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Task force makes recommendations to foster more equitable town Justice Court proceedings
The Southold Justice Review and Reform Task Force has recommended the town Justice Court adopt a “zero tolerance” policy for bias, discrimination and harassment. The task force also recommended officially adopting and institutionalizing “the tenets of Procedural Justice” and collecting demographic data in conjunction with court procedures in its Southold Town Justice Court Equity Report,...See the Story
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Southold Blotter: Police respond to disturbance at convenience store
Police responded to the 7-Eleven in Southold last Tuesday to investigate reports of subjects throwing items around the store and kicking out the glass on the entry door. The owner told police that unknown persons “smashed milk on the floor” and “upon exiting the building one of the subjects kicked the door, causing the glass...See the Story
Reinstated police chief apologizes to residents, says failure to follow policy 'inexcusable'
The Southold Town Board has reinstated police Chief Martin Flatley, who offered a formal apology to the community at a special Town Board meeting Monday, and also announced his plan to retire in 2024. The chief had been suspended indefinitely without pay in August after a two-year investigation into the department’s handling of community complaints...See the Story
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Town Board moves closer to finalizing regulations on marijuana retail and on-site consumption establishments - Riverhead News Review
Riverhead Town officials are hoping to finalize regulations on marijuana, such as where retail and on-site consumption establishments can be located. The board plans to hold a public hearing on the proposed regulations. Its next meeting where it could set the hearing date is Wednesday. The state Office of Cannabis Management recently said it would...See the Story
Orient family to become homeowners as Habitat for Humanity holds wall-raising ceremony in Greenport
An Orient family will be the new owners of a Habitat for Humanity structure planned in Greenport. A wall-raising for the two-bedroom home on Johnson Court was held last Wednesday. “We’re very grateful, very thankful that this opportunity came to us. We applied to this wonderful organization once we got the notice and we are...See the Story
Ransomware attack on Suffolk County heightens importance of cybersecurity for local municipalities - Riverhead News Review
The cyber breach earlier this month that left Suffolk County systems in turmoil has placed a heightened emphasis on the importance of cybersecurity for local municipalities that can be particularly vulnerable to threats. So far, town governments in Riverhead and Southold have remained relatively unaffected by the hack against the county. The ALPHV/BlackCat and LockBit...See the Story
North Fork Breast Health Coalition hosts 24th 5K Walk for Breast Cancer Awareness at Tanger Outlets - Riverhead News Review
The North Fork Breast Health Coalition held its 24th “5K Walk for Breast Cancer Awareness” Sunday morning at Tanger Outlet Center in Riverhead. Amy Loeb, the executive director of Peconic Bay Medical Center, served as the emcee for the fundraising event. “I am just thrilled to join you on this beautiful morning,” Ms. Loeb said...See the Story
Joint application between Town, CAT submitted to Riverhead IDA for transfer of EPCAL land - Riverhead News Review
The joint application between the Riverhead Town Board and Calverton Aviation & Technology to transfer land at Enterprise Park at Calverton to the Riverhead Industrial Development Agency was publicly released Thursday, about five months after the agreement was signed. The application to transfer the title of the more than 1,643 acres from the TownSee the Story