To help ease the pain of post-Sandy recovery, the Village of Nyack has suspended all permitting fees for work related to damages caused by the superstorm that struck Southeast New York and New Jersey on Oct 29. Nyack’s residents and businesses were severely impacted by flooding, wind-blown debris, downed trees and loss of electricity in addition to lost business for merchants and lost wages for residents.
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Nyack’s new part-time planner brings major league urban planning experience to the village. Bob Galvin, AICP will be working one day a week at Village Hall on projects including economic development activities, grant writing and marketing communications.
Although Rockland County may not be aware of James Garvey’s dispute with his Orangetown neighbors, the artist/blacksmith’s land use case is getting the attention of lawyers as far away as North Carolina.
By Bill Hodgson I congratulate Nyack News and Views for drawing attention to the proposed revision of the Zoning Code. However, the August 5 article (Zoning – Guiding Nyack’s Future) is not correct in making a general statement that the Code Revision Committee was split about 50/50 on the three[...]
The Romp Store, the controversial storefront which replaced the old Ben Franklin Bookshop, got it’s day in architectural court Wednesday night. The Nyack ARB (Architectural Review Board) was asked to review owner Carol McIlmurray’s request to change the storefront facade. Ms McIlmurray and some associates have painted and repainted the[...]
Modular housing has come a long way, and Nyack has seen several go up in the last couple of years. Today a house was put into place, as you might have noticed one of its five sections being trucked through our streets (hard to miss). Helen Ingalls, the proud owner[...]