HARRISON, N.Y. -- A full agenda for Thursday night's Harrison Town/Village Board meeting includes a public hearing in which representatives of Purchase's Century Country Club will discuss plans to modernize different aspects of the club.
According to the meeting's agenda , Attorney Neil Alexander of the Cuddy & Feder firm will represent the country club, which seeks an amended special exception use permit to implement various upgrades to the Purchase facility.
The hot topic of residential parking will also be revisited Thursday night, when the town/village board will discuss its support of New York Assembly and Senate bills regarding the residential parking system.
Town Attorney Frank Allegretti has requested that Harrison supports New York Assembly Bill No. A8855 and Senate Bill No. S6232, which outline residential parking rules that require at least 15 percent of all spots be available to non-residents with short-term parking.
Mayor/Supervisor Ron Belmont said he will be announcing several appointments Thursday night, including various members to be added to the town/village Outside Counsel.
Belmont will also make official the appointment of Kerry Marrano as his personal confidential secretary.
The town/village board is also expected to approve several upcoming events for Harrison, including a St. Vincent's Hospital Spring Sprint 5K Run/Walk event on Saturday, May 12 and a Harrison Council for the Arts reception inside the town municipal building on Sunday, March 4 at 1 p.m. The 5K event will start and finish at the Harrison facility with a route running through North Street and Park Drive South.
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