continued “You are not giving up on anything,” Metroplex Chair Ray Gillen said about the PILOT. “You are getting nothing now.”
Gillen said the building would provide an increase in taxes for the county, town and school district.
The company received site plan approval for commercial development at the site in 1995, Socha said, but it was before sewer connections existed at the site. The company would need to come back before the town Planning and Zoning Commission for a revised site plan review before moving forward on construction.
Also, he noted some requirements have changed over the years, which will need to be reflected in the revised plan.
“We have to do some updating to today’s regulations with some things that have changed,” he said.