GREENBURGH, N.Y. -- The Town of Greenburgh is seeking a $250,000 state grant to make it easier for the public to access land data, according to town officials.
Greenburgh and the villages within its boundaries are working together to obtain funding through the state's Local Government Efficiency Grant Program, which will enable all disclosable information to be available on Greenburgh's GIS website, including digital surveys, subdivision information, zoning data, tax maps and structures transformed into digital sketches, town officials said.
The grant, which the town would match 10 percent of, would also permit Greenburgh to purchase up to four computer kiosk work stations at town hall, town officials said. Residents could utilize the kiosks to view town and village documents. Each village would also be able to buy a computer for use in their municipality.
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