WELCOME GUEST  |  LOG IN
hamptons local events, express news group
27east.com

Story - News

Aug 31, 2011 10:14 AMPublication: The Southampton Press

Noyac Road Scoping Session Cancelled Today

Aug 31, 2011 11:09 AM

A public vetting of the Southampton Town Highway Department’s plans to calm traffic at a dangerous intersection on Noyac Road, which was scheduled for Wednesday at the Noyac Community House, has been canceled by Superintendent Alex Gregor because the venue does not have power.

Mr. Gregor said he learned late on Tuesday afternoon from town officials that the Noyac Community House on Noyac Road lost power due to strong winds from Hurricane Irene last weekend. He said he would postpone the meeting, which was scheduled for 1:30 to 4 p.m., to another date to be determined later.

“There’s no power at the Noyac Community House, and the wires got knocked off the building and there was some damage in the roof,” Mr. Gregor said on Tuesday.

The meeting was scheduled to get the public’s input on the town’s design for the troublesome intersection near Cromer’s Market. The plan would involve realigning Noyac Road and creating left turning lanes and a median to help alleviate the traffic situation.

“I think safety dictates that we reschedule,” Mr. Gregor said.

You've read 1 of 7 free articles this month.

Already a subscriber? Sign in

Mr. Gregor and the rest of the fools need to start calming the traffic by the Noyac School House because by the time they are at Cromers, they are already doing 55 mph. Just wait with your kids by the Noyac Liquour store
and see how fast they go. Especially the big trucks, ie, Grimes, Mezyenski, etc
A median in the road is not going to slow the cars down, hang out by North Haven village, it doesn't slow any one down. Hopefully the Heines will stick to their guns and not sell or give it ...more
By sagharborparent (30), sag harbor on Aug 31, 11 11:25 AM
Why not just lower the speed limit to 30
By EastEnd68 (888), Westhampton on Sep 1, 11 9:06 AM