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.
Following recent concerns raised by Aquebogue and Jamesport residents about new commercial development proposed for Main Road, it appears the town’s effort to conduct a corridor study to evaluate future development in the area is unwelcome. READ
The Riverhead Town Clerk’s office has received 76 letters opposing a proposed assisted living project on a 25-acre parcel that Concordia Senior Communities is in contract to buy. The land in question wraps from Mill Road to Middle Road, just north of Home Depot in Riverhead. READ
A proposal for an Aquebogue-Jamesport Route 25 Corridor Study will be discussed at the Riverhead Town Board work session Thursday morning. READ
One day before a rally last week in Hauppauge, Debbie Woodley, a senior direct support professional for East End Disability Associates’ creative arts program in Riverhead, took a client by the hand and slowly helped her trace out the wording on a sign: “Respect the needs of the developmentally disabled and the DSPs who care for them!!!”
The Riverhead Town Board will hold a public hearing on the proposed “Community Benefit Zoning District,” a floating zone that is needed for the First Baptist Church’s planned Family Community Life Center on Northville Turnpike.
Calverton resident Greg Fischer has officially filed suit against Republican presidential candidate and Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, saying he is “ineligible and disqualified to run/seek the Office of the President of the United States of America.” READ