Major projects receive planning board extensions

A pair of major projects received extensions from the Southold Town Planning Board this week.

A proposed seven lot subdivision on the 21.6-acre estate of Antone Grigonis on Young’s Avenue in Southold received a six-month extension. The subdivision would have included four house lots of about one acre each, two lots totalling more than 16 acres of land preserved through a sale of development rights to Suffolk County and one 30,000-square-foot lot to be dedicated to the town for drainage.

The Matt-A-Mar Marina, which plans to build a 28,480-square-foot boat storage building and a 6,778-square-foot office building on its Wickham Avenue, Mattituck property, received a one-year extension for the project Monday night.

They just have to decide at what point they’re undertaking investing the money they want to invest,” said attorney Patricia Moore, who represented the marina at Monday’s meeting.

“It’s a huge undertaking,” she added.

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