| || |
Red tape in Portland
May 16, 2013 - John D'Agostino
We already know that New York state makes it tough to do business due to its high-tax environment.
But local Planning Boards are no better and can often add to the sour taste for potential developers in our area. The town of Portland would be one such case.
Over the past 16 months, Jerry Speelberg has been attempting to get his cabin project for Woleben Road approved. After plenty of marching orders from the board, Speelberg has his permit but he is not happy about the process.
In my Publisher's notebook column on Friday, Speelberg's road blocks by the town are highlighted. Click on the link at right for the interview with Speelberg.
Post a Comment