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Published by Halston Media, 2020-06-03 11:51:40

Yorktown News 06.04.20

Vol. 9 No. 10 Visit TapIntoYorktown.net for the latest news. Thursday, June 4, 2020

TOWN BOARD

Trio of
environmental
proposals lead

the way

Girl Scouts get involved BY BRIAN MARSCHHAUSER
CONTRIBUTING EDITOR
PHOTO COURTESY OF THERESA BRANCIFORTI
Solar permitting legislation was reintroduced at last week’s
e Yorktown Girl Scouts held a Community Food Drive held at the United Methodist Church on Town Board work session as two solar carport projects continue
to move forward.
April 30 and May 6 in support of the community Center of Northern Westchester Food Pantry. e
“Solar still remains a very intense area in the development of
troops collected six cars full of donations that included food and clothing items that will be distributed to our region in New York State,” said John Tegeder, the town’s
planning director. “ is is still a hot, hot area in development, in
thousands of households across more than 38 Communities in Northern Westchester. particular in the town. We happen to be in an area of Con Ed
that still has some available land, and that makes it attractive for
If anyone is interested in helping out this cause, contact Julia Liuicci, Yorktown Girl Scouts at [email protected] this part of the county.”

aol.com for more info. GRANITE KNOLLS
e rst such project is proposed for the Granite Knolls Sports
e scouts also delivered more than 200 headbands to Northern Westchester Hospital. Troops 2091,
Complex. Sunrise Solar Solutions is looking to lease airspace
1482, and 2033 participated. SEE MORE PHOTOS ON PAGE 3 above the facility’s parking lot for at least 25 years, with two ve-
year options to follow. e solar company would pay Yorktown
$60,000 annually (increasing 1.25 percent every year).

e carport, in addition to shading cars, would serve as a com-
munity solar farm.

“All that energy is going to go on the grid, and it will be avail-
able to Yorktown residents,” said Doug Hertz, CEO of Sunrise
Solar Solutions. “Yorktown residents will have the rst opportu-
nity to buy into the system.”

e solar farm would only be available for Con Edison cus-
tomers, who would get 10 percent o their bills.

SEE PROPOSALS PAGE 19

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pg 16-17
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