The July 10 Ramapo Zoning Board of Appeals meeting will have something for just about everyone interested in development issues in the county’s most populous town.
Developers of the proposed Ramapo Hills subdivision of 263 condominiums will be taking a second crack at getting variances for their project off Route 17, just south of Sloatsburg.
Variances from town codes will be sought for Yeshivas Bais Yehudi for a two-family house on North Saddle River Road, while Congregation Bais Yehuda seeks zoning accommodations for an existing school at 72 Main St. in Monsey. It was “unclear” to the county Department of Planning how the school was operating without a special permit.
The agenda also includes three-lot and four-lot subdivisions off Old Nyack Turnpike, the conversion of a single-family house to a three-family building with two accessory apartments on Cedar Lane, and the construction of another three-family house with accessory apartments on Ellish Parkway.
The meeting begins at 8:15 p.m. in Town Hall, 237 Route 59, Airmont.
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