Community members are encouraged to attend Sunday afternoon’s informational meeting that will focus on the future of the Fordham Mill in Remsenburg.
Co-hosted by The Remsenburg Association and the Speonk-Remsenburg Civic Association, the meeting will begin at 1 p.m. at the Remsenburg-Speonk Elementary School on Mill Road in Remsenburg. Prior to the meeting and starting at noon, interested parties are welcome to tour the mill, which is Southampton Town’s first historic landmark and also known as the “Tuttle-Fordham Mill,” and the surrounding property.
The Fordham Mill has been on the market for several years and fallen into disrepair. The meeting will address the importance of the building, the use and limitations of the property, the mill’s current condition and offer an estimated cost for basic restoration.
The informational session will include presentations by Stephanie Davis of the Southampton Town Landmarks and Historic Districts Board, the mill’s owners, Southampton Town Department of Land Management Planning Director David Wilcox and Southampton Town Community Preservation Fund Director Mary Wilson.
A question-and-answer session and a general discussion will follow the presentations. For more information, visit www.remsenburgassociation.com.