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…)
A much-anticipated vote on whether to allow on-site agricultural processing at local farms was put on hold for another two weeks because of a typo in the minutes.
More than 10 vocal community members stepped up to the podium at last Tuesday’s Town Board meeting to address a proposed local law amending chapter 280 of the town’s zoning code, which concerns agricultural processing.