The Riverhead Industrial Development agency will have a busy meeting next month, when two large downtown apartment projects are scheduled to make presentations and the board also decides the fate of a controversial hard cider distillery’s request for IDA benefits. READ
Riverhead Town’s $24 million sewage treatment plant upgrade, for which work began in April 2014, is now expected to be completed by Aug. 31 — four months later than initially estimated. READ
Nearly 20 years after Riverhead Town removed the parking meters along Main Street, there’s talk of bringing them back.
The Riverhead Town Board will hold public hearings on two separate term limit proposals, one written by Councilman John Dunleavy, who’s term would be cut short by the other proposal. READ
Believed to have been built around 1880 and referred to over the years by names like the Hallock-Fanning House, Grove House and Brewster House, the three-and-a-half story structure near Veterans Park in Flanders certainly has a rich history.
The Riverhead Town Board, in its work session Thursday, discussed a proposal to allow about six acres in the proposed 50-lot subdivision at the Enterprise Park at Calverton to be used for a substation for the Manorville and Wading River fire departments and the Riverhead Volunteer Ambulance.
One early morning last week, Justin San Andres heard banging outside his home on Sound Avenue just east of the state Hallock State Park Preserve in Northville.
When he stepped outside later that day, he spotted a few signs posted on wooden stakes in the ground on the Mudd Vineyard property. READ
A proposal to build a Verizon cell tower on the Woodside Orchards property on Main Road in Aquebogue ran into opposition both from speakers at a Zoning Board of Appeals hearing Thursday night as well as from more than 40 residents who wrote letters to the ZBA in opposition to the proposal.