WHY WAS THE COMMUNITY LEFT IN THE DARK ABOUT CCA? The following letter by Joel Gingold was sent to the Gazette.
To the Editor,
It strikes me as ironic that, after having criticized the all-Dem village board for the past several years, I have become the Dems Facebook poster boy for CCA. Having achieved this status, I wonder if it means that the Dems will now take my advice on other issues facing the village.
It is, of course, true that I did, “with a lot of reservations and more than a little trepidation,” suggest that the board approve the program. As we all know, they chose to move in another direction.
In the four pages of comments on CCA I sent to board members prior to the meeting, I highlighted what I felt were critical uncertainties and unknowns associated with the program as described to date. I also noted that Sustainable Westchester (SW) did a very poor job in rolling out CCA. I suggested that the most desirable outcome would be to delay the decision until all of these questions could be answered. Unfortunately, SW would not grant such a hiatus. READ MORE HERE https://www.facebook.com/crotonunited/posts/539448639545505