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joe thrapp April 24, 2014 at 12:29 PM
THE MEETING WILL BE HELD AT THE VILLAGE HALL AT 7:00 PM ON MAY 5th. Now that this meeting on 62Read MoreRock away is truly noticed please come and voice your right to speak on this issue.
That RVC guy April 24, 2014 at 08:43 PM
How can the board justify over-ruling the concerns of 200 residents? WHats the point of a board inRead Morea small village if the concerns of 200 people dont trump a developers? WIthout making specific allegations, the appearance of impropriety is strong.
joe thrapp April 24, 2014 at 09:57 PM
The Village board can act as strict or as flippant as they want depending on who they know and whoRead Moret hey don't know. They can call for studies on environmental review or act blind to the traffic impact on a project. I only hope that Larry Levy, former head of LI Newsday editorial Board ,who lives in front of 62 Rockaway at 99 South Park finds out. I believe he will have a lot to say about this new attempt to destroy the South side of RVC. The Village Board would never allow this crap to happen in North RVC. Not one of the Board lives in South RVC, so they never look out for us. Look how they allowed Echo Liquors after 10 years of closing to reopen with no traffic review and bring the ease of liquor buying to our children. I guess the fact that former North RVC village Trustee Peter Rubin representing the owners helped a little bit. I understand what you mean Mr. RVC guy, like you I fell uncomfortable to make allegations on the appearances of impropriety. Sometimes, the obvious is so hard not to make a judgement.
joe thrapp April 14, 2014 at 11:42 AM
I forgot to mention the Village Board increased their revenue projection for parking fines. TheRead Moreprop osed kiosks will allow the Enforcement agents to electronically check the kiosks for all 16 cars parked per kiosk for time violations. More time for more tickets with more Enforcement agents not fewer. RVC the eating capital and one of the towns on Long Island with the highest income from parking fines
Chris April 23, 2014 at 08:23 AM
I avoid RVC at all costs.