Outdoor water Park and an indoor water park. Question answered.
Take a ride up to Lake George and visit the old amusement park that was taken over by 6 flags.They built an indoor water park across the street, and a huge water park behind the original park. The strip of beach/land that is not used north of playland is a perfect spot for a water park... View Comment
All I have to say is "Westhelp". Anyone who knows cuomo's past knows that westhelp was a disaster. He put welfare housing in an afluent neighborhood, and the crime rate went up 500%!
He promised that no drug addicts or prostitutes would be living there, yet the Greenburgh police department had several officers there every night arresting drug dealers and prostitutes.
The project was quietly abandoned and tore down after the neighbors had been tormented for close to 15 years!! View Comment
Sustainable Playland is a group of wealthy Rye residents who want to eliminate all the rides at Playland and turn it into a park. This group has no history in Westchester, all they know is that the noise from Playland bothers them during the summertime...
Adding CAI was a last minute movement so that SP could keep their deal.
What I want to know is, if SP eliminates all the rides and turns it into a park, and they file for bankruptcy after 3 years, who has to pay to turn the park back into an amusement park? Or will it just be a loss for everyone? View Comment
I'm glad no one was seriously injured, but I'm also glad this prick crashed!! For the past two years, everytime their is a nice day, he has been flying over my house at low altitude every 7 minutes (Yes, I timed him).
I know I moved close to an airport 30 years ago, and I haven't minded it until this prick came along. Hopefully now he will give it up, or the airport will give him a new flight plan..... View Comment
Remember when Andrew Cuomo put WestHelp in Greenburgh? He said that no criminals, drug addicts, or prostitutes would live there.
Within a month, the crime rate in the surrounding neighborhood went up 1000%, and the police were there every night arresting people on drug and prostitution charges. Yup, and that's what they want to bring to the upscale communities of Westchester. Thier isn't racism in the housing market, if a black family can afford to live in Bedford, then they can. If a Hispanic family wants to live in Rye, and can afford it, they are welcome to do so.
What the federal government wants to do is take local communities where housing is zoned to one or two acres per house, and they want to put in townhouses. They want to destroy our residential communities, and Bromson would give them every opportunity to do it..... View Comment
Everyone has a right to live in these towns, if they can afford to pay the same thing everyone else does to live in these towns. To say that poor people have a RIGHT to live in influential communities is a joke.
NO ONE has a right to live anywhere, unless they can make money and afford to live there...
This is socialist liberal bullsh_t at it's best..... View Comment
My question is that if sustainable playland removes as many rides as they would like, revenue will decrease sharply. This group of wealthy Rye entrepreneurs are really doing this to control the noise and amount of "non-residents" coming into their town.
Will they be able to make the 1.2 million dollar payments for ten years when their income has decreased so sharply, or will they remove all the rides, file bankruptcy 3 years later, and leave Playland in shambles...
Hmmm... If you figure in the square milage of each city/town mentioned, Harrison is getting the short end of the stick.
Purchase St. in Purchase has gotten to the point where the road is more pothole patches then actual pavement... View Comment
So how come the Journal News isn't printing a map with directions to their houses, like they did to every legal gun owning American citizen in the area?
Oh yeah, these are the 1%ers that have money to sue them.... View Comment
What a blow-hard, standing up there on the podium, screaming and yelling like a lunitic.
NY has some of the toughest gun laws in the country. It takes up to 10 months to get a pistol license in Westchester County, that's the longest amount of time in the country!
NYC, along with Chicago and Detroit, have the toughest gun laws of any city in the country, and all three have the highest ILLEGAL gun crimes in the country!!
You can pass all the gun laws you want, but they only effect good, honest citizens. the criminals do not abide by the law.
Oh, and by the way, the 2nd amendment is not about owning a gun for hunting or target shooting. It is about allowing the citizens of this once great country to protect themselves from tyrants and an out of control government, kind of like the ones that stand on a podium screaming and yelling that they want to ban guns..... View Comment