A $10 million food processing facility is just one of about a dozen projects in the Riverhead area that will receive state grants as part of New York’s annual round of economic development funding.
North Harbor Trading Corporation, which is still in its infancy and was first announced publicly last week when the grants were awarded, received more funding than any other private project in Suffolk County. READ
Riverhead Police cracked down on members of an auto racing club that was using the western runway at the Riverhead Town-owned Enterprise Park at Calverton as a racetrack at about 11:30 Sunday morning. READ
Luminati Aerospace wants to “slow down” the approval process for the Enterprise Park at Calverton’s subdivision plan since the company is interested in using the property’s abandoned western runway.
Should the town approve a plan to lease its eastern runway in Calverton for up to 30 years to an aerospace start-up? Or should it try to renegotiate with that start-up, which could blossom into a “cutting-edge, high-technology aerospace manufacturing” company? READ
A proposal to build a 133,000-square-foot drug and alcohol research and rehabilitation facility at the Enterprise Park at Calverton received a unanimous recommendation of approval from the Suffolk County Planning Commission last Wednesday in Huntington. READ
Those parachuting daredevils hovering over the Long Island Expressway will soon be replaced by high-tech, solar-powered drones. READ
Supervisor Sean Walter is scheduled to unveil his tentative budget at Thursday’s work session.
Last year, this editorial board warned, on more than one occasion, about the danger of passing a budget that relied on significant anticipated revenues to balance itself in 2015. READ