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Greenburgh Postpones Vote On Sports Bubble

GREENBURGH, N.Y. – Greenburgh town officials postponed a vote on the Game On 365 lease until Tuesday because Councilman Ken Jones was ill.

The town board will vote on the proposed lease at 10 a.m. Tuesday in a special meeting. The meeting will be combined with the regularly-scheduled work session that starts at 9:30 a.m. in the auditorium at Greenburgh Town Hall.

The proposed lease with Game On 365 would last for 15 years. The deal includes bringing a 94,000-square-foot domed sports field and 15,000-square-foot clubhouse to the abandoned lot at 715 Dobbs Ferry Road. The sports complex would house four turf fields and two hard-court surfaces.

Under the proposed lease, Greenburgh seniors would receive free membership. Feiner said the property is currently generating zero revenue.

Game On would pay approximately $260,000 in rent for the Dobbs Ferry Road site. Game On would also pay Greenburgh $125,000 to complete an environmental study and clean-up of the former Frank's Nursery property.

Greenburgh residents have been actively opposing the proposed lease. A group launched thehelpburstthebubble.com website and has sent out mailings with criticism of the project.

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