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Civic group files ethics complaint against Riverhead planning official

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The Flanders, Riverside and Northampton Community Association has filed an ethics complaint against Riverhead planning and building administrator Jefferson Murphree in connection with his private consulting work for a developer seeking permits to build a gas station and convenience store on the Riverside traffic circle just across the town line in downtown Riverhead.

In response to 7-Eleven proposal, community group seeks moratorium

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Worried about the impacts of a proposed 7-Eleven gas gas station and convenience store on the Riverside Revitalization Action Plan, residents ask the Town of Southampton for a one-year moratorium on new gas stations and related uses in the Riverside hamlet center.

Governor announces more than $750,000 for Riverside projects

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The money will support the construction of a building for Children's Museum of the East End at Ludlam Park and the development of the Riverside Maritime Trail Park along the Peconic River.

FRNCA wins $50,000 environmental justice grant for Riverside park

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The Flanders, Riverside and Northampton Community Association was awarded a $50,000 community impact grant from the State Department of Environmental Conservation, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced this afternoon.

Local residents give Head Start families a helping hand for Thanksgiving dinner

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Truth Community Church, Flanders, Riverside and Northampton Community Association and Peconic Bay Power Squadron donated $1,500 to buy 104 turkeys, one for each child at Southampton Head Start.

Trunk-or-Treat draws families out for Halloween fun Sunday afternoon

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Children went trick-or-treating from decorated trunk to trunk in a family-oriented Halloween tailgate party Sunday in Ludlam Avenue Park.

Riverside-Flanders residents weigh in on Maritime Trail Park design

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Local residents came together to give input on the design of concept plans for the 14-acre Suffolk county-owned park along the Peconic River in Riverside.

Five new affordable homes to be built by town housing authority in Riverside

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The homes will be sold to qualified first-time homebuyers chosen through a lottery by the Southampton Town Housing Authority, executive director Curtis Highsmith announced Monday night at the Flanders, Riverside and Northampton Community Association meeting.

Popular food truck festival returns to Flanders May 18, 19 and 20

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“This year’s event will be bigger and better than last year with a main stage, entertainment, activities for kids, more tents and seating and a whole lot more,” FRNCA president Ron Fisher said.

FRNCA elects new board and officers; Ludlam Avenue Park community center rendering unveiled

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The Flanders, Riverside and Northampton Community Association elected new officers and board members at a packed meeting last night at the Crohan Community Center in Flanders.
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