Town Of North Hempstead News

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At a recent meeting, the Town of North Hempstead Council addressed several issues concerning villages in the Roslyn area.
The council approved holding a public hearing to consider the application of Bolla EM Realty and Willis Avenue Properties East for a special use permit for the premises located at 225-255 Willis Ave., Roslyn Heights.
The proposed action is the redevelopment of a 55,733 sq. ft. parcel (1.28 acres) with a new 4,175 sq. ft. convenience store with drive-through and gasoline service station with canopy, including improvements to drainage, lighting, and landscaping.
The council also approved an Aug. 8 hearing date to consider the application of Sterling Astoria for a special use permit for premises located 114 Northern Blvd., Greenvale.
The proposed action is the construction of a 1,325 sq. ft. one-story, drive-through coffee shop on a 19,560 sq. ft. (0.45-acre) parcel with associated improvements to drainage, lighting, and landscaping.
Also in Greenvale, the council approved another Aug. 8 hearing date for a public hearing to consider the adoption of an ordinance affecting Chesnut Street in Greenvale. The adoption of these ordinances will establish a school zone speed limit on Chesnut Street, Walnut Street and Locust Street.
Back to Roslyn, the council approved a resolution authorizing the execution of an agreement with the Roslyn Union Free School District for the use of parking spaces at North Hempstead Beach Park, Port Washington.
Finally, the council approved a resolution authorizing the North Shore Audubon Society to include Gerry Pond Park and the Clark Botanic Garden trail on the “I Love NY” bird trail map.
Gerry Pond Park is named for Roger and Peggy Gerry, the Roslyn couple who played a major role in the village’s restoration efforts, which over the years, has earned the village national recognition.
—Information by the Town of North Hempstead

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