While you weren’t looking, the Environmental Protection Agency held two unadvertised “hearings” on dumping Connecticut dredged spoils into eastern Long Island Sound. Both were held May 25 in Riverhead and at the Mattituck-Laurel Library. All attendees spoke against this plan.
It has been a few weeks since we visited the Suffolk Theater to celebrate my lifelong best friend’s birthday, but the feelings of gratitude and warmth linger on.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank those who voted for me for the Riverhead Board of Education. I appreciate your faith in me to represent you and to work to move the district forward.
I recently read that someone had the bright idea of installing parking meters in downtown Riverhead.
First, they should speak with the shopkeepers of downtown Port Jefferson where they’re likely to get an earful of negative responses. READ
An influx of Riverhead natives will be returning in June to take part in witnessing another graduating class take that pivotal step across the stage. It is the first step of their journey into the future.
In a recent letter to the editor, Laura Jens-Smith wrote of a one word change in a specific Riverhead Zone Use District code. Her careful research resulted in the identification of a change from “requirements” to “guidelines.”
I applaud your recent editorial support for those agencies and their employees that provide services for the intellectually and developmentally disabled. READ
An artist rendering of the main atrium at the Family Community Life Center’s recreational and other facilities.
Riverhead Town Supervisor Sean Walter is right when he said First Baptist Church’s Family Community Life Center “is about to change Riverhead for decades to come.” READ