Greenburgh

Greenburgh Weighs Hackley’s Application for New Campus

| by Robert Kimmel |  Members of Greenburgh’s Planning Board made an on-site inspection visit late last month to learn more about Hackley School’s application to build a 116,725-square-foot Health & Wellness Center on its 285-acre campus. The location is near its existing sports fields in the town and adjacent to its Tarrytown campus. The structure, in an unincorporated area ... Read More »

Pets Alive Facility Now Expected to Stay in Westchester

Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner addresses Town Hall meeting about Pets Alive animal shelter

| By Robert Kimmel | Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner is optimistic about keeping the Pets Alive animal shelter in operation locally, either at its present facility in Elmsford or elsewhere. Following a meeting with the board leadership of Pets Alive Thursday morning, he told The Hudson Independent that, “I would be surprised if the shelter closes.” Pets Alive Westchester ... Read More »

First Sonic Drive-In Restaurant in Westchester Proposed in Greenburgh

Sonic

|  by Rick Pezzullo  | The first Sonic drive-in restaurant in Westchester County is being proposed on the former site of the Greenburgh Neighborhood Health Center on Route 119. Representatives of Cinos Riverhead LLC of Harrison met with the Greenburgh Town Board during a work session on May 5 to discuss plans for the national fast food chain, which serves ... Read More »

State Tax Cap Freeze Prompts School Districts’ Fiscal Belt Tightening

| by Robert Kimmel |   Along with maintaining quality educational standards, preserving a small amount of tax relief for homeowners is one of the primary motivators of local school district authorities preparing their budgets for the coming year. As part of the temporary tax freeze for school districts set by state lawmakers, most homeowners in Irvington, Sleepy Hollow, and ... Read More »