Bowing to community sentiment and fiscal reality, a committee of Woodstock residents and officials on January 31 agreed to dissolve, thus ending the group’s examination of proposals to alter the Gateway Overlay zoning district at the eastern entrance to town and quelling a budding controversy.
The committee — an informal, untitled entity that succeeded a Town Board subcommittee chaired by councilwomen Cathy Magarelli and Terrie Rosenblum — reached a consensus to disband at the end of an hourlong meeting at the town offices on Comeau Drive. In doing so, the committee chose one of two courses of action that Magarelli deemed . . .
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