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Greenport Farmers Market to Open in Mitchell Park May 17

The Greenport Farmers Market will held this year for the first time in the village’s Mitchell Park at 115 Front Street on Friday afternoons. The market, which will include about 20 vendors providing a wide variety of local products ranging from fruits and vegetables to wines, spirits and cider, fish, meat, cheese, baked goods and other local products, will open for the season on May 17 and is expected to
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Business Community

First Fridays to Return to Mattituck’s Love Lane

After a hiatus due to the pandemic, the Mattituck Chamber of Commerce’s First Fridays on Love Lane will be returning for the season May 3. The event, during which Love Lane was shut to vehicle traffic and filled with music, food, beverages and shopping, returned for one night only in October of 2023. "Everyone loved it.  It was like it never left, so of course we dove right back," said
Construction continued in February on South Fork Wind. |. Ørsted
Business Energy News Renewable Energy

Sunrise & Empire Wind Win New State Contracts

Pictured Above: Construction continued in February on South Fork Wind. |. Ørsted New conditional contracts for the offshore wind farms Sunrise Wind and Empire Wind 1 have been accepted by the New York Energy Research & Development Authority (NYSERDA), Governor Kathy Hochul announced on Thursday. The new contracts replace contracts cancelled by the wind farms last year amidst rising construction costs. “I promised to make New York a place for the renewable energy
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Business Energy Renewable Energy

Offshore Wind Consolidation Continues with New NYSERDA Solicitation

Pictured Above: The South Fork Wind Farm is now sending power from six turbines to the Long Island grid. |. Ørsted photo As the South Fork Wind Farm announced in mid-January that half of its 12 wind turbines are installed and sending power to the East End grid, offshore wind developers unveiled their updated plans as part of a new solicitation from the New York State Energy Research & Development
Business Southold Top Stories

Suffolk County IDA Unanimously Approves Tax Breaks for “The Enclaves” in Southold

Pictured Avove: Architect Andrew Giambertone (center) discussed a model of the project with Southold residents at the Dec. 11 hearing. Two weeks after receiving its final site plan approval from the Southold Town Planning Board, the controversial proposal for a 40-room luxury resort hotel "The Enclaves" received unanimous approval for $2.75 million in tax breaks from the Suffolk County Industrial Development Agency Jan. 25. The agency's move comes despite significant
Downtown Riverhead as seen from one of the three coves in the Riverside park property
Business Government Riverhead Riverside Southampton

Riverhead Has Reservations about Riverside Redevelopment as Sewer District Formation Continues

Pictured Above: Downtown Riverhead as seen from one of the three coves in the Riverside Maritime Trail Park property The Southampton Town Board will continue to hear public comments on the environmental review of its proposed Riverside sewage treatment plant in January, as the town prepares further documentation for the creation of the sewer district. The lack of a sewage treatment plant has long seen by Riverside redevelopment advocates as
Margaret Steinbugler and Theresa Dilworth outside Town Hall Dec. 11.
Business Community Government Southold

Southold Doesn’t Mince Words in its Distaste for Tax Breaks for “The Enclaves”

Pictured Above: Margaret Steinbugler and Theresa Dilworth outside Town Hall Dec. 11. Only one member of the Suffolk County Industrial Development Agency board came out to Southold to hear what residents had to say about $2.7 million in tax breaks the agency is considering for the proposed luxury resort hotel "The Enclaves" on the Main Road in Southold at a hearing Monday, Dec. 11, but if the other members of
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Business Energy Renewable Energy

Power Begins to Flow From South Fork Wind

Pictured Above: The first offshore wind turbine to send power to Long Island (foreground), with the third turbine being installed. In total, 12 turbines at the South Fork Wind Farm are slated to provide enough power for 70,000 Long Island homes. |. Beth Young photos Dotting the horizon like large vertical liferafts emerging from the fog, a grid of 12 yellow monopoles that will become the foundations for the South
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Business Government Riverhead Riverside Southampton

Riverside Revitalization Moves to the Front Burner

Pictured Above: An artist's rendering of the potential future look of Riverside. It’s been eight years this December since Southampton Town approved the Riverside Revitalization Action Plan, a broad series of zoning changes and incentives designed to bring new life to what has long been one of the most blighted and impoverished hamlets on the East End. At the time, hundreds of people turned out for public hearings and community
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Business Renewable Energy

South Fork Wind’s First Turbine Has Been Installed, as Industry Regroups

As the offshore wind industry regroups after several recent setbacks, the first of 12 offshore wind turbines for South Fork Wind has been installed at a site about 35 miles off of Montauk, a historic milestone in what is expected to be the first utility-scale wind farm in federal waters in the United States. The wind farm, which will connect to a substation in East Hampton via a cable that
An illustration of the Sunrise Wind Farm
Business Renewable Energy

Sunrise Wind to Host Virtual Open House as South Fork Wind Farm Gears Up for Turbine Installation

Sunrise Wind, a 924-megawatt offshore wind farm partnership between Ørsted and Eversource adjacent to the companies' South Fork Wind Farm, will hold a virtual open house to inform the public about the wind farm’s construction process this Wednesday, Aug. 16 at 6 p.m. The wind farm will power Long Island through a transmission cable slated to come ashore at Smith Point Beach and tie into a substation off of William