At a Southampton Village Planning Board meeting on Monday night, board members closed a public hearing on a site plan application to renovate the shops in the mini-mall on Hampton Road into one large market.
Board members discussed concerns raised at previous meetings—parking, shopping cart storage and a planned upgraded septic system—and expect to make a decision at the next meeting of the board on May 6, depending on the applicant’s response to the concerns, according to Chairman Roy Stevenson.
According to Mr. Stevenson, the board’s tone concerning the application is positive because it meets the board’s standards.
“I don’t see how we can turn it down,” said board member Warren Hamer. “The village needs people who want to develop... more