The agency proposing a 29-unit apartment complex on Cooper Street for the homeless and people dealing with mental illness will appear before the Zoning Board of Appeals on May 21 at 6:30 p.m. to seek variances.

The agency wants to move the building closer to Cooper Street and away from the back of the residences on Leonard Street.

The Warren-Washington Association for Mental Health is put a new building on a vacant lot at 47-50 Cooper St., which was formerly home to Mullen Iron Works.

The facility is seeking a variance to 30 feet from the 50-foot front yard setback.

The project is headed back to the Planning Board on June 4 for site plan approval.

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Michael Goot covers politics, business, the city of Glens Falls and the town and village of Lake George. Reach him at 518-742-3320 or mgoot@poststar.com and follow his blog at http://poststar.com/blogs/michael_goot/.


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