This story has been updated with further comments from Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner.
GREENBURGH, N.Y. – Greenburgh officials have once again postponed a vote on the proposed Westchester Fieldhouse, as they say the deal has not been finalized.
Town Supervisor Paul Feiner said during Tuesday's board meeting the board would vote on the sports bubble at 11 a.m.Thursday at Greenburgh Town Hall.
“We still haven't concluded the negotiations with Game On, so we're going to be holding over the Game On vote,” Feiner said.
Feiner said the town would be presenting Game On 365 with additional terms for the lease, which would be for 15 years.
“We'll do that today, then they'll respond,” Feiner said. “Then we'll vote.”
In an email, Feiner said he could not discuss what additional terms the town is seeking before Thursday because the lease has not been finalized. Feiner said a number of changes had been made in recent weeks as the town board listened to citizens' constructive comments.
Feiner also noted Greenburgh has received a petition in favor of the Westchester Fieldhouse. Feiner said 13 of the 18 residents of Westchester View Lane, the road closest to the Dobbs Ferry Road site, support the proposal.
The proposed Game On 365 lease would bring a 94,000-square-foot domed sports field and 15,000-square-foot clubhouse, dubbed the Westchester Fieldhouse, to the site that formerly housed Frank's Nursery at 715 Dobbs Ferry Road.