After more than two years of work, the Southold Town Planning Board has finalized the land use chapter of the town’s comprehensive plan.
During Tuesday’s Town Board work session, Planning Board chairman Don Wilcenski described the land use chapter of the Southold 2020 comprehensive plan as difficult to tackle because it provides zoning recommendations.
The former Hedges bed and breakfast on Route 25 in Southold would be converted into a hotel and restaurant under a proposal currently before the Southold Town Planning Board. READ
Southold Town Planning Board members want more information before they’ll consider voting on a controversial proposal to convert a recreational vehicle sales and service business into a gas station and convenience store, officials said. READ
A man who recently purchased a 15.4-acre Mattituck property seeks to establish a winery and tasting room there, according to a draft plan presented this week to the Southold Town Planning Board.
After months of working closely with the Southold Town planning department to address any concern it had with our production-only site plan for Threes Brewing East, I was surprised that board member Jim Rich voted against the board’s State Environmental Quality Review Act negative declaration that would allow us to move forward in the approval process. READ
When a group of three local businessmen first proposed building Sports East in Mattituck nearly a year ago, they felt confident they could do so without applying for a change of zone on the Main Road property.
The Southold Town Planning Board held public hearings last week on several additions proposed to vineyards — discussions that took on greater meaning in the wake of Supervisor Scott Russell’s proposed moratorium on new wineries. READ
A controversial 124-unit condominium development proposed for Cutchogue quietly took a few steps forward at Monday’s Southold Town Planning Board meeting.
The board granted a conditional site plan approval to Heritage at Cutchogue and deemed it to be consistent with the policies of the town’s Local Waterfront Revitalization Program. 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.