The Greenport Village Board appointed some new members to its Planning Board and Zoning Board of Appeals and also discussed some of its priorities for the coming fiscal year during its organizational meeting last Thursday at the Old Schoolhouse.
Downtown Greenport Village now has applications for live music at one venue, a public assembly area at another and outdoor dining at a third.
All three matters went before the village Planning Board last Thursday. (more…)
People and businesses in the Village of Greenport have once again been receiving phone calls, purported to be from PSEG, that state that they owe PSEG money on their electric account, according to village clerk Sylvia Pirillo.
Following a 90-minute public hearing last month, the Greenport Village Board is making changes to its proposed short-term rental law before bringing it to a vote.
Four road ends in Greenport are slated to receive county funding for stormwater mitigation projects, Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone announced Monday.
Joined by local officials on Fourth Street, Mr. Bellone pledged $237,000 in county funding to complete the project.
The Village of Greenport gained its first Little Free Pantry yesterday as it was “planted” near the gazebo close to Adams Street, thanks to a community effort led by Penelope Rudder.
The Village of Greenport got into the Christmas spirit Saturday with the fire department’s parade of lights followed by a tree lighting in Mitchell Park.
One local businesswoman is doing her part to help alleviate Greenport’s trash problem by vowing to purchase a Big Belly container she’s agreed to donate to the village.
The owners of the Arcade, Greenport Village’s iconic Front Street department store, are due in court this week to face a slew of charges that include renting illegal apartments above the store.
Contorting her long, slender frame through the brush at Clark’s Beach in Greenport, village resident Mindy Ryan was reminded of an old game she used to play.
“Remember Twister?” she asked the handful of volunteers within earshot.
Ms. Ryan was one of about a dozen local residents who twisted their way through thorn bushes and other hazards to clean up as much trash as they could in three hours Saturday morning.