By Rebecca Martin
The Town of Ulster Town Board will meet on Thursday, November 20th at 7:00pm. Scheduled to occur that evening is the Town of Ulster Town Board to give final approval of itself as being “Lead Agency” in the proposed Niagara Bottling Company SEQR process.
The public is invited. Public comment on any matters will be made available following “Old Business” at the end of the evening. We expect that to occur between 8:00pm – 8:30pm, though it may be later. Please see Supervisor James Quigleys’ note below.
We ask that all residents prepare a statement in advance to be no more than 3 minutes in length. Please show respect to municipalities that you are visiting.
Here are several posts to research that will help you to create your 3 minute speech so to hit key points that evening.
Insightful letter to the DEC from Town of Woodstock Supervisor Jeremy Wilber.
Their meetings are always audio taped by the Town and we will be on hand to to film the event thanks to Clark Richters of Kingston News.
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TOWN OF ULSTER
Town of Ulster Town Board
1 Town Hall Road
Lake Katrine, NY
Thursday, November 20th, 2014
Town of Ulster Town Hall
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As per Supervisor James Quigley regarding this month’s meeting:
“A DRAFT AGENDA will be posted Tuesday morning (we have linked it above) and is subject to change. There are no items currently listed on the Agenda related to Niagara Bottling. I am awaiting the Resolutions from Counsel prior to place the item on the Agenda. A Revised Agenda will be posted as soon as possible. There are two opportunities for the Public to speak during the meeting. In the beginning Statements may be made on Agenda Items. At the end of the meeting is Public Comment for any and all topics. Remember these are times for the Public to make statements to the Board not enter into a debate with the Town Board. Anyone who wishes will be able to address the Board during these periods. Comments are limited to three minutes per speaker and there is no yielding time to other speakers.”