Welding shop gets conditional approval for new facility

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  • Architect David Niemotko (Photo by Frances Ruth Harris)

  • Site plan for proposed new facility

GOSHEN — Hudson Valley Welding recently received conditional approval for a new facility on Musket Court in the Town of Goshen.

The new 8,200-square-foot facility — with updated parking and enhanced building access for machinery and equipment — will give owner Brent Sheldon increased capacities in the commercial welding and repair of damaged parts, including the fabrication of new parts for heavy equipment and machinery.

Architect David Niemotko (pictured) presented the site plan to the Town of Goshen Planning Board held earlier this month.

By Frances Ruth Harris

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