The Riverhead Town Board tabled a vote Tuesday night on taking legal action against the owners of Glass Greenhouse, a Jamesport nursery, over the business’s newly built, 5,000-square-foot Farm Market.
Even though members of the Gabrielsen family had attended the meeting to speak out, Supervisor Sean Walter said he suspended the public comment portion of the meeting because of the dangerous road conditions.
He said he and two other board members voted to table the resolution on Glass Greenhouse for the same reason.
Last week, he told the News-Review The Farm Market, which opened in October, is currently operating without a valid certificate of occupancy and outside of the town’s regulations for an agriculture operation.
Mr. Walter said Tuesday night that he still supports the legal action.
The News-Review’s Tim Gannon reported live from the meeting. Click below to see what else happened.