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Like A Prayer

Applications for zoning changes don't just fly through the Planning Board's front doors. But Elizabeth Dow, who's in contract to purchase the Sag Harbor United Methodist Church for $2.1 million, has actually made some headway with the whole process. (Dow wants to convert the church "into a center for textile design, retail and education.") And we think that's mainly because the property's "gentle reuse" would not require additional parking—the one thing planning boards hate the most. (Surf Lodge should ring a loud bell.) [Sag Harbor Express; Previously]