Community members filled the Riverhead Town Board meeting Wednesday night with feedback on the proposed “anaerobic digester,” a food-waste-to-energy plant on Youngs Avenue, across from the landfill.
The town is being asked to contribute more than $500,000 to a group called CEA Energy LLC for the proposal, which would be built on town-owned property. The facility’s profit would be split between the town and the group.READ
I’m Robert Nasta and I’m the owner of My Creperie, located at 2 Sound Road in Wading River.
Our specialties are crepes. My wife was born and raised in Germany. She had a great recipe from her parents back home, and we decided, ‘Let’s take this to the market.’ We also do panini-press sandwiches, salads and ice cream — which goes with the crepes. READ
Three adults and one child were taken to Peconic Bay Medical Center with injuries that were not life-threatening after a three-car collision at the intersection of Middle Road and Northville Turnpike, according to police. READ
A video and camera system designed to monitor downtown Riverhead and surrounding areas would cost the town an estimated $400,000, according to a presentation given at last Thursday’s Town Board work session. READ