- December 19, 2021
- Posted by: Stratford Team
- Category: Business
TOWN OF ULSTER, N.Y. — Mohammad Waheed says he will improve the site plan for his proposed used vehicle sales and storage lot at 454 Hurley Ave. in response to complaints voiced by neighbors.
The plan for Waheed’s business, Moe’s Motor Cars, was the subject of an Ulster Town Board public hearing on Thursday. Waheed did not attend, but he said on Friday that he listened to the audio recording of it and understands the desire for his plan to be “more laid out like a professional guy would do.”
Waheed wants to create the business on a 44,500-square-foot lot where the Empire Mart and Deli stood until it was destroyed by a fire in February 2013. The site is next to the former John A. Coleman Catholic High School.
Waheed said the property would be used for the storage of vehicles intended to be sold, and the customers would be allowed onto the site by appointment.
He also said complaints aired during the public hearing should not sway the Town…