of a lease with Ferncliff. She declined comment on the town's decision to pursue alternative options, saying "we have to do our due diligence on this."
"I'm upset because leasing the facility to Ferncliff is the best use of the property, and it would help keep taxes down," Feiner said. "We can't wait indefinitely for the county to act."
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"The issue for us is a question of whether Greenburgh is fulfilling its lease," Jenkins said. "We are not averse to following up with legal action to make sure the terms of the agreement are fulfilled. If it's not, we'll happily take back our property and conduct our own search."
Town officials, however, are tired of waiting for Astorino to submit legislation, and have instructed Town Attorney Tim Lewis to prepare by Oct. 1 a request for proposals from organizations that provide affordable housing services.
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Greenburgh will seek new tenant for former WestHELP shelter site if Westchester doesn't act soon on lease
with Ferncliff to find a suitable location in Westchester.
Town Supervisor Paul Feiner and County Executive Rob Astorino support leasing the 108 unit shelter to Ferncliff Manor, a Yonkers based school for children with developmental disabilities, which would raze the existing apartments and build new facilities on the campus.
what should be done with the vacant WestHELP homeless complex, the Greenburgh Town Board says it plans to solicit proposals for the property if the county doesn't take action this month.
When Greenburgh took custody of the complex on the Westchester Community College campus, it was the town's largest revenue producing asset, aside from property taxes, accounting for $1.2 million a year. Feiner says a deal with Ferncliff could bring in approximately $530,000 annually, while an affordable housing provider would likely pay Greenburgh between $150,000 to $250,000. Under the terms of the agreement, Jenkins said the town is required to provide low and moderate income housing on the property without excluding seniors.
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