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Legal NoticeNOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING Notice is hereby

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Legal NoticeNOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING Notice is hereby given that the Planning Commission of the City of Troy, New York, will conduct a public meeting at 6:00 P.M. on Wednesday, February 15th, 2023, to act upon the following requests for review and approval referred by the Bureau of Code Enforcement. The City of Troy Planning Commission will be conducting in-person meetings, however members of the public may attend and participate virtually. Members of the public are encouraged to submit comments prior to the meeting via email or in-person during the public comment period. All written public comment should be directed to at least six (6) hours prior to the meeting. No other email address is monitored for public comment. Administrative Items Adoption of Meeting Minutes from January 18th, 2023, by Resolution Consent PLPC 2023 0005 – City Council by Resolution 2023-13 â?? Hill Street, discontinuance of one-half block of Hill Street from Liberty Street north to Fourth Street, for the expansion of Liberty Square and the creation of a Mobility Hub. PLPC 2023 0006 – City Council by Resolution 2023-12 – Canal Street, discontinuance of one-half block of Canal Street from Franklin Street east to Third Street, for the expansion of Canal Park north to the Poestenkill Old Business PLPC 2018 0003 â??141 Congress St. (101.61-3-2) [MULTI] Site Plan Approval Extension, SEQR (Type II) City Station North, LLC is proposing to construct ±90,000 sq. ft. of residential, ±50,000 sq.ft. of commercial, and ±160 parking spaces in a MULTI Zone. The applicant is seeking a 6-month extension. New Business PLPC 2023 0004 â?? 504 Broadway Ave. (101.53-6-2.2) [B-4 Central Commercial] Site Plan Review, SEQR (Type I) The applicant, Phinney Design Group, is proposing to convert an existing 2-story building built in 1970 into a 3- story, mixed use, self-sustaining building with professional workspaces on upper 2 floors and a restaurant on the ground floor. Additionally, the applicant proposes to replace sidewalks and install planters/enhance green footprint.Written by Eric Ferraro, On Behalf of the Executive SecretaryAdditional information regarding the above listed actions is available by contacting required by the Americans with Disabilities Act, auxiliary aids and services are available upon request. Please give one-week advance notice for services needed2/10#NY0072246



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