Soil Testing at Frank's Nursery: Your Questions Answered at Nov. 27 Meeting

soil testing for Game On complex.

The town of Greenburgh has retained a professional consultant - Woodward & Curran to conduct soil testing at the old Frank's nursery to determine the extent of contamination on the property and to recommend a remediation plan. Anthony
Catalano of the firm will meet with the Town Board at an open session on Tuesday
November 27th at 9:30 AM. Our meetings are streamed live on the internet: www.greenburghny.com and televised on the local Greenburgh access channels.

If you have any questions you would like to ask about the soil testing and analysis - please send it to vcarosi@greenburghny.com and copy me a pfeiner@greenburghny.com. All written questions will be answered at the meeting. We would appreciate it if you would send in your questions as soon as possible (hopefully before Thanksgiving) so Mr. Catalano will have sufficient time to review the questions and to respond.

On election day voters approved a lease agreement with Game On to build a sports facility at the old Frank's nursery. Cleanup of the property must take place before any facility opens.











Anthony C. Catalano, P.E. BCEE, Senior Vice President with
Woodard & Curran Engineering, P.A. P.C., is confirmed to speak to the Town
Board and address questions and concerns related to the current and continuing
Phase II Environmental review of the Town property at 715 Dobbs Ferry Road, FKA
Frank’s Nursery. He will be prepared with a brief presentation to better inform
all about the testing protocol, general information about how various project
sites with detected contaminants are addressed, the role of the DEC to this
project site, possible uses of the project site with respect to the pollutants
found, and next steps with regards to more research, testing and / or analysis
that may be required. 








Victor G. Carosi,


Commissioner of Public Works


Town of Greenburgh



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