Internet based journal created to document environmental and architectural conditions in Scarsdale under the non-partisan system governing. Read our efforts to preserve this town. Read articles Scarsdale10583.com or the local newspaper The Scarsdale Inquirer will not publish! Come to Scarsdale, see what a beautiful town this is worthy of UNESCO World Heritage designation. But our elected resident volunteers will not protect this town. We need your help to preserve it forever, for all !

Monday, September 30, 2013

Mistakes...

Dear Residents, Readers,

In Scarsdale we have resident volunteers who serve on our land use boards. Their actions are governed by the Village Code. Our board members listen to applicants as well as residents objecting or approving ( none of those recently...
)  and decide.

Lately, frequently the application reviews have been acrimonious and contentious. Too many projects are being deemed too big, too much, not in character, insensitive, etc.

A recent example is One Palmer that was scrutinized forever, through many boards. A resident Coalition, the Heathcote Coalition was formed and yet, a very able attorney herself Janet Bell, even said: "Lika, they ( the boards )  do not listen"... Similarly,  Millicent Kauffman of the Coalition was exasperated and said" Lika, we tried"...

And now, months later we have a huge monstrosity. They lost their only tenant, they went over Village land and had to pay penalties, they did not even conform to the plans they presented to the BAR. At the meeting on Wednesday night, September 25th, Trustee Brodsky said" We are working on it ( how to make good on all the bad they have caused... )  A frustrated resident herself victim to senseless development on Dell and Rock Creek Lane asked: "When is it going to get razed ? Nobody likes it. "

And now, you would think with 20/20 hindsight, the current application for 2-4 Weaver Street would be approached with sensitivity. No, plans for a residential building four times the size of One Palmer was in front of the BAR last week.


One Palmer

Depot Place
 

Depot Place Tower

Christie Place Condominiums

Heathcote Manor on Weaver Street
The Dance Studio on Sunday, September 29th,  2-4 Weaver, who needs a huge monster here ?????

The Planning Board Chair who had approved One Depot Place, herself admitted publicly that it was a mistake, that even she hated it. At the BAR meeting last Monday, the Chair himself this time admitted One Palmer was a mistake... How many more do we need ?

Time to acquire 2-4 Weaver by eminent domain, not to sell Village Land and give this town the park it deserves so much, after all these "mistakes " and abuse. Waste of our time, not needed aggravation... Why do they claim they are listening to us, when nothing is heard, nothing is done ?

Our zoning, our building laws have to be amended to reflect current environmental conditions and residents' needs. We all know the NY SEQRA is a joke and is decades behind the times.

Time for Scarsdale to wake up and act !


Friday, September 27, 2013

Petition to Save Scarsdale ...


Petition to Save Scarsdale and UNESCO Criteria


Dear Readers,

I will put this  post, in every month,  so it will be easier to access the petition.


Sign my petition: Click here to sign the petition to preserve Scarsdale  to urge our 

Trustees to act to conserve Scarsdale, our architectural and environmental heritage.

Forward to all, resident and non-resident alike or else watch a potential World Heritage site get buried live: our architectural and environmental heritage get lost, bit by bit, day after day descend into the abyss of an inferno engulfing us all.

From the UNESCO World Heritage Site:

The Criteria for Selection

To be included on the World Heritage List, sites must be of outstanding universal value and meet at least one out of ten selection criteria. These criteria are explained in theOperational Guidelines for the Implementation of the World Heritage Convention which, besides the text of the Convention, is the main working tool on World Heritage. The criteria are regularly revised by the Committee to reflect the evolution of the World Heritage concept itself.

Until the end of 2004, World Heritage sites were selected on the basis of six cultural and four natural criteria. With the adoption of the revised Operational Guidelines for the Implementation of the World Heritage Convention, only one set of ten criteria exists.
Cultural criteriaNatural criteria
Operational Guidelines 2002(i)(ii)(iii)(iv)(v)(vi)(i)(ii)(iii)(iv)
Operational Guidelines 2005(i)(ii)(iii)(iv)(v)(vi)(viii)(ix)(vii)(x)
Selection criteria:
  1. to represent a masterpiece of human creative genius;
  2. to exhibit an important interchange of human values, over a span of time or within a cultural area of the world, on developments in architecture or technology, monumental arts, town-planning or landscape design;
  3. to bear a unique or at least exceptional testimony to a cultural tradition or to a civilization which is living or which has disappeared;
  4. to be an outstanding example of a type of building, architectural or technological ensemble or landscape which illustrates (a) significant stage(s) in human history;
  5. to be an outstanding example of a traditional human settlement, land-use, or sea-use which is representative of a culture (or cultures), or human interaction with the environment especially when it has become vulnerable under the impact of irreversible change;
  6. to be directly or tangibly associated with events or living traditions, with ideas, or with beliefs, with artistic and literary works of outstanding universal significance. (The Committee considers that this criterion should preferably be used in conjunction with other criteria);
  7. to contain superlative natural phenomena or areas of exceptional natural beauty and aesthetic importance;
  8. to be outstanding examples representing major stages of earth's history, including the record of life, significant on-going geological processes in the development of landforms, or significant geomorphic or physiographic features;
  9. to be outstanding examples representing significant on-going ecological and biological processes in the evolution and development of terrestrial, fresh water, coastal and marine ecosystems and communities of plants and animals;
  10. to contain the most important and significant natural habitats for in-situ conservation of biological diversity, including those containing threatened species of outstanding universal value from the point of view of science or conservation.
The protection, management, authenticity and integrity of properties are also important considerations.
Since 1992 significant interactions between people and the natural environment have been recognized as cultural landscapes.

Another mistake, coming up !!!

Dear Residents, Readers,

I attended part of the BAR meeting on  Monday, September 23rd, where 2-4 Weaver Street was discussed and 24 Herkimer prior to that. The BAR in its capacity to try to alter the esthetics did all it could to make those two homes on Dell and Rock Creek Lane look smaller... But they cannot alter the square footage. That is up to the Village Board, and the Board is still very unresponsive. After six months in office, they still have to meet with the Planning Board, they still have to enact laws to safeguard our Village.

2-4 Weaver Street is another disaster in the making. The VB is saying it's preferring residential use to commercial use, but we will end up with a huge boxy building -again- ! This is after One Palmer, after Heathcote Manor on Weaver Street, after One Depot Place, after Christie Place... One would think those were enough, I guess not.

