A group of residents hoping to "Save Main Road" will meet in Jamesport on Saturday to discuss their goals and formulate a plan for moving forward.
On the agenda is a discussion of a legal fund drive kickoff.
The group hopes to preserve the character of Main Road from Route 105 east to Laurel, to the Southold Town border.
Also slated for discussion at Saturday's meeting, which will take place at 11 a.m. at the Jamesport Meetinghouse, at the corner of Manor Lane and Main Road, are a plethora of talking points, including an
Last month, Riverhead Town at Enterprise Park at Calverton, rather than on Main Road in Aquebogue, a proposal that had some residents fearful that their bucolic quality of life would be forever altered.
The group will also discuss a recap of recent decisions involving the The Riverhead town board voted recently to green light two controversial special use permits that would allow for bistros and professional offices at a proposed development in Jamesport.
with residents imploring the board not to move forward. According to published reports, it was later learned that the land involved in the project is in in foreclosure. Residents feel the concept needed more public discourse.
On Saturday, the "Save Main Group" plans to discuss zone uses of Main Road, as well as a research update on incorporate village requirements.