CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. -- New Castle hopes to raise enough money by hiking permit fees to help it make $600,000 worth of improvements to parking lots at the Chappaqua train station, according to a report by theexaminernews.com.
The town is weighing raising residential permit rates to $500 from $450 a year, and the tab for non-residents to $1,300 from $900 – and is also looking at doubling the price of meter permits, theexaminernews.com report said.
The extra money will be used to repave and restripe its municipal lots and fix sidewalks, theexaminernews.com reported.
A vote on the new rates may be made at the Town Board’s meeting on Tuesday, March 29, theexaminernews.com story said
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