‘Anonymous’ letter and ‘misinformation’ alarm Lumberland residents
Rajsz urged everyone to seek accurate information about the proposed zoning noting, for example, that “the town is not out to take anybody’s land from them.” She encouraged visiting the town hall in Glen Spey to view a hard copy or reading it on the town website at www.townoflumberland.org. Comments may still be submitted in writing until 3 p.m. on Friday, February 17. If substantial changes are in order, a third public hearing will be scheduled.
“The proposed zoning is proactive and fluid and can be amended at any time,” said Rasjz. “We’ve been taking our time with this, and won’t pass a law until all the comments are addressed. Meanwhile, our doors are open, so call or stop by.”