It has come to our attention that the remaining undeveloped six acres of the old CYO camp has recieved a 50% tax break and was then immediatly taken of the market. This is of great concern to us for many reasons: First off, no other homeowner in the area has recieved any type of tax break especially not a 50% tax cut. Secondly, this property was originaly approved for 55 new homes, which would lead to more congestion and more traffic.
Let alone the fact that the property does not have any sewer system or infrastructure. Where will these homes dump their daily waste? ( one of the ideas that DEP was throwing around was ripping up all of 3rd avenue and placing a sewer line there)Where are the roads going to be? HAS THERE BEEN ANY IMPACT STUDY? IF SO WHERE IS IT? IF NOT THERE NEEDS TO BE ONE BEFORE ANY WORK CAN BEGIN.
THIS IS OUR NEIGHBORHOOD AND WE NEED TO HAVE A SAY IT WHAT GOES ON ESPECIALLY WHEN IT HAS A DIRECT IMPACT ON OUR QUALITY OF LIFE.