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Among the items on the 3/11 work session agenda, please note the escalating Gouveia renovation costs (which have seldom been predicted accurately) and continued discussion of moving the Recreation department to this site (the latest plan). Good bye endowment. Note the eagerness to fund the Croton Point Ave. bicycle lane/"improvements". (Good bye fund balance?) See the entire work session agenda at https://www.crotononhudson-ny.gov/board-trustees/agenda/board-trustees-work-session
Municipal Building, 2nd floor meeting room; also streamed
--A letter from Joel Gingold on the Gouveia issue and escalating costs is in the most recent Gazette; the Gazette is on sale just about everywhere.
--CONVERTING GOUVEIA TO OFFICE BUILDING MAKES NO SENSE; MORE HERE
--For those who have asked about the Gouveia "gift" in Ossining, here's the latest
--A recent letter from Brian Powers on Gouveia and other issues here
--A DEEPLY FLAWED PROPOSAL; more here
--AND IN CASE YOU HAVE FORGOTTEN, FROM 2018 https://everythingcroton.blogspot.com/2018/03/steinberg-32218-gazette-gouveia-plans.html
Businesses told about CPA? Home owners in the area told about Gouveia? Why not turn the building into affordable housing? It's near public transportation, a "park" and a big shopping center? Or would the golf course houses object?ReplyDelete
It will never happen. But you mjight want to ask the staff all your questions. Rest assured the businesses are being kept informed.Delete