Craryville gas station proposal now costlier
Feb 11, 2019 12:21 am
Richard Moody reports for Columbia-Greene Media that efforts by GRJH Inc. to build a 3,240-square-foot convenience store with a 12-pump gas island in Craryville at the corner of Route 23 and Craryville Road are getting more expensive. The proposal has inspired regular protests at the planning board meetings considering the construction, including the one Feb. 7 in Copake. At the March 7 meeting, the Planning Board will discuss how much it will cost to hire an engineer and the scope of what the engineer will review. Read the full story at HudsonValley360.com.