Greene sets master plan in stone

GREENE – After decades of compiling the details, a comprehensive plan for the town of Greene was delivered to the town board Tuesday night and unanimously accepted.



Town Supervisor Jack T. Cook credited his town and planning board members this morning for delivering a “just a real good plan” that “everyone accepted 100 percent.” The last master plan for the town was written in 1972.

Chenango County Planning Board and Greene Planning Board member Joe Woerter credited Cook “for pushing it through” at a meeting of the county board yesterday morning. He said after two years of hard work by the town planning board, Cook and other councilpersons put their weight behind the working document with $6,000 in support to hire a consultant to complete it.


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