Monday, June 22, 2015

NOT TO WORRY: THE "DESIGN GUIDELINES" IN HARMON RE-ZONING WILL MAKE EVERYTHING LOOK BEAUTIFUL, TONIGHT'S BD. MEETING, GOUVEIA AND MORE DEBT

A resident says: "I'm not worried. The *design guidelines* in the Harmon re-zoning law will ensure that we have a beautiful dining and pedestrian friendly experience".  

We'll spare you the rest.

The fact is that although they were promised, there are NO design guidelines in Harmon re-zoning. And as is the case with the Benedict Blvd. project (the deli with six small apartments, none of them the promised 1,000 square feet in size as well), the village is more than willing to provide multiple variances from the law anyway--and has.

For more on tonight's village board meeting, which also includes $204,000 for the Gouveia/Something Good in the World "Park"--and almost eleven million in additional debt all in one night, ETC.--visit https://www.facebook.com/crotonunited

The meeting starts @ 8pm. For those who have asked about the status of the former Nappy property "mixed use" apartment project, stay tuned.

YOU MAY ALSO HAVE AN INTEREST IN THIS GOUVEIA ITEM: https://www.facebook.com/notes/croton-united/gouveia-something-predetermined-in-the-world/354963597994011

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“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men (and women) to do nothing.”  Read more of Joel Gingold's letter here http://everythingcroton.blogspot.com/2013/09/gingold-gazette-letter-91913-stand-up.html

6 comments:

  1. And while we fiddle with 'thoughtful' management of change, a DeCicco's Market is opening in Katonah.

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    1. That Gouveia property is gonna cost us a bundle. Oh ya gotta have friends who wikll stand by ya and get anything ya want. Cant wait to see the Something Good Park.

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    2. And a Trader Joe's is considering Yorktown where the demogaphics are just right.

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  2. Anybody know the status of Green & Grain?

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    1. Interior work has begun once again at the site.

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  3. Wonder who paid for the "ladies" to have dinner at the Ocean House recently.

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