Harrison residents raise $90K in legal fight to stop senior housing development

TRD New York /
Apr.April 26, 2018 02:40 PM

Angry Harrison residents want to halt a senior housing development that was unanimously approved by the town board in 2016. To that end, they’ve raised $90,000 because they believe the 7.3-acre development is too big, out of character for the neighborhood and likely to cause traffic woes. The development firm, Brightview, has already reduced the units to 148. Construction hasn’t begun as Brightview still needs permits from the town. [LoHud]


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