To the Editor:
Wednesday night there was a public meeting where the newly elected mayor Lorraine Walsh and the Village Board of Trustees revealed the preliminary work of the village hired consultant concerning the lax and antiquated codes.
The preliminary findings by the consultant raised numerous concerns among those in the community, including the village’s head of the planning board, a land use specialist and many others in attendance.
We’ve been working hard as a community to address and update the codes but there is much work to still be done to properly address the issues and challenges our community is facing. With only days left until the moratorium expires, it’s imperative we demand the moratorium be extended.
As such, we are asking for your presence this Monday June 20th to the 2nd floor court room at Village Hall at 7:30pm.
We need you and your neighbors to come out to support the need for an extension on the moratorium. This is a critical meeting that requires a large turn out as the moratorium is set to expire on July 11th.
This is our only chance to make sure our collective efforts as a community to address updating the zoning code and combat the teardown trend as right now, July 12th developers can get back to exploiting our village and forever change its character and charm for their own financial gains.
We also encourage you to email or call the new Mayor and Board of Trustees and tell them we need to have the Moratorium extended.
Email the Mayor:
Email the Board of Trustees:
SAVE THE DATE:
This Monday June 20th
Village Court Room • 2nd Floor