Jamesport Farm Brewery’s bid to become Long Island’s first “farm to pint” brewery took a step forward last Thursday after numerous speakers urged the Riverhead Town Planning Board to approve the project and officials decided to not require a potentially lengthy environmental study.
The former congressman who initiated efforts to turn over Enterprise Park at Calverton to Riverhead Town in the early 1990s is now urging town officials to move forward with the latest subdivision plan for the property.
The Riverhead Planning Board officially voted last Thursday to require Brixmor Property Group to install a 10-foot wall along 790 feet of the eastern property line of its proposed 120,000-square-foot retail center at The Shops at Riverhead, the Route 58 complex that currently has no tenants other than Costco, which purchased the land it sits on.
The tiny restaurant proposed on a sliver of land between Taco Bell and the northeast corner of Harrison Avenue and Route 58 will not be approved in its current state, Planning Board members said Thursday night. READ
A proposal to build a solar panel field in Calverton has run into questions about whether glare from the panels will impact aircraft landing at the runways at Enterprise Park at Calverton. READ
While portions of the wall proposed for the Mexico-U.S. border may ended up being fence, planning officials in Riverhead are insisting that a wall on one particular commercial property here be even longer and higher than originally proposed.
The Riverhead Town Planning Board has scheduled a December public hearing to discuss a proposed 50-lot subdivision plan for Enterprise Park at Calverton.
Donald Trump isn’t the only one calling for a wall.
Some residents of the Millbrook Community on Mill Road are suggesting that the developer of The Shops at Riverhead build a sound wall to keep noise out of their community, READ