BRIARCLIFF MANOR, N.Y. -- Briarcliff has lifted its winter ban on overnight street parking, clearing the path for residents and others looking for easier parking as the spring nears, according to Village Manager Philip E. Zegarelli's latest report.
Zegarelli also alerted residents to gas main work being conducted by Consolidated Edison alongside the village. Spray painting has begun on roadways near Pleasantville Road from Mulberry to Poplar and from the village library to Larch Road. Portions of the work is expected to begin this week. It is unrelated to the gas main work at Route 9A
In other news:
- The village has given notice to members of "Monte Nido," the group that rents a property at 233 Pine Road, according to Zegarelli. The group has been invited to address the village board at 8 p.m. Wednesday, March 16, to discuss future plans for he site. The meeting is open to the public, but the public is not permitted to ask questions or respond to comments that evening. A formal process will later allow ample opportunity for comment.
- Law Park/Pavilion Fire: Work continues on laying out a protective cover to the Pavilion decking. Various other similar measures are being taken as we “button-up the pavilion and immediate areas. The new fence around the Pavilion area is near completion. Later a fence along the perimeter of the deck itself will be set in place. Afterward, repair work will begin on the inside and outside pool deck levels and landscaping will begin. Energy is focused on having the pool and facility level ready for Memorial Day and season opening.
From Village Hall .
- Tuesday, March 15, is village election day. Polls are open from 6 a.m.-9 p.m. at the Youth Center, 5 Van Lu Van Road.
- The highly popular and much utilized WC Mobile Shredder is returning to the village from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. on Saturday, April 9. The shredder will be stationed near the front of the Youth Center: 5 Van Lu Van Road. Residents can bring up to four file-size (10”x12”x15”) boxes of your confidential papers per household. Please remove all large binder clips and covers. This is for the disposal of personal household papers. Documents of businesses, institutions or commercial interests are not acceptable and will be rejected as will any junk mail, magazines or newspapers.
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