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…)
Greenport Village administrator Paul Pallas said Tuesday that the village’s problematic pump-boat has been back in service since Saturday. READ
Greenport Village’s pump-out boat only temporarily returned to service after engine trouble kept it sidelined between the start of boating season in May and July 1. READ
(Update 5:30 p.m.) Power has been restored to the Greenport Village area, officials confirmed Monday night.
Greenport Village will begin enforcing timed parking beginning on Saturday, May 27 on Main Road and Front Street, according to a notice from village code enforcement officer Greg Morris.
The Greenport Village Board has approved a $315,000 road and sidewalk repaving project around Bay and Central avenues and Carpenter Street. READ
Greenport village residents are gearing up to oppose a plan to create a drainage swale at Fifth Street Park, a move designed to prevent stormwater runoff from polluting the bay that residents fear would reduce the space available for recreational activity. (more…)
Don’t let Sunday afternoon’s sunshine fool you into thinking winter weather has passed.
The National Weather Service is predicting temperatures are going to drop below freezing tonight with a low at around 15 degrees.
And with Sunday’s sunny skies at a high near 38 degrees, some melted snow could cause black ice conditions.
Update (Nov. 25): New exterior security cameras will soon be installed on village properties.
During Monday’s board meeting, members awarded a nearly $40,000 contract to Hampton and North Fork Technology Professionals of Mattituck. The measure passed unanimously.
The exact cost of the cameras is $39,410.
Original story (Nov. 18): The Greenport Village Board is expected to vote on a nearly $35,000 security system contract next week. (more…)
The Greenport Village Board has approved a nearly $55,000 study to review the village’s electrical plant that faulted in August and left some residents with without power for more than 11 hours.