Monthly Archives: June 2016

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SHELBOURNE FILES LAWSUIT AGAINST GREENBURGH ZONING BOARD, ECC AND RESIDENTS

The company that has been trying for the past two years with the help of Greenburgh officials to build an 80-unit 94-bed assisted living facility at the corner of Underhill and Sprain Roads in Edgemont – which is more than … Continue reading

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GREENBURGH PROPOSED “COMPREHENSIVE PLAN” GETS THUMBS DOWN FROM RESIDENTS AT FIRST TOWN BOARD PUBLIC HEARING

After more than eight years of study, the Town’s proposed comprehensive plan for land use in unincorporated Greenburgh over the next 20 years got a thumbs down from residents who spoke last night at the Town Board’s first public hearing … Continue reading

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STATE LEGISLATURE SENDS GREENBURGH 3-YEAR TAX PHASE-IN TO GOVERNOR WHILE QUESTIONS REMAIN AS TO HOW MUCH IT WILL COST

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In the closing hours of its 2016 session, both houses of the state legislature this week approved legislation that would give the Town of Greenburgh the authority to protect taxpayers whose assessments increased by phasing in such increases over a … Continue reading

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EDGEMONT TO HONOR RETIRING SEELY PRINCIPAL ED KENNEDY

Dr. Ed Kennedy, the much beloved principal of Seely Place School, who is retiring this month after more than 30 years with the district, will be honored with a community-wide “celebration” entitled “The Kennedy Way” on Tuesday, June 14, at … Continue reading

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ECC STATEMENT ON INCORPORATION OF EDGEMONT AS A VILLAGE

Four and a half years ago, after nearly a year of looking into the matter and after several months of speaking with residents throughout Edgemont, a four-member subcommittee of the Edgemont Community Council issued a detailed written report recommending that … Continue reading