CHILD CARE FACILITY WANTS TO OPEN NEAR PROPOSED STOP AND SHOP ON TARRYTOWN/GREENBURGH BORDER
Release Date: January 12, 2010
CHILD CARE FACILITY TO OPEN NEAR PROPOSED STOP & SHOP ON TARRYTOWN/GREENBURGH BORDER
PUBLIC HEARING ON JANUARY 27TH AT GREENBURGH TOWN HALL … 7:30 pm
It has been the policy of the Town Board and myself to try to keep you informed of developments that could impact neighborhoods. At todays work session the Town Board reviewed a proposal that I think is very exciting. The Town Board will be holding a public hearing on Wednesday, January 27th at Greenburgh Town Hall at 7:30 PM on a proposed amended site plan application to construct an 8,857 sq. ft. day care center in the first floor of the 580 White Plains Road existing building and a 1,800 square foot fenced outdoor playground. The property is situated on the south side of White Plains Road, approximately 500 ft. from the intersection of Benedict Avenue. The property is located in the OB Office-Business District. The proposed development is consistent with the permitted uses established in the OB District.
I think this is a positive for the community and for businesses located in this section of town. The child care facility will make it easier for the businesses to attract and keep young families with small children. The child care facility will be a great convenience for residents of the Glenville section of town who might wish to take advantage of the new child care services.
This, in my opinion, is great planning. What do you think?