Riverhead Supervisor Sean Walter is taking a stand against tax breaks sought by a drug addiction treatment and research center proposed for the Enterprise Park at Calverton.
The developers of a proposed addiction research and treatment center at the Enterprise Park at Calverton are the latest group seeking tax incentives from the Riverhead Industrial Development Agency. READ
Riverhead Town officials met Monday with John Catsimatidis, the billionaire CEO of New York City-based United Refining Energy Corp, to discuss the proposed deal between his company and Luminati Aerospace, which is seeking to purchase about 1,600 acres of land at Enterprise Park at Calverton. READ
In what Riverhead Town Supervisor Sean Walter called a “long overdue” discussion on workforce housing Thursday morning, three town board members questioned the idea of housing at the Enterprise Park at Calverton before a group of experts who spoke about its benefits. READ
As the first deadline for Luminati Aerospace approaches Monday in its attempt to purchase the remaining land at Enterprise Park at Calverton, the startup company appears to have been thrown a lifeline.
Daniel Preston, the CEO of Luminati Aerospace, the firm looking to restart the aerospace industry by purchasing Riverhead Town-owned land at the Enterprise Park at Calverton, was the subject of a lawsuit in 2009 over an alleged job offer from a company offering Mr. Preston a far higher salary than he was being paid at the company he helped create, Atair Aerospace, according to court documents.
Plans for a new monument in memory of two Grumman test pilots who died in a 1967 crash took a step forward last Thursday, as Riverhead Town Board members gave an informal OK to bringing in a three-ton boulder to which a plaque would be affixed.
Luminati Aerospace CEO Daniel Preston has liens totaling more than $55,000 against him and his company for construction work done at the Enterprise Park at Calverton and other properties, Suffolk County records show.