top of page

Marshall Grant Needs People To Apply For It

The March 12 meeting of the Marshall Town Board opened with a resolution to appoint William P. Schmitt, Esq. of Utica as the Town of Marshall Attorney.

Schmitt will be at all the Town meetings, he said, and if he can’t make it he will send his associate Tod Lascurettes. The resolution was passed unanimously.

The meeting was run by Supervisor Colleen Baldwin.

Next was a request from Eric Schachtler, who owns and operates Schachtler Stone Products on Shanley Road. He said he wishes to change the present zoning to “natural products.”

To do this the Planning Board needs to review it and pass their recommendations to the Town Board which will vote on the matter.

Samantha Marrone resigned from the Planning Board, leaving Dante Ruia and Justin Gorton to co-chair the committee. They are in need of at least two members.

Members of the ZBA mentioned the proposed moratorium on solar construction. Schmitt reminded the Board that a public hearing was needed on the matter.

The date for the hearing was set for April 9 at 6:30 p.m.

The Codes Enforcement Officer, who was not there, submitted his report.

In it, he listed a permit he has issued to 7308 California Hill Road, a meeting with the Oneida County Soil and Water Conservation District, and a stop work order at 6775 West Hill Road.

Dan Yoxall, Water Board Chairman, said they had treated 364,000 gallons of water in February. Their Emergency Plan is being completed.

Yoxall added that he is in the process of writing a grant application to buy a generator on West Hill Road.

A representative from NYSEG has conducted a site visit. ...


The full story is in this week's edition of the newspaper. 

bottom of page