This Week in The Villages: By now it has the ring of a lyric you can’t get out of your head: “The TZ Vista project is again on the agenda at a special Planning Board meeting.” (Okay, it ain’t Dylan or Mann or RZA. But yes, more TZ Vista planning this week.) And more music for your ears: Clarkstown gets a historic property, Nita Lowey fights for Meals on Wheels, and the New NY bridge westbound span is all aglow. There’s also Tuesday night music in Memorial Park, a free outdoor movie on Wed and NO PARKING on Main Street for Thursday’s Classic Car Night.
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This Week in The Villages: will offer a bit of everyone’s favorite extracurriculars: music, sports and TZ Vista. The Music on the Hudson Series continues this week. There will be a pickleball primer (no pickles involved). And the TZ Vista project is on the agenda at the Planning Board meeting; the project is in the final stages of environmental review.
by Max Cea
Nyack, May 11 — It’s T-minus 24+ hours to TZ Vista time for the Nyack Village Board. The 7:30p May 12 meeting at Village Hall will be the big one, the Super Bowl of Village Board Meetings, a polestar to local pugnacity, a potential inflection point in Nyack’s infrastructure, economy, and, yes, that elusive and perhaps indefinable but very much paramount descriptor, character. If you’ve been paying attention, you know what’s on the line. If you haven’t, EVERYTHING IS ON THE LINE.
NyackNewsAndViews will be streaming the meeting live from Village Hall at 7:30p. We’ll post the link on Twitter @NyackNewsNViews, on Facebook.com/NyackNewsAndViews and in the comments section of this story when the proceedings begin. Use the hashtag #TZVista on Twitter to comment — and to follow others comments during the meeting.
What is EVERYTHING?
It’s a story about two stories — in the opinion of some — too many stories.
by the Village of Nyack Trustees
Some people recently received an anonymous, unsigned mailer titled “Protect Nyack’s Waterfront.”
It is important to understand that we on the Village Board take our responsibility to steward this village toward appropriate and fiscally responsible decisions very seriously. We live here, we pay taxes here, we have raised our families here and we love it here. The village faces big challenges, and we face each challenge with a clear-eyed, common sense approach with the best interests of all in mind, not just those fortunate enough to live right on the waterfront. The anonymous mailer was a passionate bit of “creative writing,” but it was not factual.
by Jen Laird White, Mayor of Nyack
Nyack’s Free Fifteen parking initiative; the village holds a roundtable public session on a relaunched waterfront zoning text amendment, Nyack takes its first TAP steps on Broadway; Comperhensive Plan progress; the artful Nyack Window project brightens downtown storefronts.
by Owen Voutsinas-Klose
It’s not quite as exciting as the opening skit to Saturday Night Live, but it’s certainly more important to Nyack residents, businesses and visitors than NBC’s long-running sketch comedy. And it’s just as live: in person at Village Hall on Wed at 7p, or live streaming on Twitter at @NyackNewsNViews.
Nyack’s Village Board will hold a public workshop on revising the Nyack Comprehensive Master Plan (CMP) on Wednesday, December 2. The CMP is a document that outlines the broad goals for zoning in the village, including waterfront development, housing and sustainability.