Activists Lambaste Common Council Over Railyard Vote

MAYOR HERZIG, CRITICS JOUST

From Across County, 

Activists Blast City Hall

Over Vote On D&H Yards

Mike Stolzer, West Oneonta, this evening voiced his displeasure at Oneonta Common Council’s vote to accept the GEIS (generic environmental impact statement) on the D&H railyards.  “I am disappointed that input appears to have been ignored and that people didn’t have the ability to speak before the vote,” he said. “There are people who have been following this project for three years and they don’t trust it. A different approach (to this review) is absolutely necessary.” The vote passed 7-1, with Council member Dana Levinson, Fifth Ward, voting no. Mayor Gary Herzig’ said the GEIS is preliminary: Future developers of the D&H yards will not be able to build on the site without further environmental review. (Ian Austin/AllOTSEGO.com)
LOOK FOR FULL DETAILS IN THIS WEEK’S
FREEMAN’S JOURNAL, HOMETOWN ONEONTA

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.