Residents object to HK Ventures: Proposed industrial park will make Calverton’s traffic woes even worse, neighbors tell Planning Board
Riverhead Charter School Superintendent Ray Ankrum was among the speakers who took the podium to object to the HK Ventures proposal for more than 412,000 square feet of industrial space on Route 25 in Calverton, which he said would make already-bad traffic conditions "a nightmare."
Riverhead Planning Board to hear comments on 412,000-square-foot industrial plan in Calverton Thursday evening
HK Ventures' plan to build 412,000-square-feet of industrial space on a 30-acre site in Calverton will be the subject of a public hearing Thursday evening before the Riverhead Planning Board.
HK Ventures’ Calverton industrial park granted height variance providing additional building volume of 2.25 million cubic feet
The Riverhead Zoning Board of Appeals granted permission for HK Ventures to construct warehouse buildings s 5 ½ feet taller than allowed by code, adding 2.25 million cubic feet to total building volume.
HK Ventures sues Planning Board over condition tying permits to state fixing Edwards Avenue intersection
HK Ventures, the developer of a proposed 412,000-square-foot industrial park in Calverton, has sued the Riverhead Planning Board over a requirement that the State DOT must complete the reconstruction of the Edwards Avenue/Middle Country Road intersection before any town permits will be issued.
HK Ventures would ‘create a big, big, big problem’ without Edwards Avenue intersection fix: planners discuss traffic after state announces work...
The State DOT plans to improve the Rt. 25 Edwards Avenue intersection by widening it and adding exclusive left-turn lanes at all approaches. But the state recently pushed back the start date for the project to next year, with anticipated completion in 2025.
Developer of major Calverton industrial complex modifies site plan as it nears end of town’s review and approval process
HK Ventures has modified its proposal to reduce the extent of the variances it needs for its 412,659-square-foot industrial complex on a 30-acre site in Calverton.
A ‘high cube’ logistic center is not a traditional warehouse, but Riverhead is pretending it is. The consequences will be irreversible.
Riverhead is assessing potential impacts of the proposed Riverhead Logistics Center, a 15-acre 'high-cube' warehouse, as if it’s a traditional storage facility, as opposed to a potential e-commerce fulfillment center — a dreadful mistake that could have irreversible consequences.
The supplemental impact statement discusses cumulative impacts of warehouse proposals on Edward Avenue/Route 25 intersection.
Hubbard advocates 18-month moratorium on warehouse development in Calverton, but Town Board majority is on the fence
“The industrial area in Calverton seems to be a hot spot for people wanting to come and build warehouses. And it's almost like the floodgates opened up and we got inundated…" Town staff backed him up, but his fellow Town Board members were not so sure.
HK Ventures directed to prepare supplemental environmental study to address cumulative impacts with other pending applications
After residents complained that the adopted final environmental impact study for a 412,000-square-foot industrial park in Calverton was inadequate, the Planning Board last week directed the developer to prepare a supplemental impact statement to address cumulative impacts of several pending industrial development applications in Calverton.
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