Update, 4:10 p.m.: Power has been restored in Greenport. PSEG-Long Island crews were working on auto switching devices when the outage occurred, according to Elizabeth Flagler, a PSEG-Long Island representative.
The Southold Town Board has extend the period residents have to pay the first half of their property taxes after Town Hall was closed Monday— one of the final three days to pay without penalty— after a pipe burst on the east side of the building.
The Southold Town Assessor’s office will remain closed Tuesday following damage to the east side of Southold Town Hall after pipes froze in a fire suppression system, according to Supervisor Scott Russell. READ
Gov. Andrew Cuomo presented his 2018 agenda last Wednesday outlining initiatives that, if realized, could affect the North Fork, including calls to address the opioid issue, immigrants’ rights and environmental issues. READ
The east side of Southold Town Hall suffered “considerable water damage” after the pipes froze in a fire suppression system, according to Town Supervisor Scott Russell. READ
Southold Town Justice William Price has retired from his post on the bench, ending a 36-year tenure throughout which he aimed for compassion in the courtroom. READ
After more than five years as Southold Town Democratic Committee chairman, Art Tillman announced Tuesday he is stepping down from the position.
Greenport Village has issued a notice of violation to the North Fork Art Collective, saying that the pop-up concerts held at the Front Street gallery on Dec. 16 took place without the required permits. (more…)
In January, about 60 East Enders gathered to protest at Congressman Lee Zeldin’s Riverhead office, saying the congressman would not listen to their concerns. (more…)
A proposal to limit the times when gas powered leaf blowers can be used in Greenport Village got a mixed reaction Thursday night during a public hearing. (more…)