The vote was met with cheers from the 20 or so supporters of the center who sat through the four-and-a-half-hour meeting to witness it. The unanimous decision by the board marked the end of a long and contentious approval process for a project that met strong opposition from some neighbors who expressed concern about the building’s scale and its impact on a largely residential street.
What the Irish Cultural Center of the Hudson Valley will be may hang on whether, in the context of Kingston’s zoning law, “West Strand” is a street or an area.
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It was good to see more of our public officials finally stepping to the plate on the controversy involving the
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A good neighbor I wholeheartedly support the Irish Cultural Center, and I’ve been dismayed to read recent letters containing misinformation