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Coming Up: Parker at the Summit- May 20

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from the Larchmont-Mamaroneck Summit-

Westchester County Legislator Catherine Parker:
“A Legislator Hard at Work – from Playland to Environmental Summit and Everything in Between”

Tuesday, May 20th, 7:45-9:00 a.m.
Nautilus Diner, 1240 W. Boston Post Rd., Mamaroneck, NY 10543
$8 for Breakfast

Hear what  Westchester County Legislator Catherine Parker has to say about:
Rye Playland
Environmental Issues
Affordable Housing
Taxes
And More!

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Ted Carroll
Ted Carroll
7 years ago

Maybe ask her about this:

The Rye City Review goes to White Plains – finds Playland bombshell on April 24th:

-Entire Rye City Council was unaware of “alternative” Playland Field House use provision according to Rye Democratic County Legislator Catherine Parker – but SHE was.

-Rye City Council never had a copy of the actual county agreement with SPI says Parker – but SHE did.

-Rye City Review finds Rye officials unavailable or unwilling (Rye Deputy Mayor Brett) to comment on previously undisclosed Field House alternative uses provision.

-Clause provides for allowable additional uses of the Field House facility including, but not limited to, “community business functions, awards banquets, civic gatherings, Boy/Girl Scout functions and exotic car shows.”

-Pinnacle Indoor Sports – SPI’s Field House management company – hosts GUN SHOWS and expos at their other facility.

(Noam Bramson, load, lock and call your office.)

Read the full new story here –

http://www.ryecityreview.com/spi-field-house-to-allow-for-more-than-sports/

And here is Catherine Parker from The Rye City Review on April 3rd, 2014 – when supposedly ONLY SHE knew about the alternative use provisions for the new Field House –

“In my opinion, hiring land use attorneys at $10,000 was unnecessary. …At a meeting between Mayor Joe Sack, Deputy Mayor Laura Brett, Deputy County Executive Kevin Plunkett and myself, Plunkett stated that while the county would be the lead agency, [the county] would take an advisory opinion from Rye…I stated that if Mayor Sack directed staff and commissions, Rye could bring their findings to the meeting with the Board of Legislators. As a legislator for Rye, I feel an additional sense of responsibility to incorporate the advisory opinion of Rye into my deliberations.”

Read the full prior story with Ms. Parker’s quotes here –

http://www.ryecityreview.com/spi-suspends-review-process/

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