Yorktown Town Board : Rezoning request for 132 housing units, nursing home and retail space 04/23/13

Town Board Work Session
April 23, 2013

Meeting highlights. For a summary of all agenda items, visit ciyinfo.org.

1. Signage issues
Gave the Mohegan Lake based Tea Temptations business permission for a 90 day temporary sign; suggested that the owners of Underhill Plaza rethink their design for a directory sign for the 18 tenants; and discussed the need for amendments to the Town’s sign law.

2. SCORE presentation
Heard a presentation about free counseling services for small businesses that are available from the Putnam/Northern Westchester chapter of SCORE, a nonprofit volunteer association of retired or still working business owners and/or executives.

3. Mandalay Rezoning Request (Old Crompond Road)
Reviewed a conceptual plan to rezone 20 acres, south of the proposed Costco, for a mixed used development to include 8,000 square feet of retail space, 132 units of residential housing, and a 104 bed nursing home. No action was taken pending the submission of a formal application.

4. Fieldhome
Accepted a payment of $191,305 in full satisfaction of unpaid taxes and other charges based on a 2000 agreement.

Closed Session
For interviews for the Zoning Board

Reminder: The May 7 Town Board meeting will be at the John C Hart Library. The telecast will not be live.

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