Action Needed: Your Signature to object to WJWW’s construction of Massive Industrial Plant in Kensico Watershed
Please read the FAQ’s on PEPA’s website which provide more information about this issue or read a one page flyer here.
Final thoughts: Given the importance of the Kensico Watershed, it makes no sense to construct a large industrial filtration plant in the area selected by WJWW. This is especially true when they own an alternative location that has already been studied/approved outside the Watershed.
Wed, Dec 18, 2013 • Trinity Presbyterian
This is a follow-up to the meeting notice regarding the Trinity Presbyterian Church presentation at the December 17, 2013 session of the Town Village Harrison Planning Board.
At last night's meeting, the Trinity Presbyterian Church applied…Read More
Sun, Dec 15, 2013 • Anderson Hill Road
Our community is presently facing a plan of significance. The plan involves a religious organization, which wants to construct a building for worship on the Anderson Hill Road corridor. PEPA is concerned about additional construction,…Read More
Sat, Sep 7, 2013 • Harrison
Mayor Belmont's September 2, 2013, newsletter addressed his concern for "the road condition on Route 120-Purchase Street," and he announced "after several discussions with NYS Department of Transportation, the Town of Harrison should be enjoying…Read More
Thu, Aug 1, 2013 • General
The Purchase Environmental Protective Association (PEPA) is saddened by the news of the passing of Board Member Peter Flanigan. Throughout his life as a business executive, political advisor, and philanthropist he was a loyal and…Read More
Sat, May 11, 2013 • Westchester Airport
Dan Offner's article County Airport to Update its Master Plan appeared in The Harrison Review this summer. Here is an excerpt:
"One of several key issues taken into consideration by the county and their…Read More
Sun, Jan 27, 2013 • Harrison
I wanted to bring to your attention a very important initiative to create a Public-Private Partnership to renovate Harrison's Downtown Library, which is in critical need of improvement. The effort is being led by Ross…Read More