Sustainable Property Holdings LLC — best known as sPower — has withdrawn its lawsuit against Riverhead Town and Calverton Aviation & Technology, saying that the latter admitted in a court document that the 2017 letter of intent between the town and Luminati Aerospace was no longer valid. READ
The entrance to Calverton Links. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch)
The former Calverton Links golf course will not be used as a golf course anymore and could turn into a solar energy farm, according to Charles Cuddy, the attorney for the property owner.
The 126 acres owned by Calverton Links was sold to a group called Bashi Calverton Links LLC, headed by developer Parviz Farahzad, in May 2014. But the rest of the golf course — about 40 acres, or three holes — was on land that Calverton Links leased, according to Mr. Cuddy. (more…)
This sod farm on the east side of Edwards Avenue, just north of the railroad, may host a 38-acre solar energy farm. (Credit: Tim Gannon)
The Riverhead Town Planning Board approved a preliminary site plan at its meeting last Thursday proposing a solar farm with roughly 30,000 panels on an area of Calverton farmland. (more…)