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BUSINESSPEOPLE SUING TO BLOCK LOFTS ON DEITZ

CLICK HERE FOR LOFTS ON DIETZ BRIEF BUSINESSPEOPLE SUING TO BLOCK LOFTS ON DIETZ Zamelis Represents Accountant, Dental Practice, Funeral Parlor By JIM KEVLIN • Special to www.AllOTSEGO.com COOPERSTOWN  — A few minutes ago, a lawsuit was filed in Otsego County Supreme Court to block the 65-unit Lofts on Dietz development in the City of Oneonta. Atty. Douglas Zamelis, Springfield Center, filed the suit on behalf five proprietors of businesses near the Dietz Street parking lot objecting to parking spaces…

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ZBA Pledging Action On ‘Hotel’ In 62 Days

RICHFIELD SPRINGS HEARING OVER ZBA Pledging Action On ‘Hotel’ In 62 Days By JIM KEVLIN • Special to www.AllOTSEGO.com RICHFIELD SPRINGS – After only three people testified this evening, the chairman of the village Zoning Board of Appeals declared the hearing closed on a homeless lodging proposed for the former Mielnicki’s Restaurant on Lake Street. Bob Hazleton promised a decision on the 14-room proposal within 62 days, the statutory requirement. But one of the three testifying was attorney Doug Zamelis of…

Doug Zamelis In NYC: No Trash Upstate

Doug Zamelis Testifies In NYC: Don’t Send Trash Upstate Attorney Doug Zamelis of Springfield Center is representing Waterloo Container Co. and Concerned Citizens of Seneca County in efforts to block New York City from transporting solid waste to Progressive Waste Solutions’ Seneca Meadows Landfill. According to the Lansing Star newspaper, Zamelis, who has represented anti-windmill efforts in northern Otsego County, testified against the project Oct. 15 at a Department of Sanitation hearing in New York City. “We testified today to put…

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