Calverton Aviation and Technology, the company seeking to buy and develop 1,643 acres of land at the Enterprise Park at Calverton, will give an update on its progress at the Oct. 17 Town Board work session, according to Riverhead Supervisor Laura Jens-Smith. READ
Calverton Aviation & Technology unveiled some of its plans for the Enterprise Park at Calverton, a site it hopes could someday be recognized as the “Silicon Valley of the East.” READ
Riverhead Town officials announced Thursday that representatives from Calverton Aviation & Technology will provide a public update on the development plans for the Enterprise Park at Calverton site next week. READ
The Riverhead Planning Board Thursday voted to approve a preliminary plat to subdivide 2,107 acres at the Enterprise Park at Calverton into eight lots.
Four board members unanimously approved the resolution with member Joseph Baier absent. READ
After several failed attempts, the Riverhead Town Board Tuesday approved a resolution to hire an outside attorney to review the town’s contract with Calverton Aviation & Technology. READ
The Riverhead Town Board once again failed to garner three votes to hire an outside attorney to review its agreement with Calverton Aviation & Technology. (more…)
Calverton Aviation and Technology has agreed to move forward with the $40 million purchase of 1,643 acres of land from Riverhead Town, according to Supervisor Laura Jens-Smith Smith.
The Riverhead Town Planning Board voted Thursday to hold off on adopting an eight-lot subdivision of land within the Enterprise Park at Calverton, and instead will hold the public hearing open for written comments only for 10 days.