April 28, 2005

Another possible Village of Dryden annexation

It looks like there's another petition to annex property from the Town of Dryden to the Village of Dryden, this time along Route 392 at the eastern boundary of the Village. From the Ithaca Journal's legal notices:

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Village Board of the Village of Dryden and the Town Board of the Town of Dryden will hold a joint public hearing pursuant to General Municipal Law 705 on the petition of Paul E. Simonet for annexation to the Village of Dryden of Town of Dryden tax parcel no. 48.-1-64 containing approximately 3.94 acres. The parcel proposed to be annexed fronts on East Main Street (NYS Route 392) in the Town of Dryden. The joint public hearing on the petition shall be for the Village Board and Town Board to hear testimony and receive evidence and information which may be presented concerning the petition and the question of whether the annexation is in overall public interest including testimony, evidence and information with respect to objections to the legal sufficiency of such petition as set forth in General Municipal Law 705.

The joint public hearing, and whether the proposed annexation is in the overall public interest will be held Thursday, May 19, 2005, at 7:00 P.M., prevailing time, at the Village Hall, 16 South Street, Dryden, New York at which time and place all interested persons will be heard.

Any person with a disability who wishes to attend this public hearing should contact the Village Clerk's Office at 844-8122 at least three days prior to the meeting so that their particular needs can be accommodated.

As noted, this will be a joint public hearing, probably much like the one held in March for the Dryden Mutual Insurance annexation proposal.

Posted by simon at April 28, 2005 2:24 PM in ,
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