The Larchmont Board of Trustees voted Nov. 21 to enact most of the proposed new local laws regarding preservation and development, which had been subject to a temporary moratorium. That moratorium, which had spared several large homes from demolition, at least for the time being, expired last month.
“While we don’t believe they go far enough and have reservations about the proposed changes to the laws that they have not yet voted on,” said Sarah Bauer of Preserve Larchmont, “this is a good start.”
Below you can see and download the laws that were adopted Nov. 21st, and (at the end of the document) the remaining proposed laws, which will be the subject of a Public Hearing Dec. 19.
Related: LoHud reports on expected development in Mamaroneck.