A majority of the Riverhead Town Board now plans to vote in favor of scheduling a “qualified and eligible sponsor” hearing for Luminati Aerospace, which is seeking to buy approximately 1,700 acres of land from the town at the Enterprise Park at Calverton for $40 million. READ
Riverhead Town’s attorneys are asking for a 10-day extension to review Luminati Aerospace’s finalized version of a contract to buy more than 1,000 acres of town-owned land at the Enterprise Park at Calverton for $40 million, according to Councilman Tim Hubbard. READ
Barring a change of mind, Riverhead Councilman John Dunleavy will not appear on the Nov. 7 ballot for supervisor. READ
Riverhead Councilman John Dunleavy is off the November ballot for town supervisor because of defects in the petitions he collected, according to officials at the Suffolk County Board of Elections, which made the ruling Thursday.
The new Jamesport Dunkin’ Donuts held a ceremonial ribbon cutting Friday morning and pledged to help out the Timothy Hill Children’s Ranch in Riverhead, which provides a temporary home to children who are often facing abuse, neglect or other crisis in their own homes.
I’m writing in support of my father, Councilman John Dunleavy, and his bid for Town supervisor. I take issue with your characterization of him in both your front-page article and your Aug. 3 editorial. READ
Councilman John Dunleavy’s attempt to circumvent the term-limit law passed last year predictably never gained any traction. When the Town Board approved term limits of 12 consecutive years for council members, it signaled the end of Mr. Dunleavy’s tenure; he was first elected in 2005. READ
Riverhead Town Councilman John Dunleavy, whose Town Board seat is set to be open after this year due term limits, is making a run for supervisor in November’s election, taking on taxes as his main concern.