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GREENVILLE FIRE DISTRICT VOTES 5-0 TO DEMAND ZONING BOARD CONDUCT FULL ENVIRONMENTAL STUDY BEFORE GRANTING SHELBOURNE VARIANCES

The Greenville Fire District, which provides fire and emergency medical services to the Edgemont community, voted unanimously Wednesday night to request that the Town of Greenburgh’s zoning board of appeals conduct a full blown independent environmental impact analysis of the … Continue reading

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EDGEMONT RESIDENT LAUNCHES NEW WEBSITE TO MARSHAL OPPOSITION TO SHELBOURNE’S ASSISTED LIVING FACILITY

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https://www.greenburgh-zoning.org/#greenburgh-is-spot-zoningEdgemont resident Jeff Sherwin, who has been leading the Greenburgh-wide campaign against an assisted living facility proposed for the corner of Underhill and Sprain Roads in Edgemont, this week launched a new website to generate opposition to the proposal. Formation … Continue reading

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GREENBURGH FINDS NO SIGNIFICANT ADVERSE IMPACT IN LOCATING 94-BED ASSISTED LIVING FACILITY IN EDGEMONT A MILE FROM WHERE LEGALLY PERMITTED

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As predicted, the Greenburgh Town Board tonight issued a “negative declaration” finding that Shelbourne Formation’s proposed 80-unit, 94-bed assisted living facility in an Edgemont residential neighborhood at the corner of Underhill and Sprain Roads – which is more than a … Continue reading

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GREENBURGH SEES NO NEED TO STUDY COST AND QUALITY OF LIFE IMPACTS IN EDGEMONT OF NEW ASSISTED LIVING FACILITY

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As part of its continuing campaign to pave the way for construction of Shelbourne’s 80-unit, 94 bed assisted living facility in a residential neighborhood in Edgemont at the corner of Underhill and Sprain Roads – and specifically to goad the … Continue reading

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GREENBURGH ZONING BOARD REVERSES BUILDING INSPECTOR ON SHELBOURNE, WHILE TOWN BOARD TRIES BACK DOOR APPROACH

The Greenburgh Zoning Board of Appeals Thursday evening issued its long-awaited formal decision overturning the determination by the Town’s building inspector that no variances were required to construct an 80-bed assisted living facility on the site of the Sprainbrook Nursery … Continue reading