N.Y. Campground Opposed Due To Floods
A property owner’s proposal to create a small campground is facing opposition from neighbors warning of a risk from routine flooding along the Neversink River, the Times Herald-Record of New York’s Hudson Valley reported.
Paul Teneyck is asking the Town of Neversink’s planning board for a special use permit to open four campsites on his Claryville property, which sits along a stretch of Hunter Road prone to serious flooding from the river.
While Teneyck insists the part of his property where the campsites would sit is safe from flooding, neighboring owners cite potential flooding as the major reason for their opposition.
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