The Riverhead Town Board held a public hearing on the proposed zoning for the Enterprise Park at Calverton Wednesday evening, and on proposed weight limits for Twomey Avenue in Calverton, which residents say large oil trucks have been using.
The board was also expected to vote on a resolution to hire Cushman and Wakefield, a large commercial real estate firm, to market EPCAL for the town.
The board interviewed Cushman and Wakefield and another firm, Newmark Grubb Knight Frank, last Thursday. (more…)
The East Lawn building on East Main Street. (Credit: file photo)
A plan for Riverhead Town to sell the historic and dilapidated East Lawn Building for $125,000 has fallen through — but the deal won’t be going all the way back to the drawing board. (more…)
The Riverhead Town Board heard presentations from two real estate companies looking to market the Enterprise Park at Calverton at its work session on Thursday.
Town Board members discuss marketing EPCAL with deputy town attorney Anne Marie Prudenti, right, at Thursday’s work session. (Credit: Tim Gannon)
The Riverhead Town Board discussed two proposals it received to market the Enterprise Park at Calverton at its work session on Thursday and also agreed to have a public hearing on a proposal to allow micro-breweries in a section of downtown Riverhead. (more…)
The Riverhead Town Board Tuesday set a May 20 public hearing on the creation of a new zoning category for the Enterprise Park at Calverton, which would allow industrial, manufacturing, commercial and other principal uses, as well as residential and retail uses in support of those principal uses.
The Concordia project had originally been planned for this Mill Road property. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch, file)
The people behind Concordia Senior Communities have not given up on developing an assisted living facility in Riverhead and may soon return to with a slightly scaled down version of their original proposal. (more…)
The Riverhead Town Board is expected to discuss rebidding its residential garbage collection district, which has been in place since 1991. The cost of the district, currently at $274 per year for a single-family home, was reduced drastically when the town rebid the district about three years ago.
A brewery might not be possible in the former Second Street firehouse based on a proposal that microbreweries would need to be 1,000 feet from residential homes. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch file)
Riverhead already has three breweries — and more are said to be interested in coming here. Town officials want to help that growth along, but they also want to figure out where in town those breweries should be located. And, if they should be set back a ways from homes.
The Town Board discussed proposed zoning for microbreweries last Thursday in Town Hall. (more…)