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Town Board Schedules 2 Public Hearings for November 1st

November 01, 2012
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Summary:

The Ulster Town Board has scheduled two Public Hearings for Thursday, November 1st.

 

  • 7:20 PM - Proposed Local Law: Parking, Stopping, and Standing law
  • 7:30 PM - Code Enforcement Officer Findings & Recommendation: 236 Glenerie Blvd.

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Ulster Town Board will a conduct public hearing on a proposed  local law revising the Town's PARKING, STOPPING, AND STANDING law (Chapter 123) on Thursday, November 1, 2012 at the Ulster Town Hall, 1 Town Hall Drive, Lake Katrine, New York.  The hearing will begin at 7:20 PM.  The proposed local law's enhances the enforcement for parking, speeding and moving violations in the Township that include off-street parking areas and private parking lots.

   

Copies of the proposed local laws are available for viewing at the Ulster Town Clerk's Office during normal business hours and on the town website.  All interested parties will be heard at the said public hearing, or by written statements received prior to the close of the hearing.

By order of the Town Board

Jason Cosenza, RMC FHCO

Ulster Town Clerk

http://www.townofulster.org/


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a public hearing will be held by the Town Board of the Town of Ulster on the 1st day of November, 2012 at 7:30 p.m. at the Town Hall, 1 Town Hall Drive, Lake Katrine, NY 12449 regarding the filing by the Code Enforcement Officer of the Town of Ulster of a report in writing with the Town Board of the Town of Ulster containing his findings and recommendations regarding certain structures situate on premises at 236 Glenerie Blvd. in the Town of Ulster, designated by Tax Map No. 39.7-7-39 reputedly owned by Horst O. Bier, in which report said Code Enforcement Officer states his opinion that said structures are unsafe and dangerous to the public and recommends their immediate removal or securing against unauthorized entry and further recommends that the structure which is incapable of being safely repaired be removed from the premises.

          Securing or removal of such building shall commence within thirty (30) days of service of the notice and shall be completed within sixty (60) days thereafter, unless for good cause shown such time shall be extended.

          In the event of neglect or refusal to comply with the order to secure or demolish and remove the building, the Town Board is authorized to provide for its demolition and removal, to assess all expenses thereof against the land on which it is located and to institute a special proceeding to collect the costs of demolition, including legal expenses.

          Any resident of the Town of Ulster is entitled to be heard at such public hearing.

          By order of the Town Board of the Town of Ulster, dated October 18, 2012.