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.
Please read the FAQ’s on PEPA’s website which provide more information about this issue or read a one page flyer here.
How Can you help?
Call and/or write to your local Westchester County legislators
Sun, Dec 5, 2021 • Harrison
Please see attached comments from the Purchase Environmental Protective Association (PEPA) regarding the draft solar energy ordinance being proposed by the Town/Village of Harrison. It was referred to the Town Board by the Planning Board…Read More
Sun, Feb 23, 2020 • Harrison
There are items on Tuesday’s Agenda that may be of interest including two Public Hearings - Scoping Sessions.
Where: Harrison Municipal; Building, 1 Heineman…
Sun, Feb 23, 2014 • Harrison
Your attendance at this meeting is critical! There are multiple items on the agenda that could change the character of the Purchase:
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
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
Tue, Dec 13, 2011 • Harrison
PEPA has combined forces with the HMRA (Harrison Mamaroneck River Association) and the Brae Burn Neighborhood Group to fight the Falcon Group’s Sherman Avenue Subdivision Application under the PEPA umbrella.
Each group has been speaking out…Read More