Laws

Tyre Zoning Law with Bulk Tables & Map

The intent of this local law is to require appropriate and orderly physical development; to promote public health, safety, convenience, and general welfare; to classify, designate and regulate the location and use of buildings, structures and land for agriculture, mixed-use, residential, commercial, industrial and other uses inappropriate places.

Local Law No. 5 of 2015

A local law “to amend the Town of Tyre Zoning Law in relation to amending Article II, Section 2.202 and Article XI, Section 11.1102, and enacting a new Article II, Section 2.202.2, Planned Unit Development District.”

Resolution adopted October 1, 2015

Resolution of the Town Board for the Town of Tyre making a determination of significance under the state environmental quality review act relating to (a) the application of Lago Resort & Casino, LLC to create a planned unit development district for the Lago Resort and Casino project (“project”), (b) the proposed development plan for the project, (c) proposed local law no. 5 of 2015 to amend the Town of Tyre zoning law, (d) the proposed site plan for project, and (e) a proposed community mitigation plan submitted by Lago Resort &Casino, LLC concerning the project.

Resolution adopted September 17, 2015

Resolution of the Town Board for the Town of Tyre to (1) reschedule public hearings on the planned unit development district application and development plan for the proposed Lago Resort and Casino and on proposed Local Law No. 5 of 2015, (2) reschedule the time of the October 1, 2015 special meeting of the Town Board, and (3) reschedule the time of the October 8, 2015 special meeting of the Town Board.

Resolution adopted September 9, 2015

Resolution of the Town Board for the Town of Tyre to (1) schedule public hearings on the planned unit development district application and development plan for the proposed Lago Resort and Casino and on proposed local law no. 5 of 2015, (2) reschedule the time of the October 1, 2015, special meeting of the Town Board, and (3) schedule a special meeting for October 8, 2015.