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Zoning Board Unanimously Postpones Decision on American Water’s New Water Tower Application There was a large turn-out of local residents and civic leaders at the Town of Oyster Bay Zoning Board meeting last night to oppose the American Water Co.’s (AWC) application for a new $5 million water tower. The meeting went late into the night and ended with a successful first step in what is anticipated to be a long deliberation with AWC. The Zoning Board was sympathetic and supportive of the many comments shared by community members in protest of the new water tower. The Zoning Board unanimously approved a resolution instructing AWC officials to meet with the community regarding the water tower and that any further review of their application is postponed until this occurs. Many thanks to those of you that turned-out last night, your presence sent a clear message to the Zoning Board and was critical to achieving this positive first step in our opposition to AWC. A very special thanks to the LoMastros for bringing this matter to the greater community’s attention and to George Pombar for leading the coordination of our local civic associations in last night’s campaign. We will update you on any new information as it develops. For questions about the Promenade Civic, please email: promenadecivic@gmail.com unsubscribe from this list


PCA Update - Zoning Board Decision - AWC Water Tower