Photo credit: Xavier Mascareñas | A plan for a four- to five-story affordable housing development at 54 Hunts Place in Chappaqua, bound by the Saw Mill Parkway, Metro-North Railroad tracks and the Route 120 bridge, was called inappropriate by the Town of New Castle Architectural Review Board. (Nov. 28, 2012)
The controversy over building affordable housing in Westchester is about to undergo another painful round as the village of Chappaqua considers revisions to plans for a development on an industrial parcel sandwiched between the railroad tracks and the parkway.
On one side are outspoken residents who want their affluent town and village to become more diverse. On the other are critics with...
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