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WESTCHESTER DEVELOPMENTWESTCHESTER DEVELOPMENTSITESSITES

As ADC pointed out in its memorandum in support of its motion to intervene, "Review of Westchester's 21-month pattern of Decree-defying conduct, makes clear that the County's conduct only makes sense if its goals are to avoid development and other actions that would overcome barriers to fair housing choice, to avoid placing new housing on census blocks populated by high percentages of White residents, and, above all, to ignore its Consent Decree obligation to eliminate residential segregation throughout the County."

Below are four sites that Westchester disingenuously points to as Decree-fulfilling. Take a look for yourself.

  
 15 Edgar Place/42 Cottage Street in the City of Rye
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 "Roundtop at Montrose" in Cortlandt
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 2101-2105 Palmer Avenue in Larchmont
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 22 Old Route 22 in Armonk
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