FASNY REVIEW: “A CRUEL CHARADE,” FIFTY FIVE YEAR RESIDENT SAYS

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WPCNR THE LETTER TICKER. JUNE 24, 2015:

Mayor and Common Council,

The writing is on the wall and it doesn’t appear favorable 
for the residents of White Plains. Initially I did not expect
this outcome, anticipating reason and fairness to prevail. 

It is now obvious that the past 4 plus 
years has been a cruel charade. 

No matter the voluminous and cogent comments by your
constituency contradicting the fiction FASNY has been dispensing,
your obstinacy, arrogance, and lack of transparency is poised to
grant a special permit to a school that does not belong here.

Living in White Plains for fifty five years and in my cherished 
house on Dupont for 50 years I find myself at the mercy of a Mayor, 
the Common Council(minus two), and appointed officials who will 
be responsible for my  premature departure from White Plains. 

I am proud to say that I served the residents of this city
well for forty five years as a Cardiologist, eight of those years 
as Chief of Cardiology at White Plains Hospital where I was 
instrumental in supervising the new Cardiac Care Unit, 
training nurses, starting the first Echocardiology program in 
the county, chairman of the patient care committee and much more. 

It is infuriating for me to accept the fact that a handful 
of people are  prepared to turn my life upside down by forcing 
me to vacate the house and community I love for specious reasons. 

Ron and Marie Rhodes have provided you with more than enough facts
o deny FASNY their special permit. IF their letter last month has 
not given you sufficient reason then I have to assume that there is 
something rotten in the City of White Plains.

 Sanford S Zevon, M.D.
White Plains, New York

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