Southampton Town is continuing its public meeting road show in the month of October, with a series of town board meetings, work sessions and special meetings at public locations throughout town.
The month’s events kicks off at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 6 with a special work session at the Remsenburg-Speonk Elementary School to discuss the controversial proposed workforce housing/retail complex on North Phillips Avenue just south of the Speonk train station.
The developers of the project propose modifying the line between the village business and residential zoning districts on the property, and rezoning the back portion of the property to MF-44, a multi-family housing zoning designation with an overlay zoning that would allow 12 units per acre.
The board plans to hold a regular town board meeting at the Hampton Bays Senior Center on Oct. 25 at 6 p.m.
The board then plans to head to the East Quogue Elementary School on Nov. 7 at 6 p.m for a special meeting to hold a public hearing on the proposed zoning change for the controversial Hills at East Quogue golf course and 118-house luxury subdivision.
The property, on Lewis Road in East Quogue, is not far from the headwaters of Weesuck Creek, which empties into western Shinnecock Bay, one of the most impaired water bodies on the East End.
In order to build the complex, developers are asking Southampton Town to issue them a change of zone from a residential zoning district to a mixed use planned development district.