🌱 Southampton Daily: World's Fastest Ice Carver + Real Estate

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Happy Monday, people of Southampton! Here's everything you need to know to start today off on an informed note. Here are the most important things going on in town today.

First, today's weather:

Plenty of sunshine. High: 36 Low: 31.

Here are the top three stories today in Southampton:

  1. The world record holder in speed ice carving is showing off his work in Westhampton Beach. Rich Daly carved a Santa holding a surfboard. (Subscription: 27east.com)

  2. Check out this impressive house for sale in Sag Harbor. Th $13.9 million harborfront home has period details from the 1800s, and pieces of whaling history. (Patch)

  3. Read about Ali Erdem who helps run 75 Main restaurant in Southampton. Erdem came to the Hamptons restaurant world from Turkey and Germany and the world of physics. (Dan's Papers)

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Today in Southampton:

From my notebook:

  • Some residents oppose Verizon Wireless’s proposal to build a 153-foot cell tower, disguised to look like a tree, in the Long Pond Greenbelt in Sag Harbor. (Subscription: 27east.com)

  • Southampton Village architectural review board denied an application from Orest Bliss to tear down a Jaffe-designed oceanfront house on Meadow Lane. (Subscription: 27east.com)

  • Find out a master wallpaper hanger works. Bridgehampton's Jeffrey DiFilippo has been working as a paperhanger for 46 years. (Hedges)

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Now you're in the loop and ready to start this Monday off right! I'll catch up with you bright and early tomorrow morning with a new update.


This article originally appeared on the Southampton Patch

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