08/29/14 12:00pm
08/29/2014 12:00 PM
Two of four buildings that house six numbered apartments at the Cutchogue business property where town officials say people are living illegally. The buildings were described in the 1960s as being part of a 'labor camp' where farmworkers lived. (Credit: Cyndi Murray)

Two of four buildings that house six numbered apartments at the Cutchogue business property where town officials say people are living illegally. The buildings were described in the 1960s as being part of a ‘labor camp’ where farmworkers lived. (Credit: Cyndi Murray)

A Cutchogue business owner pleaded not guilty Monday in Southold Town Justice Court to charges that he’s renting apartments at his Cox Lane property in violation of town code. (more…)