Proposed Calverton Air Cargo Facility May Impact South Fork - 27 East

Proposed Calverton Air Cargo Facility May Impact South Fork

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A rendering of the proposed development.

A rendering of the proposed development.

An aerial view of the development site.

An aerial view of the development site.

By Denise Civiletti on May 24, 2023
Jet planes carrying cargo for delivery across the Long Island region may be landing on the East End for the first time, if an application now pending in Riverhead Town... more

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