Despite calls from residents to postpone the vote — in part on the basis of new information that hadn’t been available previously — the Riverhead Planning Board voted unanimously Thursday to approve a consistency analysis and finding statement for an eight-lot preliminary subdivision at the Enterprise Park at Calverton.
A public hearing was held last Thursday on a proposed industrial subdivision on an 8.76-acre property in Calverton.
The applicants, RGR Ventures, filed the subdivision application in July 2018 seeking to split the parcel, at the northeast corner of Middle Country and Manor roads, into four lots. One would be 141,959 square feet and the other three would be 80,000 square feet each.
A developer is proposing a two-story, 15,000-square-foot medical office for a vacant 3.45-acre parcel at the corner of Main Road and Union Avenue in Aquebogue. READ
The Riverhead Planning Board on Thursday set a public hearing for May 2 on a proposed eight-lot subdivision of land within the Enterprise Park at Calverton. READ
Riverhead Town is planning big increases in a number of Planning Board and Zoning Board of Appeals application fees. READ
The Planning Board also agreed last week to amend its August site plan approval for Jamesport Bistro in order to reduce the number of parking spaces from 38 to 22. READ
The developers of a six-lot residential subdivision proposed for 18 acres of farmland in Laurel will cluster the development so portions of the property can be preserved for agriculture. READ
The Riverhead Planning Board Thursday granted site plan approval to New England Retail Properties Holdings, which is planning over 51,000 square feet of retail development in Calverton. READ