New 296 Apartments to be Proposed for North White Plains Metro North Station

WPCNR REALTY REPORT. August 3, 2020:

The Westchester Business Journal in an article by reporter Peter Katz, announced this morning another proposed apartment project aimed for White Plains New York USA, joining a lineup of approximate 6 already approved but not built projects.

BRP Companies is about to submit a proposal for a 7 story 296 apartment complex to be built on a lot bordered by Haarlem Ave., Glenn St., and Holland Ave opposite the Metro North North White Plains Railroad Station The price of the property was shown as having been $10.5 million in county records.

Representatives of BRP plan to submit a site plan and begin construction in the spring of 2021.

The site was acquired for the price of $10.5 Million according to County records, the Business Journal said. The property was marketed by CB Richard Ellis.

BRP has 16 completed residential projects in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Philadelphia, West Baltimore and Newark in the Business Journal profile of the company, and is involved in 8 others, including two in New Rochelle.

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How to Get Those Absentee Ballots Out in November

WPCNR THE LETTER TICKER. August 2, 2020:


Many voters complained during the June primary that they did not receive absentee ballots in a timely manner after they submitted the requests. And, other voters worry that the postal service may lose the absentee ballots in the mail -depriving voters of their right to vote. Or, that the ballots  arrive after the deadline passed. Our postal service is not very reliable – many letters are lost, sent to the wrong address.

Inasmuch as we can’t count on the Postal Service to send ballots to the right address in time and since voting by mail is important and we want to encourage maximum participation, I have a suggestion: The Board of Elections should place a secure and safe box (similar to a mail box) at each Town, Village and City Hall. If voters don’t trust the post office- voters could drop off their ballots at the municipal building. If people apply for a ballot and do not receive one before the primary each municipal building should have extra ballots that the voter can obtain and send in.

During the recent primary contest the Board of Elections assumed the cost of the postage. The cost of my suggestion would be offset by reduced postage costs. In addition, most municipal buildings have video camera’s for security purposes so these boxes would be placed at safe locations- unlikely to be tampered with.

This recommendation, if followed, will increase voter participation and help make sure that everyone who wants to vote actually does vote. In June – in one legislative district in Brooklyn, about 20% of the ballots cast by absentee ballot were thrown out. Other states that have mail in ballots also don’t count ballots that arrive too late.

PAUL FEINER

Greenburgh Town Supervisor

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THE KING OF THE PLANETS

PHOTOGRAPH OF THE NIGHT: JUPITER, KING OF THE PLANETS MADE ITS ANNUAL APPEARANCE IN THE SUMMER SKIES AT THE RISING OF THE FULL MOON. HIS MAJESTY JUPITER IS THE LUMINUS BRIGHT BECKONING LIGHT ABOVE THE FULL MOON.
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THE WHITE PLAINS SCHOOLS DRAFT REOPENING PLAN SENT TO ALBANY

WPCNR SCHOOL DAYS. August 1, 2020:

The White Plains School District filed its proposed 91-page reopening of schools plan Friday with the Governor’s Office as required, ontime, comprehensive and staggering in its breadth and detail. The plan was based on a complex 80 question survey of parents and stakeholders, and was hammered out in a month of intensive meetings of staff administration and community stake holders, in a decision making process that is unprecedented. As in the School District response to the Governor’s requirement to conduct classes on line when the schools were closed at the outset of the Covid-19 epidemic, when the district devised an online learning process in 48 hours, the district has once again come through with an efficiency and team effort that is evident in the report.

