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Blackbird Hollow

Hickory Run Neighbors Awaiting Zoning Decision

Hickory Run Neighbors

Awaiting Zoning Decision

Thirty residents and Glimmerglass-side camp owners from around the former Hickory Run Restaurant on
At this hour, 30 residents and Glimmerglass-side camp owners  from around the former Hickory Run Restaurant halfway up West Lake Road are at the Town of Otsego Planning Board meeting in Fly Creek, awaiting discussion of the property’s redevelopment as a restaurant/hotel by Blackbird Hollow, LLC (Joe Galati and Susanne Adsit, Jon McManus and Les Sittler).   A 22-room project was approved in 2014, but modifications are being sought to expand that to three dozen rooms.  In addition to neighbors, Otsego 2000 and the OCCA are weighing in against such development on Otsego Lake’s shores.   The Planning Board’s chair is John Phillips (in the center at the front table).  In the foreground are, from left, Otsego Town Supervisor Meg Kiernan, Town Board member Tom Hohensee and Ken Barwick, an Otsego 2000 board member.  (Jim Kevlin/AllOTSEGO.com)
CHECK BACK TOMORROW FOR TONIGHT’S DECISION
New Plan For Hickory Grove Packs Town Of Otsego Hearing

New Plan For Hickory Grove

Packs Town Of Otsego Hearing

Engineer Jon McManus, representing Blackbird Hollow LLC, outlines adjustments to plans for the former Hickory Grove Inn halfway up the west side of Otsego Lake before a packed Otsego Town Planning Board public hearing underway in the Fly Creek town hall at this hour.  Applicants were listed as Joe Galati & Susanne Adsit, McManus and Les Sittler.
Engineer Jon McManus, right, representing Blackbird Hollow LLC, outlines adjustments to plans for the former Hickory Grove Inn, halfway up the west side of Otsego Lake before a packed Otsego Town Planning Board public hearing underway in the Fly Creek town hall at this hour.  Developer Joe Galati is seeking adjustments in a plan for a hotel and restaurant at the former inn, which has been vacant for the past decade.  Presiding at the head table is John Phillips, town Planning Board chair.  (Jim Kevlin/AllOTSEGO.com)
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