Planning Board to tackle Stewart's concept

The Warrensburg Town Planning board met Feb. 16 to discuss the expansion of a storage facilities adjacent to Warrensburg Car Care, and to accept an application by Stewart's Shops for a zoning change. Car Care owner Fred Witz was granted permission to add on to an existing storage building at 3895 Rte 9, constructing 40 storage units. The town Planning Board voted to approve Witz's site plan.

The proposed zoning change of property at Main St. and Stewart Farrar Ave. to accommodate a relocated Stewart's convenience store was tabled until March 3. The planning board has several questions that need to be addressed before determining their recommendation, which they are scheduled to give to the town board after that meeting.

Hudson Headwaters Health Network, the property owner, and Stewart's Shops have until this date to answer questions presented by the planning board.

The town board is holding a public hearing at 7 p.m. Thursday March 11 to hear citizens' views about the zoning change - from Office/Multi-Family to Retail/Commercial at the Stewart Farrar Ave. site, which would allow the construction of a Stewart's store there.

The board is empowered to make their decision on March 11 after hearing the public comment.

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