NEW: Public hearing on grocery plus limited retail at Chappaqua Crossing

Sunday, October 28, 2012
by Christine Yeres


Editor’s Note: Technically, legally, a meeting will be held on Oct. 29 or 30 in order to “adjourn” the public hearing to another date and time.

On Tuesday, October 30, at 8:00 p.m. at Town Hall, the Town Board will hold two public hearings related to permitting a grocery store and other retail—together occupying 120,000 square feet—at Chappaqua Crossing.  The first hearing is a continuation of the public hearing on the zoning change that would permit the new use; the second is on proposed changes to Summit Greenfield’s plan for 111 multi-family residential units that would accommodate the added grocery-and-retail use.

Proposed Local Law to Amend Chapter 60 of the New Castle Town

Two Hearings in One:

1.  On the zoning change…

Code to add Provisions Allowing Retail Uses in a Research and Office
Business District Under Certain Circumstances (continued from 9/24/12)

2.  And on the applicant’s revisions to the local law…

Owner’s Proposed Revisions to Proposed Local Law and
Modifications to MFPD Preliminary Development Concept Plan and
Related Matters at Chappaqua Crossing

Background from NCNOW archives: 

Town Board will open public hearing on zoning change for a grocery store at Chappaqua Crossing
September 7, 2012

Town Board will hold public hearing on grocery plus limited retail at Chappaqua Crossing
Monday, September 24, 2012

With little detail provided on proposal, public reaction is harsh on retail at Chappaqua Xing
September 28, 2012

Open Letter to the Community: Put on our whole-town thinking caps
September 28, 2012
by Chuck Napoli

Town board will review master plan for “commercial spine” from Chappaqua Crossing to hamlet
September 28, 2012

One shoe drops: Judge dismisses Summit Greenfield’s state suit against the town
October 5, 2012

Planning board weighs in on rezoning for retail at Chappaqua Crossing
October 5, 2012

Letter to the Editor: With multiple projects proposed all over town, we REALLY need to talk
October 19, 2012
by Rob Greenstein

Summit Greenfield appeals dismissal of its State suit against the town
October 19, 2012

Showing the plan submitted by the applicant:

Chappaqua Crossing submits preliminary plan for retail development
Retail makes partial use of existing buildings, plus new construction
October 16, 2012

Review process for retail at Chappaqua Crossing gives planning board the jitters
October 19, 2012

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