Legal Notices - 3-28-24

TOWN OF AMENIA PLANNING BOARD

NOTICE OF

PUBLIC HEARING

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that pursuant to NYS Town Law § 277 and Chapter 105 of the Town of Amenia Code, the Planning Board of the Town of Amenia will hold a public hearing on the application by Doug Broughton and Maria Quintero Herrera (the “Applicants”) for a lot line adjustment (the “Application”) between lands located at 300 Old Route 22 and 390 Old Route 22 in the Town of Amenia that are designated Parcel Grid Identification ## 7166-00-192244 and 7166-00-194282 (the “Project Site”). The Project Site is located in the Suburban Residential zoning district.

PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that the Planning Board will hold the public hearing on the Application on April 10, 2024, at 7:00 p.m. at Amenia Town Hall, 4988 Route 22, Amenia, New York 12501.

PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that a copy of the Application is on file in the Amenia Town Clerk’s Office for public viewing and inspection during normal business hours. The Application can also be viewed and downloaded from the Town’s official website at www.ameniany.gov.

PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that the Planning Board will hear all persons interested in the Application at the public hearing noticed herein. All persons may appear at the hearing in person or by agent and may also submit written comments to the Planning Board at or prior to such hearing by emailing comments to Planning Board Secretary Judy Westfall at jwestfall@ameniany.gov

Dated: March 15, 2024

Robert Boyles, Jr., Chairman

Town of Amenia

Planning Board

03-28-24


TOWN OF PINE PLAINS

DUTCHESS COUNTY, NEW YORK

NOTICE OF

PUBLIC HEARING

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a public hearing will be held by the Town of Pine Plains Planning Board on the 10th day of April 2024 at 7:30 pm at the Town Hall, 3284 Route 199, Pine Plains, New York, for the purpose of hearing all persons for or against the site plan application submitted by The American Legion for a parking lot at the property located at 9 North Main Street), Town of Pine Plains, Dutchess County, Tax Map ID #134200-6872-18-383225-0000.

Any resident of the Town of Pine Plains shall be entitled to be heard regarding said application. The application is available for review during regular business hours at the Pine Plains Town Hall.

By order of:

Town of Pine Plains Planning Board

03-28-24


LEGAL NOTICE

NOTICE TO BIDDERS

The Town of Amenia is now accepting bids for Lawn Mowing in the Amenia/Wassaic Area. Season is April 4, 2024 to November 2, 2024. All bids must be received by noon on Wednesday, April 4, 2024.

Specifications may be requested by emailing the Town Clerk at dmklingner@ameniany.gov or calling 845-373-8860 x125

Dawn Marie Klingner

Town Clerk

03-28-24


Legal Notice

Notice of Formation of Jennings Cabin LLC. Articles of Organization filed with Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 11/26/2023. Office location: Dutchess County. SSNY is designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to John Bolus, 112 E. Chestnut Hill Road, Litchfield, CT 06759. Registered Agent upon whom process against the LLC may be served: Anthony C. Palumbo, 365 Dover Furnace Rd., Dover Plains, NY 12522. Purpose: Any lawful act or activity.

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