The Trustees have tried hard, but they have to try harder.

The Trustees say the residents will have an opportunity to voice their opinion and many of them do, but the residents are finally disgusted with the process since there is no indication that our comments are being heard. Seems like Nazi Germany all over again. They do not listen to anyone !

To sell Village owned land for another monstrosity is not acceptable. To say that the owner could develop the property to make a commercial building is not acceptable. The only sensible and right solution is to change the zoning at 2-4 Weaver Street so that these kinds of big projects are not feasible any more. No, they are pretending this solution does not exist. I am very disappointed. All very capable men and women, many of them lawyers, residents with many years of experience and  the obvious is escaping them ! Why ? Because we need more ratables, more tax revenue... That is not an answer.

There is no end to that kind of rationale. Scarsdale will be covered with concrete all over and they will still want ratables. There is no satiating the appetite for tax revenue, but our Village landscape is deteriorating under their watch. It is the end for Scarsdale in the making - again !!!

Thursday, September 19, 2013

The Mayor and Village Board of Trustees



   I am very appreciative if not in awe of the hard work our Mayor and Trustees put in to govern our Village. They are volunteer residents who have been elected for this job. Their terms are scattered so new trustees come on board in April, and a Mayor is elected every two years. They are on a revolving door basis whereas the professional staff has been serving the Village for years, sometimes decades.
They set policy, or so we think, the staff carries out their duties with their guidance.

However, the task of the Trustees is so burdensome, that I feel they are crushed under the burden. For example, when Mayor Flisser was in office, I would get answers to my e-mail via return e-mail, but now it is back to the old days, when even your e-mails remain unanswered, let alone our many requests, pleas.

I have been trying to draw attention to the "development" going on in our Village ever since Mayor Flisser days going back even further than that to 2009... Very little was done. I had every confidence this board would be different. They have now been in office since April, again very little, if nothing.

They have scheduled meetings. They have now met with the CHP, the BAR, the Planner. They will meet with the Board of Appeals. I hope they will also meet with the Planning Board. So far, nothing on the calendar.

They held a meeting about an "Open Space Fund" they wanted to institute. I sent my comments via e-mail, since I could not attend the meeting. My e-mail was not answered. I read about the meeting in the local newspaper and was dismayed and disappointed by the lack of initiative. They have referred the matter to the Scarsdale Forum and the League of Women Voters.... The Forum's Zoning and Planning Committee has submitted numerous reports to them urging for the importance of open space, etc. for years. I was part of such a report... No, pass the buck on, delay is again the norm. Very disappointing.

I finally last spring, decided to attend as many meetings of our boards as I could to gain a solid understanding of the processes. I attended meetings of the BAR, the CHP, the Planning Board, the Board of Appeals and the Village Board of Trustees.

I think this was very important, and very informative. If one does this for a two week period when all the boards are in session one gets an idea of what is involved. The whole scenario repeats itself, in the following weeks...

Nobody was doing this, however. If a trustee did this, he or she would understand "the disconnect"'s the residents, are all talking about...

The Planner, for example does not attend the BAR meetings nor the CHP meetings. The Manager does not attend any of these meetings. I know they are very busy during the week to attend night meetings when these meetings are held. But maybe they should have an afternoon or two off, so that they can attend these volunteer chaired, land use board meetings and hear from the residents. No, all week long they hear from the developer, the builder and the resident is the nay-sayer enemy... Bu it is the resident who pays the taxes, who truly owns this Village.

The Village Board members, as liaisons, are supposed to attend these meetings, but I have not seen them, since I assume they are so busy with all their duties, they hardly find time to do what they are required to do. Maybe this, they think is not that important. But these meetings are where the grieved residents are, and this is precisely where they should be, all the time, every time.

Thus, I think a review is urgently needed so that our elected officials and the staff finally do serve this Village and this Village gets the care it needs.

Otherwise look what is going on:

This is 73 North Chase Road: These big homes should not be allowed on plots a quarter of an acre or less...

On North Chase Road, a huge home, three stories high with no yard !

Right down the street, a typical one story home with plenty of yard...One an ugly monster, the other a beauty !





Petition to Save Scarsdale and UNESCO Criteria


Dear Readers,

I will make this the last post, so it will be easier to access the petition.

Newer  blogs will be below the UNESCO criteria blog.  I hope this will make it easy for anyone to access the  petition and understand the UNESCO criteria.

Sign my petition: Click here to sign the petition to preserve Scarsdale  to urge our 

Trustees to act to conserve Scarsdale, our architectural and environmental heritage.

Forward to all, resident and non-resident alike or else watch a potential World Heritage site get buried live: our architectural and environmental heritage get lost, bit by bit, day after day descend into the abyss of an inferno engulfing us all.

From the UNESCO World Heritage Site:

The Criteria for Selection

To be included on the World Heritage List, sites must be of outstanding universal value and meet at least one out of ten selection criteria. These criteria are explained in theOperational Guidelines for the Implementation of the World Heritage Convention which, besides the text of the Convention, is the main working tool on World Heritage. The criteria are regularly revised by the Committee to reflect the evolution of the World Heritage concept itself.

Until the end of 2004, World Heritage sites were selected on the basis of six cultural and four natural criteria. With the adoption of the revised Operational Guidelines for the Implementation of the World Heritage Convention, only one set of ten criteria exists.
Cultural criteriaNatural criteria
Operational Guidelines 2002(i)(ii)(iii)(iv)(v)(vi)(i)(ii)(iii)(iv)
Operational Guidelines 2005(i)(ii)(iii)(iv)(v)(vi)(viii)(ix)(vii)(x)
Selection criteria:
  1. to represent a masterpiece of human creative genius;
  2. to exhibit an important interchange of human values, over a span of time or within a cultural area of the world, on developments in architecture or technology, monumental arts, town-planning or landscape design;
  3. to bear a unique or at least exceptional testimony to a cultural tradition or to a civilization which is living or which has disappeared;
  4. to be an outstanding example of a type of building, architectural or technological ensemble or landscape which illustrates (a) significant stage(s) in human history;
  5. to be an outstanding example of a traditional human settlement, land-use, or sea-use which is representative of a culture (or cultures), or human interaction with the environment especially when it has become vulnerable under the impact of irreversible change;
  6. to be directly or tangibly associated with events or living traditions, with ideas, or with beliefs, with artistic and literary works of outstanding universal significance. (The Committee considers that this criterion should preferably be used in conjunction with other criteria);
  7. to contain superlative natural phenomena or areas of exceptional natural beauty and aesthetic importance;
  8. to be outstanding examples representing major stages of earth's history, including the record of life, significant on-going geological processes in the development of landforms, or significant geomorphic or physiographic features;
  9. to be outstanding examples representing significant on-going ecological and biological processes in the evolution and development of terrestrial, fresh water, coastal and marine ecosystems and communities of plants and animals;
  10. to contain the most important and significant natural habitats for in-situ conservation of biological diversity, including those containing threatened species of outstanding universal value from the point of view of science or conservation.
The protection, management, authenticity and integrity of properties are also important considerations.
Since 1992 significant interactions between people and the natural environment have been recognized as cultural landscapes.

