The Mattituck-Laurel Civic Association has refocused its fight against a 20,000-square-foot hardware store proposed for the corner of Main Road and New Suffolk Avenue in Mattituck.
Brinkmann Hardware, which has stores in Sayville, Blue Point, Holbrook and Miller Place and owns VanKemenade Paint in Jamesport, submitted a site plan for new store in June to the Southold Town Planning Board. READ
Mattituck-Cutchogue school district officials have begun preliminary discussions on how to spend $3.7 million in reserve funding on repairs, renovations and improvements throughout the district.
As they identify projects, they are seeking input from community stakeholders. READ
The new owners of the former Capital One building on Love Lane are planning a mixed-use future for the building that would include a restaurant, retail space and workforce apartments. (more…)
The Mattituck-Laurel Civic Association on Monday night laid out three options for traffic solutions at the intersection of Love Lane, Old Sound Avenue and Main Road. READ
A popular parable starts with a young boy throwing starfish that washed up on the beach back into the ocean. An old man comes up to him and asks what difference he can make as thousands of starfish still line the beach? The boy picks up a starfish, tosses it in the water and says, “I made a difference for that one!” READ
A draft report examining traffic calming solutions makes a number of recommendations on how to address Mattituck Hamlet center, including the intersection of Route 25, Love Lane and Old Sound Road. READ
The Mattituck-Laurel Civic Association has received a Suffolk County Downtown Revitalization grant of more than $60,000 for improvements to the Pike Street municipal parking lot.
The owners of a Jamesport paint store unveiled plans Monday night to move to Mattituck and expand to include a hardware store — a project that would also involve the owner of Orlowski Hardware Store on Love Lane. READ
The Mattituck-Laurel Civic Association is now under new leadership, as its founder stepped down last month to assume the role of past president. READ
The topic of zoning alone rarely draws much a crowd to a meeting. But when a specific development application is up for discussion, said Southold Town Supervisor Scott Russell, “we get 200 people out.” READ