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New Paltz closes public hearing on Zero Place

New Paltz closes public hearing on Zero Place

Opponents of the project, which would include 46 apartments over a floor of retail space and be located in the village on North Chestnut St., said the hearing should be kept open because important details are still up in the air. But planners concluded that would result in a feedback loop, with adjustments made in response to comments prompting further comments, ad infinitum.

New Paltz’s URGENT questions

New Paltz’s URGENT questions

Town officials questioned the sheriff and assistant district attorney on the URGENT task force’s use of minor informants and whether it inquired about immigration status. The town is weighing whether to continue to participate in the drug and gang task force, which includes officers from town and city police departments throughout the county.