Audubon Hog Island Preserve

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This past June, I was lucky enough to spend a couple of days at the Field Ornithology camp of Audubon in Maine. Here is the story I wanted to share with you in support of our preservation efforts here in Scarsdale:

I knew it was going to be perfect with Kim and Kenn Kaufman and Scott Weidensaul, three of the most important names in Ornithology today, in attendance as teachers, but who knew I would even learn more about Emily Dickinson ?

It all started when I walked in to the dining hall and was attracted to a newspaper clipping on the cork board. It said a new picture of Emily Dickinson had been found, finally after the one we have all come to see so many times. I thought  “great”, but why Emily Dickinson in Maine, Audubon ?

Interesting enough, the answer came that night when we learned about Hog Island’s history. Hog Island had been an inn till 1910 when Mabel Loomis Todd, original editor of Emily Dickinson’s poetry and her husband bought the property. They were living in Amherst, MA and her husband was an astronomer there.

Later the island passed on to their only daughter who then gave it to Audubon. But Mabel Loomis Dodge was having an affair with Emily Dickinson’s brother and she acquired her poetry when Emily Dickinson died. She would have been about 30 and edited them heavily as the saying goes and is responsible for much of Emily Dickinson’s poetry as we have it today. I heard Mabel Loomis Dodge brought Emily Dickinson’s poetry in trunks and poured over them on Hog Island where the family
would vacation in the summer. One day we hiked to the home they used in the summer. They showed me the desk Mabel Dodge would have worked on, it is still there in what is now called  the “Queen Mary”…They showed me a dusty trunk as well, bearing witness to all that lovely poetry that came to us via Hog Island and now, I who had been to the Emily Dickinson’s homestead in Amherst finally understood how all that poetry that was found after her death, became the poetry books we have…The part that was passed on hastily by the tour guide, came to being. They found her poetry, and then it was published… An affair helped along the way. Birds have a way of connecting the dots…


Our days on Hog Island were just as exciting as that first bit of information. Hog Island was being run by Maine Audubon when it was transferred to main Audubon and programs started all over again. The buildings are now refurbished, many different programs being run, from Field Ornithology to the Art of Birding. Check out http://hogisland.audubon.org for some Fall programs still available among which Fall Migration on Monhegan Island…

The whole island can also be rented for those interested. The week we left a sailing group was coming to have the island for a week.

Hog Island is about 330 acres and is easily reached by boat from Bremen, another Audubon site in a matter of minutes. Once on the island, there are dormitory style rooms, with hot running water and great meals. Most days we were on a boat cruising the bay with excellent commentary by Scott Weidensaul or Kenn Kaufman offering their knowledge on the avian population we were witnessing. Nearby is Egg Island where puffins have been brought back thanks to the novel methods of Steve Kreiss (http://www.audubonmagazine.org), also one of the teachers during our week, and the cover story of the current issue of Audubon magazine.

They are really this small, picture below… We were able to catch them mist netting and then banded them. Once you hold one of these in your palm, you are transported to another dimension of the universe…



Our days started at about 7:00 a.m. breakfast and went on till about 9:00 p.m. with a little break in between. Among the activities:

Early Morning BirdWalk







Intro to Ornithology







Shakedown Cruise







Hog Island Hike







Eastern Egg Rock (for puffins)




Osprey Nest

















At nights more talks about Migration, Hog Island history, etc.









Here below, a fishing boat in the colors of the sunset:






One of the many nesting warblers making their home on Hog Island



And these were the puffin shaped cookies at the farewell dinner:




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Monday, September 9, 2013

Scarsdale homes demolished since 1928...

Dear Readers, Residents,

Recently I was able to get this list of all homes demolished since 1928, from the Village Manager's Office.

If you have a little time in hand and are statistically inclined, you will see how many more homes have been progressively demolished in the last decade alone.

In the last 12 years from 2001 to 2013, ( bear in mind 2013 is not over yet, these figures are as of August 2013) 209 homes have been demolished. But in the 72 years prior to that from 1928 to 2000 139 homes were destroyed.

A little math will reveal the truth we have all been feeling: The rate of destruction is now ( the last 12 years )  at 17.4 houses per year, about 9 times as fast as in the previous 72 years...

From 2011 to the present, August 2013 there has been 64 homes demolished. That is about 32 houses per year... Our Village is changing way too fast... 

On top of old homes being demolished, we are all aware of the new homes being built in every double lot or if the lot size does not permit it, BOA approval is being seeked. Too much building, too much destruction !





