North Shore estate hits the market
More than 900 homes would be included in the registry if it were created today. (iStock)

Smithtown eyes registry of vacant and foreclosed homes

Smithtown eyes registry of vacant and foreclosed homes
Suffolk County DA Timothy Sini (Getty)

Cleanup finally begins after contaminated soil dumped on dozens of LI homes

Cleanup finally begins after contaminated soil dumped on dozens of LI homes
Chris Burch and his Southampton estate (Photos via Getty; Sotheby's)

Chris Burch sells Southampton estate above asking price

Chris Burch sells Southampton estate above asking price
Barneys New York Chairman Fred Pressman and an aerial of Southampton's Meadow Lane (Getty; Google Maps)

Mansion on Southampton’s Meadow Lane asks $52.5M

Mansion on Southampton’s Meadow Lane asks $52.5M
Long Island is aiming to keep the business it grabbed from the city during the pandemic, and it now knows how. (iStock)

Long Island plots to keep its pandemic gains from NYC

Long Island plots to keep its pandemic gains from NYC
150 First Neck Lane in Southampton (Photos via Douglas Elliman)

Southampton’s “Sugar Cube House” knocks $500K off ask for

Southampton’s “Sugar Cube House” knocks $500K off ask for
26 & 32 Windmill Lane in East Hampton (Photos via Corcoran)

Investor tries for flip of the year in East Hampton with $72M listing

Investor tries for flip of the year in East Hampton with $72M listing
arrow_forward_ios

The Deal's newsletters give you the latest scoops, fresh headlines, marketing data, and things to know within the industry.

Loading...