COMMUNITY MEETING TO DISCUSS FRANK’S NURSERY. MEETING TO BE HELD AT FRANK’S NURSERY, 715 DOBBS FERRY ROAD ON TUESDAY, MAY 24TH AT 7:15 PM. (MEETING WILL BE OUTDOORS)
Greenburgh has acquired Frank’s Nursery (due to a foreclosure). An informal community discussion will be held at the property on Tuesday, May 24th at 7:15 PM. Frank’s is located at 715 Dobbs Ferry Road. Among the options to be considered: renting the property (for about a year) to a company that needs to park their trucks at Frank’s (the company cuts trees for Con Ed). Another option: a recreation bubble for recreation uses (this would require a zoning change). The town would lease the property to a private business - probably for 15 years. Others have suggested that the town sell the Police HQ and Court on Tarrytown Road and replace these two buildings with a new building at Frank’s. We don’t have the money for a new building now –but the land could serve a town purpose sometime in the future. What do you think?
BATTLE OF THE BANDS ON SATURDAY, JUNE 11TH—HELP A SICK CHILD GET HEART SURGERY VIA THE GIFT OF LIFE PROGRAM
Zach Bergenfeld, Jon Rood, Josh Ringel, Andrew Oberlander and David Schuman are student interns working on a Battle of the Bands concert on Saturday, June 11th to raise funds for the Gift of Life Foundation, a Rotary Club initiative that helps children around the world obtain heart transplants. The Battle of the Bands will be held at the Hartsdale Farmers market from 10 to 2 pm.
Please help spread the word. If you know of any student bands that are interested in performing at this Battle of the Bands concert please e Josh Ringel at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you and hope to see you there!
We need more musicians for our E HARTSDALE AVE FARMER’S MARKET CONCERT SERIES
If you know of any musician who would like to donate their time this summer –performing at the E Hartsdale Ave farmer’s market outdoor concert series on Saturday mornings please advise Town Clerk Judith Beville at 993-1504 or e mail her at email@example.com. Last year residents of E Hartsdale Ave and shoppers were able to enjoy weekly summer concerts at the market (which begins in June). The musicians donated their time and talent. We’re also looking for volunteers to help out during the farmer’s market concerts.