Tuesday, September 18, 2012

NO AGENDA AGAIN !

   
GREECE TOWN BOARD FAILS
TO POST AGENDA FOR
TONIGHT'S MEETING
 
6PM @ Greece Town Hall
  

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

what you don'r know can hurt you wegman's expansion at Mt.Read on the docket

SCATS said...

To 5:06PM ~~ Expansion? Again? To where? Those houses just north of the store on Mt. Read?

Anonymous said...

looks like they want to bulid a liquor store where the houses were

SCATS said...

To 8:11PM ~~ Thank you. That makes sense & makes it convenient for the bus riders who can't buy their hooch at Walmart lol

Anonymous said...

Seems like there might be a little problem with a firewater store that near a school.

SCATS said...

To 12:13AM ~~ I rather doubt that would ever be an issue in Greece. When Tops Intnl was built, that plaza opened with a liquor store on the side facing Apollo. NBD.

Anonymous said...

There is already a liquor store in that plaza across from Wegman's (the one with the Blockbuster) and that practically borders on Longridge. I guess the town does not care.

Anonymous said...

Anybody attend this and know what happened?

Anonymous said...

The required distances that any establishment serving or selling alcohol are clearly defined in the town zoning ordanances. I believe it is 300 ft from the nearest school property line. You are right in one respect about the towns selective enforcement of this ordanance . It's a political issue. In other words, it depends on who you are when apply for building permit or special use permit. Aka Wegmans Tops, etc. Case in point.


Several years ago the owner of the owner of Faris pharmacy and owner of the plaza, applied for a permit to lease an empty building as a liquor store and was denied.The reason given was that because the owner owned a house on property adjoining the plaza on Island Cottage Rd across from Arcadia, that property combined with the plaza property fell well within the required distance from the school property.he was denied for two obvious reasons both political, First he was not Wegmans and a member of the wrong political party and was not a contributor to Auburger Inc.

A classic illustration of the way business has been done in Greece since the emergence of Emporer Auburtiesos of Greece.