Rural Corridor zoning
The town board on Wednesday denied a special permit application for a two-story medical office building on Main Road in Aquebogue.
Once again, Riverhead Town is being threatened with chainsaws and overdevelopment, putting the town at risk of morphing into another section of overdeveloped western Long Island.
Residents ask town board to reject two-story medical office building in Aquebogue’s Rural Corridor zone
Allowing the construction of a two-story medical office building in the Rural Corridor zone along Main Road in Aquebogue goes against the intent of the zoning and would change the rural character of the area, residents told the town board during a special permit public hearing last week.
A proposal to build a two-story medical office building on a 3.45-acre parcel on Main Road in Aquebogue got a chilly reception by members of the Riverhead Town Board, who sent the developer back to the drawing board.