 Demolitions
Add #
Address
Permit Date
Description
31
STRATTON RD
8/6/2013
CHP-DEMO SINGLE FAMILY HOUSE, DECK AND GARAGE BUILT IN 1950
11
PINECREST RD
7/18/2013
CHP- DEMO EXISTING HOUSE (BUILT IN 1926)
53
PENN BLV
6/27/2013
PARTIAL DEMO OF TWO STORY PORTION OF EXISTING HOUSE & DETACHED GARAGE
15
HERKIMER RD
6/25/2013
CHP-DEMO EXISTING HOUSE BUILT 1938
36
GARDEN RD
6/19/2013
CHP-DEMO EXISTING HOUSE
3
SHERBROOKE RD
4/3/2013
CHP-DEMO EXISTING HOUSE-BUILT IN 1902
217
ROCK CREEK LA
3/19/2013
CHP-DEMOLISH THE EXISTING HOUSE
10
OGDEN RD
2/14/2013
CHP- DEMO EXISTING HOUSE BUILT IN 1949
2
RECTORY LA
2/1/2013
CHP-DEMO HOUSE & GARAGE BUILT IN 1937
25
VANDERBILT RD
1/29/2013
CHP-DEMO HOUSE BUILT IN 1950
73
CHASE RD
1/23/2013
CHP-DEMO EXSITING HOUSE
346
HEATHCOTE RD
1/17/2013
CHP-DEMO HOUSE BUILT IN 1929
50
BROOKBY RD
1/16/2013
CHP-DEMOLITION OF EXSITIING HOUSE, DRIVEWAY, & PATIO
25
COOPER RD
1/15/2013
CHP-DEMO EXISTING HOUSE BUILT IN1954
20
PARKFIELD RD
1/8/2013
CHP-DEMO EXISTING HOUSE BUILT IN 1962
7
HARVEST DR
1/7/2013
CHP-DEMO EXISTING HOUSE, FOUNDATION TO REMAIN ( BUILT 1954)
11
DICKEL RD
12/12/2012
CHP-DEMO EXISTING HOUSE BUILT IN 1921
15
KELWYNNE RD
12/11/2012
CHP-DEMO EXISTING HOUSE BUILT IN 1928
118
SPIER RD
12/3/2012
CHP-DEMO EXISTING HOUSE BUILT IN 1952
8
KENT RD
11/20/2012
CHP- DEMO EXISTING HOUSE BUILT IN 1952
4
JEFFERSON RD
11/5/2012
CHP-DEMO EXISTING HOUSE-HOUSE BUILT 1924
12
FAIRVIEW RD
11/5/2012
CHP-DEMO EXISTING HOUSE BUILT IN 1925
18
STONEWALL LA
10/2/2012
CHP DEMO EXISTING HOUSE BUILT IN 1954 & INGROUND POOL.
16
CAMBRIDGE RD
9/26/2012
CHP - DEMO EXISTING HOUSE BUILT IN 1951
64
FAYETTE RD
9/21/2012
CHP- DEMOLITION HOUSE
9
STONEHOUSE RD
9/10/2012
CHP-DEMO EXISTING HOUSE BUILT IN 1951
7
WAKEFIELD RD
8/24/2012
CHP-DEMO HOUSE BUILT IN 1952
14
STRATTON RD
8/22/2012
CHP-DEMO EXISTING HOUSE BUILT IN 1951
101
SHELDRAKE RD
8/14/2012
CHP- DEMO EXISTING HOUSE-BUILT IN 1954
3
MEADOW RD
8/2/2012
CHP-DEMO EXISTING HOUSE BUILT IN 1948
34
WAYSIDE LA
7/31/2012
CHP-DEMO EXISTING HOUSE BUILT IN 1956
8
WAKEFIELD RD
7/16/2012
CHP-DEMO EXISITNG HOUSE BUILT IN 1950
15
GATEHOUSE RD
6/21/2012
BAR - CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS-FOR DEMOLITION
4
COLONIAL RD
4/13/2012
CHP APP 10/18/11-DEMO EXISTING HOUSE BUILT IN 1950
60
SHELDRAKE RD
4/13/2012
CHP-DEMO EXISTING HOUSE BUILT IN 1954
75
HAMPTON RD
4/4/2012
CHP APP 10/18/11-DEMO EXISTING HOUSE ROW -3000.00
11
WYNMOR RD
3/26/2012
CHP- DEMO EXISTING HOUSE-BUILT IN 1935


4
DELL RD
3/21/2012
CHP APP 10/18/11-DEMO EXISTING HOUSE BUILT IN 1950
1
DUCK POND RD
11/30/2011
CHP-DEMO EXISTING HOUSE (BUILT 1902)
339
HEATHCOTE RD
11/22/2011
CHP APP. 10/18/11- DEMO HOUSE - CLOSED WITH NEW HOUSE BP#141369
24
RICHBELL RD
11/2/2011
CHP APP. 2/15/2011-DEMO HOUSE & POOL
39
OXFORD RD
10/28/2011
CHP-DEMO HOUSE, GARAGE, POOL, TENNISCOURT & GREENHOUSE (HOUSE BUILT 1952)
49
WILDWOOD RD
10/14/2011
CHP-DEMO EXISTING HOUSE (house built in 1952)
7
ONEIDA RD
10/14/2011
CHP APP. DEMO HOUSE
14
WILDWOOD RD
10/6/2011
CHP APP.-DEMO EXISTING HOUSE
40
CARTHAGE RD
9/9/2011
DEMO
15
OGDEN RD
9/6/2011
CHP APP. - DEMO HOUSE BUILT IN1953
14
FAIRVIEW RD
8/29/2011
CHP-DEMO EXISTING HOUSE BUILT IN 1925
8
WHEELOCK RD
8/16/2011
CHP APP. -DEMO EXISTING HOUSE BUILT 1954
140
SAXON WOODS RD
7/29/2011
CHP-DEMO EXISTING HOUSE-CLOSED UNDER CO#30301 (FOR NEW HOUSE)
14
CONTINENTAL RD
7/8/2011
CHP APP.- DEMO EXISTING HOUSE-BUILT IN 1949
15
STONEHOUSE RD
6/16/2011
CHP-DEMO EXISTING HOUSE
33
MEADOW RD
5/17/2011
CHP-DEMO EXISTING HOUSE BUILT IN 1956
21
MORRIS LA
4/27/2011
DEMO HOUSE BUILDING PERMIT
19
CONTINENTAL RD
4/26/2011
CHP- DEMO EXISTING HOUSE
34
SHELDRAKE RD
4/20/2011
CHP APP 2/15/2011-DEMO EXISTING HOUSE (BUILT 1954)
40
MURRAY HILL RD
4/18/2011
CHP APP.-DEMO EXISTING HOUSE, POOL & POOL DECKING TO REMAIN
24
MYRTLEDALE RD
4/12/2011
CHP-DEMO EXISTING HOUSE (BUILT IN 1964)
63
GRIFFEN AVE
4/7/2011
CHP APP.-DEMOLISH ENTIRE HOUSE
20
BROOKLINE RD
4/7/2011
CHP - DEMO EXISTING STRUCTURE
10
NORMANDY LA
3/11/2011
CHP-DEMO EXISTING HOUSE AND POOL (BUILT 1928)
76
HAMPTON RD
3/3/2011
CHP APP-DEMO EXISTING HOUSE-SEE BP#140854
2
BERWICK RD
11/16/2010
CHP APP.-DEMO EXISTING HOUSE BUILT IN 1951
15
SECOR RD
11/8/2010
CHP APPROVED 7/20/2010-HOUSE DEMO
4
DRAKE RD
8/25/2010
CHP APP 12/15/2009-DEMO EXISTING HOUSE & GARAGE
56
OLD ORCHARD LA
8/10/2010
CHP- DEMO EXISTING HOUSE
123
BRAMBACH RD
8/9/2010
CHP approved 5/18/10-DEMO EXISTING HOUSE & GARAGE
53
PADDINGTON RD.
7/2/2010
CHP approved 4/20/10-DEMO EXISTING HOUSE
22
STONEHOUSE RD
6/23/2010
DEMO HOUSE CHP APP-12/15/09
3
MAYFLOWER RD
6/1/2010
CHP APP-12/15/2009-DEMO EXISITING HOUSE
51
SYCAMORE RD
5/11/2010
DEMO EXISTING HOUSE & POOL-CHP APP 1/19/2010
26
INNES RD
4/30/2010
CHP APP -1/19/2010-DEMO EXISTING HOUSE
8
MONTROSE RD
4/26/2010
CHP APP. 11/17/09-DEMO EXISTING HOUSE
5
REIMER RD
4/21/2010
CHP APPROVED 4/20/10-DEMO EXISTING HOUSE AND POOL HOUSE
2
WILLOW LA
4/19/2010
DEMO EXISTING HOUSE & POOL-CHP APP 1/19/2010
9
TORY LA
4/7/2010
CHP APP. 11/17/09-DEMO EXISTING HOUSE



