Entering Woodstock: Zoning review weighs “gateway” changes

Proposed zoning changes that would affect a pivotal part of Woodstock — the Gateway Overlay district at the eastern entrance to the hamlet, where Routes 375 and 212 converge — have prompted debate over the sometimes competing claims of cultural and architectural preservation, commercial vitality, and the rights of property owners.

As the debate proceeds, the use of a signature parcel in the district — the property at 105-109 Mill Hill Road, which is owned by Cyrus and Nancy Adler — is undergoing one actual change, an expansion of Cucina restaurant, while another, the construction of a hotel, is contemplated.

The proposed changes . . .

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