The Southold Town Board unanimously adopted a local law Tuesday night amending the town code to permit the accessory use of processing agricultural products. The decision came after a heated public hearing last month, a typo that delayed the vote and rallying on part of local farmers. (more…)
Southold farmers are nearing an agreement that would allow them to process their products on-site.
The Agricultural Advisory Committee discussed the proposed changes to the town’s zoning law that would allow processing facilities up to 3,000 square feet to be constructed without being subject to site plan review.
The Agricultural Advisory Committee proposed code changes to permitted uses in the Agricultural-Conservation and R80 zones to allow processing on farms. READ
The Southold Town Board and Agricultural Advisory Committee met in a joint work session Wednesday night to discuss the current code as it relates to farming. READ