The Riverhead Town Board held public hearings Tuesday night on rezoning the Second Street firehouse, which it hopes to sell, and on a special permit to put a new Hamptons Coffee location in Aquebogue.
The board was also slated to vote on a resolution to accept the retirement of a number of long-time town employees, including front desk receptionist Verna Campbell, water district superintendent Gary Pendzick, police detective Tim Hubbard and environmental planner Joe Hall, all of whom accepted a retirement incentive.
The board also had a resolution to rent the 7,000-foot runway at EPCAL to the FBI for bomb technician training.
News-Review reporter Tim Gannon was live blogging at the meeting. Click below for a recap and see the full meeting agenda and resolution packet below that.