You Know What Really Grinds My Gears? That the Bulova Building in Sag Harbor Isn’t a Paintball Business

All I’m saying is that the Bulova Building in Sag Harbor, which went through an endless and (excuse the language) pathetic political runaround to be fixed up into something useful, would make a great place to play paintball.

I’m just putting it out there.

Literally, for as far back as I can remember, which is about 20 years, the Bulova Building in Sag Harbor, has been “under construction” or “plans are being reviewed by the whoever board,” only for it to continuously fall apart in the middle of town. Now it finally appears to be under construction and nearing completion. The building is ginormous, has history to it, and damn it, would be a freaking awesome place to play paintball. I’d shell out 20 bucks to spend an hour playing there without question.

The Bulova building is one of the shining star examples of how useless and paralyzing government can be. Scaffolding, waste and other nonsense had been there for decades. Any attempt by the private sector to solve the issue is quickly shut out by local government because it’s not fixed up “their” way.

So, maybe it’s not too late to change the use. It wouldn’t be a shock if some Sag Harbor board intervenes and stops construction, even at this stage of the game. And if they like seeing that building fall apart, we might as well allow people run around there with a few paintball guns and blast away at each other.

I’m just saying. You know it would be great.

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