Although a plan for Blueberry Brook Farm Resort in the Town of Marshall was given approval by the town’s Codes Officer, a neighbor’s objection is holding it up.
Dan Williams, owner of the facility on VanHyning Road, wants to style the property along the lines of a country club.
For use would be trails for biking and hiking and a golf course.
Codes Officer Gary Schreppel said there was no need for any variances or Special Use Permits, said Williams’ lawyer, John Marzocchi, at last week’s Marshall Zoning Board of Appeals hearing.
“So there is nothing to appeal tonight,’’ Marzocchi said.
The ZBA hearing last week continued the one started in November.
ZBA Chairman Jamie McNair has scheduled the hearing to resume Feb. 7 at 6 p.m.
Williams said after he showed his plans to Schreppel about a year ago, the Codes Officer said he was good to go.
However, Williams has been unable to move forward after a neighbor, Deb Turner, objected to the plans. The ZBA has spent the past year trying to resolve the matter.
Williams said he was told he needed more than 75 acres for the country club.
He said he looked at ones in Oneida County, including Twin Ponds, and talked to owners.
“It’s going to be a place of sport,’’ he said.
Marzocchi remarked that since Williams ...