14
OVERLOOK RD
4/6/2010
CHP APP -1/19/2010-DEMO EXISTING HOUSE
72
BREWSTER RD
4/6/2010
DEMO EXISTING HOUSE
214
MADISON RD
3/8/2010
CHP-DEMO EXISTING HOUSE
24
WYNMOR RD
1/11/2010
CHP APP. 9/15/09-DEMO EXISTING HOUSE BUILT IN 1937
17
CONTINENTAL RD
11/6/2009
CHP app. 8/18/09-DEMO EXISTING HOUSE BUILT IN1949
24
BUTLER RD
10/20/2009
CHP-APP. 1/21/09-DEMO EXISTING HOUSE
33
WYNMOR RD
8/25/2009
DEMO EXISTING HOUSE - CHP-APPROVED 6/17/09
51
LAWRENCE RD
4/24/2009
DEMO (see new house)
12
OLD LYME RD
1/9/2009
CHP APPROVED - 10/15/08 DEMO EXISTING HOUSE
9
BURGESS RD
12/18/2008
CHP- DEMO EXISTING HOUSE-APPROVED 9/17/2008
97
SPIER RD
12/1/2008
CHP-approved 8/13/08- DEMO EXISTING HOUSE
6
STONEHOUSE RD
11/24/2008
CHP APPROVED 8/13/08-DEMO MORE THAN 50% CLOSED WITH NEW HOUSE PERMIT
22
GREENACRES AVE
10/23/2008
Demo over 50%-CHP app. 4/8/07
46
FOX MEADOW RD
7/23/2008
DEMO TEMPLE-closed with BP#120453
20
BLACK HAWK RD
5/30/2008
DEMO
11
REIMER RD
4/21/2008
Demo
46
LINCOLN RD
4/8/2008
CHP-DEMO EXISTING HOUSE
26
CAYUGA RD
4/8/2008
CHP-DEMO HOUSE APP.1/16/08
30
HARVEST DR
2/28/2008
DEMO ENTIRE EXIST. HOUSE - CHP APPROVED 8/15/08
15
MEADOW RD
1/11/2008
CHP-Demo existing house
9
OAK WAY
1/11/2008
demo existing house
9
LEBANON RD
1/9/2008
CHP-Demo existing house
47
CARMAN RD
12/21/2007
DEMO
25
SHAWNEE RD
12/13/2007
Demolition of existing one family dwelling and garage
10A
HEATHCOTE RD
12/12/2007
CHP-Demo existing one family dwelling & accessory building
142
MADISON RD
12/12/2007
DEMO
16
SAGE TER
12/3/2007
demo
15
CONTINENTAL RD
11/20/2007
DEMO
10
CONTINENTAL RD
11/20/2007
Demo
14
STONEHOUSE RD
11/20/2007
CHP-demo house (greater than 50%)
10
STONEHOUSE RD
11/16/2007
New home (95% Demo CHP approved 3-21-07)
28
WYNMOR RD
11/14/2007
Demo
60
FAYETTE RD
10/15/2007
NEW HOUSE
21
CLAREMONT RD
9/18/2007
DEMO
96
BROOKBY RD
8/23/2007
DEMO
43
HAMPTON RD
7/13/2007
DEMO
20
WAYSIDE LA S
7/10/2007
demo
29
PADDINGTON RD
7/9/2007
DEMO
40
PARK RD
7/9/2007
CHP demo existing home



