Drainage work is slated to begin Monday, July 8, to address a “longstanding” problem on Depot Lane in Cutchogue.
Town engineer Michael Collins said at a work session Tuesday that a drainage system located north of the railroad tracks is “no longer performing” and parts will need to be replaced. READ
A drainage project at the Suffolk County-owned North Fork Preserve that started last Monday has sparked controversy with local conservationists.
The $200,000 project, expected to take about six months to complete, is to stop flooding from the 307-acre preserve onto Sound Shore Road by building three large sumps inside of it. To the north of the road is the Long Island Sound. READ