Category Archives: Zoning and Planning

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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 BOARD APPROVES COMPREHENSIVE PLAN OVER OPPOSITION BY EDGEMONT COMMUNITY COUNCIL

The Town Board tonight unanimously approved a comprehensive plan for the unincorporated areas of the Town, bringing the curtain down on a controversial eight-year effort that began in early 2008. The Edgemont Community Council opposed adoption of the plan on … Continue reading

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GREENBURGH ZONING BOARD REFUSES TO CONTINUE HEARING SHELBOURNE APPLICATION FOR VARIANCES UNTIL SHELBOURNE’S LATEST LAWSUIT IS RESOLVED

It looks like Formation Shelbourne – the private equity fund looking to build a 94-bed assisted living facility in Edgemont – shot itself in the foot with its latest Article 78 lawsuit and may therefore have some explaining to its … Continue reading

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ECC TO GREENBURGH: DON’T APPROVE COMP PLAN WITHOUT FIRST HAVING IT VETTED BY PROFESSIONAL INDEPENDENT CONSULTANT

The Edgemont Community Council last night asked the Greenburgh town board not to approve the Town’s proposed comprehensive plan – a blueprint for the Town’s future development for the next 20 years that the Town has been working on for … Continue reading