The Orangetown Town Board will continue the public hearing on The Pointe at Lake Tappan project at the beginning of its workshop meeting 8 p.m. Tuesday.
The hearing began at the last regular town board meeting June 26, with Pearl River Veterans LLC, represented by Donald Brenner, requesting changes to the approved plan for the site. The proposed changes include a shift from 120 units to 160. The site was approved for senior housing in 2007, but now the developer wants to switch from selling to renting units.
The agenda also includes four topics for discussions:
- Bond resolution to upgrade Nyack Ambulance facilities
- 2012 spending and revenues to date
- Town calendar and vacation scheduling
- Rockland Psychiatric Center Redevelopment
The board will also consider items set to come to a vote July 24. This includes a resolution that the town would charge Rockland County for the maintenance of streetlights and fire hydrants on county roads. The town has been paying those costs, but the resolution claims that they are the legal responsibility of the county.
The full agenda for Tuesday's workshop is attached to this report.
There will be a Police Commission meeting before the workshop, starting at 7 p.m.