Long Island has seen a tremendous influx of investment in new industrial projects over the last two years, particularly in the self-storage, warehousing and distribution sectors. These projects promise to bring much needed, state-of-the-art facilities to Long Island’s towns, which industry leaders describe as a long-underserved market. Of equal importance to Long Island’s future is the tax revenue and jobsContinue Reading Is a Freeze in the Forecast for Riverhead’s Industrial Development?
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Developments of Regional Significance Are Subject to Additional Scrutiny by Pine Barrens Commission
By Anthony S. Guardino on
Posted in Central Pine Barrens, Central Pine Barrens Comprehensive Land Use Plan, Compatible Growth Area, Core Preservation Area, Development of Regional Significance, Long Island Pine Barrens Maritime Reserve Act, Pine Barrens, SEQRA, State Environmental Quality Review Act, Town of Brookhaven, Town of Riverhead, Town of Southampton, Uncategorized, Village of Southampton
The Long Island Pine Barrens Maritime Reserve Act, Environmental Conservation Law, Article 57 (the “Act”), was adopted in 1993 for the purpose of protecting approximately 102,500 acres of the Long Island Pine Barrens located within the towns of Brookhaven, Riverhead and Southampton. The Act defines the boundaries of the Central Pine Barrens and divides it into two geographic areas,…
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