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Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Shandaken pauses review of Catskill Mountain Railroad request

The town of Shandaken Planning Board has taken a step back from its review of the Catskill Mountain Railroad’s request for a permit to store equipment on the company’s property in Phoenicia, in part because such storage might not be allowed.
Board members say they want to talk with their lawyer about an opinion he recently issued on the matter.
In a May 1 letter, attorney Richard Olson told the Planning Board it could not act on the railroad’s application because there is a notice of violation regarding the site that must be cleared up first. Olson also said the permit the railroad is seeking does not exist.

From a story in the Daily Freeman on 16 May 2017
Shandaken hits pause button in review of Catskill Mountain Railroad’s train storage request

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