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Tyrone approves subdivision law

TYRONE—The Tyrone sub-division law was passed at the town board meeting, Tuesday, July 14.
All board members except for Ed Perry approved the law.  Before the vote Perry suggested it be put to a referendum vote by the residents.  Supervisor Harvey Bishop said it cannot be done that way and must be voted on by the board.  He explained the board has also been listening to what residents have been saying.  Bishop said the board has not taken this matter lightly.  He added, “the last thing I like is a bunch of regulations,” but said the subdivision law would help.
“I hope everybody’s in place,” said board member Joe Sevier, adding that the appropriate officers should be ready for their responsibilities under the law.
Bishop explained the sub-division law only pertains to the builder who is dividing up property for development.  He said the law protects the buyer, town, and everyone around a property.
In other business:
• The topic of a town Web site came up.  One option that was suggested involved Dundee Central School students helping with creating one.
• Sevier reported that he had met with the Schuyler County Partnership for Economic Development (SCOPED) about getting grants.
• Superintendent of highways Paul Ernhout said that work on Decamp Road from Route 23 to Barrington would use up most of the remaining Consolidated Highway Improvement Program funds.  He explained they have to do the double surface treatment of the road.  The highway department would also be doing some patching of roads.  Ernhout said the work should be done between July 20 and 26.
The next regular meeting will be Tuesday, Aug. 11 at 7:30 p.m.
 





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