The Beacon City Council on Dec. 18 adopted changes to the Fishkill Creek development zone that could limit residential building while encouraging commercial use in the corridor.
The major changes in the zone — which includes eight parcels, five of which have significant capacity — are:
How many Edgewaters can our school district handle? Have you heard of Rolling Hills? It's a proposed development of 440 apartments on 9D (Beacon School district) in Fishkill. Please attend Fishkill Town Board meeting; Wednesday, Dec. 20th 7:00pm at Fishkill Town Hall. Here is a link to the agendas
Follow Friends of Beacon Hills and Glenham's Facebook page to learn more about the ongoing developments that will effect Beacon.
A Little Beacon Blog has a guide to the new buildings and major construction in Beacon. Read More Here
Documents and video from Saturday, December 17th's Zoning Forum at Beahive can be found here : http://beahivebzzz.com/blog/2017/12/citizens-packed-hive-at-beacon-zoning-forum/
Ignoring public outcry, the proposed Edgewater development in Beacon will not have a significant adverse effect on the city’s school district, the Planning Board has decided.
Next up for the 307-unit project is the Zoning Board of Appeals, which must rule on three variances its developer has requested. The board will hold a public hearing on the requests — for the number of stories allowed per building, the number of units per building and the space between buildings — on Tuesday, Dec. 19. read more