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PoughkeepsieJournal.com - Schools fee sought in Hyde Park
"All of [the schools] are over capacity," David Burpee, district director of special projects, said of the seven public school buildings.
recently appeared before the Hyde Park town board requesting impact fees be levied on developers of new housing projects.
To support his
cited a clause from the state Environmental Quality Review Act that calls for "fair and equitable mitigation."
"I have a right to come forward to say, 'This is a mitigating factor,' " Burpee
State law citedTown Attorney Scott Volkman notified Burpee the state does not allow such fees.
"I tip my hat to Mr. Burpee
for getting [the impact fee proposal] on the table," Eagan said.
...David Burpee, director of special projects for the Hyde Park School District, has asked the town to levy impact fees on developers of subdivision.
The fees per lot would vary under his
HPCSD Press Releases
June 24, 2004 - David Burpee to step down as Superintendent of Schools
Williamsville Central School District ~ Superintendent Search
The finalists are Dr. Howard Smith of East Aurora and Mr. David Burpee of Hyde Park, NY.
...Burpee has been the superintendent of Hyde Park Central School District in the Mid-Hudson River Valley region of New York State since July 2000.
Hyde Park has about 4,700 students.Prior to Hyde Park, Burpee served as assistant superintendent for human resources for seven years at Shenendehowa Central School District, a large suburban district of approximately 10,000 students located near Albany.He was the director of human resources for the Rockland County Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) in West Nyack, NY for four years and has served as superintendent for the small rural districts of Hancock Central along the New York-Pennsylvania border and Oriskany Falls, a single-building school district in Upstate New York.
Perhaps the most significant concern was raised by Hyde Park Superintendent of Schools David Burpee, who questioned the potential impact on the school system."Our concern is right now ... we don't have an area where we can take (additional students) in and absorb them," Burpee said.
Hyde Park Townsman
David Burpee, superintendent for the Hyde Park Central Schools for five years, resigned from his position in July.He remains on the payroll as a consultant for the district.