BLINDS TO GO WILL OPEN ON CENTRAL AVE...TOWN BD MEETING CANCELLED TOMORROW...SNOW ANGELS WANTED
Release Date: January 11, 2011
GREAT NEWS---BLINDS TO GO WILL OPEN ON CENTRAL AVE IN MARCH
On February 8th (at 7:30 PM) members of the Greenburgh Town Board, Zoning Board and Planning Board will meet with the business community to discuss initiatives the town should take to turn vacant storefronts into successful businesses. This is a follow up to a meeting held last year.
Just received some great news---Blinds to Go will be opening up a new store on Central Ave. Earlier today a landlord asked me to meet with a possible new tenant who hopes to open up another major new business on the Ave. I anticipate lots of positive activity in 2011.
Good news!! Construction on 150 Central Park Avenue, Hartsdale, is moving along very nicely and should be completed by mid-February. It is very likely that Blinds to Go will be open by early March.
We all acknowledge that without the cooperation of the Planning and Building Departments, we would still be struggling to get our permits. Because of their consideration,Greenburgh will have one less retail vacancy and more sales tax dollars sooner than later.
Congratulations on a job well done. Eric
Eric S. Goldschmidt
Goldschmidt & Associates
BAD WEATHER WILL CAUSE 2 WEEK DELAY IN APPROVAL OF STOP & SHOP, NEAR TARRYTOWN
TOWN BOARD MEETING ON WEDNESDAY CANCELLED
The Town Board decided to cancel the Town Board meeting tomorrow evening - due to the anticipated snow storm. The Town Board had previously scheduled the final public hearing on the Stop & Shop proposal for tomorrow evening. The hearing is now being postponed to Wednesday evening, January 26th. Most people who have contacted me over the years are very supportive of the supermarket application. I anticipate that construction will start this winter.
SNOW ANGELS WANTED---Received an e mail from a senior citizen who resides in E Irvington (with a disabled child) who needs a snow angel to help her shovel out her driveway. If you would like to volunteer and help her please e mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I will continue to try matching seniors/disabled residents with snow angels.