MONTGOMERY – Bluewater Industrial Partners’ controversial warehouse will be the subject of a special town Planning Board meeting Tuesday night.

The board will meet at 7:30 p.m. at Town Hall to consider adopting the findings statement on the project’s environmental impact study.

The board’s findings will reflect their assessment of how thoroughly the developers have been in their attempt to mitigate the project’s anticipated negative effects on the environment.

Known by the nickname Project Sailfish and widely believed to be for Amazon – though the developers have not confirmed their tenant – the 1.01 million square-foot warehouse would be built on 190 acres off routes 17K and 747.

Residents and environmental activists have expressed concern about several aspects of the project, including a plan to build a sewage treatment plant for the warehouse that would discharge its effluent into Tin Brook, an intermittent stream that flows into the Wallkill River.

They were also worried that plans for controlling storm water runoff were inadequate to prevent salt, heavy metals and other contaminants from getting into the brook and river.