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City Considers Combining Districts to Protect Wetlands


Hudson River Shoreline (photo: Gary Axelbank)

The City Planning Commission is considering combining some districts, which were designed to protect environmentally important areas, in order to create much clearer development standards.

This will make small development projects much easier to get permits for and help eliminate red tape for certain projects according to AM New York.

This could affect areas in the northwest Bronx, but with implications for homeowners and their ability to develop their properties, local Councilman Andrew Cohen expressed a desire for clarity in defining the guildelines and the districts.  The city also says it needs to study envirnomental impacts more closely before this is a done deal.

Read the full November 29, 2018 story by Sarina Trangle in AM NEW YORK…


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