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After an arduous 15-year search for the right piece of land on which to build a YMCA, members of the Peconic Y said this week they've found a willing seller on an 8.8-acre plot of land on Route 25 in Aquebogue, and a piece of land they believe would be a great fit. The next step is getting the project through Town Hall.
Despite a Jan. 31 deadline to move out of its spot in the Shopping Cove in the heart of Sag Harbor village, café and coffee roaster Java Nation had not budged as of Wednesday, Feb. 1.
According to manager Carolina Perez, Java Nation is “squatting” at the moment, but the café owners are in talks to move to the building on Washington Steet. Perez said while the Shopping Cove landlord, Bruce Slovin, is not happy about Java Nation still being there, the café owners have a good lawyer. Slovin could not be reached for comment.
After a soft opening for mostly friends and family this past weekend,expanded its , opening its doors on Monday at the former location in the Waldbaum’s shopping center in Mattituck,
, a decades-old East Hampton Village staple, is closing its doors on Feb. 24.
According to , owner Everett Griffiths had been thinking about closing for sometime. Signs behind the counter let customers know he had made up his mind.
, currently of Southold and Southampton, is planning on adding a third retail location in downtown Riverhead by the summer. Owner Keith Kouris said he's been looking in Riverhead for about a year and was hoping to get a bigger space to include a production facility, but is still looking forward to opening up a bakery on Main Street, across from . He hopes to be open by mid-June.