GREENBURGH, N.Y. -- The Greenburgh Town Board will hold a special meeting Tuesday morning at 9:30 a.m. to consider revised proposals and select a developer to lease the WestHELP property.
Town Supervisor Paul Feiner said the town had received revised proposals since early April when state officials rejected a proposal to develop the site as a school for children with developmental disabilities.
Town officials are considering several bids on the property for affordable housing, including a $350,000 plan to renovate the 108 rooms and a $2.2 million proposal to turn the property into affordable housing for senior citizens.
Town Supervisor Paul Feiner said the revised bids to develop housing for the 55-plus population offered better options to the town.
"The revised proposals are great news for the town," Feiner stated in a notice to the community. The proposals offer "better terms and significant more revenue to the town. I am very pleased that the Town Board has been devoting so much time reviewing each of the bids and pushing for more favorable terms that will benefit town taxpayers."
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