Friday, January 30, 2009

NEW RESTAURANT ON E HARTSDALE AVE


Most downtown areas in the nation are experiencing trouble. East Hartsdale Ave, which had many vacancies five or six years ago, will be 100% occupied by new and old businesses. This is the latest good news for the avenue...

RESOLUTION SCHEDULING A PUBLIC HEARING FOR WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 2009, AT 8:30 PM, TO CONSIDER A SPECIAL PERMIT APPLICATION BY MASALA KRAFT CAFÉ FOR A RESTAURANT IN THE HARTSDALE CENTER DISTRICT ZONE

WHEREAS, a Public Hearing is required to consider a special permit application by Masala Kraft Café to operate a 760 sq. ft. Indian snack food restaurant with ten (10) seats at three tables and four (4) counter seats in the Hartsdale Center District Zone for a proposed project; and

WHEREAS, the store is located at 206 East Hartsdale Avenue
WHEREAS, pursuant to Section 285-29.2B(2) of the Zoning Ordinance, the Town Board shall be the approving agency and may grant a special permit for restaurant uses; and

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Town Board of the Town of Greenburgh that the Town Clerk set a Public Hearing for Wednesday, February 11, 2009 at Greenburgh Town Hall, located at 177 Hillside Avenue, Greenburgh, New York, at 8:30 p.m. or as soon as possible thereafter, to consider the special permit application submitted by Masala Kraft Café for a restaurant located 206 East Hartsdale Avenue in the Hartsdale Center District Zone and designated on the Tax Assessment Map of the Town as Volume 8, Section 31, Sheet 21, Block 8211, Lot 7.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Just wondering - Why would a restaurant need a special permit?

Anonymous said...

Not enough parking spaces.

hal samis said...

Paul,

What is most unusual for you is that you have not "alerted" the community to the opening of a women's boutique on East Hartsdale Avenue. Now open about a month, it unusual in that it is the first "soft goods" store to open "downtown" in at least 20 years.

PAUL FEINER AGREES WITH HAL said...

Good point, Hal. I stopped by at the store today and asked them to write up something about their store---business is slow and I want to help them become a success. Great minds must think alike because I stopped by before I read your blog post! If this store is successful it will be a real boost to the avenue.

curry in a hurry said...

indian cafe - fantastic
please post menu asap
thx

curry in a hurry said...

indian cafe - fantastic
please post menu asap
thx

CSEA worker said...

Can't afford to go out to eat. Paul, you take my raise and give it other people.

poor Hal !! said...

Great minds must think alike

hahahaha! *thud*

ed krauss said...

Just curious, Paul, did you get paid for the Public Relations mention on this blog?

Maybe it can be underwritten by paid advertsers.

krauss should retire said...

ed - you are sinking into a crank