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07/12/17 5:55am
07/12/2017 5:55 AM

Residents living near the site of the proposed North Fork SurgiCenter on Boisseau Avenue in Southold say they oppose the project because it would affect their quality of life.

During a Southold Planning Board public hearing Monday, two residents expressed concerns about traffic flow.

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07/05/17 3:53pm
07/05/2017 3:53 PM

Suffolk County officials have scheduled a series of public meetings to discuss a shared services initiative aimed at streamlining bureaucracy and finding savings among local municipalities, Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone announced Wednesday in a press release.

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07/04/17 6:00am
07/04/2017 6:00 AM

Local developer Paul Pawlowski confirmed that a Capital One Bank branch will occupy property he owns on Main Road in Mattituck.

Construction on the building is currently taking place. The building was originally going to be a Hudson City Savings Bank and was partially completed in 2009, but never opened.

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06/27/17 6:00am
06/27/2017 6:00 AM

Andrea Kavajian of Greenport was born and raised on the North Fork. She dreamed of one day buying a house of her own in her hometown. She earned a college degree and a good-paying job followed.

Still, that dream of owning a North Fork home seems so elusive.

“I can barely afford to rent anything out here,” Ms. Kavajian said at a public hearing last Thursday on Greenport Village rentals.

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06/22/17 6:00am
06/22/2017 6:00 AM

The Old House in Cutchogue has been promoted for more than a decade as the oldest English-style house in New York State, but scientific research may soon shave nearly 50 years off its age, local historians said.

The building, said to have been constructed in 1649, might actually have been built in 1698, according to Zach Studenroth, director of the Cutchogue-New Suffolk Historical Council. He said the new date first came to light in 2006 during research conducted by the Oxford Dendrochronology Laboratory in Oxford, England, and that information is currently being verified.

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06/21/17 12:46pm
06/21/2017 12:46 PM

Southold Town may beef up its Housing Registry with more information to assess affordable housing needs.

The town currently has 78 files in the registry, which includes couples and families, Southold government liaison Denis Noncarrow said at Tuesday’s Town Board work session.

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