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
A kiosk in Southold that will serve as a tourist guide won’t stay in its current location much longer. (Credit: Cyndi Murray)
Two three-sided structures have popped up around town in recent weeks and have many residents scratching their heads.
Standing seven feet tall, the black structures were installed across the street from the IGA in Southold, at the intersection of Main Road and Youngs Avenue, and in Mattituck, near Love Lane and Pike Street. (more…)
Southold highway department crews helped the village patch potholes on Main Street last winter. (Credit: Cyndi Murray, file)
Despite requests from Village officials, Main Street in Greenport will not be included in the state Department of Transportation’s $6.9 million repaving project. However, plans are in place to have the damaged stretch of Main Street repaved before the winter, Mayor David Nyce said. (more…)