The purpose of the moratorium is to review and if needed, propose revisions to the Town's Subdivision and Site Plan Review laws to help encourage energy efficiency, reduction in greenhouse gasses, water conservation, and development of on-site renewable energy in larger-scale development projects.
The Town Board has scheduled an Information Session on the proposed moratorium for Monday March 6th at 7:30 pm at the Caroline Town Hall. There will be a presentation explaining the law, an opportunity for Questions/Answers and also an opportunity to express comments.
At any time you can also send your questions or comments to the Town Clerk email@example.com and she will send them to the Town Board.
Following the public information session, the Board will determine if major or minor revisions are needed to the proposed moratorium. If major revisions are needed, we'll re-write it, and hold another public information session to get additional feedback. If minor revisions, we'll tweak it and then hold a Public Hearing (a legally required, more formal proceeding, where people give comments but there is no discussion). After the public hearing, the Board will vote whether to enact the Moratorium or not. Throughout the process, we will keep you posted about upcoming meetings and the status of the proposed moratorium.
- Proposed (draft) Moratorium on Larger Scale Development
- Subdivision Local Law
- Site Plan Review Local Law
In addition, printed copies of the proposed moratorium and related local laws are available in the bright green Town Notebooks located in Brookton's Market, Dandy Mini Mart, Speedsville Store and Caroline's Library (in the Town Hall office building) Copies are also available from the Town Clerk.