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Marshalls, Home Goods, Sierra Trading Post among new stores in 120,450 sq. ft. of new Rt. 58 commercial construction

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A site plan for the construction of 120,450 square feet of additional retail and accessory uses on a 42-acre Route 58 site gained preliminary approval by the Riverhead Planning Board Thursday.

Civic group, wary of development pressure, wants to discuss moratorium

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With the comprehensive plan update not yet complete and the adoption of a new zoning code likely more than a year away, Mattituck civic group wants to explore possibility of a moratorium.

Southold’s register of historic landmarks expands for the first time in a dozen years

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Southold Town added three new sites to its register of historic places yesterday, historic homes dating back to the 17th and 18th centuries and a historic lighthouse in the L.I Sound near Fishers Island.

Historic Preservation Commission: Use preservation funds to give landmark owners annual cash maintenance grants

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The proposal to offer $1,000 annual grants to owners of landmarked properties, in the hopes of providing an incentive for owners to seek landmark designation, was not well-received by the town board.

Amid the vineyards, an organic hop farm takes root and grows on the North Fork

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Craft Master Hops wrapped up a challenging but successful first season, harvesting "thousands of pounds" of organic hops, which are already being used by local craft brewers, and is already expanding its operation.

CAST moves into new, bigger offices and celebrates with open house Sunday

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Photos: Check out CAST's new headquarters at 316 Front Street. The public is invited to an open house at its new, expanded headquarters Sunday from 2 to 4 p.m.

‘Orient Rising’: Civic group calls a vote on future of Southold’s easternmost hamlet

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Hoping to ensure 'localized output' in the town's master planning process, the Orient Association has crafted nine propositions, distilled from dozens of community meetings, intended to chart the course of the tiny hamlet's future.

Greenport Village seeks volunteers for zoning board, housing authority

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The Village of Greenport is accepting applications for open positions on the village ZBA and housing authority.

Supervisor’s tentative budget calls for 7.63-percent tax rate hike in 2017

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Supervisor Scott Russell has delivered a tentative budget for 2017 calling for a 7.63 percent tax rate increase. The $44,136,421 spending plan requires a total...

As Greenport’s popularity with tourists grows, so does the gnarly issue of short-term rentals (and how to deal with it)

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Village trustees are again seeking public input on ways to address some of the impacts of the village's rental housing stock more and more being turned over to short-term rentals.