New Paltz planners consider impact of Zero Place proposal

The New Paltz village planning board got a lesson in consistency while going through the potential environmental impacts of the proposed Zero Place development on Route 32 at its September 20 meeting. After drilling down line by line through the application’s environmental assessment form, board members were in agreement that this project may pose a moderate to significant impact to Historic Huguenot Street.

Because that’s not what they believed when they decided to classify it as an unlisted action under state environmental laws, however, reclassifying the action as type 1 would have a number of ramifications on how . . .

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