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Sag Harbor a finalist for America's Happiest Seaside Town

Phil Bucking, a member of the chamber of

Phil Bucking, a member of the chamber of commerce, said the village, which only this year acquired ownership of the windmill from Suffolk County, realized the windmill needed to be restored when a blade broke during Tropical Storm Irene last year. Suffolk still owns the rest of Long Wharf. (Aug. 29, 2012) (Credit: Erin Geismar)

Sag Harbor could be America's Happiest Seaside Town. It's up to you.

Coastal Living Magazine has narrowed the field to 10 finalists and is asking readers to vote online through Feb. 28. You can vote hourly, if you're that passionate, and look for the winner of America's Happiest Seaside Town 2013 to be named in June.

To determine the finalists, Coastal Living considered every place it's named a Dream Town in the past 15 years, pulled from its editors' brain trust and took nominations via Facebook.

In addition to Sag Harbor, the finalists are Beaufort, S.C.; Harwich Port, Mass.; Kennebunkport, Maine; La Jolla, Calif.; Newport, R.I.; Rowayton, Conn.; Pa'ia Town, Maui, Hawaii; Pescadero, Calif; and Sanibel Island, Fla.

To cast your vote, head to coastalliving.com/travel/happiest-seaside-town-00414000077606/.

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