Our website will be constantly updated with the latest information regarding the zoning change.
IMPORTANT NOTICE–DECEMBER 7, 2014
- If you missed the public hearing for Lighthouse Pointe at Town Hall on Monday December 1, the hearing has been left open and will likely be closed at the Town Board meeting on Monday, December 15, 2014 at 8pm. If you were unable to attend the meeting on December 1st, you will have the opportunity to voice your concerns on 12/15, and again, we encourage everyone to attend and to voice your concerns on having a Commercial Rental development of 246 units in a residential R2 zoned property.
- We are against the proposed plan to rent these units on a plot of land that is zoned R2 for individual residential ownership, not rental units. This proposed development is in direct violation of the Town’s Master Plan. If you are opposed to the proposed use of this land, let us know by leaving a comment and by attending the Town Board meetings (dates and times will be posted on this site).
- We would like to thank everyone who has made contributions to our legal support in our efforts to prevent this rental project being built by LHP. We will be accepting further contributions at our scheduled meetings.
The Public Hearing for this proposed development continues on Monday, December 15, 2014 at 8pm at the Grand Island Town Hall. Even if you attend the previous town board meeting, we need you to attend on December 15th to let the Town Board hear us loud and clear….. we do not want this complex in this location.
- NOTE: If the town board does not vote on this issue by January 31, 2015, by law, it will automatically pass and the project will move forward. It is important we hold our elected town officials accountable for their actions, or their lack of action!
Continue to check our website often for notification of future dates for the public hearing on this project.
Please be sure to have every member of your household sign our petition to stop rezoning
Below are photos of a couple Light House Pointe Developments in WNY