A special Town Board meeting was held on a Thursday morning to discuss the upcoming referendum about the town’s purchase of the library building. While the meeting was public, only a handful of community members showed up and the Board soon went into executive session. There was a brief discussion when they returned.
This video captures an application for a simple property subdivision, a lot line adjustment, and permission to post a sign. While it’s not a “how to” it does show the process of how common requests are considered.
The community was introduced to proposals to be presented in a forth-coming referendum about the purchase and use of the building now housing the PP Library and community center.
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In addition to the usual, but routine, business, there were some new guest presentations. State Senator Terry Gipson, talked about issues in the NY State Senate and asked for input on local concerns. There was also a presentation on the impact of severe flooding, read by a representative from the Cornell Cooperative Extension.
The Library issue will be discussed — and covered on this site — on August 20.