The plan was posted on the school district website, and you may review it here:

https://www.whiteplainspublicschools.org/cms/lib/NY01000029/Centricity/Domain/2450/WPCSD%20COVID-19%20Reopening%20Plan%20DRAFT%201%20Posted%207-31-20.pdf

The plan as previously described to WPCNR last week by Superintendent of Schools Dr. Joseph Ricca follows the plan ourline Dr. Ricca described in this interview:

Dr. Joseph Ricca’s interview describing basically how the plan will work. Previously recorded two weeks ago for WPCNR
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GOVERNOR CUOMO SAYS MULTI-SYSTEM INFLAMMATORY SYNDROME IN CHILDREN IS UNDER CONTROL IN NEW YORK
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NEW YORK HEALTH HELP ON THE WAY TO UTAH, HOUSTON, ATLANTA, ST. PETERSBURG

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that New York State and Northwell Health will deploy at least 30 healthcare personnel to Utah to support Intermountain Healthcare – the state’s largest healthcare provider. Intermountain Healthcare previously sent dozens of healthcare workers to New York to support Northwell and other hospitals. New York State will provide PPE and equipment as needed, and the first group of healthcare workers will travel to Utah this Sunday.

“We’re taking new steps in New York State’s continuing effort to repay the gratitude that we’ve been shown by people all across the country, and also on a practical level to keep us safe–an outbreak anywhere is an outbreak everywhere,” Governor Cuomo said. “We will be sending health staff to Utah to the Intermountain Healthcare Hospital System, Utah’s largest hospital system. Utah and that hospital system were very generous to New York when we needed help, sending dozens of staff to the Northwell Hospital System which was a major provider for us during COVID. So, we are going to be sending primarily Northwell personnel and Department of Health personnel, about 30 people, as well as any PPE, and equipment that is needed. I thank Governor Herbert and all the people of Utah, and as I’ve said on behalf of New Yorkers, we won’t forget and we will do for them what they did for us, because that’s the American way.”

“During the height of the pandemic here in New York, we were grateful for the extraordinary support provided by the Intermountain Health System who sent us over 60 front-line staff including physicians and nurses,” said Michael Dowling, president and CEO of Northwell Health, New York’s largest health care provider which treated the most coronavirus patients in the US. “We are now delighted to be able to reciprocate by sending staff to assist them in their current battle against this disease.” 

New York’s Commitment to Helping Cities and States Fight COVID-19

During the fight against COVID-19, New York State has provided PPE and equipment to Florida, Georgia and Texas. In addition, the state has provided the following resources: 

  • On July 29, Governor Cuomo announced that New York State will establish a testing site in St. Petersburg, Florida.
  • On July 20, Governor Cuomo announced that New York State will establish two church testing sites in COVID-19 Hotspots in Savannah, Georgia.
  • On July 16, Governor Cuomo announced that New York State has established two church testing sites in COVID-19 hotspots in Houston, Texas.
  • On July 13, Governor Cuomo announced New York State will send testing and contract tracing teams to Atlanta, Georgia.
  • On July 10, Governor Cuomo announced New York State would send the COVID-19 medication Remdesivir to Florida as the state struggles with a resurgence of cases.

he governor also announced that the State Liquor Authority and State Police Task Force yesterday visited and observed 835 establishments across New York City and Long Island, and found violations at 41 establishments, or 5 percent.

Today’s data is summarized briefly below:

  • Patient Hospitalization – 586 (-33)
  • Patients Newly Admitted – 83
  • Hospital Counties – 29
  • Number ICU – 142 (-12)
  • Number ICU with Intubation – 72 (-4)
  • Total Discharges – 72,973 (+73)
  • Deaths – 13
  • Total Deaths – 25,145

Of the 73,546 test results reported to New York State yesterday, 777, or 1.06 percent, were positive. Each region’s percentage of positive test results reported over the last three days is as follows:

REGIONMONDAYTUESDAYWEDNESDAY
Capital Region1.2%1.8%2.1%
Central New York0.9%0.8%1.1%
Finger Lakes0.4%0.6%0.6%
Long Island1.1%1.1%1.2%
Mid-Hudson1.1%1.3%1.3%
Mohawk Valley2.0%1.8%0.9%
New York City0.9%1.1%1.0%
North Country0.6%0.3%0.3%
Southern Tier0.6%1.3%0.7%
Western New York0.9%1.6%0.5%

