Just past noon Monday on another hot, sunny afternoon, Anthony Brown was already six hours into his shift. He wore a neon shirt meant to draw attention of the passing motorists around the construction zone on Route 48 in Southold. And he wore a white hard hat and safety goggles. READ
The Southold Town Highway Department’s latest roadwork has gone more than $70,000 over budget on materials and the town has yet to receive a promised $250,000 grant from the state for a separate road project, according to a discussion at Tuesday’s Town Board morning meeting.
“Paving’s not an exact science,” said Highway Superintendent Vincent Orlando. READ
PSEG Long Island workers will be trimming trees, installing new utility poles, setting up more weather-resistant wiring and upgrading its systems to have less customers affected by outages across Southold Town this month. READ