More than 6,000 Southold Town residents were left in the dark when a PSEG substation failed around 11 p.m. Tuesday night, and PSEG officials say the cause is under investigation. (more…)
After months of negotiation, Greenport Village is about ready to take Suffolk County completely out of the equation when dealing with the Railroad Dock. (more…)
A second candidate emerged for mayor in the upcoming Greenport Village elections, ensuring the race for the top position will be contested. (more…)
Despite requests from Village officials, Main Street in Greenport will not be included in the state Department of Transportation’s $6.9 million repaving project. However, plans are in place to have the damaged stretch of Main Street repaved before the winter, Mayor David Nyce said. (more…)
The Village Board approved Widows Hole Oyster Company’s application to build a 140-foot dock and is expected to issue the building permit in the near future.
After a Monday hearing, which was briefly interrupted by an irate resident, the board unanimously approved the application.
Mayor David Nyce said after the vote that the village will issue a building permit “as soon as humanly possible.” (more…)
Joseph Prokop is staying on as Greenport Village’s attorney.
The village board renewed Mr. Prokop’s contract to provide legal advice at the same rate of his previous agreement: $175 an hour, as needed. (more…)
Savings recently created from combining administrative positions and new retirements are expected to allow Greenport Village to hire a code enforcer and paralegal next fiscal year, Mayor David Nyce said Monday.
During a public hearing to discuss the 2014-15 preliminary spending plan at the Little Red Schoolhouse, Mr. Nyce said some of the responsibilities of the proposed code enforcer would include monitoring snow and brush removal. (more…)
Just in time for spring clean up, the Village of Greenport has scheduled leaf and brush pickup dates for 2014. (more…)
Greenport Village officials are looking into partnering with New London, Conn. to participate in the 2015 Tall Ships Challenge.