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The bases for denying the project "were merely … rationalizations for a predetermined negative result that the planning board had committed itself to long before issuing (its) findings,” the petition states.
“The project does not promote environmental protection” the village planning board found, or “the most appropriate use of land.”
The village was “continually moving the goal posts,” the developer argued, and was refusing the accept any version of its environmental report.
The village is “continually moving the goal post,” according to a petition filed Nov. 22 asking Westchester Supreme Court to compel Mamaroneck to act.
Development would take place on 29 acres of the 116-acre property at 1025 Cove Road, off Orienta Avenue.
Hampshire Recreation LLC now moves into prepping its final environmental impact statement, which will be reviewed by the village of Mamaroneck’s Planning Board.
The court upheld a ruling that backed the village's zoning appeals board's decision to permit the country club to host nonmember events there.
Hampshire Country Club’s owners and developer Toll Brothers hope the third time is a charm for their redevelopment proposal.
The owners of the Mamaroneck country club submit a redevelopment plan to the village, marking the third proposal for the property in the last year and a half.
The club is suing the village and facing community opposition but still hopes it will be able to construct condominiums on its 120-acre property in Mamaroneck.
With rezoning off the table, club may pursue single-family subdivision
Hampshire Country Club's owners want a rezone to build 121 luxury condos or 106 code-compliant one-family homes.