HARRISON, N.Y. The Harrison Village Board unanimously agreed to bond $100,000 to extend the Pilgrim Road drainage district.
According to Deputy Village Attorney Chris Cipolla, the work done on Pilgrim Road was petitioned by the property owners in the Pilgrim Road drainage district. Currently there are 18 homes in the district and four more to be added. The 15-year bond is so the village can hire a consultant to prepare a report.
The cost of this project will be assessed solely to those property owners, Cipolla said. They will pay for it as part of their tax bills.
Other news from the Harrison Town/Village Board Meeting :
- The town board approved a request from Powells Clam Bar and Catering and Al Dente to hold their Dining under the stars with music event on Thursday evenings from July 5 to Sept. 7 from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.
- The trustees accepted a request from Debbie Imperia, executive director of the Harrison Childrens Center, for their annual Art Exhibit/International celebration in town hall on April 15 from 12:30 p.m. to 3 p.m.
- The board also voted to approve and agreement with CGI Communications updating the Community Movie Showcase at no cost to the town.
- Donations from the Harrison Association of Teachers ($4,000) and St. Gregorys CYO Basketball ($775) were accepted for the Harrison Food Pantry. The board also approved a grant from ShopRite of $1,000 in four quarterly installments to be used as a line of credit for the Food Bank of Westchester.
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