Sports East, a multi-sport athletics club proposed for Main Road in Mattituck, is officially back from the dead.
But the proposal, which has drawn both widespread public support and some pointed criticism from neighbors and community leaders, now faces a hurdle to clear: does it meet the Southold Town code’s definition of an “annual membership club?” READ
The Southold Town Planning Board has approved Mattituck developer Paul Pawlowski’s mixed-use plan for the former Hudson City Bank property on Main Road.
Mattituck developer Paul Pawlowski says he’s reached tentative agreements to have tenants move into his newly constructed building next to the former Hudson City Bank once the Southold Town Planning Board signs off on his change of use request.
One week after it was announced that the Mattituck airport is under contract to be sold, the new owners have confirmed the anticipated purchase of the property.
The private sports facility proposed for Mattituck was dealt an unexpected blow last week when the chairman of the Southold Town Planning Board wrote a letter to the Zoning Board of Appeals questioning whether the facility would fall under the allowable use as a membership club. READ
To the editor:
Not everyone in the community supports developer Paul Pawlowski and his proposed athletic facility in Mattituck. I, for one, don’t support and trust Mr. Pawlowski. READ
Parents and senior citizens say there’s a dire lack of recreational activities in Southold Town. And at a town Zoning Board of Appeals meeting Thursday, dozens of residents said Sports East — a proposed private sports facility in Mattituck — is just what the town needs.
The developers behind a proposed sports facility in Mattituck said gym-goers can choose between tiered memberships in order to maintain affordable options.
During the Southold Town’s Planning Board work session on Monday, Paul Pawlowski and Joe Slovak of Sports East said their goal is to provide affordable fitness services for local residents.
A proposal for a mixed-use development featuring retail space and affordable apartments in Mattituck came and went this year. But weeks after that proposal was abandoned, a team of investors — including local developer Paul Pawlowski, the lead on the apartments project — have pitched a new idea for Main Road: a state-of-the-art private sports club. READ
In an editorial last week, we asked readers to send in their opinion of an indoor sports facility, called Sports East, that is being proposed on Main Road in Mattituck. These are the responses.