More talk in Craryville about gas station
Jan 07, 2019 12:14 am
Amanda Purcell reports for Columbia-Greene Media that opponents of a proposed gas station in Craryville liked some changes to the site plan at the Copake Planning Board meeting Jan. 4, but want more restrictions on the project. “It is a big building,” said Emily Spencer, an attorney for the group Save Craryville that is against the development. “It is quite a lot larger than the surrounding buildings and I think it is important for the planning board to look at in terms of the code how does it fit in to the context that it is in.” the Wholesale Gasoline and Oil Company, of Millerton, wants to fill the 1.7-acre parcel at the intersection of Routes 7 and 23 with a one-story, 3,240-square-foot building with 12-gas pumps. The site plan review of the project is still open and resumes at Copake Planning Board meeting at 7 p.m. Feb. 7 at Copake Town Hall. Read the full story at HudsonValley360.com.