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Long Warf Sale?

The debate over what to do with Sag Harbor's Long Warf has yet to reach a conclusion, but there's been a new development. For over a year now, the village has been in negotiations with the Suffolk County Legislature to take control of the site, which is currently owned by the county. The passage of a resolution now hands that decision over to Commissioner of the Public Works Gil Anderson, who can choose to sell or outright give the property to the village. The issue that remains is whether or not the village wants to shell out an estimated $340,000 in long-term repairs plus the annual maintenance costs. [Sag Harbor Express]