Whitestone resident Robert LoScalzo believes that despite the correction made in the September fact sheet, it’s impossible for the DEC to allow single-family homes on a Track 4 site, per the Department of State’s regulations. In a letter to the DEC, he cites one regulation that “the restricted residential use” denoted by Track 4 “shall at a minimum, include restrictions which prohibit…single family housing.”
The DEC said that the certificate of completion for the remediation should be issued this year. Additionally, the agency is “establishing an escrow agreement with the developer to fund site management activities at this site for a period of 10 years in the amount of $272,000.” In the meantime, Sweeney said that the board has reached out to Councilman Paul Vallone (D-Bayside) seeking the only thing that will guarantee single-family homes at Waterpointe: a rezoning.
Saturday, December 2, 2017
Waterpointe doesn't allow single-family homes
Posted by Queens Crapper at 12:18 AM
Labels: contamination, DEC, Paul Vallone, rezoning, robert loscalzo, waterpointe, Whitestone
.these rapacious developer scum bags have got to be put on a leash!
Paulie V has 4 more years to screw us !
Beware of any development with "pointe" in its name. Look closely at the design-- they end up as crappy 5 or 6 story wood frame apartment buildings. Fire traps.
Hope the Fort Totten fireworks shows were worth it? Everyone voted for the wrong Paul last month. Reap what you sow.
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