CRARYVILLE — The plan to build a gas station is moving ahead though some neighbors say the property’s special use permit has expired.
The gas station and convenience store, owned by GRJH, of Millerton, is slated for a 1.7-acre parcel, which was once the site of a supermarket. Plans include constructing a one-story, 3,240-square-foot building with six fuel dispensers at the intersection of Route 7 and Route 23.
For the past several months, the Copake Town Planning Board has sought public comment on the project. The project has met opposition from Save Craryville — a group of several dozen residents who rallied together to fight the proposal.