Village to hold scaffold, firehouse hearings
Apr 01, 2015 6:57 am
Ryan Anglim is reporting in The Daily Mail the Catskill Village Board of Trustees will hold two public hearings on April 8. One to hear public comment on a local law on the use of scaffolding in the village, and the other on a bond proposition to finance the extension of the Catskill Firehouse. According to Village President Vincent Seeley voters will be asked to authorize the issuance of a 20-year, $350,000 bond to pay for the construction of a 40-by-55-foot free-standing structure at the rear of the existing firehouse. Groundbreaking for the extension is set for late this summer. The proposed local scaffold law would limit to six months the time temporary equipment used for construction, repair or maintenance of a building is allowed to stay in place. Any additional time would require permission from the village building inspector. Read the full story in The Daily Mail.