The Town Board of the Town of Greenburgh will hold a Special Work Session at Greenburgh Town Hall, 177 Hillside Avenue, Greenburgh, New York 10607 on Thursday, March 8, 2012 at 9:15 PM. The purpose of the Special Work Session is to consider possible next steps with respect to the application of NextG Networks for a Special Permit from the Town Board pursuant to section 285-37 of the Town Code We will be meeting with members of the Conservation Advisory Council to discuss.
WE TOOK ADVANTAGE OF THE GREAT WEATHER AND CLEARED DEBRIS FROM THE E IRVINGTON NATURE PRESERVE. This is a memo I received from Victor Carosi, Commissioner of Public Works.
Supervisor Feiner and Town Council Members,
Please note the Town Parks and Recreation Department in cooperation with the Highway Department, under the guidance of Rich Fon completed another great and long overdue task of clearing debris from the East Irvington Nature Preserve. The warm winter weather continues to enable the Highway Department and Parks Department to focus on outdoor maintenance tasks that otherwise would not be possible.
Over the past two weeks, crews from both Parks and Highway worked cooperatively and cleared many yards of debris from pathways and access ways within the preserve. Treading carefully to respect the environment, tree debris from our past years of storms was removed, the trails were tended to and the tree canopy trimmed following our on-staff Arborists’ recommendations in selected areas.
We encourage you to stop by the Park and see first-hand the great work both Highway and Parks were able to do to enhance the experience for our residents that visit this park.
Victor G. Carosi, P.E.
Commissioner of Public Works
Town of Greenburgh