Riverhead Town will pursue a grant to update the septic system at Reeves Beach on Park Road.
The system will be upgraded as part of the Suffolk County Water Quality Protection and Restoration Program and Land Stewardship Initiatives, said Dawn Thomas, town community development administrator.
The Riverhead Town Board has agreed to grant The Butterfly Effect Project $10,000 toward the nonprofit’s “Rags to Riches” clothing recycling program.
Builder Joe Petrocelli has decided to restore the historic Howell House on East Main Street after all.
About a week ago, he had planned to demolish the 112-year-old structure, which sits within a Riverhead Town historic district and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and replace it with a parking lot. READ
Some of the region’s top energy and elected officials came together in Riverhead last Thursday to showcase a signature achievement on Long Island: the installation of a geothermal heating system that connects 10 residences in Glenwood Village.
This year’s Riverhead Town Board candidates discussed their ideas for the Enterprise Park at Calverton during a forum Thursday night at Martha Clara Vineyards.
Incumbent Republican Supervisor Sean Walter and his Democratic challenger, Laura Jens-Smith, had vastly different opinions on many of the same issues in Riverhead Town during a candidate forum Thursday night at Martha Clara Vineyards. READ
History or parking?
That’s the question being asked with regard to a 112-year-old house that’s proposed for demolition in a historic district in downtown Riverhead.
In the wake of a racist Facebook post that made headlines last week, interest in joining Riverhead Town’s Anti-Bias Task Force has spiked.