The former King Kullen store on Route 58 could be re-occupied by Christmas, according to the operator of the store that will be taking its place.
The Riverhead Town Board plans to vote on almost $1 million worth of budget adjustments at its meeting Tuesday, changes that Supervisor Sean Walter said will eliminate the bulk of the town’s 2015 budget deficit. READ
The three-hour parking limit on about 60 spaces in the riverfront parking lot between Pera Bell Food Bar and Dark Horse Restaurant would no longer be in effect from just 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. under a proposal being considered by the Riverhead Town Board.
U.S. Senator Chuck Schumer is urging the Federal Emergency Management Agency to approve nearly $6.5 million in federal funding for Peconic Bay Medical Center to install new generators and other improvements to guard against power outages at the hospital during storms like Sandy.
Aquebogue could be the latest hamlet to get a 7-Eleven franchise. READ
Riverhead Town officials have been trying to attract a supermarket or grocery store to the downtown area for many years. And now it looks as if though one may open there soon.
The Riverhead Town Board will discuss the recent trend of developers proposing restaurants or small stores in the parking lots of larger shopping centers on Route 58 at its work session on Thursday. READ