GREENBURGH, N.Y. -- Greenburgh Supervisor Paul Feiner is asking East Hartsdale Avenue residents for input as the town seeks a solution to overnight parking woes.
With more young families – and their cars –moving into the area, an already tight parking situation has gotten noticeably worse, Feiner said.
It has been suggested, the supervisor said, that the town acquire land near the “Four Corners” area of Hartsdale where a parking structure could be built.
Or, Feiner said, the town could reach out to private developers to see if they would build such a structure, with the condition that East Hartsdale Avenue residents be able to park there overnight and on the weekends.
Because it could cost upwards of $20 million for the town to buy land and build the parking structure itself, it wants as much input from residents before it proceeds, he said.
East Hartsdale Avenue residents are asked to answer the following questions and to send their responses to the town by clicking here .
1) I have experienced overnight parking problems where I live. How often?
2) Is this a seasonal problem or a year long problem?
3) Where do you park your car when you have a problem?
4) Have you been ticketed?
5) Do some of your neighbors also have parking related problems?
6) Do you think the town should acquire more land for parking -- even if it resulted in higher taxes?
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