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Glenville official hopeful about Route 5 plans

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A one-man campaign to turn Glenville into a contractor-friendly town could help revive a failed business corridor along Route 5, but residents wonder if it will mean more noise and more eyesores along the rural highway. Jim Denney thinks it will mean neither. In fact, the former town councilman believes a 4.6-mile stretch of Route 5 could become a vibrant and beautiful commercial corridor if the town rezones it properly. And after several years of ...


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bath
July 24, 2013
6:50 a.m.

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I hope the town takes into account the aquifer when they make their decision.Alot of the land in question seems to be located over the water supply.

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