Recap: Concerns aired in Town Hall over planned Griffing Avenue bar

09/05/2012 2:00 PM |
Griffing Avenue, Riverhead, tavern

BARBARAELLEN KOCH PHOTO | Roberto Marroquin is looking for a special permit to operate a tavern at 155 Griffing Avenue, just north of West Main Street.

Locals come out against ‘tavern’ proposed for downtown Riverhead.

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Also read below, live reporting from Wednesday afternoon’s Town Board meeting.

Public hearings were scheduled on the bar, as well as a proposal to rebuild the Citgo station on West Main Street and to ban left turns out of the Roanoke Avenue 7-11, among others items.

 

 

September 5, 2012 – Agenda

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