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C’ville to use consultants for two projects

By TYRONE L. HEPPARD
Staff Reporter
theppard@cortlandstandardnews.net

CORTLANDVILLE — The Town Planning Board decided Tuesday to seek assistance from consultants at Albany-based Clough Harbour & Associates in proceeding with a state-mandated review of plans for two proposed projects, a propane transfer facility and a parking lot expansion.
Last month, the board agreed to coordinate the State Environmental Quality Review, or SEQR. The process is a required state review of plans for the projects.
In October, attorney Mike Shafer, representing the Sun Auto Warehouse presented plans for a 41,000-square-foot expansion of its parking lot over existing green space to accommodate about 136 vehicles at its facility on Route 281 at Luker Road.
In September, Darren Fuller, president of HBDR LLC, a subsidiary of World Fuel Services, proposed opening the distribution center on 9.4 acres of land behind CNY Power Sports and CNY Farm Supply off Route 11 in Polkville.

 

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