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Golub revises plan to relocate road

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Golub Corp. officials are hoping a slate of proposals will help allay residential discontent over their project to relocate a 900-foot stretch of Dunnsville Road. Representatives from Price Chopper’s parent company included several new measures to lessen the potential impact of relocating the street to an area about 200 feet away from the edge of a 32-house development along Dolan Drive. The changes to the project were included in Golub’s final environmental impact statement, which ...


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magical
November 11, 2009
11:24 a.m.

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Mr. Golub himself has never been present to any of the public hearings to hear the complaints from the residents who live in the proposed building site--Golub Corporaton is big enough--i know their is no limiting businees developement because of the freedoms that all Americans have to develope their ideas but enough is enough--the town refused Wallmart a building permit to develope the old Rotterdam Republican Club area but now it seems that the town will now let Golub Corporation the right to rezone a residential area and develope the largest warehouseing facility in the area--WE the residents of this area do not want this to take place--it will definetly destroy the country feel of this beautiful town WE call home keep the industrial part of Rotterdam in that area that has been in use since and before WW2--not destroy more trees and wildlife habitate for furthur industrial deveopement--if Mr. Golub lived in this area which we have for over twenty years he would not like it either--nobody told Golub to buy nioce houses and tear them down just to think that they could build new wharehouse space--now it has been disscussed that Golub Corporation is in accqusition phase to accquire the properties accross the rosd from the proposed building site so there will not be any oppostion to his growth--in that case buy everyone of the homes in this area rename the area Golub Parkway and do what you wnat--then there would not be any opposition but that will never happen--Rotterdam Planning Commission wake up dont let this happen now or in the future--stop complaning about billboards distracting from the beauty of this town and stop the insanity--

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