Ahmed Helmi, Terramor’s director of real estate, briefs Woodstock and Saugerties on the glamping resort his company is planning on Route 212. (Photo by Susan Farkas)

The Woodstock, N.Y., town board members are contemplating whether to request “interested party” status in the Terramor Catskills/KOA application in Saugerties for a 75-site glamping park along the town line of Woodstock, according to the Daily Freeman.

Councilman Bennett Ratcliff said during a meeting last week that the project would impact wetlands that cover both sides of the municipal line.

“The town should join the (state environmental quality review) process as the Woodstock Environmental Commission has recommended,” he said. “The town of Woodstock will have wetlands that will be destroyed.”

The project is proposed to cover 77.15 acres off state Route 212. Among the features of the project would be a 4,0000-square-foot restaurant and events center, a 28-person staff dormitory, an Olympic-sized swimming pool, a community fire pit, a wellness center, a maintenance building and a dog park.

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