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Avella, the owner of the very successful Love Lane Kitchen in Mattituck, who would agree to all of this. Avella was up for anything and just trusted it would all work out with Wankel. So he said he would sign on the dotted line to agree to do what Wankel asked. Danny, meanwhile, appealed a second time to the towns to let him make his new lease with them rather than with Wankel, but the appeal fell on deaf ears. Danny left, moving out all his restaurant equipment. And then Wankel and Avella moved in with high hopes and the town mourned the loss of the popular Danny Murray. This was in April. And then the roof fell in. First, mold was

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found in the basement. Mold means that expensive masked men with gloves and sprayers would have to be hired. After that, building inspectors would have to come in to check for further violations. The new Village of Sagaponack would then come in, that meant dealing with the new village’s zoning laws. Next the Board of Health came in to have a look and ordered new cesspools, the Liquor Authority arrived and that meant the Village of Sagaponack would have to agree to a new alcohol site which they said they would not do, and then suddenly the Town of East Hampton expressed its desire to sell its half of the ownership of the property and that meant there

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was some question about who was going to pay for all of this. Goodbye Avella. We love you. God Bless. And now, Ed Wankel has arranged to give up his control of the restaurant. He will remain running the golf club, but new bids will now go out to find somebody to run the restaurant for the town on a completely separate lease. That process will result in a new tenant by the end of September. This is what Danny had suggested in the first place. Chris Nuzzi, a member of the Town Board of Southampton, is the controlling public officer for the owners of the property. He said that about $120,000 has been spent by the Towns to make the necessary improvements to the building. The mold is gone. The roof is repaired. The cesspools are now up to code. I asked him if he would have Danny back. “We would be delighted if he would apply,” Nuzzi said. “He ran a wonderful place and everybody loves him. But we’d have to see how his application stacked up against anybody else’s.” Someone’s told me Danny has gone down to Town Hall to get the forms.

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