200
BREWSTER RD
6/28/2007
Demo
41
HARVEST DR
5/18/2007
DEMO ENTIRE HOUSE
59
CHURCH LA
4/19/2007
demo
35
MORRIS LA
3/28/2007
demo
189
HEATHCOTE RD
3/27/2007
DEMO
253
MAMARONECK RD
3/19/2007
Demo House
11
SAXON WOODS RD
3/19/2007
Demo House
9
SAXON WOODS RD
3/19/2007
Demo House
4
WINDWARD LA
1/31/2007
DEMO
10
AUTENRIETH RD
11/27/2006
demo
110
WALWORTH AVE
11/20/2006
demo
35
STRATTON RD
11/16/2006
DEMO
16
RECTORY LA
11/15/2006
NEW HOUSE
191
SAXON WOODS RD
11/14/2006
Demo house
14
BLACK HAWK RD
10/30/2006
Demo
222
MADISON RD
9/20/2006
Demo
52
HARVEST DR
9/12/2006
demo
141
BRITE AVENUE
8/10/2006
DEMOLITION
17
WYNMOR RD
5/24/2006
Demo
146
NELSON RD
5/11/2006
DEMO
63
LINCOLN RD
4/28/2006
DEMO PERMIT - demo greater than 51%
39
FAYETTE RD
4/26/2006
demo
26
JEFFERSON RD
4/20/2006
DEMO
100
CARTHAGE RD
4/12/2006
demo
19
HORSEGUARD LA
3/30/2006
Demo House
45
HARVEST DR
1/5/2006
DEMO
18
VANDERBILT RD
12/29/2005
Demo House
3
HILLVIEW DR
12/29/2005
demo
22
HARVEST DR
11/10/2005
Demo
72
PALMER AVE
11/4/2005
NEW DWELLING (DEMO GREATER THAN 50%)
74
FOX MEADOW RD
9/13/2005
Demo house
10
REIMER RD
8/16/2005
demo house
32
FARRAGUT RD
8/16/2005
demo house
22
GREENDALE RD
7/1/2005
Demo house
9
MAYFLOWER RD
6/13/2005
DEMOLISH HOUSE
12
CONTINENTAL RD
5/25/2005
Demo house
3
CONTINENTAL RD
5/25/2005
Demo house
32
FAIRVIEW RD
5/24/2005
Demo house
121
LEE RD
5/6/2005
Demo




4
STONEHOUSE RD
5/3/2005
Demo House
15
TOMPKINS RD
4/29/2005
Demo house
27
PADDINGTON RD
4/19/2005
demo house
12
PARK RD
4/8/2005
DEMOLISH HOUSE
31 A
PARK RD
4/6/2005
DEMOLISH HOUSE
3
ARCHER LA
3/29/2005
Demo house
15
TYLER RD
3/3/2005
demo house
45
SECOR RD
2/23/2005
demo house
4
SHARON LA
1/24/2005
demo house
57
CARTHAGE RD
12/29/2004
DEMOLISH HOUSE AND GARAGE
271
FOX MEADOW RD
12/14/2004
demo house
37
WYNMOR RD
12/1/2004
demolition permit
31
FAIRVIEW RD
6/30/2004
DEMOLISH HOUSE
18
FOX MEADOW RD
6/9/2004
DEMOLISH HOUSE
18
OLMSTED RD
5/18/2004
DEMOLISH HOUSE
5
OGDEN RD
5/13/2004
DEMO HOME
356
MAMARONECK RD
5/12/2004
Demo house
972
POST RD
4/1/2004
DEMOLISH HOUSE
8
CONTINENTAL RD
2/13/2004
DEMOLISH HOUSE
58
BRITE AVE
1/15/2004
DEMO HOUSE
8
HORSEGUARD LA
1/8/2004
DEMOLISH HOUSE
24
FAIRVIEW RD
1/7/2004
demo house
85
WALWORTH AVE
12/23/2003
DEMOLISH HOUSE
15
MAYFLOWER RD
12/18/2003
DEMOLISH HOUSE
11
SENECA RD
12/5/2003
demo house
30
PADDINGTON RD
11/25/2003
DEMO HOUSE
4
VALLEY RD
11/20/2003
Demo house to foundation except for family room and rebuild
10
OXFORD RD
11/17/2003
demo house
21
WINDMILL LA
11/13/2003
demo house 
185
SAXON WOODS RD
11/10/2003
demo house 
11
GRAND PARK AVE
10/7/2003
DEMO HOUSE
25
OVERHILL RD
9/19/2003
Demo house
86
PALMER AVE
7/18/2003
APPL:Demolish 
5
HORSEGUARD LA
7/10/2003
Demo house
54
FRANKLIN RD
7/10/2003
DEMOLISH HOUSE
15
POPHAM RD
6/13/2003
demolition
14
COLONIAL RD
5/29/2003
Demo house
18
WILDWOOD RD
5/19/2003
DEMO HOUSE
9
HEATHCOTE RD
12/2/2002
demo house and 2 accessory bldgs


127
BRAMBACH RD
11/26/2002
DEMO HOUSE
9
REIMER RD
11/12/2002
DEMO HOUSE AND 2 ACC STRUCTURES
34
MEADOW RD
9/6/2002
Demo house
42
CLAREMONT RD
8/9/2002
Demo house
46
HARVEST DR
7/17/2002
Demo house
79
GRIFFEN AVE
6/18/2002
DEMO ENTIRE HOUSE
11
HERKIMER RD
5/22/2002
Demo entire house
64
MORRIS LA
5/16/2002
Demo entire house
43
GARDEN RD
4/29/2002
Demo house
138
JOHNSON RD
4/8/2002
Demo house
122
BRAMBACH RD
2/4/2002
Demo house
108
CARTHAGE RD
12/6/2001
Demo entire house
164
BOULEVARD
11/26/2001
Demo entire house
15
HEATHCOTE RD
11/14/2001
Demo house
1
GARDEN RD
10/26/2001
Demo entire house
270
FOX MEADOW RD
9/18/2001
Demo house
12
SHERBROOKE RD
9/4/2001
Demo house
11
COOPER RD
5/31/2001
Demo house
17
COOPER RD
4/23/2001
Demo house
34
BUTLER RD
4/12/2001
Demo house
28
FAIRVIEW RD
2/28/2001
Demo house
404
HEATHCOTE RD
2/28/2001
demo house
109
BRAMBACH RD
2/20/2001
Demo house and tool shed
11
SCHOOL LA
1/24/2001
Demo house
242
NELSON RD
12/4/2000
Demo house
180
LYONS RD
10/2/2000
Demo house
8
HERKIMER RD
9/21/2000
Demo House
12
CUSHMAN RD
9/19/2000
Demo house
44
PADDINGTON RD
8/28/2000
Demo house
29
HAMPTON RD
8/17/2000
Demo house
110
BRAMBACH RD
7/24/2000
Demo house
93
CARTHAGE RD
7/19/2000
Demo house
43
MURRAY HILL RD
3/27/2000
Demo Home
64
GREENDALE RD
3/27/2000
Demo house
14
HEATHCOTE RD
11/4/1999
Demo House
5
HANOVER RD
9/24/1999
Demo home
22
HEATHCOTE RD
9/22/1999
Demo home
15
WINDMILL LA
9/7/1999
Demo home
51
DAVIS AVE
8/12/1999
demolish house asbestos report from Carnell Eng 7/30/99

