The house under construction on Kimogenor Point in New Suffolk will be the subject of a continuing hearing before the Southold Zoning Board of Appeals Thursday morning.
The building replaces a previous structure that stood on that bayfront site until last year. The house became a temporary landmark last fall after most of the structure was removed and the top floor raised up on wooden cribbing following superstorm Sandy.
The hearing follows the town building department’s ruling that the construction goes beyond the scope of a July 2012 ZBA decision allowing a renovation that would preserve at least 25 percent of the building. The building department ruled the project was actually a demolition. The difference being that under a demolition the applicants, Dan and Jacqueline Bingham, must file for a new variance.
The hearing begins at Town Hall at 9:30 a.m.