The Governor also confirmed 777 additional cases of novel coronavirus, bringing the statewide total to 414,370 confirmed cases in New York State. Of the 414,370 total individuals who tested positive for the virus, the geographic breakdown is as follows:

CountyTotal PositiveNew Positive
Albany2,49313
Allegany740
Broome1,02914
Cattaraugus1570
Cayuga1410
Chautauqua2241
Chemung1621
Chenango2061
Clinton1252
Columbia5133
Cortland900
Delaware1010
Dutchess4,46815
Erie8,43424
Essex550
Franklin480
Fulton2755
Genesee2703
Greene2872
Hamilton70
Herkimer2393
Jefferson1280
Lewis340
Livingston1641
Madison3963
Monroe4,67721
Montgomery1520
Nassau43,15858
Niagara1,4344
NYC224,863312
Oneida2,0629
Onondaga3,45922
Ontario3492
Orange11,07238
Orleans2910
Oswego2401
Otsego1070
Putnam1,4182
Rensselaer71824
Rockland13,8608
Saratoga7098
Schenectady1,0188
Schoharie680
Schuyler200
Seneca840
St. Lawrence2601
Steuben2900
Suffolk43,17086
Sullivan1,4793
Tioga1841
Tompkins2272
Ulster2,01037
Warren2980
Washington2540
Wayne2430
Westchester35,91339
Wyoming1110
Yates520

Yesterday, there were 13 deaths due to COVID-19 in New York State, bringing the total to 25,145. A geographic breakdown is as follows, by county of residence:

Deaths by County of Residence
CountyNew Deaths
Albany1
Bronx2
Broome1
Erie1
Herkimer1
Kings1
Manhattan1
Queens2
Tioga1
Westchester2

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WHITE PLANS ENDS FISCAL YEAR WITH 18% DECLINE IN JUNE SALES TAX RECEIPTS ($3 MILLION). 20-21 NEW BUDGET SHOULD HANDLE IT IF REOPENING ACCELERATES $$. IF NOT, TOUGH DECISIONS AHEAD.

WPCNR QUILL & EYESHADE. By John F. Bailey. Based on Statistics From the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance. July 29, 2020:

The Covid-19 virus dealt a blow to the White Plains economy in June, as expected.

Sales tax revenues were down $3 Million to $2,381,120 compared to the $5, 047,352 in June 2019. The $2,666,232 decline  meant the economy in White Plains declined 52%.

The  Sales tax revenues for 2019-20 fiscal year for the City of White Plains was  $47,714,688, down from  $50,115,543 last year. The $2,400,855 decline is 4.8%.  The city budgeted that decline into their adopted 2020-21 budget, cutting their expected sales tax revenue $2,700,00 in the new budget just begun, thanks to their policy of never budgeting more than they collect the previous year in sales tax revenues,

The worry that the city faces is how fast sales tax revenues will rebound to the averaged $4 Million plus a month to put the city back up to the $50 Million a year number and more. Will July bounce back? Will August boom with back to school sales (if we go back to school) ? Will internet sales be fully accounted for by the state by municipality?

The city also faces the disasterous renovation of the Ritz Carlton, which means a big slump in hotel tax. The city budget for 2020-2021 predicts a $600,000 slump in hotel taxes. Hopefully the “ever booming” real estate market, if you believe realtor news releases, may save further deficits.

If you are budgeting for next year, the city may have to consider at least a 6% property tax increase to make up the 4.8% (at present rate) Covid-19 related decline to maintain city services and anticipate furture wage increases. Ironically, the approximate 5% decline is exactly the amount the city transfers into the Taxpayers Relief Fund, which funds annual payroll increases.  That $5 Million or so has to come from somewhere if the White Plains economy fails to recover quickly the next three months.

