Members of the Mattituck-Laurel Civic Association are backinga proposal to turn what they call the “last green corner” in Mattituck, where a hardware store has been proposed, into a village green by creating a park to preserve the densely wooded lot and open it to public use. (more…)
Southold Town Councilman Bill Ruland and Supervisor Scott Russell spoke about promoting public transportation as one way to alleviate the mounting traffic problem on the East End during a Mattituck-Laurel Civic Association meeting last week. (more…)
The Peconic Estuary Program, one of 28 national estuary programs mandated by the 1972 Clean Water Act, will be seeking local input this summer on community areas that residents would like to see restored.
Justin Jobin of Suffolk County’s Septic Improvement Program discussed Monday how nitrogen and harmful bacteria are infiltrating waterways and what measures can be taken to combat dangers through new wastewater treatment systems.
As local government agencies near completion of Phase II of the Bay to Sound Integrated Trails Initiative, a town official updated members of the Mattituck-Laurel Civic Association last week on what lies ahead for the project. READ
The most viable option for improving traffic flow and safety at the Love Lane intersection in Mattituck is a roundabout, similar to the one on Sag Harbor’s Main Street, according to town engineer Jamie Richter.
“I believe it will work,” he said Monday at a meeting of the Mattituck-Laurel Civic Association. READ
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