CORTLANDT, N.Y. -- The Town of Cortlandt has received the New York Planning Federation Award, Supervisor, Linda D. Puglisi, Town of Cortlandt, has announced.
The Award was given for the Town's recently adopted new Sustainable Comprehensive Master Plan.
Puglisi accepted the award in Saratoga Springs April 28, along with Councilman Seth Freach, Master Plan committee member, and the committee's planning staff members, Chris Kehoe, Rosemary Boyle-Lasher, Michelle Robbins; town attorney, Tom Wood, and a representative of consultant, AKRF, Anthony Russo.
The plaque will be placed in the town hall, said Puglisi.
"On behalf of the Town of Cortlandt, I was very honored to receive the 2016 prestigious New York State Planning Federation award for our recently adopted Sustainable Comprehensive Master Plan."
"It took our 20 member committee with staff and our consultants over two years to complete. The sustainable issues were a common thread throughout our new plan. We addressed all aspects of planning for our town's next decade: environmental, economics, infrastructure, recreational and housing needs, open space and our land that abuts the Hudson River.," said Puglisi.
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