NCNOW coverage of Chappaqua Crossing draws 324 comments

August 16, 2010

Editor’s Note:  NCNOW’s coverage of developer Summit Greenfield’s proposal to develop the former Reader’s Digest property as “Chappaqua Crossing,” a mix of commercial office space and multifamily condominium townhouses and apartments, has drawn more than 300 comments since the end of June, when Gregg Bresner wrote an Op-Ed questioning residents’ level of awareness of the proposal.  Click “Read more,” below, to find that Op-Ed plus 14 pieces that followed it, along with the comments each drew. 

THIS WEEK IN NCNOW.org:

From our archives, newest to oldest:

Town board member Robin Stout makes public disclosure statement
Monday, August 16, 2010

Residents remain after town and school boards’ work session to comment on Chappaqua Crossing
Monday, August 16, 2010

As town and school boards meet, annoyed residents shout out for bigger meeting space
PLUS 34 COMMENTS
August 13, 2010

Town board’s counsel explains town’s obligations and developer’s rights to board of ed members
PLUS 23 COMMENTS
August 13, 2010

Important joint meeting of school & town boards to discuss Chappaqua Crossing, TUESDAY, Aug 10
PLUS 16 COMMENTS
August 9, 2010

Op-Ed: Take residential out of the picture; allow more than four tenants at Chappaqua Crossing
PLUS 13 COMMENTS
August 6, 2010
by Lee Bowen

Musical Op-Ed: “Chappaqua Double-Crossing”
PLUS 11 COMMENTS
August 6, 2010
by Lee Seham

UPDATE: School board members sound note of alarm over latest proposal for Chappaqua Crossing
PLUS 47 COMMENTS
Monday, August 2, 2010

A brief description of Summit Greenfield’s Modified Plan for Chappaqua Crossing
PLUS 8 COMMENTS
July 30, 2010

Summit Greenfield presents new alternative for Chappaqua Crossing—199 residential units
PLUS 23 COMMENTS
July 24, 2010

Letter to the Editor: Let’s make Chappaqua Crossing a win-win for both town and developer
PLUS 11 COMMENTS
by Dan Papes
July 26, 2010

Supervisor Gerrard on issues raised about Chappaqua Crossing in NCNOW letters and commentary
PLUS 62 COMMENTS
Friday, July 16, 2010

Open Letter: Gregg Bresner responds to Geoff Thompson’s statement from Chappaqua Crossing
PLUS 22 COMMENTS
Tuesday, July 6, 2010
by Gregg Bresner

Letter to the Editor: Statement from Chappaqua Crossing in response to NCNOW Op-Ed by Gregg Bresner
PLUS 22 COMMENTS
July 2, 2010
by Geoff Thompson

Op-Ed:  Baffled by parents’ lack of awareness and concern over rezoning of Chappaqua Crossing
PLUS 32 COMMENTS
June 28, 2010  
by Gregg Bressner


Comments(0):
We encourage civil, civic discourse. All comments are reviewed before publication to assure that this standard is met.

There are no comments for this article yet.


Post a comment:

Display Name*:

Your Display Name will be associated with this comment on NewCastleNOW.org. We encourage commentators to use their real name or initials.

We encourage civil, civic discourse. In other words, be pithy and polite. All comments will be reviewed before publication to assure that this standard is met.