Delaware Engineering worked with The Town of Hunter, the Villages of Hunter and Tannersville, and Greene County, to prepare the Hunter Corridor Regional Planning Study – a comprehensive land use and development analysis for the State Route 23A region.
The Study assessed the potential impacts from future development on the Hunter Communities’ environmental, community and infrastructure resources. Throughout the process, stakeholders engaged in inter-municipal discussions to characterize and focus the nature of development and growth. The Study also analyzed the environmental conditions and infrastructure that would constrain or support desired land uses, and the federal, state, regional and local regulations that shape land use. The Study concluded by offering planning tools and recommendations to the Hunter Communities to bring the shared vision to fruition, while protecting and conserving the intrinsic resources that give the Hunter Communities their sense of place.
Funding for the Study was provided by the Catskill Watershed Corporation’s Local Technical Assistance Program Schoharie Watershed Impact Studies Grant.