Simpson named to ZBA; Pittsford Day set for Sept. 4


PITTSFORD –– The Pittsford Selectboard unanimously passed all items of business at their regular meeting last Wednesday.

The half-hour meeting saw the appointment of Charles Simpson to the Zoning Board of Adjustment, the approval of a right-of-way access permit and the approval of several corrections to assessor’s errors and omissions.

Simpson, who ran a construction company for over 30 yeas and did facilities work after that, was appointed to the ZBA. Town Manager John Haverstock said the position has been unfilled for a couple of months.

In other business, an update on Pittsford Day planning was also given. Haverstock said that event planners have arranged for several food trucks, a silent auction, a car show, kids games, and several musical acts for the occasion that will be held on Saturday, Sept. 4.

He said that there will be a final organizational planning meeting in August.

The Selectboard entered executive session to discuss three legal matters, Haverstock said in an email. The legal matters concern Act 250 – Vermont’s land use and development law – the police department and the highway department. Haverstock said afterwards that no action was taken on any of the items.

A right-of-way access permit was also issued to Jim and Patty Morale for the construction of a driveway at 36 Mountain View Drive.

The permit had already been approved by Highway Department Foreman Chad Eugair. The driveway will keep water runoff from affecting the roadway, he said.

The assessor’s errors and omissions are of two varieties, Haverstock explained at the meeting.

Two of the corrections were for the combining of parcels of land and the others were changes of last names. All were routine corrections and were resolved.

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