The town says the property at 7 Ayre Dr. in Guilderland, which was destroyed last January, could be an “attractive nuisance,” or a dangerous site.
Four of the town board’s five members, a supermajority, would have to support the allowance.
If the project does not go in, board members pointed out, the land can revert to its original business zoning.
Kenneth Cooke, Medusa
GUILDERLAND — As the Mill Hollow project languishes, the developer has asked the town board to lift restrictions that led to its approval in 2006.
In December, Scenic Rensselaerville, a group that court papers describe as having 170 members, many of them artists, sued the Albany County sheriff in December.
Phillips has been partnering with Red Kap, a local petroleum and gas distributor on the plans for expansion into the new areas of business, he said.
Vasilios "Vas" Lefkaditis, Knox Town Supervisor
GUILDERLAND — Supervisor Peter Barber received rounds of applause twice from the crowd of about 30 residents at the Feb. 2 town board meeting.
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