The Colarusso dock, where repairs were made without the required review and permitting from the City of Hudson Planning Board, and the Colarusso proposal for a new two-lane paved road through South Bay are still before the Planning Board. When last we reported on the situation, the City of Hudson was suing the Greenport Planning Board, the lead agency in the SEQRA process, for failing "to take a hard look at the potential significant adverse environmental impacts" of the proposed road and making a negative declaration, and A. Colarusso & Sons was counter-suing the City of Hudson. So today, an eagle-eyed reader found this notice in the Register-Star, from the Department of Environmental Conservation, regarding the proposed new road from the quarry to the dock.
There's a lot that's puzzling here, not the least of which is contained in the last two lines: "SEQR Lead Agency None Designated."
Update: But wait, there's more. Here's the remainder of the legal notice, which continued in a third column and was regrettably overlooked previously.
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Thanks to Virginia Martin for bringing this to our attention