Riverhead Republican leader Mason Haas, left, and Supervisor Sean Walter, top, in happier times, celebrating a Republican sweep Election night in 2013. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch file photo)
Riverhead Republican leader Mason Haas will be required to step down from either his position as party chair or his position as an elected assessor under an ethics code revision approved by the Riverhead Town Board in a split vote Tuesday. READ
The Riverhead Town Board is expected to vote on a proposal to ban elected officials from being the executive board of political committees at it’s meeting Tuesday night. READ
Following recent fish kills and turtle die-offs in the area, a pilot program aimed at reducing nitrogen in local waterways may start at Iron Point in Flanders.
A 90-year-old Aquebogue man died shortly after being involved in a two-vehicle accident on Middle Road Friday morning, according to Riverhead Town Police and his family. READ
“We want to know when will it end?” asked Marie Beninati, the co-chair of the non-profit group Southold Voice at its annual meeting Saturday.
She was beginning a discussion on the subject of excessive aircraft noise in Southold Town. READ
According to the July 15 campaign finance disclosure reports on file with the state Board of Elections, Councilwoman Jodi Giglio has more than party support to defeat incumbent Supervisor Sean Walter.
The Riverhead Town Board discussed at Thursday’s work session pre-existing nonconforming dwellings, which can have a use that doesn’t conform to zoning so long as it pre-dates the existence of zoning. READ
Riverhead has long been compared to Patchogue in the eyes of many, heralded as the next area in Suffolk to blossom into a fully revitalized and vibrant downtown.
Well, keep the comparisons coming. READ