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Port Chester ZBA Considers Tarry Lighthouse. “Folks Like Village’s Rusty, Dusty Form”

About a dozen residents of Byram and Port Chester shared their opinions on the proposed 7-story, 242-unit development that would replace the entire block bordered by North Main St, Mill St, Abendroth and Highland St. Most opposed the project, several cited the appeal of the existing diverse and historic buildings. Continue Reading →

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Tarry Lighthouse: Just Over Mill St Bridge, 274 Units, Retail/Restaurant Proposed in Port Chester

A nine-story mixed use development with 274 studio and one bedroom apartments and retail/restaurant at ground level is proposed just over the Mill Street Bridge in Port Chester, NY. The applicant’s traffic impact study said there would not be a significant impact on nearby intersections, and therefore no roadway improvements were suggested. Continue Reading →

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Sonora Offers 20% Discount through August to Mark 20th Anniversary

To mark the restaurant’s 20th anniversary, Sonora in Port Chester is offering a full 20 percent discount on its menu through August. Chef/owner Rafael Palomino anchors his Rectory Street restaurant in Latin American cuisine, though for the last few years, he has been incorporating many culinary recipes from other kindred countries, such as Portugal and Peru. Continue Reading →

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Hepatitis A Exposure Reported at bartaco Restaurant in Port Chester

The Westchester County Department of Health learned an employee with the illness worked at bartaco restaurant while infectious. They recommend individuals who ate or drank at bartaco between October 12 and October 23 receive preventive treatment against Hepatitis A, a viral illness that affects the liver. Preventive treatment is only effective if given within two weeks of exposure. The restaurant will reopen after it has been re-inspected and approved by the Westchester County Dept of Health. Continue Reading →

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