Proposed changes to the Claudio’s restaurant complex at the foot of Main Street in Greenport will be the subject of a public hearing before the village Planning Board Thursday afternoon, Jan. 3.
The meeting starts at 4 p.m. at the Third Street firehouse. READ
The new operators of Claudio’s Restaurant say they want to make the business more “family friendly” by adding outdoor seating, recreation and green spaces.
Stephen Loffredo and Tora Matsuoka of Seasoned Hospitality in Manhattan proposed some of those changes at last Thursday’s Greenport Village Board meeting, where the application was on for a “pre-submission conference.” READ
Sparkling Pointe general manager Michael Falcetta outlined his plan for a tasting room in Greenport Village and took exception to the suggestion that it would be a destination solely for drinking. (more…)
The Greenport Village Planning Board on Thursday tabled a discussion on a plan to bring Jet Ski tours in Greenport so that the applicant could submit a site plan application.
An East Hampton man is hoping to offer Jet Ski tours that launch from Preston’s Dock in Greenport and tour the waters around Shelter Island and Gardiners Bay. READ
The fate of a proposed three-story, 16-room hotel and restaurant on the southeast corner of Third Street and Front Street could be decided at the Greenport Village Planning Board meeting April 6. READ
The former Greenport United Methodist Church could be converted into as many as four residential lots under a proposal being reviewed by Greenport Village.
The property, which totals 0.77 acres and stretches from Main to First streets, includes the church building and parsonage.
Greenport residents say small, overcrowded housing lots in the village are leading to overdevelopment and other problems, and they urged the Greenport Village Planning Board not to approve any more subdivisions Thursday. READ