Elizabeth is a Sustainable and Resilient Communities Extension Professional with New York Sea Grant. She is supporting Suffolk County communities within the Long Island Sound watershed with sustainability and resilience planning and implementation of projects. The goal of this work is to help communities
anticipate and overcome disturbances caused by a changing climate. Elizabeth will discuss sea level rise and environmental threats affecting Orient, as well as opportunities to increase resilience.
The Greenport Movie Theater has been owned by Josh Sapan for the past 18 years. Josh has announced that he would like it to transition to a new owner. He's put it on the market for $5.5M. Most likely for it to become a hotel. However, Josh has also indicated that he is willing to gift the building to a 501c3 which, if formed, would sustain an ongoing movie theater, community arts center, and events space there.
Town Board Votes to Protect Community Character by Limiting House Size, Water Quality Advisory, Southold Town and Hamlet Survey - Join us for a Discussion of Community Issues and Priorities - Poquatuck Hall on November 12th at 9:30 am.
Fall is officially here. As we move into the cooler months and the days get shorter there is still plenty of activity out here in Orient, and reasons to enjoy the beautiful fall days. The Orient Association wants to update you on some issues that we have been focused on:Southold Town and Hamlet Survey,
Limiting House Size,
Take the Survey – Deadline this Sunday!,
Preserving Plum Island as a National Monument,