OSSINING, N.Y. The Village of Ossining Board of Trustees is looking for public input on a proposed ordinance amendment that would add a stop sign and parking restrictions on Edward Street.
The board unanimously agreed Tuesday night during its regular meeting to set the public hearing for 7:30 p.m. Feb. 21 at the Birdsall/Fagan Police Court, 86-88 Spring St. Village officials said the proposed amendment to the vehicles and traffic code includes consideration of a 2.5 ton weight limit for vehicles traveling on Ramapo Road.
Mayor William Hanauer said the weight limit was being considered because of the recently proposed construction of a CVS in the Chillmark Shopping Center in nearby Briarcliff Manor.
One of the topics of the hearing will be the weight limit on Ramapo Road and that comes directly out this process, Hanauer said, referring to a process mentioned by Village Manager Richard Leins.
Leins told residents in attendance that comments from Ossining had been submitted to the Briarcliff Manor Board of Trustees for consideration.
Id like the neighbors of Ramapo Road to know the Village of Ossining submitted comments to the Village of Briarcliff approximately six months ago, Leins said. As a result of some board deliberation, we resubmitted some additional comments on the revised site plan. So they do have some of our comments that attempt to address some of the neighbors concerns.
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