GREENBURGH, N.Y. -- Known for its strip mall, banks and chain stores, the busy Four Corners area of Hartsdale, where Central Park and Hartsdale avenues meet, is also known for its parking problems, said lohud.com.
Besides the stores and gas stations and restaurants, the area is also full of single and small multi-family homes and open spaces, added lohud.com.
A magnet for young couples and families, most agree that it's a great place to live, except for the one looming issue -- parking, said lohud.com.
That's why Greenburgh Supervisor Paul Feiner began distributing questionnaires to East Hartsdale avenue residents, asking for suggestions and about their parking issues, reported lohud.com.
Feiner added that the idea of building a new garage for residents somewhere near the Four Corners has been floated, he said, but it could be costly and result in a tax increase, said lohud.com.
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