Ms. Streeter's portrait of Sarah Jackson Adams, a Greenport community leader and suffragist who conceived and funded the Greenport Auditorium
Community Featured Greenport Housing Sag Harbor

Port & Harbor: Keeping Historic Seaside Villages Alive & Vibrant

Pictured Above: Ms. Streeter's portrait of Sarah Jackson Adams, a Greenport community leader and suffragist who conceived and funded the Greenport Auditorium, built in 1894. How can we preserve historic buildings and also ensure a vibrant working community can still remain in the seaside villages of the East End? These are questions being asked by Sag Harbor-based artist Sabina Streeter in an exhibition, “Port & Harbor,” on view in Greenport’s
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Government Greenport Housing

Greenport Pledges to be a “Pro-Housing Community”

After Governor Kathy Hochul’s “New York Housing Compact” earlier this year to mandate housing construction near railroad lines downstate fell flat in the New York State Legislature, she decided instead this summer through an executive order to launch a program known as Pro-Housing Community Certification, giving communities access to $650 million in discretionary state grant funding if they pledge to provide housing. While the initial proposal was broadly seen as
Commercial fishing boats and ‘head’ boats are making a comeback alongside the busy North Ferry terminal to Shelter Island.
Government Greenport Places

Greenport Zoning Discussions to Continue This Week

Update Aug. 25: The public hearing on the code changes will continue at a special village board meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 5 at 6 p.m. at the Third Street Firehouse. Original Story Follows: Residents and business owners who spoke at Aug. 20 and Aug. 24 hearing on a broad series of zoning changes for downtown Greenport seemed mostly to still be digesting what the new code will mean for the