Letters for and against proposed Route 119 "Stop & Shop" have been posted
Release Date: June 24, 2009
At the last Town Board meeting, a suggestion was made to make available to the public letters received by the board regarding the petition of White Hickory Associates, LLC involving property located at 600 White Plains Road, for an amendment to the town’s Zoning Ordinance in connection with making “fully enclosed stores for retail sale of consumer merchandise, banks and fully enclosed restaurant use” a special permit use subject to Town Board jurisdiction in the OB Office Building District. The petition includes what is commonly referred to as the “Shop & Shop proposal.”
For the convenience of those interested, I have posted the letters (in favor and against the proposal) on the town’s Web site, along with the resolutions and the Cablevision contract under consideration at tonight’s Town Board Meeting. Hardcopies of the letters will be available at the meeting as well.
Click here to link directly to the Town Board Meeting Documents and the letters (or simply click on “Click here to view upcoming Town Board resolutions” on the town’s homepage, www.GreenburghNY.com). While letters received yesterday or today have not yet been scanned and posted, I will be updating the postings in batches as more letters are received.
The Town Board (Supervisor Paul Feiner, Councilwoman Sonja Brown, Councilwoman Diana Juettner, Councilman Kevin Morgan, and I) hope you find the comments of other community members informative as we continue the Public Hearing on the application.
Francis Sheehan, Councilman
Town of Greenburgh