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07/27/18 4:02pm
07/27/2018 4:02 PM

After hearing about 90 minutes worth of comments both for and against limiting short-term rentals, the Greenport Village Board closed the public hearing on its latest version of the law Thursday night and will likely make some changes to it. READ

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06/12/18 6:00am
06/12/2018 6:00 AM

The site that was occupied by Taste Boutique for the past 15 years on 409 Main Street in Greenport is being converted into a restaurant.

Jennifer O’Brien, the chef and owner of the new business, said she plans to call it “Pearl” and intends to have a “scratch kitchen” using local, seasonal products. READ

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06/09/18 6:00am
06/09/2018 6:00 AM

There were two speakers in favor of Sparkling Pointe’s proposed tasting room on 411 First Street at Monday’s Greenport Planning Board.

That’s a change from a May 3 hearing on the proposal, when several speakers, most of whom were village officials in some capacity, raised concerns with issues like buses dropping off people and then idling elsewhere, and potential noise from music inside the facility. READ

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01/26/18 3:00pm
01/26/2018 3:00 PM

About 20 people turned out at Greenport Village Hall Thursday afternoon to support the North Fork Art Collective’s proposal to open a “studio/retail space” at 15 Front St., but it turned out that most of them didn’t need to speak, as the board was already prepared to approve the application.  READ

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05/05/17 9:00am
05/05/2017 9:00 AM

The Greenport Village Planning Board approved both a three-story hotel on the corner of Front and Third streets and a subdivision of the former Greenport United Methodist Church property.

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05/02/17 6:00am
05/02/2017 6:00 AM

A plan to convert the former Greenport United Methodist Church into residential lots met with opposition during a public hearing last Thursday night before the Greenport Village Planning Board.

Chris Dowling of First Street said he was disappointed that the village’s historic commission would “let somebody knock down a 1920s structure for personal gain.” The developer, James Olinkiewicz, plans to remove an addition that was built over nine decades ago.

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