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Riverside revitalization

Developers of proposed ‘Grangebel Hotel’ make new pitch for sewer plant hookup

The owners of the Peconic Paddler site on Peconic Avenue, who plan to eventually build a 100-room hotel there, pitched a two-phase plan to the Riverhead Town Board today, hoping to gain its blessing for a limited sewer district hookup.

Riverside-Flanders residents weigh in on Maritime Trail Park design

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.

Old diner razed to make way for new construction in Riverside

The long-vacant derelict building — once the site of a busy diner and before that, a Howard Johnson's restaurant — is being demolished today to make way for offices and future apartments.

Developers of ‘Grangebel Hotel’ seek Riverhead sewer district hookup

A 100-room boutique hotel planned for Peconic Avenue on the former Peconic Paddler site needs a temporary sewer hookup from Riverhead until Southampton's planned sewage treatment plant comes online in approximately June 2020.

Riverside roundabout project set to get underway again on Monday

Contractors will begin working on drainage installation in the vicinity of Woodhull Avenue and eastbound County Road 94/Nugent Drive, according to the resident engineer on the project.

Riverside traffic circle reconstruction project begins

County and town officials were joined by civic leaders and community members for a ceremonial groundbreaking at the traffic circle Tuesday morning.

Riverside traffic circle project underway, groundbreaking scheduled later this month

Workers have begun relocating utility lines in the Riverside traffic circle, where groundbreaking on the $4 million reconstruction project will take place at the end of this month, according to County Legislator Bridget Fleming.

County legislature appropriates $4 million for reconstruction of Riverside traffic circle

The legislature also approved $4 million in bonding to fund the construction project, which officials and residents hail as a crucial component of revitalization in the Riverside hamlet.

Riverside revitalization plan hearing: passion, tears, anger and hope

Though the subject of the public hearing was a generic environmental impact statement on a revitalization plan, Riverside-Flanders residents, bearing posters depicting derelict buildings and complaining of drugs, prostitution and crime, pleaded with the Southampton Town Board for action.

In Riverside, imagining a place for community: art, poetry, music and games at first outdoor event in memory

Riverside threw itself a little party yesterday. It was the first outdoor event held in the struggling hamlet in a very long time — maybe even the first one ever. Story and photos.
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