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One less vacancy on E. Hartsdale Ave...update: Fisher Ave Bridge...auction of Town properties Oct 26
Release Date: September 24, 2010

GOOD NEWS-- ONE LESS VACANCY ON E HARTSDALE AVE!  FRANKIE & FANUCCI’S HARTSDALE, PLANS TO EXPAND THEIR RESTAURANT, TAKING OVER A VACANT STORE FRONT (THE OLD BAKERY). THE BAKERY MOVED TO A LARGER SPACE ON THE AVENUE.
 
UPDATE --FISHER AVE BRIDGE
 Through the summer, we have worked with our bridge consulting engineer and examined several repair alternatives.  We also have performed tests to the existing concrete substructure to further refine the design.
Final plans were received on Tuesday.  Our contractor is reviewing the plans and preparing a construction schedule.  Additional information will then be distributed.
The problem specifically is the steel support beams under the closed side are so severely deteriorated that they can no longer support the traffic.
 
AUCTION OF SURPLUS TOWN OWNED PROPERTY ON TUESDAY,
OCTOBER 26, 2010, AT 9:30AM, AT GREENBURGH TOWN HALL, AS IS, AT NO LESS THAN THE MINIMUM UPSET PRICE, SUBJECT TO PERMISSIVE REFERENDUM
The Greenburgh Town Board had an auction of town owned property last year. Although we reached an agreement for the sale of the waterwheel property as affordable housing and sold some parcels of property - many parcels were not sold. We are going to try again this year. We have already received some interest in two of the parcels that did not sell last year. Once sold these properties will be restored to the assessment rolls and will pay taxes.
All saleable lots shall be sold by means of a sealed bid process, with the minimum price to be set at the outstanding taxes owed, or the market value; andeach property identified to be sold is hereby annexed on the attached schedule and will be conveyed by quit claim deed.  The Town has prepared a packet of the properties with detailed information pertaining to each, available online for free at www.GreenburghNY.com.
PAUL FEINER
 

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