53
CARMAN RD
7/29/1999
Demo house
60
CORELL RD
1/8/1999
demo house
75
GARDEN RD
12/8/1998
demo
94
BROWN RD
11/12/1998
demolition
237
HEATHCOTE RD
10/14/1998
Demolish structure
29
FERNCLIFF RD
9/25/1998
demolish existing house
15
NETHERMONT AVE
8/20/1998
Demo Buildings
243
BOULEVARD
7/29/1998
demo house/garage
117
BRAMBACH RD
7/29/1998
demolish home
149
JOHNSON RD
7/20/1998
Demolish structures
107
MAMARONECK RD
7/15/1998
demolish wood frame leave foundation
48
SAXON WOODS RD
4/14/1998
demo single family residence
5
COPPER BEECH LA
3/27/1998
Demolish structures
19
WINDMILL LA
12/4/1997
demolish existing house
42
FERNCLIFF RD
11/25/1997
demo house
12
CARSTENSEN RD
9/16/1997
Demolish dwelling - Single family home
4
BASHFORD ST
8/25/1997
demo residence
6
SHAW RD
5/28/1997
Demolish exist home/ structure
16
BURGESS RD
3/31/1997
Demolish dwelling & detached garage
4
RICHELIEU RD
3/18/1997
Demolish existing single family home
2
BURGESS RD
1/24/1997
Demolish dwelling
94
MORRIS LA
10/28/1996
DEMO HOUSE
51
SHELDRAKE RD
8/30/1996
Demo house
12
COOPER RD
5/28/1996
Demolition of house, detached garage & pool
152
WHITE RD
11/20/1995
Demolish existing dwelling
197
LYONS RD
10/11/1995
Demolish house & garage
8/28/1995
Demolish dwelling down to ground flr.
25
OAK LA
3/29/1995
Demolition of exsit- ing dwelling
17
WINDMILL LA
7/27/1994
PMT : 14187 - Demo existing dwelling *
14
WINDMILL LA
7/27/1994
PMT : 14186 - Demo existing dwelling *
15
BROOKBY RD
7/25/1994
PMT : 14179 - Demolish existing building*
28
HAMPTON RD
3/16/1994
PMT : 14003 - Demolish existing dwelling*
61
WEAVER ST
3/4/1994
PMT : 13995 - Demolish existing dwelling*
40
MORRIS LA
10/18/1993
PMT : 13872 - DEMOLITION OF HOUSE *
47
WALWORTH AVE
7/13/1993
PMT : 13757 - Demolish Existing Dwelling*
7
REIMER RD
7/28/1992
PMT : 13363 - DEMOLISH HOUSE & GARAGE *
178
WHITE RD
10/17/1991
void PMT : 13028 - DEMOLISH HOUSE & GARAGE *
1
SHERBROOKE RD
5/22/1989
PMT : 12180 - DEMOLISH OLD BUILDING *
9A
RICHBELL RD
2/14/1989
PMT : 12069 DEMO *

1
MERCER CT
2/8/1989
PMT : 12066 - DEMO HOUSE *
7
SHAW RD
10/18/1988
PMT : 11992 - DEMOLITION OF HOUSE - New house built in 1989 Permit 12013 *
362
MAMARONECK RD
6/23/1988
PMT : 11893 - DEMOLITION OF HOUSE *
32
CUSHMAN RD
5/10/1988
PMT : 11840 - DEMOLITION OF HOUSE *
42
BRADFORD RD
2/5/1988
PMT : 11750 - DEMO. ORIGINAL BUILDING
45
MONTROSE RD
12/11/1987
PMT : 11726 - DEMOLITION OF A HOUSE *
52
OLD ORCHARD LA
11/12/1987
PMT : 11703 - DEMOLITION OF HOUSE
10
COOPER RD
7/28/1987
PMT : 11604 - DEMOLISH *
19
DRAKE RD
7/10/1987
PMT : 11591 - DEMOLISH HOUSE BY FIRE *
10A
COOPER RD
5/18/1987
PMT : 11535 - DEMO.& NEW SINGLE FAM.HOUS*
20
SHERBROOKE RD
12/21/1986
PMT : 12043 - DEMO HOUSE *
168
BOULEVARD
12/19/1986
PMT : 11444 - DEMOLISH STRUCTURE *
17
WALWORTH AVE
12/5/1986
PMT : 11432 - DEMOLITION
19
DICKEL RD
11/18/1986
PMT : 11415 - DEMOLITION *
135
WHITE RD
6/25/1986
PMT : 11283 - DEMOLISH HOUSE *
24
HEATHCOTE RD
4/24/1986
PMT : 11208 - DEMOLISH HOUSE *
276
MADISON RD
3/24/1986
PMT : 11181 - DEMOLISH HOUSE
MAMARONECK RD
7/22/1985
PMT : 11059 - DEMOLISH 2 BUILDINGS *
295
MAMARONECK RD
7/22/1985
PMT : 11059 - DEMOLISH 2 BUILDINGS *
18
CUSHMAN RD
2/5/1985
PMT : 10934 - DEMOLITION *
109
MAMARONECK RD
3/30/1984
PMT : 10737 - DEMOLISH DWELLING *
15
GATEHOUSE RD
6/21/1983
PMT : 10592 - DEMOLISH HOUSE,POOL &COURT*
1
REIMER RD
5/26/1983
PMT : 10573 - DEMOLISH HOUSE *
14
CORNELL ST
4/27/1983
PMT : 10551 - DEMOLISH HOUSE *
161
GAYLOR RD
7/14/1982
PMT : 10423 - DEMOLISH BUILDING *
1
BROOKFIELD LA
5/22/1981
PMT : 10232 - DEMOLITION *
457
MAMARONECK RD
5/21/1981
PMT : 10230 - DEMOLITION *
34
POPHAM RD
7/25/1980
PMT : 10088 - DEMOLITION *
NULL
NULL
10/8/1979
PMT : 09963 - DEMOLITION *
135
BOULEVARD
9/27/1979
PMT : 09951 - DEMOLISH DWELLING
WAYSIDE LA
8/27/1979
PMT : 09927 - DEMOLITION *
16-Oct
POPHAM RD
2/23/1979
PMT : 09819 - DEMOLITION *
26
KENT RD
8/9/1978
PMT : 09740 - DEMOLITION *
26
INNES RD
7/7/1978
PMT : 09714 - DECK - HOUSE WAS DEMOLISHED 2010 *
NULL
NULL
5/2/1977
PMT : 09493 - DEMOLITION *
15
FREIGHTWAY
11/16/1976
PMT : 09413 - DEMOLITION *
103
BROWN RD
7/25/1975
PMT : 09207 - DEMOLISH DWELLING *
19
GRIFFEN AVE
7/31/1973
PMT : 08956 - DEMOLITION
18
CORNELL ST
7/31/1973
PMT : 08956 - DEMOLITION OF ONE DWELLING*


