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
Fri, May 11, 2012 • Sherman Avenue
PEPA has learned that the applicant (Falcon Group) has filed an Article 78 , a special proceeding which allows for the challenge or review of administrative action in court. When an applicant disagrees with an…Read More
Thu, Feb 23, 2012 • Sherman Avenue
Mark your calendar to attend the Planning Board Meeting on Tuesday, February 28, 2012 at 7:30 PM
Sherman Avenue application is the first item on the agenda of this upcoming meeting. Please attend, your continued participation…Read More
Fri, Jan 27, 2012 • Sherman Avenue
Falcon Group – Sherman Avenue Application
PEPA’s recent letter to the Town raises serious issues about the Application's Stormwater Management Facilities Maintenance plan as well as Errors in the Stormwater Management Analysis. Read the…Read More
Wed, Dec 14, 2011 • Sherman Avenue
The SEQRA review comment period for the Sherman Avenue Subdivison proposed by the Falcon Group is ending on Friday the 16th of December 2011. If you have not submitted your remarks, concerns and questions to…Read More
Wed, Nov 30, 2011 • Sherman Avenue
The second public hearing on the Sherman Avenue Subdivision Proposal’s FEIS occurred and was closed on November 29, 2011. However the written comment period remains open, and remarks, concerns and questions can be submitted to…Read More
Mon, Nov 21, 2011 • Sherman Avenue
Let's continue to work together to prevent the Sherman Avenue Proposal that disturbs a very large portion, including wetlands and steep slopes, of the 14 acre site along the Mamaroneck River.