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02/26/19 6:00am

The company that owns two of the largest marinas in Greenport Village has agreed to pay the cost of dredging the entrance to Stirling Basin, which hasn’t been done in many years.

Officials from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers told the village in November that it should hire a private contractor to do the work rather than wait for the Corps or Suffolk County to do so, according to Greenport Mayor George Hubbard Jr.  (more…)

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02/07/19 6:00am

The New York State Department of Transportation has approved Greenport Village’s request for a lowering of the speed limit on a section of Main Road.

The DOT’s regional traffic engineer, M.T. Vijayendran, notified village attorney Joseph Prokop of the decision in a Jan. 30 letter. READ

01/31/19 4:41pm

Update (12:30 p.m., Friday): The Michelangelo Pizzeria in Mattituck reopened Thursday several hours after it had been seized for non-payment of taxes. A spokesman from the Department of Taxation and Finance, said Thursday that the business owes $155,471 in taxes. He confirmed the business was allowed to reopen later in the day. READ

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01/28/19 12:22pm

For the second time in two years, Southold Town Police Officer John Crosser received his department’s Officer of the Year award for his role in a water rescue, according to Police Chief Martin Flatley. 

The award was announced and presented to Mr. Crosser at Friday’s police awards ceremony at the Sea Star Ballroom in Riverhead. The ceremony is sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Southampton, which originally recognized only Southampton police officers but later expanded the awards to include all East End departments.  READ