The Public Works Committee of the Seneca County Board of Supervisors met to discuss selling Keady-Parmenter Limited Liability Corporation 58 acres of land for a vacation rental project in Lodi.
The project would put short-term vacation rentals on about 25 acres of land.
The land was acquired by the county for back taxes.
The preferred bidder has to agree to deed restrictions that include development restrictions for 25 acres of property, limit access entry points to Keady and Parmenter roads, the subdivision must have a 5 acre parcel requirement, limited year-round or permanent residential development, strict adherence to septic system requirements, and an allowance for the sale of a portion of property to an adjoining land owner that will assist in stable and regular boundaries.
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