The North Ferry terminal and surrounding area could be in line for a $3 million makeover.
Village administrator Paul Pallas on Thursday pitched a $400,000 grant administered by the state to hire a local engineering firm that would reconfigure traffic and make road improvements near Wiggins and Third streets. READ
Greenport Village has hired an engineering firm to examine why the village sewage treatment plant discharged partially treated sewage into Long Island Sound on two occasions in November. READ
A temporary tent adjacent to PORT Waterfront Bar & Grill in Greenport may become a permanent fixture.
Keith Bavaro, the owner of the Third Street restaurant, went before the Village Planning Board Thursday with the request. (more…)
Greenport Village has issued a notice of violation to the North Fork Art Collective, saying that the pop-up concerts held at the Front Street gallery on Dec. 16 took place without the required permits. (more…)
Greenport Village administrator Paul Pallas said Tuesday that the village’s problematic pump-boat has been back in service since Saturday. READ
Greenport Village’s pump-out boat only temporarily returned to service after engine trouble kept it sidelined between the start of boating season in May and July 1. READ
(Update 5:30 p.m.) Power has been restored to the Greenport Village area, officials confirmed Monday night.
Greenport Village will begin enforcing timed parking beginning on Saturday, May 27 on Main Road and Front Street, according to a notice from village code enforcement officer Greg Morris.
The Greenport Village Board has approved a $315,000 road and sidewalk repaving project around Bay and Central avenues and Carpenter Street. READ
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…)