Stewart's Shops

In the future, the lot just behind the proposed Stewart’s may be occupied by a bank or some kind of office or shop, according to a Stewart’s representative.

ALTAMONT — A small group of Altamont residents is suing the village’s board of trustees as well as Stewart’s Shops, seeking to overturn a zoning change approved by the village board, in a split vote, las

 Stewart’s Shops was before the Altamont Zoning Board of Appeals

Stewart’s Shops continues to move forward in its attempt to build a new store at 1001 Altamont Blvd. Last week, the company presented to the Altamont Zoning Board of Appeals its proposal for five area variances; the board in turn set a public hearing for May 14.

As Voorheesville moves to codify its comprehensive plan into law, residents and business representatives voiced their concerns at a public hearing on the proposed update to the village’s zoning code.

Stewart’s is moving forward in its attempt to build a new store at its current site at 1001 Altamont Blvd. The company will be before the Altamont Zoning Board of Appeals on April 9, seeking variances to construct the new shop.

The Altamont Planning Board this week got its first chance to offer comment on the new shop Stewart’s is proposing to build in the village.

The local board must stand its ground in assessing what is best for the community it serves.

ALTAMONT — On Wednesday night, after a packed hearing with more than 100 villagers, the Altamont Village Board voted, 3 to 2, to rezone the two-family home at 107-109 Helderberg Ave. from residential to commercial so that the adjacent Stewart’s Shop will be able to expand.

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Voorheesville adopted a moratorium on development at the end of June so that its first-ever comprehensive land-use plan can be completed. 

To the Editor:

I am writing this letter to the owners of Stewart’s.


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