As you may recall, residents only learned that Greentree Realty, owner of the 1A Croton Point Avenue site, was attempting to re-open the garbage/waste transfer site (and was suing the village), through the freedom of information process/going to White Plains for the public filings. You can read more about the board's secrecy--in their own words--(Mr. Wiegman and Ms. Gallelli)--below with a link to the documents obtained back in February '14:
At the 9/15/14 board meeting tonight, an attorney representing Greentree informed the board that Greentree would be applying for a special permit to re-open the site. Village attorney Staudt stated that he had advised the board not to say anything because the site was the subject of active litigation.
Is the board cutting a deal or has the board already cut one? Only time will tell. Yet another foil request will be filed for the most recent legal paperwork/public filings. Perhaps there are some answers there.
YOU MAY ALSO HAVE AN INTEREST IN CROTON UNITED MEMBER JOEL GINGOLD'S 9/15 LETTER ON OPEN GOVERNMENT ISSUES https://www.facebook.com/notes/croton-united/croton-united-member-joel-gingolds-letter-to-the-editor-september-11-2014/345288558961515
APRIL 2015 UPDATE http://everythingcroton.blogspot.com/2015/04/an-update-on-1a-croton-point-avenue.html