Town of Clay recognizes importance of water resources with LWRP

Posted on August 8, 2022

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Clay, NY waterfront

The Town of Clay recently received a grant from the New York State Department of State to prepare a plan to advance redevelopment of historic Three Rivers Point. The purpose of the project is to develop a plan for the Point that will be a catalyst for redevelopment of adjacent underutilized, vacant, abandoned or contaminated properties. Local, regional and state partners will be involved throughout the project to help promote redevelopment of strategic sites. The comprehensive redevelopment plan developed under this project will be based on a community vision and balance environmental, economic and community needs. It will also evaluate land use, zoning, property ownership, utilities, transportation issues and environmental constraints that may be impediments to redevelopment.

The project will build upon the Town of Clay Local Waterfront Revitalization Plan completed in 2008 and the recently completed Northern Land Use Study completed in 2011.

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