East Hampton, Sag Harbor Courts Temporarily Closed After Employee Diagnosed With COVID-19

East Hampton Town and Sag Harbor Village justice courts have been closed temporarily after an employee who works in both tested positive for COVID-19 on Monday.

Lisa R. Rana, who serves as justice in both courts, said the East Hampton court building was closed “out of an abundance of caution” on Tuesday. Village court, which conducts business in a small office and in the the meeting room at the Sag Harbor Village Municipal Building, are also temporarily closed, though the building itself remained open.

East Hampton, Sag Harbor Courts Temporarily Closed After Employee Diagnosed With COVID-19

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