The Riverhead Town Board last week voted 3-2 in favor of a resolution to find Calverton Aviation & Technology qualified and eligible to purchase the approximately 1,600 acres of town-owned land at Enterprise Park at Calverton.
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The Navy is encouraging anyone using a private well within a designated area around the former Grumman property in Calverton to contact them to get their water sampled at no cost.
The Calverton site was previously owned by the Navy and operated by the Grumman Corporation as a Naval Weapons Industrial Reserve Plant, where fighter jets were built and tested. READ
Vince Juliano is almost 91 years old, and he’s been following aviation for many of those years, especially aviation at the former Grumman site in Calverton, now known as Enterprise Park at Calverton. (more…)
Calverton Aviation & Technology has responded to a 4 p.m. deadline imposed by Riverhead Town to notify officials whether it would submit additional financial information in regard to its proposal to purchase 1,640 acres of town-owned land at Enterprise Park at Calverton, according to Riverhead Supervisor Laura Jens-Smith and Stuart Bienenstock of Triple Five, the majority owner of CAT. READ
The Riverhead Town ethics board may be facing additional work as it continues to weigh a complaint made against Councilwoman Jodi Giglio. READ
The U.S. Department of the Treasury has approved downtown Riverhead and the Enterprise Park at Calverton as “Opportunity Zones,” based on a recommendation from New York State earlier this year. Riverside, which was not among the state’s nominees from the state, was again not included. READ
Triple Five Group, which owns a controlling interest in Calverton Aviation & Technology, the company that’s hoping to buy 1,640 acres of town-owned land at Enterprise Park at Calverton for $40 million, is now hoping to start another aviation business nearby. (more…)
As the Riverhead Town Board gets closer to making a decision on Calverton Aviation and Technology’s proposal to buy 1,640 acres at the Enterprise Park at Calverton for $40 million, a group of civic and environmental organizations is urging them not to make that deal. READ