Having yet to see any progress or revenue from a solar energy company that LIPA selected in December 2014 to operate at Riverhead Town’s Enterprise Park at Calverton, the Town Board held off last Thursday on awarding additional contracts for similar projects.
Drones will soon be flying over the Enterprise Park at Calverton — only not the ones you’re probably thinking of.
The bad news is that Riverhead Town still hasn’t received the $575,400 it’s expecting from Suffolk County to help prevent a looming 236 percent increase in Riverhead Sewer District costs. READ
The Riverhead Town Board is expected to vote on 12-year term limits for Town Board members and scheduling a public referendum on extending the term of the supervisor from two years to four at its meeting Tuesday night. READ
A proposal to seek federal grants for freight rail enhancements at Enterprise Park at Calverton was met with skepticism from Supervisor Sean Walter at Thursday’s Riverhead Town Board work session. READ
The Riverhead Town Board, in its work session Thursday, discussed a proposal to allow about six acres in the proposed 50-lot subdivision at the Enterprise Park at Calverton to be used for a substation for the Manorville and Wading River fire departments and the Riverhead Volunteer Ambulance.
Riverhead Town’s proposed redevelopment plan for Enterprise Park at Calverton should be ready for prime time Tuesday. READ
The Riverhead Town Board is reviewing the long-awaited EPCAL environmental impact study.