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Three meetings in one on Chappaqua Crossing
6:00 p.m. Tuesday, May 13, 2014
UPDATE Saturday, May 17: THE MEETING TIME HAS BEEN CHANGED: The Tuesday, May 20 work session will now begin at 8:30 p.m. [The public hearing on Homeland’s cell tower proposal for Armonk Road will take place, as originally scheduled, at 7:00 p.m. and run until 8:30 p.m.]
The Town Board’s agenda states: “8:30 pm - 10: 30 pm Referral to Planning Board/Westchester County / Planning Joint meeting” and the Planning Board’s agenda states: “8:30 P.M. JOINT WORK SESSION WITH TOWN BOARD / Chappaqua Crossing Amended PDCP.”
UPDATE Monday, May 19: On Tuesday, May 20, at 8:30 p.m. at Town Hall Summit Greenfield will make a presentation of its latest proposal, the Town and Planning Boards will discuss the new site plan, the TB will officially refer the plan to the Planning Board, and traffic consultant for the town, Michael Galante, will talk traffic. Need to catch up? This article originally published in Nov. 2012 is still a good summary of the issues and the thinking at the time: A primer on the proposal for grocery and retail at Chappaqua Crossing, NCNOW.org, with notes updating it.
Published Tuesday, May 13, 2014 [Editor’s note: Meeting time is now changed to 8:30 p.m.]
Editor’s Note: In response to an email from NCNOW asking for confirmation that—as Supervisor Rob Greenstein stated in last night’s TB meeting—next Tuesday, May 20, 2014, the Town Board will hold three meetings it has sought to combine before, Town Administrator Jill Shapiro returned the following email: “A joint Town Board/Planning Board meeting will be held from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. in the Assembly Room of Town Hall, televised [and streamed live]. We expect the Applicant [Summit Greenfield] to present its proposed revised PDCP [Preliminary Development Concept Plan], to have that plan referred [officially to the Planning Board and the County Planning Department for comment] and to have a presentation by Michael Galante [the town’s F.P. Clark consulting traffic engineer] on traffic.
Shapiro did not respond to the question of how the Planning Board’s scheduled public hearing on the Homeland cell tower proposed for Armonk Road will be affected by this joint meeting on the same night—Tuesday, May 20.
[UPDATE Mon. May 13: 10:00 p.m.: Shapiro states that the public hearing for Homeland will take place at 9:30 p.m., following the Chappaqua Crossing meeting.]
Galante has twice canceled appearances—one before the previous Town Board in fall of 2013, and one scheduled for April 22—to respond to questions on traffic associated with the grocery-retail proposal. Summit Greenfield will present its latest revised plan for the proposal. See In new site plan SG asks that limit on number of 1,500 to 5,000 s.f. stores be removed, NCNOW.org, 4/12/14.
For archived articles on Chappaqua Crossing, click HERE, or use NCNOW’s “Search” box, using quotation marks for multiple words. For example, “Chappaqua Crossing” in the search box will bring up 35 pages of related articles, newest to oldest.