Future of Elmwood Country Club under discussion

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GREENBURGH – In recent years there has been much discussion over the future of the 109 acres of the former Elmwood Country Club in the Town of Greenburgh.

Town Supervisor Paul Feiner said after many public hearings and environmental, traffic reviews there seems to be a consensus  to allow 113 single-family homes to be built as well as 14.2 acres dedicated as parkland.

The Greenburgh Town Board has scheduled a public hearing for 7:30 p.m. on July 13 at town hall to consider a zoning map amendment (Conservation district overlay zone) related to the Elmwood Preserve project and property located at 850 Dobbs Ferry Road.

Feiner said the town board has decided to support 113 detached one-family residences at Elmwood instead of townhouses. Recently, the applicant prepared and submitted a conservation subdivision layout based on the 113 detached one family residences.