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SHOULD NON RESIDENTS HAVE TO PAY TO PARK AT GREENBURGH LIBRARY WHEN IT OPENS?
Release Date: October 13, 2007
White Plains recently increased parking fees at the White Plains library. When the Greenburgh library opens many White Plains residents and people from around the county might want to use our new library. The Greenburgh library, which is being paid for by Greenburgh residents ($20 million) will be a county asset, not only a Greenburgh asset. Any resident of Westchester who has a Westchester Library System card can use the Greenburgh library.
A suggestion: Greenburgh residents should get a free parking pass to use the library. Meters should also be placed at the parking spots. Non residents should put coins in the meter -equivalent to municipal rates elsewhere. The funds can be used to pay for some of the costs of the library.