Six affordable housing units are coming to the Hound Lane “Freight Building” on Fishers Island.
Spearheaded by the not-for-profit Walsh Park Benevolent Corporation, the project was discussed during the town’s annual Fishers Island meeting Wednesday. READ
The Southold Town Board met with Jack and Maggie Biggane, of Mollie’s Fund, about the possibility of installing sunscreen dispensers at five town parks and beaches.
The Southold Town Board on Tuesday voted to withdraw a proposed rental code that would require town permits for rentals and set a new hearing for a modified version of the law. (more…)
Based on concerns expressed during a public hearing Tuesday night, Southold Town Board members decided to hold off on approving a local law that would require the owners of rental properties to obtain town permits. READ
Southold Town Supervisor delivered his annual “State of the Town” address Thursday night, noting past efforts and changes to come, including a new site for the Justice Court.
A public hearing on proposed amendments to the town’s entertainment and special events law, including one that would give the Southold Town Board the responsibility of approving or denying special events permits, is set for Tuesday, March 13. READ
Southold Town Supervisor Scott Russell said Wednesday that the town is in a contract to acquire a possible property for Sports East, an indoor-outdoor athletic facility that was first proposed more than two years ago. READ
A 50-unit affordable rental project is in the works for a parcel on North Road in Greenport, Southold Town officials announced Tuesday.
Southold Town Supervisor Scott Russell said the owners of Vineyard 48 have canceled their liquor license. READ
The Fishers Island Utility Co. is stressing a need for year-round housing for its workers, which it says is critical to its services and the safety of an island reachable only by water or air. READ