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06/07/17 5:59am
06/07/2017 5:59 AM

Neighbors and fellow wine industry members came out Monday to support the proposed Surrey Lane Vineyard in Southold during a public hearing on the application.

Proposed by David and Liz Shanks, the roughly 3,600-square-foot building would include a 1,900-square-foot first-floor wine tasting space and farm stand, as well as nearly 1,400 square feet in the basement for wine production and storage.

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06/06/17 12:59pm
06/06/2017 12:59 PM

The Southold Town Planning Board approved a conditional site plan Monday for the Sannino Winery and Tasting Room proposed for Alvahs Lane in Cutchogue.

Approval for the two-story building — with a 2,852-square-foot first-floor wine production, sales and wine education room — was granted on eight conditions, including maximum occupancy of 235 people, a maximum of 39 vehicles on site and a limit on bus and limousine access. No more than two buses or five limousines will be allowed on site at a time.

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05/23/17 2:43pm
05/23/2017 2:43 PM

A new proposal to convert a retail building on the south side of Route 48 in Southold into a gas station and convenience store with apartments above it is under review by the Southold Town Planning Board.

Representatives for the applicant — Jemcap SD1, LLC of Manhattan — attended Monday’s work session to discuss the proposal, which is located about 1,000 feet east of a larger proposed gas station and convenience store.

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04/12/17 5:55am
04/12/2017 5:55 AM

The developers of a 12-lot subdivision on 36 acres Mattituck won’t have to create any affordable housing in connection with that project, despite a Southold Town requirement that residential subdivisions of more than five units allocate 20 percent of their lots toward such a use.

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03/23/17 4:00pm
03/23/2017 4:00 PM

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.

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