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North Haven Wants Third Survey Before Vote on Baum Dock Bid

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North Haven Trustee Chris Fiore shows a rendering of Larry Baum’s proposed dock during the Village Board’s July 7 Zoom session and the dock's apparent position in relation to neighbor Susan Dusenberry’s house in background. He said the dock “pretty much destroys” Ms. Dusenberry’s “quiet enjoyment” of her property.

North Haven Trustee Chris Fiore shows a rendering of Larry Baum’s proposed dock during the Village Board’s July 7 Zoom session and the dock's apparent position in relation to neighbor Susan Dusenberry’s house in background. He said the dock “pretty much destroys” Ms. Dusenberry’s “quiet enjoyment” of her property.

A screenshot of a rendering of the Old Noyac Schoolhouse on the property that currently houses North Haven Village Hall on Ferry Road.

A screenshot of a rendering of the Old Noyac Schoolhouse on the property that currently houses North Haven Village Hall on Ferry Road.

Peter Boody on Jul 14, 2020
North Haven Mayor Jeff Sander last week called for the village to hire a surveyor to conduct its own independent hydrological survey of the bay bottom where resident Larry Baum... more

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