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Southampton looks to buy waterfront acreage in Flanders, including blighted former Seven Zs

Southampton Town is eyeing two seven-figure acquisitions of waterfront property in Flanders, including the long-vacant, blighted former Seven Zs scuba school on Flanders Road.

Southampton Town to begin leaf pickup on April 19

The spring leaf pickup program for Southampton Town residents will begin on Monday, April 19.
A row of houses in a residential neighborhood on a sunny day.

Southampton Town launches digital housing survey for comprehensive plan

The Town of Southampton is creating a town-wide housing plan as part of an update to the town’s Comprehensive Plan, and is looking for the community's help to develop the best plan to suit the town's needs.

Town of Southampton 2020 beach permits are available for purchase

Southampton Town beach permits are available for sale by mail. Permits will be required as of May 23. Day

Word that returning study-abroad students may be quarantined at Stony Brook/Southampton concerns local officials, as details are scarce

Reports surfaced yesterday that returning SUNY and CUNY study-abroad students from countries impacted by coronavirus would be quarantined at the Stony Brook/Southampton campus. But local officials say details have not been forthcoming.

Southampton Town accepting applications for water quality improvement projects

Southampton Town will accept applications for the second round of CPF water quality improvement projects through March 15, 2019.

First new project in Riverside revitalization effort breaks ground at old diner site

Construction is underway of a mixed-use building on the Riverside traffic circle site where the long-vacant Riverboat Diner stood.

Only a few days left to apply for affordable housing lottery

Located on Moses Lane and on Magee Street in Southampton, the homes are being sold for $332,400 each.

Plans for long-vacant former health club site on Flanders Road moving forward, developer says

Developer Island Properties of Farmingville which plans to build a new 10,000-square-foot building to house a health club and a meditation/massage center, says it has all necessary approvals and is moving forward with the project.

Southampton will hold special election tomorrow following former councilman’s arrest on drug charges

Two months after a Southampton councilman was arrested for his involvement in a narcotics scheme, Southampton residents will head to the polls tomorrow for a special election to decide who will fill his seat on the town board.