website improvement, fixing the parking lot at and installing sidewalks on Factory Avenue in Mattituck are just a few of the issues at hand on the table of members of the Southold Town Board on Tuesday.
- Lloyd Reisenberg, a member of Southold Town’s in-house website improvement committee, will present to the board an outline for a new that members of the committee and the board have been developing. Stay tuned for a public input forum on the new design, said Southold Town Supervisor Scott Russell. “After public input is included in the format, we are going to issue a [request for proposals] to all available companies to implement the new design,” the supervisor said.
- The town has submitted permits to the state Department of Environmental Conservation and the Southold Town Trustees to begin work to repair the parking lot at and begin restoration work to the beach itself, both of which were severely eroded during a . Supervisor Russell said that permits have also been submitted for work to restore parts of that were also and that the town has been working with the to reimburse the Town for part of the costs.
- With a about to replace the old Citgo gas station on the corner of Route 25 and Factory Avenue in Mattituck, Southold Town is moving forward with installing sidewalks on Factory Avenue north of the railroad tracks and the “We will continue to reach out the to the to improve the railroad crossing and make it pedestrian friendly,” Russell said.
- After Southold Town Planners Kristy Winser and Tamara Arzt recently left the planning department, Southold Town plans to appoint planners-in-training Alyxandra Sabatino and Brian Cummings Tuesday night. The two will work with planning director Heather Lanza and principal planner Mark Terry.