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Glenville town board passes $17.9M budget

Also at the Nov. 19 meeting, Koetzle introduced a zoning proposal to allow displaced business owner Rick DiCresce to operate his used car lot in its new location on Freeman's Bridge Road. DiCresce moved his business to make room for a Lowe's Home Improvement store that broke ground this month, but the new location is zoned only for the sale of both new and used vehicles.

The town will look again at the zoning proposal at a public hearing scheduled for 7:30 p.m.on Wednesday, Dec. 17. The proposal would allow for displaced business owners to continue their current operation.

In other news, the Aplaus sewer project is projected to be completed by the end of December. The $2.9 million project will bring sewer services to about 250 residents. ""

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