Trinity Presbyterian Church Update

Sun, Nov 1, 2015 • Trinity Presbyterian

The Town Village Harrison (TVH) Planning Board considered the applicant’s submission of their Final Environmental Impact Statement, at the October 2015 Planning Board meeting, and accepted it for completeness.

PLEASE NOTE: By accepting the Trinity application as complete the Board has not approved it. Rather this means the application has been filled out and the applicant has supplied necessary information and has answered questions. Now the Planning Board must take a hard look at the application to determine if the information supplied and answers actually meet the requirements necessary for approval by the Planning Board.

PEPA has remained steadfastly opposed to this plan since it first appeared in 2013. Professional consultants (Harris Beach, Attorneys at Law and Louis Berger, Planning Consultants) were retained by PEPA. Their analyses revealed the project contained myriad deficiencies.

As soon as the FEIS is made available our professional consultants will critically review it. They will focus on determining if the significant deficiencies they raised during the DEIS review, as well as questions posed by the public remain unaddressed by the FEIS.

Please note the Town has not yet posted the FEIS (the DEIS is still posted today 11/1/15), but we expect the FEIS will be posted soon. We recommend periodically checking the TVH website here

Again, PEPA will review the FEIS (once it is made public) with equal diligence and prepare comments that will be presented and submitted at the public hearing. Copies of the consultant’s new letters will be posted to our website when available. Previous comments from PEPA consultants can be found here:

Our consultants most recent findings of any and all deficiencies will be presented at the Public Hearing on the Trinity Church FEIS on November 17, 2015 at the Alfred F. Sulla, Jr. Municipal Building, One Heinemann Place, Harrison, New York 10528.

Please mark your calendar. Attendance at this Public Hearing is critical in order to properly oppose the developer's plan.

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