THE EXAMINER NEWS, Rick Pezzulo: Excerpts only. As always, read the ENTIRE aticle at the link below.
The developers of two mixed-use projects in the area of New York Presbyterian/Hudson Valley Hospital on Route 202 in Cortlandt maintain their plans are consistent with the town’s vision as outlined in the most recent Master Plan.
Speaking exclusively to The Northern Westchester Examiner a week before what could be a contentious public hearing this week as signs opposing the projects have surfaced along major roadways in town, two of the key players for the Evergreen Manor and Gyrodyne developments are confident they will significantly improve existing traffic conditions, provide services and facilities that are in demand and bring much needed tax revenue to the community.........“This is the town’s initiative. That gets lost in the whole picture here,” stressed Kevin McAndrew, partner at Cameron Engineering, which is one of the firms connected to the 13.8-acre Gyrodyne site. “Evergreen and Gyrodyne stepped up as the key stakeholders. The town had a vision.”.....“The market demand is there—there are no rentals in Cortlandt,” said Santucci, who noted the new housing could be attractive to many of the hospital employees.
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PART TWO, MORE BACK STORY AND PETITION LINK HERE.
Residents who take issue with The Examiner News coverage of these issues, should direct their questions, etc. to the paper.ReplyDelete
News 12 had a piece on the meeting last night but it's no longer available. Place was packed! Much like our hearing here, people are sick of crowded development!ReplyDelete