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09/11/15 10:00am
AMBROSE CLANCY PHOTO | A view of Coecles Harbor from the St. Gabriel's property. The new owner was back in front of the Planning Board this week.

AMBROSE CLANCY PHOTO | A view of Coecles Harbor from the St. Gabriel’s property. The new owner was back in front of the Planning Board this week.

St. Gabriel’s property owner Richard Hogan and his representatives brought a revised proposal to the Planning Board Tuesday night that splits what was originally one of five house lots into two separate lots.

That brings to eight the number of lots to be developed on the property — six individual house lots and two homeowners’ association facilities.

The 25-acre site could accommodate three times that number of developed sites, Mr. Hogan’s attorney, William Fleming, told the planners. (more…)

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07/20/15 12:00pm

 

JULIE LANE PHOTO Richard Hogan outlined his preliminary plans to the Planning Board July 14 for development of St. Gabriel’s property he purchased in April from the Passionist Fathers.

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Richard Hogan outlined his preliminary plans to the Planning Board July 14 for development of St. Gabriel’s property he purchased in April from the Passionist Fathers.

After three months of silence following an announcement that a limited liability company called PandionAcquisitions had purchased close to 25 acres of the St. Gabriel’s property, it’s been confirmed that Richard Hogan of Shelter Island and New York City is the man behind the deal. (more…)

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11/24/14 2:00pm
JULIE LANE PHOTO The Chequit Inn and Restaurant fetched $3.35 million in a fall sale to new owners who might be revealed this weekend.

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The Chequit Inn and Restaurant fetched $3.35 million in a fall sale to new owners who might be revealed this weekend.

The new owners of the Chequit remain a mystery. But the price they paid to purchase the inn and restaurant and two related buildings has now been confirmed as $3.35 million. (more…)

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07/30/14 10:23am
REPORTER FILE PHOTO Assemblyman Fred Thiele Jr. released the Community Preservation Fund numbers that still show Shelter Island lagging for the first six months of 2014.

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Assemblyman Fred Thiele Jr. released the Community Preservation Fund numbers that show the Island lagging for the first six months of 2014.

While most of the East End is continuing to recover from a downturn in Community Preservation Fund revenues that accrue from a tax paid by real estate buyers, Shelter Island is still stumbling, according to figures just released by Assemblyman Fred Thiele Jr. (I-Sag Harbor). (more…)