C.U.P.O.N. of Chestnut Ridge is an inclusive group of concerned residents allied in our shared commitment to keep our community safe and preserve the character of our neighborhood by stopping overdevelopment and illegal building activity in the Village of Chestnut Ridge.
1) Hold Chestnut Ridge elected officials and village administrators accountable for the consistent enforcement of all building codes, zoning laws and permit approval processes
2) Inform and educate village residents about issues that affect our neighborhood
3) Keep residents engaged and mobilized for positive change and action
4) Ensure all residents have a seat at the table and that our voices are heard before village decisions are made
The Village of Chestnut Ridge is located in the Town of Ramapo Rockland County, New York, north of the state of New Jersey; east of Airmont; south of Spring Valley and west of Clarkstown.
Chestnut Ridge was incorporated in 1986. Prior to 1986, Chestnut Ridge was an unincorporated area within the Town of Ramapo.
When enrolling in the Cease and Desist list you will have to provide consent to have your name and address published publicly, including but not limited to, on the Department of State's website, and understand this information will be made available to persons requesting a copy of the Cease and Desist list.
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The building containing the residential place of worship shall comply with all applicable building codes of New York State and the zoning code of the Village of Chestnut Ridge.....
Proposed Action affects over 90% of the geographic area of the Village. Given the scale of potential development, the density that would come with it, and the potential for staggering changes in the quality of life in the entire Village, its incumbent upon the Village Board to seek public input through the Scoping process
Village Board of Trustees meeting, troubling Proposed Zoning Text Amendments affecting land use for religious purposes were added to the agenda. The proposed land use amendments would allow residential places of worship ......
The Open Letter is an exercise of our right to free speech as an informed and engaged citizens’ group which required the purchase of space in the Rockland Journal News. It was not an advertisement and should not be characterized as such.......
To Mayor Presti. May 27, 2018.
A proliferation of houses of worship at the scale permitted by Local Law will negatively impact homeowners by allowing for large structures .........
Email or Write us to the address below about Chestnut Ridge
P.O. Box 394 Nanuet, New York, 10954