The proposed components are a comprehensive concept, but will be phased according to grant
availability and financing scenarios.
One megawatt wind turbine generator on the northern section of the site near the Long
One megawatt wind turbine generator at the Village sewage facility.
Vertical axis wind turbine demonstration installation (domestic scale)
Solar arrays and inverters to provide a 0.5 megawatt system (additional panels in
Additional solar arrays possible at the sewage treatment plant facility
Energy conservation program
2. SITE IMPROVEMENTS
a. New Entry and Parking area to accommodate 40 parking spaces (mostly under the solar
Solar charging station for electric vehicles
Electric cart parking (for site)
b. Stabilized route to support fire and maintenance truck access to the site and existing
sewer outfall system. This can also accommodate electric carts (no public vehiclesallowed past the parking area).
c. Improvements to existing pathway and its termination on the beach, includingstormwater collection in a series of rain gardens and rubble reconfiguration/cover.
d. Overall site improvements
Identification of native and invasive species existing on the site
Removal of debris (ranges from an abandoned car to concrete rubble)
Removal of invasive species
Restoration of vernal wetland areas and roadside grasses/plantings using native
Stairs, path construction for safely scaling elevation changes within the site
Bluff protection enhancement at the base of the cliff face
e. Collection of building, solar panel and path stormwater run-off for reuse, irrigation, and
f. Proposed wetland to daylight sewer outfall for treatment and polishing for further
nitrogen removal (fourth step in effluent treatment) before dispersal to the LI Sound.
g. New, themed trails throughout the site with links to the Bay-to-Sound trail system being
developed by the Town of Southold and Village of Greenport, including proposed trails
on the adjacent, county-owned properties preserved as open space. Trail, site andbuilding themes revolve around concepts related to the sun, earth, wind and water.h. Community garden and composting areai. Signage for entry, identification of natural species, explanation of systems, sustainablepractices and other educational purposes