Still no vote on Plymouth junk law

PLYMOUTH – A crowd of 40-plus Plymouth residents needed extra chairs to sit in on the monthly town meeting Monday, many awaiting the fate of a local law that would regulate visible junk piles in the town.



They’ll have to wait another month.

The law already met with a 2-2 tie among board members in August. The fifth and deciding vote, Councilman Robert Baker, was absent.

According to town Supervisor Jerry Kreiner, the board, contrary to previous assertions, will have to hold another public hearing before they can vote again.


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