‘You’ve got people turning a garage, a little shed into a rental. You’ve got glamping…It’s really out of control…’
The plan calls for the town to “Immediately work with cell service providers to develop and implement a plan to extend cell service access to the western areas of town using existing cell towers,” causing some to fear the effects of radiation from 5G equipment.
After nearly three months of public input and the defeat of a referendum that would have dissolved the district, Woodstock Library trustees declared Architect Stephen Tilly’s proposal the winner of the design competition for a new building.
Woodstock Library Trustees have entered a period of listening and reconciliation following the 2-1 defeat of a referendum that, if passed, would have dissolved and terminated the form of governance that has operated the Woodstock Public Library since 1989.
After a public hearing on the town’s proposed Comprehensive Plan that had more officials than members of the public attending, the subject of extending cell phone coverage and the Woodstock Town Board’s reaction to it highlighted minor changes to the long awaited document.
A proposal to dissolve and terminate the Woodstock Public Library District went down in resounding defeat Tuesday, giving trustees and staff a feeling as if a big weight had been lifted from their shoulders.
A fire on Woodstock’s west side caused by an overturned candle engulfed and destroyed three buildings on Calamar Lane belonging to guitarist, folk artist Peter Walker.
Those in opposition fear ill health effects from increased electromagnetic radiation.
Judges advocated for more clerk hours and the Woodstock Town Board discussed a rising trend in noise complaints during four hours of budget discussions on October 9.
Woodstock Town Supervisor Bill McKenna proposed a 2019 budget of $8,255,180 that will result in an estimated 2.215 percent tax increase, an amount that is below the state’s imposed cap.