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One of the six affordable houses the town built on Bowditch Road in the mid-1990s
Supervisor Gary Gerth said he’s working with the Town Board on affordable housing.
In addition to the four-unit housing complex the Community Housing Board has proposed, Mr. Gerth and the board have met with Dan Calabro who is in discussions to sell land to a developer for as many as 30 affordable units at no cost to the town. Mr. Gerth said he’s referred that effort to the Community Housing Board. (more…)
AMBROSE CLANCY PHOTO Town Engineer John Cronin.
John Cronin’s boat went into the water early this year. He wanted to be sure it was ready for his targeted retirement date of June 28. The boat will be ready, but that doesn’t mean Mr. Cronin will be setting sail as frequently this summer as he had planned. (more…)
The controversy over the short-term rental (STR) legislation takes many forms, with enforcing the law near the top of the debate.
The STR regulations have been on the books for more than two years, with a requirement that renters register with the town. (more…)
REPORTER FILE PHOTO Codger and Crone.
The getaway was sweet, Crone at the wheel, Codger riding shotgun, Cur II supposedly at lookout in the back but already asleep.
The New York Presbyterian eastside medical empire shrank in the rear view mirror. Up ahead, the LIE unspooled, light traffic this Sunday but incessant blinking signs warning of a coming storm.
Codger, in his neck brace, croaked to Crone, “Will we make it?”
“Already have,” she muttered. (more…)
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Community Housing Board Chairwoman Mary-Faith Westervelt
The Democrats were first out of the gate for the 2019 election, naming former Supervisor Gerry Siller as the party’s challenger to incumbent Republican Gary Gerth, and Michael Bebon for a Town Board seat. Councilman Jim Colligan will also run for another term on the Democratic line. (more…)