George Richards, the man who found a noose hanging in his locker at the United Riverhead Terminal in late 2015, has filed a lawsuit against the company, his former bosses and the Town of Riverhead for denying him his 14th Amendment right to be free from racial discrimination and for being retaliated against after reporting the incident. READ
Representatives from United Riverhead Terminal met with the Town Board last Thursday to try to get a resolution for a special permit on the agenda as soon as possible. (more…)
Northville residents have raised concerns once again about a proposal from United Riverhead Terminal, the company that owns the Northville tank farm on Sound Shore Road. READ
Riverhead Town is planning to hold an auction of shopping carts — 108 shopping carts, to be exact. READ
As the first deadline for Luminati Aerospace approaches Monday in its attempt to purchase the remaining land at Enterprise Park at Calverton, the startup company appears to have been thrown a lifeline.
A 1.4 megawatt fuel cell power plant is being proposed for a portion of the United Riverhead Terminal in Northville.
The fuel cell installation would “be used to generate clean, baseload electricity which will be used by PSEG-LI to feed the local electricity grid and by United Riverhead Terminal to utilize heat produced by the fuel cell to augment URT’s tank hearing system,” the application states.
Two local civic organizations have opposed a proposal to install a fuel cell on property in Northville owned by United Riverhead Terminal.
David Gruner has been visiting the same private beach on the Long Island Sound in Jamesport for more than 50 years. On Wednesday afternoon, he witnessed something he’d never seen before. READ