CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. There are currently no plans to add Millwood to the Westchester County sewer lines, though Yeshiva, Random Farms, Riverwoods and Chappaqua Crossing were recently added to the system, said Town Supervisor Susan Carpenter on Monday.
While the hamlet will not be added initially, Carpenter said the town may be able to install large enough pipes to handle water flow for Kisco Park, Seven Bridges and Millwood, with hopes of adding the areas at a later date.
"Well hope that at some point in the future well be able to convince the county that adding Millwood is a good option," Carpenter said.
With sewer plans on hold, Carpenter wants to shift the focus to more short-term planning for the hamlet. Building on a discussion at Westorchard Elementary School on March 13 , Carpenter said adding amenities to the bike trail is high on her list of priorities.
Carpenter said she would like to add signage and more walkways in order to draw riders into the Millwood, rather than have them continue on through to Yorktown. Currently, Millwood Task Force members are working to present the town board with an official list of short-term objectives to improve the hamlet.
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