Town passes second moratorium extension

He said that report included a great deal of time and research and acknowledged that individuals commenting on the green space and industrial provisions are entitled to their input.

He added, though, that the law was not rushed, but is needed to fill a void in the town's zoning code.

Kormos said the draft was worked on over weeks, and research included studying similar documents from other municipalities.

The town also held off filing an Environmental Assessment Form, required for the Department of Environmental Conservation and Albany County Planning Board, in case there are changes to the law, Dolin said.


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