The Riverhead Business Improvement District Management Association elected its leaders and adopted its budget for 2020 last Wednesday.
BIDMA president Steve Shauger, who is the general manager of the Hyatt Place East End hotel on East Main Street, was re-elected president with no opposition. READ
The Riverhead Business Improvement District Management Association has a new executive director and is planning a number of events for downtown Riverhead in 2019. READ
Members of the Riverhead Business Improvement District Management Association debated whether to continue having the popular Halloween Festival and coffin race next fall in light of the pending resignation of executive director Diane Tucci, who organized that and other downtown events. READ
The annual Riverhead Cardboard Boat Race is sticking with August this year for the second consecutive year and it will have some company. (more…)
With rain in the forecast Sunday, the new coffin races that are part of the Halloween Festival have been moved up a day. READ
Owners of vacant storefronts in downtown Riverhead will be required to cover up any evidence of vacancy with photos, artwork or other displays under a proposed code change the Riverhead Town Board is considering. READ
You know times are tough when even Santa Claus is consolidating.
The Riverhead Lions Club and BIDMA are planning to merge two long-standing holiday events they’ve previously each held independently.
The newest member of the Riverhead Business Improvement District hopes to bridge the gap with the Latino community in downtown Riverhead.
Felix Andino, an outreach specialist with UnitedHealthcare on West Main Street, was appointed last Wednesday to fill the BID Management Association position left vacant by the resignation of longtime member John Mantzopoulos.