Riverhead Town will be holding a public workshop on its Comprehensive Plan Update on Saturday, April 22 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., at the Suffolk Theater at 118 East Main Street in Riverhead. After two years of delays, the town terminated a contract with its former consultants working on the Comprehensive Plan Update, AKRF, in 2022, and in January of this year hired a new firm, BFJ Planning, to
Five years ago this month, as we began to hatch the idea to add this print edition to complement our news website, eastendbeacon.com, there were plenty of people who said we were crazy. Print was dead, they argued, and we didn’t really disagree. We picked April Fool’s Day for a launch date in anticipation of such heckling, and, we have to admit, we made just the splash we had anticipated.
Well. Now we are here. What does it mean and where do we go? We are still in the grip of a pandemic. Remember when it seemed like it would be over in two or three weeks? As the weather gets colder and the poor air quality and dryness are predicted to make things worse, will we actually have the information we need to tackle this thing and bring it
A plan to put 16 units of affordable housing on the site of the former Knights of Columbus Hall on Depot Lane in Cutchogue has neighbors seeing red, after the Southold Town Board held an Oct. 20 public hearing on whether to change the zoning of the property to allow affordable housing there. The two-acre lot, which currently includes a parking lot, a large backyard and a 3,500-square-foot building that
[caption id="attachment_230" align="alignnone" width="600"] Montauk Point. June 1, 2013. b. young photo[/caption] Hello, and welcome to the East End Beacon. We hope the news here will always be fresh and interesting! It's easy to see the East End as a fractured assemblage of social stratum gone amuck. There's the jet set crowd and the helicopter-hater crowd, the North Fork and the South, those of us whose families go back generations