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YATES COUNTY   ADVERTISEMENT

Developer wants to build senior housing

    YATES COUNTY—Developers are proposing some additional senior housing for people age 55 and older in Jerusalem.
    The Yates County Planning Board reviewed the project at the Thursday, May 24 meeting. Gerald Kernahan, representing Steven McMichael, asked the planning board for permission to construct 15 units and a community center at Central Avenue, all designed for senior living. Shawna Bonshak, county planner, explained Kernahan lacked some of the documents needed to complete the state environmental quality review (SEQR). The work has already been reviewed by the town of Jerusalem.
    In other business:
    • The site plan for the Finger Lakes Cultural and Natural History Museum at 3368 Guyanoga Rd. in Jerusalem was approved. The museum board will renovate and expand the former Branchport school there. Construction on the facility will be the first part of the museum project, turning the former school into the new Discovery Campus.
    • The planning board approved the variance for Yates County Habitat for Humanity’s project at 130 Seneca St.
    • Quintin Schwartz, owner of Document Reprocessors of NY, Inc. at 38 Powell Lane, was given permission to expand the building and add 19 parking spaces.
    • Steve Griffin and Kevin Baily’s sign variance for 110 Main St. was approved.
    • The Branchport’s hamlet master plan was approved.
    • The board welcomed new member Charles Kreuzer, representing the town of Italy.
    The next planning board meeting is Thursday, June 28, at 7 p.m.

 

 

 



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