Your Reporter Tom Auchterlonie
CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. -- While a new study found that the proposed retail for Chappaqua Crossing could compete with business in downtown Chappaqua, it concludes that it would not do so in a way that would lead to a significant adverse impact.
The study comes from ...
MOUNT KISCO, N.Y. -- The Westchester Bank, recently selected as one of the Top 200 Healthiest Banks in America, has announced the opening of its newest branch at 51 South Moger Ave. in Mount ...
I'm not voting for either of these clowns. I Reluctantly voted for Cuomo last time but he's a total hypocrite. Astorino really hasn't done anything for the county but cut services. I wish there was a better candidate running.
This is indeed a great booster to all the team members of Horace Greeley High School. With adequate funds, players will be given enough supplies like jersey uniforms and shoes. Let me share something about bogus sports merchandise. Counterfeit sports merchandising is a criminal industry that nets billions a year worldwide. This year, there will be even more, with the world's focus on the London Olympics. British specialists have already made
countless arrests for attempting to move phony souvenirs.
This is suicide! Destination stores like Whole Foods etc. will bring customers from all over Northern Westchester. The exit and entrances on the Saw Mill Pkwy at Readers Digest/Roaring Brook Rd. cannot handle the traffic that this will bring. And rt. 117? There is quarter mile back up now coming from Mt. Kisco at Rush Hour. The employees and vendor traffic alone is more than the area can handle.
This makes 100+ condos look like a good deal! It will fundamentally change Chappaqua. Staples and Olive Garden??? Has AKRF even been to Chappaqua?
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