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Neil Krupnick, town council candidate:11-day pre-general report

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Riverhead Town elections: 11-day pre-general campaign finance disclosure report from Neil Krupnick, town council candidate.

Civic plans candidate debates in Jamesport for this Thursday, next Wednesday

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The debate, hosted by the Jamesport-South Jamesport Civic Association, will be open to all candidates for the Riverhead Town Board. Another debate next Wednesday will be held for candidates for town supervisor and town justice.

Democrats unveil platform, criticize Republican incumbents

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Greater efficiency and transparency in town government, the creation of a Riverhead Power Authority using solar energy generated at EPCAL, selling off 'underperforming town assets, reviewing the town's 10-year-old master plan, backing off the construction of 500 apartments on Main Street, and zoning for a movie theater on Route 58 are among the priorities the Democratic candidates for town board say they will pursue if elected.

Over objections of medical marijuana manufacturer, Riverhead Town Board sets hearing on proposed moratorium

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But Riverhead officials agreed to meet Thursday with representatives of Columbia Care NY to discuss concerns about the medical marijuana dispensary proposed for the former Blockbuster Video site on Route 58.

Riverhead RR station and storage yard ‘a deplorable mess,’ supervisor says; Democrats criticize town for inaction

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Conditions at the Long Island Railroad station in Riverhead and its surrounds have troubled town officials for a long time. The station has been closed...

Big trucks bill supported by Zeldin, contrary to aide’s statements at Riverhead meeting last night

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“There is no way we would support that,” Mark Woolley, Congressman Lee Zeldin’s district director, told a meeting of civic association leaders last night, even though Zeldin voted for the bill in a vote last month.

Multi-trailer 84-foot-long trucks could be coming to local roads, thanks to federal bill

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Multi-trailer trucks up to 84 feet long would be allowed on roads in the federal national highway system network, which includes parts of Sound Avenue, Route 58 and Route 25.

Downtown redevelopment: Let’s get this right

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Democratic town board candidates urge care and thoughtfulness moving forward with downtown redevelopment. If we rush and make the wrong choices, they argue, Riverhead will be forced to live with the consequences for many years to come.

Election ’15: Primary race is officially on for supervisor, council and justice nominations in Riverhead

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The race is officially on. Here's the rundown of candidates who filed nominating petitions with the Suffolk County Board of Elections by the July 9 deadline, who's involved in a party primary and who's not.

‘Remembering Charleston’ in Riverhead with a somber gathering in Grangebel: ‘It has a name and that name is hate’

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A small, somber group gathered in Grangebel Park Sunday evening to remember the victims of the June 17 shootings in Charleston, South Carolina and talk about violence and hate crimes.
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