Town officials are tweaking repair work plans at Stotzky Memorial Park in Riverhead.
Riverhead Town’s attempt to block a proposed 7-Eleven in Aquebogue hit another roadblock recently.
State Supreme Court Judge Andrew Tarantino ruled in May that the town cannot renew or reargue its case challenging an earlier court ruling approving the 7-Eleven. READ
There will be no makeup date for this year’s Cardboard Boat Race in downtown Riverhead, according to Councilman Jim Wooten, who is a Town Board liaison on the event. READ
The Riverhead Water District is asking residents and business owners to only water their lawns on alternating days to help conserve the town’s water supply.
A seven-year-old federal lawsuit filed by a company seeking to build a go-kart track in Calverton may be on the verge of a settlement. READ
Boaters looking to use Riverhead Town’s South Jamesport boat ramp this year have been met with an unexpected surprise: combined fees that have doubled for town residents and jumped to $275 for out-of-towners.
“We get bombarded,” Aquebogue resident Connie Carlin said when asked about helicopter traffic in her neighborhood, which is near United Riverhead Terminal in Northville. “We had 41 one day. It’s been going on since 2007.” READ
Town water rates could increase under a plan the Riverhead Town Board is considering in response to a $319,682 average deficit in the town water district over the past five years.