New Rochelle City Council approves redevelopment plan

By Evan Fallor

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Nearly one month after accepting a final generic environmental impact statement for the project, New Rochelle’s City Council at its Dec. 8 meeting unanimously approved the largest and most ambitious downtown redevelopment plan in the city’s history. The Downtown Overlay Zone, a collection of six districts over 274 acres branching out from the city’s transit center,…

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Evan Fallor covers county government, retail, education and tourism for the Westchester County Business Journal. He previously worked as a town reporter for the Republican-American (Waterbury, Ct.) and the News-Times (Danbury, Ct.). He holds a Master’s degree from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism.

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