Monthly Archives: August 2015

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LATEST DRAFT OF GREENBURGH COMPREHENSIVE PLAN DELETES PLANS FOR APARTMENTS AND ‘CHARRETTES’

The Town’s much-maligned Comprehensive Plan Steering Committee this week released a third draft of a proposed plan for the unincorporated areas of the Town which, in an apparent effort to quiet critics, this time eliminates all proposals in Edgemont and … Continue reading

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HARRY’S OF HARTSDALE CLOSES AFTER SIXTEEN YEARS

Harry’s of Hartsdale, a popular bar and restaurant on East Hartsdale Avenue, across the street from the Hartsdale Train Station, closed for good Saturday night and posted signs today on its doors and its website saying its owners had “retired.” … Continue reading

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FEINER’S 1100-WORD EMAIL PURPORTING TO ‘CLARIFY’ ACTIONS ON WESTHELP RAISES MORE QUESTIONS THAN IT ANSWERS

Town Supervisor Paul Feiner late Saturday night issued an unusual 1100-word press release purporting to “clarify” actions taken the previous day by the Town Board when, without prior public notice, it authorized Mr. Feiner to execute  a long-term management agreement … Continue reading

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GREENBURGH ABRUPTLY CHANGES WESTHELP DEAL BY AUTHORIZING FEINER TO SIGN UNDISCLOSED AGREEMENT WITH AFFORDABLE HOUSING DEVELOPER TO MANAGE PROPERTY FOR 15 YEARS

In a hastily arranged meeting at noon today, the Greenburgh town board authorized Town Supervisor Paul Feiner to enter into an undisclosed long-term agreement with a Peekskill affordable housing developer to convert WestHELP’s 108 efficiency apartments into 54 units of … Continue reading

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GREENBURGH TO ALLOW ADDITIONAL CAR DEALERS ON CENTRAL AVENUE

The Town Board is expected tonight to approve a change to the Town’s zoning code to allow for additional car dealerships to compete along Central Avenue in Edgemont — but the measure’s poor wording has the Edgemont Community Council concerned … Continue reading