continued “So it’s more of a beverage bar,” Osterhout observed.
Again, drawings or a lack thereof will require Palka to return to the Planning Board in September before he can file a completed application and hopefully gain approval.
Mark Bergman appeared representing the Gore Village homeowners association. It seems that a couple of decades ago when Gore Village was being established, the developer ran into financial issues and the property owners bought him out. In an inadvertent move, the leach field for the village was assigned to a bank instead of the property owners group. Bergman appeared before the Planning Board in an effort to remedy that situation and transfer the leach field from the bank to the property owners. A public hearing is required, and Planning Board members agreed to schedule one to occur during its September meeting.
And so it went for about 90 minutes Monday night. Nothing earth-shattering. Just a Planning Board and its volunteer members working through the process, assuring that the system works. The Johnsburg Planning Board meets again on Monday, Sept. 24 at 7 p.m. in the lower meeting room at Tannery Pond Community Center in North Creek.