Category Archives: Safety

Fort Hill/Ardsley Rd Intersection Meeting

There is a follow-up meeting on the proposed changes to the Fort Hill/Ardsley Rd Intersection on Tuesday March 17th at 8PM in the EHS Cafeteria. The potential changes include adding a crosswalk and replacing the 4 way stop with a traffic signal. Greenburgh Town officials and the traffic consultants will be on hand to discuss. You can find the latest details on the proposed modifications here:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/nhk49bubporrx2f/Neighborhood%20Traffic%20Meeting%20Follow-up%20Response%20Memorandum.pdf?dl=0

And the original traffic study performed by the consultants is available here:
https://greenburghny.com/DocumentCenter/View/5503/Traffic-Analysis-Report-Ardsley-Rd-and-Ft-Hill

This is an important issue for residents in all parts of Edgemont, so please come out and share your opinion.

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ALL EDGEMONT “EROTIC” MASSAGE PARLORS CLOSED AGAIN AFTER POLICE RAID FRIDAY NIGHT RESULTS IN FIVE ARRESTS

The four “erotic” massage parlors in Edgemont that Greenburgh had allowed to reopen last month were all ordered closed again tonight after a police raid Friday led to five arrests, including one for prostitution. The closing of these businesses tonight … Continue reading

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GREENBURGH ALLOWS ALL “EROTIC” MASSAGE PARLORS IN EDGEMONT TO REOPEN

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All “erotic” massage parlors in Edgemont that the Town had ordered closed under its new law requiring all massage establishments in unincorporated Greenburgh to be licensed by the Town, have now been allowed to reopen, according to decisions apparently made … 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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FEINER DENIES FUNDING FOR GREENVILLE SCHOOL SIDEWALK IN FAVOR OF SIDEWALK KIDS WON’T BE ABLE TO USE TO GET TO SCHOOL

Town Supervisor Paul Feiner came under fire tonight for having denied funding for construction of two sidewalks that would have allowed children to walk safely to Greenville Elementary School next year, claiming it was a “business decision.” The rejected funding … Continue reading