The applicant for a proposed gas station and convenience store at the intersection of Youngs Avenue and Route 48 tweaked a traffic study to better represent summer traffic. Representatives of Southold Gas Station & Convenience met with the Southold Planning Board Monday night.
Steven Schneider of Schneider Engineering said the original traffic study took place in November, but many residents had issues at earlier public hearings with that because it did not account of the heavy traffic in summer months. READ
The owner of more than 84 Soundfront acres on Oregon Road in Cutchogue is seeking to divide the property into six residential lots and two agricultural lots, according to an application before the Southold Town Planning Board.
Big Bing LLC & Little Bing LLC is applying for a conservation subdivision on the 84.7-acre tract, where two large farms currently sit side by side. READ
Orient residents rallied against Manhattan-based restaurant chain Fresh & Co.’s proposal to build a large barn and raise animals on farmland in the hamlet at a public hearing on the plan Sept. 11. READ
An attorney representing Northside Beverage in Laurel has requested permission to begin interior work on a proposed renovation before receiving final approval from the Southold Town Planning Board.
North Fork SurgiCenter, a proposed renovation of a 5,500-square-foot building on Boisseau Avenue in Southold to medical offices, received site plan approval from the Southold Town Planning Board Monday. READ
Surrey Lane Vineyard, which is looking to build a winery in Southold, is suing the Southold Planning Board, accusing the board of violating state Public Officers Law in issuing a letter requiring a traffic safety analysis, according to court papers filed in New York State Supreme Court on Monday. READ
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation has unveiled plans for a new boat launching ramp at the site of the former Old Barge Restaurant on Old Main Road in Southold.
Nearly three months after a multi-sport athletic facility proposed for Main Road in Mattituck was seemingly left for dead, the project is getting a second lease on life.
The Southold Town Planning Board has accepted and prepared to report on the final environmental review of the controversial Heritage at Cutchogue housing plan.
Three additional opportunities for residents to comment publicly on a private sports facility planned for Mattituck have been scheduled.