A proposal to put stop signs at the south ends of Fifth and Sixth streets in Greenport ran into some opposition at a public hearing May 24.
The plan would place a stop sign on both roads heading south at the intersection with Johnson Place, which connects the streets along the north side of the Fifth Street park. READ
A controversial proposal to build a drainage swale in a large portion of Fifth Street park went down without much of a fight at Thursday’s Greenport Village board work session, despite the fact that village had received a $287,000 state grant for the project. (more…)
Contractors began work on replacing the Fifth Street Park basketball court in Greenport Monday. (Credit: Grant Parpan)
Fifth Street Park in Greenport is about to be home to a brand new basketball court. (more…)
Greenport village administrator Paul Pallas, right, discusses drainage plans for Fifth Street Park with community members Monday. (Credit: Grant Parpan)
Greenport village residents are gearing up to oppose a plan to create a drainage swale at Fifth Street Park, a move designed to prevent stormwater runoff from polluting the bay that residents fear would reduce the space available for recreational activity. (more…)
Village board members hope to resurface the basketball courts on Third Street. (Credit: Cyndi Murray)
Greenport’s parks could be receiving a facelift after Village Board members voted to seek bids for several upgrades to spruce up the Third and Fifth street playgrounds and basketball courts.
Members are seeking a cost estimate on three projects that include replacing the fence at Third Street Park and resurfacing the basketball courts on both Third and Fifth streets. (more…)