A comprehensive plan for the village including a proposal for Upper Port Jefferson is moving forward, according to a report in Newsday.
"The village’s planning committee reviewed with the board comments about the Upper Port Jefferson component of the comprehensive plan to control development near the train station, which has a large commercial presence," said the newspaper in its story.
The plan was developed by Michael Schwarting and Frances Campani, local architects and village residents and presented to the village board in February. They presented their plan that studied the area and proposed architectural and zoning changes.
Related: Read Patch's full story on the proposed revitilization plan for Upper Port Jefferson.
Mayor Margot Garant was quoted in Newsday as saying that there is an "overwhelming consensus... that something has to happen in Upper Port Jefferson." She said the plan is "on track."
To read the full report on Newsday's website click here.