Open spaces, quiet hamlets, family farms and leafy neighborhoods are North Fork treasures we cannot afford  to take for granted. Riverhead’s rural character and quality of life are being eroded by the spread of excessive development and uses into places  where they don’t belong. We believe we can and must protect these precious commodities before they are lost forever.

Our best defense is an engaged and educated public that cares. Please read, think, learn and act!!

Go to the  EPCAL VOTE  page on the menu or click on the blue box below.

EPCAL: 7/17/18 Updates & a New  Petition

Concerned about the potential housing development at the EPCAL site?  A pdf  template letter you can use to send to the Riverhead Town ison the EPCAL page.

Or click on the blue box below to read the template letter and to learn more.

Helicopter Noise?

We have launched a new petition which calls on all Board members to vote no on the EPCAL sale .

EPCAL Update

Jamesport Commons and DiNoto property. The County Legislature voted to approve the appraised values for the purchase of development rights for the rear portion and for outright purchase (for parkland) of the front piece. Legislator Al Krupski's office said an offer has now been made and accepted by the owner.  Click here for more background, 


Tax Breaks for Restoration of Houses in Historical Districts. Click here for more information.


Grapes and Greens.  The owner
has approval to build a cider processing facility, tasting room, and store.


Coverdale development.  This development could lead to higher taxes because of the tax-exempt status.


7-Eleven in Aquebogue.  The court case continues and the Town has hired a contract attorney and filed a motion for appeal.

News & Updates

Read this CAEH petition

CAEH is requesting TOR residents to consider signing and circulating their new EPCAL petition. Read the petition at then sign up and leave a comment.

Go to the  EPCAL ACTION page or click on the blue box below to read more.

Helicopter and other aircraft noise just above your residence disrupting your days and evenings?

Click on the blue box below to go to the News page and you will find an easy way to file a noise abatement complaint.

Contact RNPC

Mail: RNPC, Box  413, Jamesport, NY 11947. 
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