IRVINGTON, N.Y. A proposed expansion of Mercy College on its Irvington property will be the subject of an upcoming public hearing.
The college hopes to build three separate faculty office buildings totaling 18,000 square feet and a 2,000 square foot expansion of one building for meeting space, with associated parking areas and drives. Officials also want to convert 5,000 square feet of existing offices into a dormitory.
The public hearing will take place on Feb. 1 at 8 p.m. at Irvington Village Hall. Planning board officials approved the project's draft environmental impact statement during their Jan. 4 meeting.
Mercy College sits on 25 acres in Dobbs Ferry and 31 acres in Irvington. The public hearing is only concerned with proposed building on the college's Irvington side.
Irvington residents can view the draft environmental impact statement online at Village Hall or the Irvington Public Library.
Written comments on the proposed project may be dropped off at the Irvington Building Department or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org until 10 days following the closing of the public hearing.
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