The Riverhead Town Board wants to put a $10,000 cap on any expenditures the town has to make in terms of management and improvement costs at a 9.7-acre “hamlet park” that Suffolk County might create on land in Jamesport that has been slated for development in recent years. READ
The Riverhead Town Board is expected to vote on 12-year term limits for Town Board members and scheduling a public referendum on extending the term of the supervisor from two years to four at its meeting Tuesday night. READ
A 10-acre property along Main Road in Jamesport that’s been the subject of several controversial development proposals over the years could end up being purchased as open space by Suffolk County under a bill proposed last week by North Fork Legislator Al Krupski.
Leaders of four civic and environmental organizations have sent a letter to Riverhead Town Board members asking that the town require two large development projects in Jamesport to have their environmental impacts studied together. READ
An assisted living center is now being planned on a 10-acre property in Jamesport that had previously been proposed for a commercial development with two bistros and professional offices. READ
The Riverhead Town Board discussed a proposed assisted living project for a 10-acre site on the north side of Route 25 in Jamesport at its work session Thursday. READ
The latest proposal to develop property on Main Road in Jamesport doesn’t stray from the previous owner’s controversial commercial building plans.
Two Jamesport properties comprising 43 acres that had been the focus of two controversial development proposals — both of which eventually fell by the wayside — were recently sold to a Huntington-based commercial real estate investment company.