Another solar application has been submitted to the Riverhead Town Planning Board. This time, it’s for a golf course.
Long Island National Golf Club has proposed to install solar panels at its property on Northville Turnpike to offset electrical costs, according to town planning aide Greg Bergman.
A new Dunkin’ Donuts could be on its way to Calverton.
The Riverhead Town Planning Board discussed a new site plan application to convert an auto repair shop at an existing Exxon gas station into a Dunkin’ Donuts. The gas station will remain and so will a convenience store on site.
A proposal to build what’s believed to be the area’s first “farm to pint” brewery was granted final approval by the Riverhead Town Planning Board last Thursday.
“It seems like you’re going to get approval in record time,” Planning Board chairman Stan Carey told Melissa Daniels — co-applicant with Anthony Caggiago — before the unanimous vote.
A company called New England Retail Properties plans to buy five acres at the 51-acre Calverton Industries sand mine site on Route 25 in Calverton with the goal of building a retail development there. READ
After two years of planning, Twin Fork Beer Company has applied to construct a new brewery and tasting room on an undeveloped lot on Raynor Avenue in Riverhead.
The company, run by Riverhead natives and twin brothers Pete and Dan Chekijian, is hoping to add to the area’s craft brewing boom, Pete Chekijian said.
STAT Health, the tenant moving into the former Pizza Hut building at the Route 58 traffic circle, hopes to avoid the fate of its predecessor, which was hit by cars on two separate occasions in a 14-month period.
Brixmor Property Group received two final approvals Thursday from the Riverhead Town Planning Board, paving the way for 120,450 square feet of additional retail construction at the 41.55-acre Route 58 shopping center currently occupied only by Costco Warehouse.
A proposed hard cider tasting room and retail store at Grapes & Greens in Baiting Hollow, dubbed Riverhead Ciderhouse, is seeking a three-month temporary certificate of occupancy so it can open in time for Long Island Winterfest, an annual event that brings live music to local vineyard tasting rooms, theaters, breweries, hotels and other venues on the East End. READ