Stop WJWW from Destructive Building in the Protected Watershed on Airport Property
Westchester Joint Water Works is moving ahead to remove over 6 acres of forest and build a massive plant when they do not own the land they propose to build on. The land is currently a green space at the Westchester County Airport and subject to a “land swap” or land sale that would need to be approved by the Westchester County Board of Legislators in the future.
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Mon, Oct 1, 2007 • General
PEPA supports an interconnected network of primary, regional and local trails that will link communities and parks. With the ever increasing emphasis on the need to be physically active to sustain and improve physical and…Read More
Mon, Mar 5, 2007 • Harrison
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