The Southold Town Board unanimously adopted a local law Tuesday night amending the town code to permit the accessory use of processing agricultural products. The decision came after a heated public hearing last month, a typo that delayed the vote and rallying on part of local farmers. (more…)
The Southold Town Board approved a resolution Tuesday supporting a Suffolk County Community Development Block Grant grant application on behalf of Fishers Island’s nonprofit Walsh Park Benevolent Corporation. READ
Design plans for the new Southold Town Justice Court are moving along.
Town engineer Jamie Richter said at a work session Tuesday that architects from L.K. McLean Associates recently sought feedback on their draft plans from Justice Court director Leanne Reilly and all town justices.
More than 10 vocal community members stepped up to the podium at last Tuesday’s Town Board meeting to address a proposed local law amending chapter 280 of the town’s zoning code, which concerns agricultural processing.
Southold Zoning Board of Appeals chairperson Leslie Weisman, along with other members of the community, expressed support for the creation of a “floating” recreational zoning district at a public hearing last Tuesday. The proposed local law would amend chapter 280 of the zoning code, allowing the Town Board to make a case-by-case determination on recreational facilities for which a genuine need has been established, regardless of underlying zoning.