Developer outlines plans for new Rome project

 Developer outlines plans for new Rome project

A site plan review and State Environmental Quality Review for a proposal by Buck Construction to build 65 residential units as part of a major subdivision off Charles Anken Boulevard were tabled by the city Planning Board during its regular monthly meeting Tuesday.

Steven Buck, president of Buck Construction, LLC of Whitesboro, gave an overview of his plans to build 64 single family residences and townhouses as part of the subdivision, which will also include a clubhouse with such amenities as a pool, basketball court and tennis courts for the community’s residents. The first phase of construction would include the 65 units total, with plans to later build an additional 25 units for a total of 90.

Planning Board Chairman Mark Esposito said next month the board will hold a public hearing on the project before it can approve any preliminaries, such as the site plan and SEQR review, citing some items on Buck’s application that the…

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