Master Plan and Chappaqua Crossing: An update from Supervisor Rob Greenstein
April 25, 2014
by Supervisor Rob Greenstein
Although the prior Town Supervisor was on the Master Planning Committee, this was not an assignment I asked for. I did not want to be on the Steering Committee. It was offered to every single town board member, and many non board members as well. It was also offered to a few members of the commercial work group committee.
At that time, it was in the best interest of the Master Plan process for me to join the Steering Committee. We needed to move the process along. And the process has moved along quite nicely, thanks to Town Planner Sabrina Charney, thanks to Tiffany Zezula of Pace and thanks to the hard work of the Steering Committee and members of the work groups. I now feel that it is the best interest of the master planning process for me to step down. I do not want to be a distraction.
On the Chappaqua Crossing front, we are currently reviewing the updated Preliminary Development Concept Plan with our counsel. We will be rescheduling the joint meeting of the Town Board and Planning Board to discuss the referral of the revised PDCP. We will also be rescheduling Michael Galante who will be available to answer questions about the traffic analysis.
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