Amid the presently diminishing pandemic, the beleaguered Selina Woodstock seeks permission to salvage at least part of the 2020 summer tourist season. The town board is considering a memorandum of understanding, or MOU, to allow international hotel and resort operator Selina to open a limited number of cabins at least temporarily on the former Woodstock Lodge property it purchased about two years ago.
Three cabins would accommodate 18 adults in all.
The Selina Woodstock project has been in limbo since the purchase. Last summer, the town’s zoning board of appeals ruled building permits had been issued in error. Since . . .
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