If there’s one big life lesson everyone must learn, it is this: You just never know. A bad fall on his backyard deck almost claimed the life of Riverhead Councilman Tim Hubbard last week, rupturing his spleen and causing him to lose more than half his blood volume.
Tim Hubbard has a change of heart: Triple Five will be required to make financial disclosure before Q&E decision
Deputy Supervisor Tim Hubbard said today he has changed his mind about financial disclosure by Triple Five: “It has weighed so heavily on my mind. I have gone back and forth and in my heart I know I can’t make a decision without it," he said today.
Councilwoman Jodi Giglio said she now believes company has “the experience and the wherewithal” to develop the site as an aviation technology center.
Riverhead Supervisor Laura Jens-Smith, a Democrat, said she has decided to appoint Republican Councilman Tim Hubbard as deputy supervisor.
Despite not objecting yesterday to the new supervisor's proposal to advertise for all vacancies on boards and committees, the Republican majority today moved to reappoint the town attorney and current members of the planning and zoning boards.
Move to cancel letter of intent with Luminati loses third vote: After meeting, Dunleavy now advocates ‘another chance’
Luminati CEO Daniel Preston held one-on-one meetings with three council members today. The meeting changed Councilman John Dunleavy's mind about canceling the town's letter of intent wth the Calverton aerospace startup.
Facing criticism over how they’re going about the massive land deal with Luminati Aerospace, Riverhead Town officials will seek additional outside help vetting the...
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