MOUNT PLEASANT, N.Y. – Mount Pleasant and Sleep Hollow officials are negotiating the terms of a proposed new reservoir in the Rockefeller State Park Preserve, according to a report in The Examiner News.
Mount Pleasant officials would like to obtain water from Sleepy Hollow if the village is allowed to construct the second reservoir, the report said.
Sleepy Hollow needs a special permit from Mount Pleasant in order to build the reservoir, the report said. A public hearing on Aug. 13 was unanimously closed by the Mount Pleasant Town Board after no residents spoke about the permit, according to The Examiner News.
The proposed new reservoir would be within the state park, off of Lake Road.
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