April 02, 2019




PUBLIC HEARING: Sharon and Edward Merrill, 5227 Slone Road, seek to subdivide an approximate 1.88 acre building lot from an existing 50 acre parcel at property located at 5127 Golly Road, Town of Lee, designated as Tax Parcel 186.000-3-35.1.

Michael Mondrick and William Knudsen, 6610 Cherry Cove Lane, seek to subdivide an approximate 5 acre building lot from an existing 90 acre parcel at property located at the corner of Sly Hill Road and Stokes-Westernville Road, Town of Lee, designated as Tax Parcel 171.00-2-33.1.


MINUTES: Review Minutes of March 5, 2019 for approval.

OLD BUSINESS: Review Merrill and Mondrick/Knudsen proposals.


DISCUSSION: Liz Bertrand will be present regarding property located on Route 26, Town of Lee.

Joseph Mendelsohn, Omni Navitas Holdings, LLC will be present to discuss a potential solar project.

NEXT MEETING: The next regularly scheduled meeting will be held May 7, 2019.

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