09/18/14 11:38am
09/18/2014 11:38 AM
Village officials had given commercial fishing boat captain Sid Smith notice that he'd have to leave the railroad dock, but now appear to have reversed course. (Credit: Paul Squire)

Village officials had given commercial fishing boat captain Sid Smith notice that he’d have to leave the railroad dock, but now appear to have reversed course. (Credit: Paul Squire)

A Southampton attorney representing Greenport commercial fishing captain Sid Smith has requested that the Suffolk County District Attorney’s office investigate the village’s method of collecting and sharing information.

Attorney Dan Rodgers submitted a complaint to the DA last Thursday after the village clerk denied his client several Freedom of Information Law requests. It claims the village has failed to keep accurate long-term records of its collections fees from users of the railroad dock on Third Street.

Related: Boat captain says village is out to get him (more…)

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09/17/14 8:00am
09/17/2014 8:00 AM
The site of what could one day be the Heritage at Cutchogue condominiums. (Credit: Cyndi Murray)

The site of what could one day be the Heritage at Cutchogue condominiums. (Credit: Cyndi Murray)

News of a stipulation of settlement that could pave the way for construction of a controversial 55-and-over community in Cutchogue has neighbors preparing to protest — again.

From 2007 until the time the developers, Heritage at Cutchogue, filed a pair of lawsuits against the town in state Supreme Court in 2009, the Southold Planning Board received hundreds of complaints about the proposal from residents living near the property.  (more…)

09/12/14 4:00pm
09/12/2014 4:00 PM
Greenport Village Hall

Greenport Village Hall.

The New York Power Authority said Thursday it would not be conducting its own investigation into the recent equipment failures at the Greenport electric plant, which caused a village-wide power outage last month and subsequent smaller outages. (more…)

09/10/14 5:00pm
09/10/2014 5:00 PM
(Credit: Cyndi Murray)

Developers Heritage at Cutchogue LLC is hoping to construct a 130-unit living center at the intersection of School House Lane and Griffin Avenue in Cutchouge. (Credit: Cyndi Murray)

The Southold Town Board approved a stipulation of settlement Tuesday that effectively ends a five-year legal battle and could pave the way for construction of a controversial 55-and-over community in Cutchogue.  (more…)