Cairo continues work to establish zoning law
Feb 26, 2014 7:30 am
The Cairo Town Board continued its work toward implementing a town zoning law Tues., Feb. 25, during a workshop held at the Cairo Library. Dozens of residents were in attendance, many of whom had submitted "feedback forms" expressing concerns about the impact of the current draft zoning law on their own properties. Town board members met with several of the residents Tuesday, discussing their concerns in detail and working together to find a feasible solution to address both the individual's concerns, as well as the vision for the town. Town Supervisor Ted Banta and Town Attorney Tal Rappleyea alluded to a cut-off being set soon for accepting new feedback form submissions; however, they did not announce a specific date. Feedback forms, as well as previous zoning law drafts and maps are available on the town's website at townofcairo [dot] com [forward slash]
pages [forward slash] zoning. The next Town Board Zoning Review meeting will take place March 11. A full recording of the February 25 meeting is available at wgxc.org/archives.
-- Galen Joseph-Hunter