Weekly Wrap-Up: Gas Leak, Summerwind Expected to Break Ground

A round-up of the biggest news in Riverhead during the week of Oct.16.


 On Monday, Patch reported that the New York State Department of Transportation began nighttime construction on Main Street. Construction will last for the next three weeks, weather permitting.


Police evacuated Main Street on Tuesday after contractors for National Grid struck a gas line on Peconic Avenue near .


Local business owners blasted a proposed law to limit accessory buildings at a public hearing on Wednesday.


On Thursday, Patch reported that the Summerwind Square Project, a $4 million private apartment complex built at the site of the old Club 91, is expected to break ground in the next two weeks. 


On Friday, town officials claimed the town averted an attempted water district takeover by Suffolk County, saving Riverhead residents from an increase on their water bills.


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