White Plains because it does not wildly expand its budgets on wishing and hoping, always appears ready to whether the interim financial challenges that come along, instead of anticipating financial futures that may never happen. The delay in starting a half dozen apartment complexes in the downtown in White Plains due mainly to financing problems developers are facing as well as delay in developing the city parcels adjacent the Metro North Station upgrade is an example of how conservative planning in White Plains budgets spares White Plains the pain that cities, towns and villages in Westchester face in the months ahead.

The city does not have to make cuts in this new budget yet, but they may want to consider using their fund balance to correct the sales tax covid-related shortfalls if the recover such as it already is continues as it is. Capital projects also could be delayed. But with a new round of labor negotiations coming up, the city development has got to get rolling. Those apartments cannot open soon enough.

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State Liquor Authority Suspends Liquor Licenses for 12 Restaurants in Queens

45 Businesses’ Liquor Licenses Have Been Suspended During Public Health Emergency

Multi-Agency Task Force Conducted 644 Compliance Checks Monday Night, Observed 26 Additional Violations

Multi-Agency Task Force Observed 132 Violations Over the Weekend in New York City and on Long Island, Total Pandemic-Related Charges Now 503

Updated List of Bars and Restaurants Facing SLA Charges or Summary Liquor License Suspensions Can be Found HERE

WPCNR CORONAVIRUS REPORT. From the Governor’s Press Office. July 29, 2030:

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo Tuesday announced the state has suspended liquor licenses for 12 New York City bars after finding egregious violations of pandemic-related Executive Orders.

 Over the weekend, the state’s multi-agency task force, led by the State Police and State Liquor Authority, conducted over 1,300 compliance checks, documenting violations at 132 establishments.

An additional 644 compliance checks were completed Monday night, with investigators observing 26 violations in New York City. Businesses found in violation of COVID-19 regulations face fines up to $10,000 per violation, while egregious violations can result in the immediate suspension of a bar or restaurant’s liquor license.

“New Yorkers have worked hard to flatten the curve, but the bars and restaurants that ignore public health guidance are disrespecting their sacrifices which have saved lives while allowing us to sustain the reopening of our economy,” Governor Cuomo said. “Local governments must enforce the law, but the task force has stepped up its efforts and with these additional suspensions we are sending a clear message that the State will not hesitate to take action against businesses that put New Yorkers’ health and safety at risk.”

State Liquor Authority Chair Vincent Bradley said: “The SLA will continue to immediately suspend licensees who jeopardize lives by flagrantly violating the Governor’s Executive Orders. Our communities, as well as the majority of restaurant and bar owners and staff, have endured great sacrifices to bend the curve, and the SLA will not hesitate to take immediate action against those who threaten the progress our state has made.”

The 12 establishments issued emergency orders of summary suspension from the State Liquor Authority Board during meetings on July 25th, 26th, and 27th are:

“Lima” at 85-07 Northern Boulevard in Jackson Heights, on July 25, 2020

Following numerous complaints and previous charges, the SLA conducted a compliance check of “Lima” on July 24th. Investigators observed over twenty patrons outside the premises standing and drinking in a nightclub-on-the-street atmosphere, ignoring social distancing guidelines and blocking the sidewalk. Previously, on July 18th, SLA investigators documented the premises operating well past New York City’s 11 p.m. curfew for outside service, with a similarly large group of patrons standing and congregating in a nightclub-like-atmosphere, without facial coverings or adherence to social distancing guidelines. This location had also been observed and charged with violations of the Governor’s Executive Orders in June.

“CJ’s Bar and Lounge” 139-09 Crossbay Boulevard in Ozone Park, on July 25, 2020       

The licensee’s non-compliance began on June 27th, when SLA Investigators documented five patrons drinking inside the premises, along with outdoor tables not properly spaced and with a party-like atmosphere that extended in front of a neighboring building. On July 18th, during a disclosed visit, investigators documented employees without facial coverings serving patrons and provided the licensee with a summary of SLA guidelines. The next evening, SLA investigators made an undercover visit to the establishment, observing thirty patrons partying and congregating directly in front of the premises, without facial coverings or social distancing.

