Sustainable Playland Halts Review of Plans

Citing serious legal roadblocks to the review of its plans, Sustainable Playland has asked that the review process be put on hold

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To the Editor: Start the Children’s Museum

It is unconscionable that Astorino would hold hostage a project that benefits all of Westchester’s children in a misguided effort to extort the privatization of a public park.

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Legislators Want the Keys to Playland

Several Democrats on the Westchester County Board of Legislators (BOL) called on County Executive Rob Astorino to hand over the keys for Playland

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See the Playland Petition Here

More than 1,000 people have signed an online petition against reducing the amusement ride area at Playland
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Legislators Dispute Playland Plan,Children’s Museum Lease

Legislators wanted to know if taxpayers would be stuck with any bills.
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‘Sustainable Playland’ Wins Bid to Develop Playland

The Playland proposal submitted by the nonprofit group, Sustainable Playland of Rye, which takes a holistic approach that is environmentally sustainable for developing the historic property, was chosen.
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Tonight: A Vision for Playland’s Future

As you probably know, Playland will close in its current form, and a few proposals are being considered for its future. Among them is Sustainable Playland , a plan that “takes a holistic approach to create a year-round destination that will unlock the full recreational, environmental and entertainment value of Playland while respecting the historical integrity of the Park.” Sustainable Playland will hold an open meeting Tuesday, February 28, 7:00 PM at the Mamaroneck Library (enter by Emelin Theater) Come learn about the only locally generated proposal for the re-invention of Playland from the architects and developers who hope to make it a reality. About Sustainable Playland: Sustainable Playland is a grass-roots, non-profit organization that submitted a proposal for the re-invention of Playland Park in March 2010. We are the only homegrown proposal among the three finalists being considered by the County Executive.
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