Byram residents say traffic and dangerous driving threaten their neighborhood safety and quality of life.
Across the river in Port Chester, where Main Street is being redeveloped with multi-story buildings, residents will funnel through Byram to reach I-95 exit 2. Continue Reading →
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 →
Port Chester Mayor Falanka and CT State Rep Steve Meskers (District 150) Share concerns of increased traffic from proposed Tarry Lighthouse development. Continue Reading →
“I worry about not just noise and air pollution, but lost travel time and public safety concerns for our EMT, Fire and Police vehicles that will have a hard time.” – Greenwich First Selectman Fred Camillo Continue Reading →
In addition to the 274-unit “Tarry Lighthouse,” the Port Chester Planning Commission reviewed an application for another 9 story building on South Main Street and a 44 table restaurant on Willow. Continue Reading →
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 →