HARRISON, N.Y. The Harrison Town Board will hold a public hearing Thursday for a special permit request by the Westchester Country Club to build two new singles squash courts on its property.
The Westchester Country Club is also asking for a special permit to build a 2,002-square-foot extension to its fieldhouse. The hearing was requested by attorney Erin Honaker, of the firm Zarin & Steinmetz in White Plains, at the boards May 3 meeting.
In other business before the Town Board, Town Attorney Frank Allegretti is requesting a public hearing be held June 21 for a new Do Not Knock registry to protect residents against solicitors coming to their homes. The town had broached this issue last summer but had not acted on it until now.
Recreation Superintendent Gerry Salvo is requesting the board spend no more than $35,000 for new playground equipment at the Emelio Scatenato Congress Street Park. A memorandum posted on the towns website said the money would come from the towns recreation subdivision account. If approved, the town will request bids from companies who want to partake in the project.
Commissioner of Public Works Anthony Robinson is requesting that the board spend no more than $20,000 for a professional services contract with Woodard and Curran, a national company with offices in White Plains, for conceptual plans on the Halstead Avenue Streetscape.
The only item on the Village Boards agenda is a request from Village Engineer Mike Amodeo to spend $90,000 to buy software from Municity to be used by the tax assessor, DPW, and the buildings, planning and zoning departments. A request is before the Village Board to bond for the money to purchase the software.
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