852
SCARSDALE AVE
5/16/1972
PMT : 08748 - DEMOLITION *
34
DRAKE RD
8/31/1971
PMT : 08651 - DEMOLITION *
61
POPHAM RD
10/5/1970
PMT : 08513 - DEMOLITION *
144
SAXON WOODS RD
10/9/1969
PMT : 08336 - DEMOLISH HOUSE *
1001
POST RD
4/15/1969
PMT : 08231 - DEMOLITION *
225
HEATHCOTE RD
11/7/1968
PMT : 08170 - DEMOLISH OLD HOUSE *
65
SAXON WOODS RD
10/30/1968
PMT : 08163 - DEMOLITION BARN & HOUSE *
311
MAMARONECK RD
8/27/1968
PMT : 08126 - DEMOLITION *
47
COLBY LA
8/19/1968
PMT : 08117 - DEMOLITION *
7
POPHAM RD
3/22/1968
PMT : 08014 - DEMOLISH BUILDING *
45
FENIMORE RD
3/8/1968
PMT : 07997 - DEMOLITION *
44
GREENACRES AVE
11/12/1967
PMT : 07953 - DEMOLITION/ALTERATION *
11
WEAVER ST
9/28/1967
PMT : 07919 - DEMOLITION *
14
WAYSIDE LA
5/8/1967
PMT : 07805 - DEMOLITION *
28
COOPER RD
10/3/1966
PMT : 07692 - DEMOLITION *
3
COOPER RD
6/20/1966
PMT : 07620 - DEMOLITION *
3
MOHICAN TR
3/7/1966
PMT : 07525 - DEMOLISH PRINCIPAL BUILDIN*
1A
SHERBROOKE
4/2/1964
PMT : 07175 - DEMOLITION *
17
FOX MEADOW RD
6/21/1963
PMT : 07054 - DEMOLITION *
279
MAMARONECK RD
5/2/1962
PMT : 06874 - DEMOLISH HOUSE & GARAGE *
906
POST RD
1/4/1962
PMT : 06814 - DEMOLISH DWELLING *
244
HEATHCOTE RD
3/8/1961
PMT : 06596 - DEMOLITION *
2A
OVERHILL RD
5/4/1959
PMT : 06252 - DEMOLITION *
48
CHURCH LA
8/15/1958
PMT : 06111 - DEMOLITION *
35
ETON RD
5/14/1957
PMT : 05886 - DEMOLITION *
8
CONTINENTAL RD
5/13/1957
PMT : 05885 - ENCLOSE PORCH* House was demolished.
268
GRIFFEN AVE
3/6/1957
PMT : 05842 - DEMOLITION *
24
MORRIS LA
5/15/1956
PMT : 05680 - DEMOLITION *
2
HEATHCOTE RD
5/14/1956
PMT : 05678 - DEMOLITION *
74
BROWN RD
12/13/1955
PMT : 05595 - DEMOLITION *
19
RURAL DR
11/1/1955
PMT : 05568 - DEMOLITION *
1
BARKER LA
10/31/1955
PMT : 05566 - Demo. 1st & 2nd st. enclo.*
21
RECTORY LA
1/20/1955
PMT : 05352 - DEMOLITION
19
GRIFFEN AVE
11/22/1954
PMT : 05309 - DEMOLITION
2
COPPER BEECH LA
10/20/1953
PMT : 05039 - DEMOLITION *
5
CONTINENTAL RD
6/19/1953
PMT : 04958 - ADD'N, DEMO. See BP#11632 *
50
POPHAM RD
9/23/1952
PMT : 04797 - DEMOLITION *
8
CONTINENTAL RD
12/15/1951
PMT : 04604 - ADD'N * Original house was demolished
4
STONEHOUSE RD
8/21/1950
PMT : 04282 - ORIG. HOUSE - House was demolished in 2005 *

16
HEATHCOTE RD
6/16/1950
PMT : 04233 - DEMOLITION
EAST PARKWAY
5/26/1950
PMT : 04221 - Demolition
5
HEATHCOTE RD
6/30/1947
PMT : 03768 - DEMOLISH *
1
DUCK POND RD
6/10/1943
PMT : 03436 - DEMOLITION REPAIR *
455
MAMARONECK RD
7/28/1941
PMT : 03333 - DEMOLITION *
2
NORMANDY LA
10/28/1940
PMT : 03231 - DEMOLISH OLD HOUSE *
1
CORNELL ST
8/14/1940
PMT : 03208 - DEMOLITION *
8
COOPER RD
5/20/1940
PMT : 03181 - DEMOLITION *
12
PARK RD
4/18/1940
PMT : 03168 - DEMOLITION *
18
SHERBROOKE RD
11/16/1939
PMT : 03122 - DEMOLITION
858
SCARSDALE AVE
6/1/1932
PMT : 02368 - DEMOLITION *
WEAVER ST
6/2/1931
PMT : 02239 Demo Building *
126
CARTHAGE RD
5/14/1930
PMT : 02036 - DEMOLITION *
3
RECTORY LA S
6/10/1929
PMT : 01849 - DEMOLITION *
37
FAYETTE RD
4/11/1929
PMT : 01785 - Demo.old/bdg.& new Dwellin*
54
BUTLER RD
3/11/1929
PMT : 01760 - DEMOLITION
2
NORMANDY LA
11/17/1928
One story farm house-demolished by addition to pool house 2004