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Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Negative declaration for Euclid Ave. development approved

At a special meeting of the Planning Board last night, the conditioned negative declaration for the proposed development of high-end residential subdivision on Euclid Avenue, according to Sondra Little.

It is unclear if any changes were made to the conditioned negative declaration, which contained several mitigation measures as outlined in this August 28 article:

The negative declaration was the last step in the nearly three-year State Environmental Quality Review process. The development raised a number of concerns for area residents, resulting in the mitigation measures required of the developer.

More details will be posted as they become available.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Despite 58 neighbors opposition to the project submitted in the form of a signed petition, for some reason the administration refused to grant an enviromental impact study. The problem with their case was that the council majority sided with the neighbors, that being said the administrations hand picked planning board approved a insufficiently studied highly volatile enviromentally challenged project that will just be in court another day. To top it off one opposing neighbor was punished by an eleventh hour change that personaly punished him by the desire of the administration. There has never been an administration so devious as this one in a city that is dying at the hands of their pathetic leadership.

September 11, 2010 at 2:43 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Us same neighbors opposed you building your house at the end of our street Mr. Ryan

September 12, 2010 at 8:42 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The last thing that Euclid Ave needs to more houses on it. It is all ready an obstacle course with all the cars parked on the street you can barely get down the street now as it is.

September 24, 2010 at 1:04 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The last thing that Euclid Ave needs is more houses on it. It is all ready an Obstacle case now just to get down the street with all the cars parked on the street. No one uses their driveways.

September 27, 2010 at 11:46 AM 

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