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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 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…

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