“RubiRosa” at 8407 Northern Boulevard in Jackson Heights, on July 26, 2020

On July 24th, SLA Investigators conducted a compliance check of “Rubi Rosa,” observing approximately twenty-five individuals standing in front of the location consuming beverages, ignoring social distancing protocols, and not wearing facial coverings. An employee inside was observed without a facial covering speaking with patrons who were also not wearing facial coverings. This location was also found to be in violation of the Governor’s Executive Orders on July 18th, with patrons similarly congregating outside.

“Mr Pancho’s Café” at 86-09 Roosevelt Avenue in Jackson Heights, on July 26, 2020

On July 25th, SLA Investigators conducted a compliance check of “Mr Pancho’s Café” and found the restaurant in full operation well past New York City’s 11 p.m. curfew for outside service, with over thirty individuals standing in front of the premise consuming beverages, no food available, no proper facial coverings, and no social distancing. In addition, at least three employees were observed without facial coverings. 

“Blue Angel Lounge” at 112-51 Roosevelt Avenue in Corona, on July 26, 2020

On July 25th, SLA Investigators conducted a compliance check of the “Blue Angel Lounge,” observing patrons consuming alcohol with no food present. An inspection of the kitchen suggests the restaurant was in violations of the food requirement for some time, evidenced by a rusty grill, deep fryers with no oil, an empty refrigerator, an empty food serving station, the gas to appliances turned off, and no kitchen staff on site.  This location was also found to be in violation of the Governor’s Executive Orders on July 18th, with twenty-five people drinking inside. 

“De La Mora Restaurant” at 84-19 Northern Boulevard in Jackson Heights, on July 26, 2020 

On the evening of July 18th, an SLA investigator observed patrons standing, drinking and congregating directly in front of the premises, without facial coverings or observing social distancing. The investigator returned shortly before midnight — well past New York City’s 11 p.m. curfew for outside service — to find thirty patrons drinking and partying in violation of the Governor’s Executive Orders. This location was previously charged by the SLA on for violations of the Governor’s EO on July 13th and 14th. 

“El Patio Bar” at 218-21 Jamaica Boulevard in Jackson Heights, on July 26, 2020

On July 25th, SLA Investigators conducted a compliance check of “El Patio Bar,” observing patrons inside the bar drinking, in addition to bartenders and kitchen staff without facial coverings. Previously, on July 18th, SLA investigators documented the premises operating well past New York City’s 11 p.m. curfew for outside service, with a large group of patrons standing and congregating in a nightclub-like-atmosphere without facial coverings or social distancing. 

“The Grand” at 37-01 30th Avenue in Astoria, on July 27, 2020  

On July 23rd, a joint inspection with SLA investigators and the New York City Sheriff’s Office found the premises operating well past New York City’s 11 p.m. curfew, with at least a dozen patrons directly in front of the premises, and no facial coverings or social distancing. Inside, the inspection detail observed a patron drinking alcohol and an employee without a facial covering. When the inspection detail arrived, a bouncer was observed encouraging patrons to leave the premises with open containers.

“El Paisa Café” at 87-05 Northern Boulevard in Jackson Heights, on July 27, 2020 

On the evening of July 18th, an SLA investigator observed eleven patrons standing, drinking and congregating directly in front of the premises, without facial coverings or social distancing. The investigator returned at 11:30 p.m., well past New York City’s 11 p.m. curfew for outside service, to find twenty-five patrons — none wearing facial coverings — drinking and congregating in front of the business in violation of the Governor’s Executive Orders.

