The Boston Town Board Wednesday discussed proposed revisions in the zoning ordinance at a public hearing Wednesday.
The revised code would set specific steps contractors must follow in order to build. The ordinance will be voted on at the board's year-end meeting at 9 a.m. Dec. 31.
The board also rescinded its Nov. 26 decision not to plow county roads and accepted the county's offer of $1,300 per lane mile.
Supervisor Richard L. Kennedy voted against rescinding the motion to terminate the plowing contract, saying the state reimburses the county $2,300 a lane mile and the county is not paying the town enough to maintain the roads.
The board also set a public hearing for 8 p.m. Jan. 16 on Justin Sucato's plans to build four eight-unit apartments adjacent to 7350 Boston State Road.