N.Y. Park Development Receives OK From Officials (1/30/2019)

Story by Woodall's Campground Management

The Catskill (N.Y.)  Town Planning Board approved the proposal for an RV park last week, pending review of final site plans and given that the campground owners follow conditions set by the board, according HudsonValley360.com.

Tiny Tines, a 60-unit RV park set to be built on Cairo Junction Road, is before the planning board for a special-use permit. A campground is considered a special use in a rural-residential zone. The property will be managed by Getaway, a company specializing in rural vacation rentals, which currently operates another campground, Little Antlers, on Castle Road in Catskill.

The board’s conditions are based in part off concerns raised by the public in hearings held Nov. 27 and Dec. 11.

The Tiny Tines team still needs approval from the state Department of Health and from the state Department of Environmental Conservation.

Once Tiny Tines has submitted their final site plans and gotten approval from the state agencies, the planning board can formally sign off on the project.

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