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Suffolk County Water Authority to Navy: We’re ‘ready, willing and able’ to serve homes south of former Grumman site affected by...

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The head of the Suffolk County Water Authority wrote to the Secretary of the Navy today offering to provide public water to the homes in Manorville and Calverton south of the former Grumman site, where toxic chemical contaminants have been detected in private residential wells.
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State DEC: Riverhead’s EPCAL subdivision application still incomplete

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The State DEC has again sent the Town of Riverhead back to the drawing board on its EPCAL subdivision plan.
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Schumer demands Navy act quickly to bring public water to homes near the former Grumman site in Calverton

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Sen. Chuck Schumer is urging the U.S. Navy to immediately develop a plan to connect homes near the former Grumman site in Calverton to public water and to expand its area of investigation for groundwater contamination near the site.

Laser light show postponed, organizer says

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The laser light show planned by the Chamber of Commerce at the Calverton Enterprise Park has been postponed, chamber president Robert Kern told RiverheadLOCAL this morning.

Laser light show planned for Calverton runway next week lacks town permits

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A three-night laser light show at the Calverton Enterprise Park next week is being advertised though it lacks town approvals.

With new heavy-hitting partners, Shinnecock Nation shows it’s serious about a L.I. casino

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The Shinnecocks have partnered with Seminole Hard Rock Entertainment and Tri-State Partners. Is the EPCAL property on their short-list of potential sites for a new casino?

Suffolk County Planning Commission green-lights EPCAL subdivision

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Riverhead’s proposed subdivision of land at the Calverton Enterprise Park got a green light from the Suffolk County Planning Commission last week.

Opponents of EPCAL sale press town board to pull the plug on the deal

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Opponents of the EPCAL land deal with an affiliate of Triple Five group urged the town board to cancel its contract..

Buyer reaffirms its commitment to purchase town’s acreage in Calverton, offers to release second $500,000 down payment

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The purchaser in the $40 million land deal with Riverhead Townhas waived its right to terminate the contract of sale with the town for another year, to allow Riverhead time to obtain approvals required to finalize its land subdivision and close the sale. It has also offered to release a $500,000 contract down payment currently being held in escrow.

Triple Five brings in a new business developer with expertise in technology for EPCAL project

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Calverton Aviation & Technology is ready to close on its $40 million land deal with the Riverhead Town Community Development Agency and move forward with the development of the site, according to the company’s attorney, Christopher Kent.
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