Peconic Care was granted Riverhead Industrial Development Agency tax incentives Monday, but they were not as extensive as requested.
Instead, the developers of the proposed addiction research and treatment facility at the Enterprise Park at Calverton will get a 12-year payment in lieu of taxes deal, which means they will pay taxes on only the land value for the first two years of construction, 2018-19 and 2019-20. The land assessment is currently $1,147,200. READ
Peconic Care, the proposed addiction research and rehabilitation center at the Enterprise Park at Calverton, received town approval Wednesday to cut down trees, remove two dilapidated buildings and clear additional land earlier than would normally be permitted on the 40 acre site where it plans to build the six-building, approximately 134,000-square-foot facility. (more…)
A proposed addiction research and rehab facility at Enterprise Park at Calverton is expected to take a big step forward, as a majority of the Riverhead Town Board appears poised to approve a preliminary site plan for the project on Wednesday. READ
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
A proposed addiction research and treatment facility at the south end of the eastern runway at the Enterprise Park at Calverton won’t be subjected to an environmental impact study after all.
After hearing from a number of the plan’s proponents Tuesday, Riverhead Town Board members voted 4-1 against requiring the applicant, Peconic Care, to conduct the impact study.
The Riverhead Town Board agrees that a proposed addiction treatment and research facility is a noble cause. But what members can’t seem to agree on is whether it belongs at the Enterprise Park at Calverton. READ
If representatives of a proposed Calverton addiction treatment center and research site expected smooth sailing through their site plan public hearing Tuesday night, Riverhead Town Supervisor Sean Walter was quick to set them straight.