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Pool opens...popham rd bridge eastbound to be closed for 2 weeks..tennis bubble legislation endorsed
Release Date: May 25, 2012

POOL OPENS AT AF VETERAN PARK ON MONDAY, MEMORIAL DAY
The Westchester County Board of Health inspected the new pool liner and other minor renovations made at AF Veteran park pool this morning and authorized the pool to open on Monday, Memorial Day from 10 AM to 5:45 PM. The Town pool is located on Heatherdell Road.

POPHAM ROAD BRIDGE LANE CLOSURE (bridge links Edgemont with Scarsdale)

In conjunction with the Popham Road Bridge Replacement Project, the eastbound Popham Road Bridge travel lane will be closed to vehicular traffic commencing on Tuesday, May 29, 2012 at 12:00 a.m. and will remain closed for a 2 week period. The lane closure is necessary to allow Verizon to station their equipment over their manholes and splice the new Verizon cables that run under the new portion of the Popham Road Bridge structure. This work must be completed prior to the final phase of the bridge construction which will commence immediately thereafter. Eastbound Popham Road Bridge vehicular traffic will be detoured south on Garth Road east to Harney Road and north on Scarsdale Avenue back to Popham Road.

TOWN BOARD ENDORSES TENNIS BUBBLE LEGISLATION AT AF VETERAN PARK
The Greenburgh Town Board approved a resolution endorsing proposed state legislation that will be introduced by State Senator Andrea Stewart Cousins and Assemblyman tom Abinanti that would accomplish the goal of leasing the tennis facilities at AF Veteran park for commercial use with costs associated with the tennis facilities and revenues generated from the lease being applied to unincorporated Greenburgh. The town expects to generate significant revenue from the lease. And- residents will have access to more tennis during winter months when the facilities are not used or open.

ZONING MAP CORRECTION
The Town Board approved a resolution referring possible amendments to the zoning map to the Planning Board for a report and recommendation. There are errors in some of the maps. And, all the errors (some are decades old) need to be corrected.

MORE NOTIFICATION RE: FUTURE ANTENNA LOCATIONS
We referred amendments proposed by the Edgemont Community Council pertaining to the town’s antenna law (to require more notification to residents) to the Planning Board and Antenna Review Board for recommendations.
Paul Feiner

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