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‘Uncle Riverhead’ warns town board members to tread carefully on Q&E

Town board members should not have any private, off-the-record contact with the EPCAL applicants while the Q&E hearing is pending.

After four-hour meeting with Triple Five in NYC, Giglio reconsidering EPCAL proposal

Councilwoman Jodi Giglio said she now believes company has “the experience and the wherewithal” to develop the site as an aviation technology center.

Calverton Aviation and Technology to give ‘EPCAL 2.0’ presentation to local business groups next week

Attendance for the 'business to business' presentation on March 7 by the company seeking to buy 1,644 acres of land in the Calverton Enterprise Park is limited to members of the Riverhead Chamber of Commerce, Riverhead Rotary, Riverhead BID, North Fork Promotion Council and Eastern Long Island Executives.

Solar power company withdraws lawsuit over proposed EPCAL land sale

The lawsuit, which sought to set aside a letter of intent between the town and Luminati Aerospace, became moot when the defendants conceded the letter of intent is no longer valid, according to the attorney for sPower. The town is free to entertain better offers than the current $40 million bid.

Sage advice from ‘Uncle Riverhead’: Let’s hit the pause button on EPCAL deal

An imaginary uncle drops in on the Riverhead Town Board to give board members advice on how not to blow the biggest decision they'll likely ever have to make. Column by Greg Blass

Public hearing on EPCAL land deal to be postponed at supervisor’s insistence

The qualified and eligible hearing scheduled for Jan. 17 will be adjourned to a future date to be determined after the supervisor learned of a change in a prospective purchaser's identity.