“Romanticos” at 76-07 Roosevelt Avenue in Jackson Heights, on July 27, 2020

On July 23rd, an SLA investigator conducted a compliance check of “Romanticos,” finding thirteen patrons drinking alcohol inside the bar and a manager and bouncer without facial coverings. The business, a repeat offender, was found violating the Governor’s Executive Order requiring bars and restaurants adhere to social distancing guidelines to combat the spread of the coronavirus on two prior occasions.

“Delicia’s Mexicanas” at 102-14 Roosevelt Avenue in Corona, on July 27, 2020

On July 25th, an SLA investigator conducted a compliance check of “Delicia’s Mexicanas,” finding patrons seated inside the premises, with the manager blocking the path of the investigator while a waitress warned patrons to leave out the back door. This licensee is a repeat offender, with violations of the Governor’s Executive Orders and serving after New York City’s 11 p.m. curfew for outside service on July 24th and July 4th.        

“The Pomeroy” at 36-12 Ditmars Boulevard in Astoria, on July 27, 2020

On July 23, an SLA investigator conducted a compliance check of “The Pomeroy,” observing a group of over fifteen patrons standing and congregating in front of the restaurant and stretching out in front of a neighboring business. This check was a follow up from July 19th, when SLA investigators observed employees not wearing facial coverings, tables improperly spaced, and the restaurant serving drinks to go without food.    

The emergency suspensions were ordered by Commissioner Lily Fan and Commissioner Greeley Ford at special meetings of the Full Board, conducted by a digitally recorded video under social distancing guidelines, on July 25, 2020, on July 26, 2020 and on July 27. Emergency Summary Suspensions are imposed when the SLA finds the continued operation of a licensed business threatens public health and safety. Suspension orders are served immediately and remain in effect indefinitely, with the maximum penalty including the permanent revocation of the license and fines of up to $10,000 per violation. Licensees subject to an emergency suspension are entitled to an expedited hearing before a SLA Administrative Law Judge.

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GOVERNOR CUOMO MULTI-SYSTEM INFLAMMATORY SYNDROME IN CHILDREN REPORT: 240 CASES IN NY–RATE HAS SLOWED; MUST BE VIGILANT; “Finding More (Cases) Across the Country.”

The New York State Department of Health article on Multi-System Inflammatory

WPCNR MULTI-SYSTEM INFLAMMATORY SYNDROME UPDATE. From the Governor’s Press Office. July 28, 2020:

For two month at at time when Multi-System Inflammatory Syndrome cases in children were progressing at 10 a day, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo has not given an update on the progression of Multi-system Inflammatory Syndrome In Children, the condition discovered in May.

Monday, the Governor reported the state of the new disease: Here is what he said:

“I was asked the other day about Kawasaki disease and what we’re seeing on that. The number of cases in New York has gone up slightly, we’re at about 240 cases now. That was about 15 or so more in the past month.

But, New York is not a good gauge for this because the number of cases is coming down across the board, right? We are seeing the numbers increase in other states where the cases are increasing, and what we’re seeing is the more you look for it, the more you find it.

If you’re not aware of it, you don’t see it. But, the findings of our State Department of Health here in New York have been published in the New England Journal of Medicine and we’re proud of that.

So, we’re getting the word out to the other health departments that they should look for this. And as they’re looking for it, they’re finding more across the country. But we have not seen it increasing significantly in New York, but then again we haven’t seen the cases increasing significantly in New York.

Last point, as we work through this situation, there’s a number of levels here, right? It’s three-dimensional chess. You want to number one – keep the number low and that’s my main priority and we’re doing that and we’ve been successful at that. Number two, you want to look ahead on the horizon – do you see any waves building that could be problematic? Is there a second wave? Could the increase nationwide have a more dramatic effect? Anticipate, anticipate, anticipate. The third level is what have we gone through that we can learn from and start to correct now and that level is actually exciting and positive and we’re exploring that all across the board.”

Conclusion
Critical last words of the conclusion

Doctors and parents can read the New York Department of Health article published this month in the New England Journal of Medicine at

https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMoa2021756

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