New Paltz planners continue environmental review of 650-unit apartment proposal

New Paltz Village planning board members are proving their dedication to their community as they dig into the mammoth task of undertaking an environmental review of the New Paltz Apartments project, which if approved in its present form would result in rental rooms for 650 being built on some 60 acres directly south of the college campus along Route 32. Four of the five unpaid volunteers spent more than two hours of their July 6 meeting going over the scoping document, which will be the guide for what’s studied and how . . .

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