Plans for Riverhead community garden stalled

08/25/2010 12:00 AM |

BARBARAELLEN KOCH PHOTO
Riverhead residents Amy Davidson and Laurie Nigro are still searching for the perfect spot to build a downtown community run garden in their hometown.

Two local women behind a movement to get a community-run garden up and running in downtown Riverhead are still looking for a spot where neighbors can come together to grow fruits and vegetables.
Amy Davidson and Laurie Nigro originally thought land near the intersection of Griffing Avenue and West Main Street, near the entrance to Grangebel Park, would be the perfect place for the garden. But they later discovered that space had been promised as the site of a veterans memorial

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