Clarkstown Board Votes to Oppose Ramapo Zoning PLans

According to the Clarkstown town board and reports from the Journal News, members unanimously voted at their November 5 meeting to pass a resolution that would fight the town of Ramapo’s building between Spring Valley and Nanuet. Owners of the property along North Pascack Road are looking to change the zoning from medium density housing to multifamily housing, which would mean, instead of three homes per acre there would be 12 units per acre, including 190 apartments on 18 acres on 27 on another 3. Members of the Clarkstown Town Board approved the resolution to oppose the zone change, Supervisor Alex Gromack stating that the new complexes would bring about 2,000 residents, causing problems for Clarkstown’s drainage systems, which the board will fight to prevent. A public hearing will be held at Ramapo Town Hall on Wednesday at 8:00 PM where the building sites will be discussed.

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