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New Castle Supervisor Plans Talk On Retaining Empty Nesters

New Castle Supervisor Rob Greenstein will lead a discusssion Thursday on retaining empty nesters in town.
New Castle Supervisor Rob Greenstein will lead a discusssion Thursday on retaining empty nesters in town. Photo Credit: File

CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. -- New Castle Supervisor Rob Greenstein has scheduled the second of several roundtable discussions for Thursday.

The second topic will be a discussion about how to keep empty nesters in the community. This roundtable discussion is scheduled for Thursday from 7-8:30 p.m. in the Chappaqua Library auditorium.

These discussions provide an opportunity for participants to share their views about important issues facing New Castle.

Some of the questions that will be asked include: Why stay in town and pay taxes after your kids have left the house? Would you want to downsize -- to save money and time on maintenance – and still stay in town? If you downsized, what type of housing would you prefer (condos, townhome, one-story house, active upscale living communities)? Would housing near the train station interest you? How are our services for seniors (transportation, Meals on Wheels, volunteer opportunities)? Any areas to improve?

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