HARRISON, N.Y. -- Two public hearings are at the forefront of the town board meeting on March 15.
Chris Masotto, general manager of Normandy Real Estate Partners, is asking the town for a special exception use permit to install an emergency back-up generator at 108 Corporate Park Drive. The property in question has 20 businesses working out of the building including Darby Trading Inc., Pentegra Retirement Services and Valara Capital Management.
Residents will once again have a chance to comment on the proposed zoning change for parts of Oakland and Grant avenues. The town has held two public hearings prior on this topic with residents urging the town board to leave the area zoned for residential use rather than change it to commercial zoning.
Also on the agenda:
- Public Works Commissioner Anthony Robinson is suggesting that the town hire three part-time employees in the grounds, town, and buildings division of the DPW.
- Powells Clam Bar and Catering and Al Dente are seeking approval to hold their Dining under the Stars with music event on Thursday evenings from July 5 to Sept. 7.
- Debbie Imperia, executive director of the Harrison Childrens Center is asking to use town hall on April 15 for the annual Art Exhibit/International celebration.
- Coordinator of Computer Services Michael Piccini is asking for approval with CGI Communications for a community movie showcase at no cost to the town. Piccini is also requesting the town board enter into an agreement with Virtual Towns and Schools to purchase web-based information management software to comply with new state mandates for the Open Meetings Law.
- Community Services Director Nina Marraccini is asking the town board to accept donations of $4,000 from the Harrison Association of Teachers and $775 from St. Gregorys CYO Basketball and a grant from ShopRite of $1,000 to be paid in four quarterly installments to be used as a line of credit for the Food Bank of Westchester.
The meeting will be held at the municipal building, located at 1 Heineman Place, beginning at 7:30 p.m.
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