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CHAPPAQUA JOURNAL, THURSDAY, DEC. 25,1980 & JAN. 1,1981 CSSFEFUSECO. continued from page 1 prove that its equipment is adequate and customers will be asked if it is doing an adequate job, on January 13. Sewer extension sought January 13 was also chosen for the public hearing on Robert H. Rosenberg's request, for exten­ sion of the King-Greeley Sewer District, at his own expense, to his two vacant lots of Crossways, where he plans to build. TOWN BOARD continued from page 1 like decibel-testing equipment, he explained. \But we know that state law allows us to regulate construction as we do when we issue a building permit.\ This new law is an amendment in the zoning section of the Town Code. mmmmmmmmmimmmmm''' ZONERS continued from page 1 propriate garage or outbuilding which shall not be used for human habitation.\ The property could be further built on or sub­ divided if a road was constructed over land other than the 50-foot strip. Wayne and Shelagh Slock- bower now own the former Molz property. The former Ray property now belongs to the Timothy Byrnes. Mr. and Mrs. Hawkins are the only original signers ol the covenant who remain. \Noise motorcycles\ Letters written against Mrs. Slockbower's application say the accessory apartment will cause disruption of the neighborhood. Two cited \the frequent and SUBSCRIBE heavy use of 'recreational' vehicles\ on the Slockbower's property, including the 50-foot access strip. Philip Ward of 116 Devoe Road, who was in favor of the Slockbower's application, ad­ ded, \The road is already used as a shuttle raceway for various rather noisy motorcycles, and I fail to see how the proposed con­ struction will change that.\ Timothy Byrne, one of the present parties to the covenant, wrote to the Board on November 26 stating that he had no objection to the proposed accessory apar­ tment. At the Dec. 17 Zoning Board meeting, Mr. Byrne said that at the time he wrote the let­ ter, he did not think the apar­ tment would compromise the 1963 agreement. George Hawkins, an original signer of the 1963 agreement, argued that the apartment would compromise the covenant. He further stated that he did not think the Zoning Board should have become involved in the mat­ ter. Mrs. Slockbower said the ac­ cessory apartment would not mean an increase in traffic as her son already lives on the property. The accessory apartment had seemed like a perfect option, she insisted, for a young working adult living at home, as \this way he can have his privacy and still be close to home.\ Mrs. Slockbower said she has not decided whether she will ap­ peal the decision in court. Chappaqua Journal Serving the Town of New Castle EDITH HAHN, Publisher and Editor Published weekly by Harrison Communications, Inc. Chappaqua Journal is a member of the Cross Westchester Weeklies Group MAILING ADDRESS: Box 77, Chappaqua, N.Y., 10514 TELEPHONE: 769-0304 If no answer, call 273-8801 ONE YEAR SUBSCRIPTION $10.00 Member, Cross Westchester Weeklies Group ChappaQua Journal-Harrison Independent North Castle News-Pleasantville Post Laerdal...on the scene. Serving your community with the finest resuscitation training aids and emergency medical equipment available. Manufacturers of: Rcsuso-Anne [•(PI - '•: r ; A^rp. intubation Trammq Models AOu t an<; infant Ra<j Mask Resuscitators F.m.jrqcnry RCMJSC 'atif.n Krts • Fmerqency Aspirators LAERDAL MEDICAL CORP. 1 Labuola Court. Armonk. New York 10504 In Canada Safety Supply Co , Toronto. Ont Branches Coasl-to-Coast t

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