Gardens at Harriman Station to hold public information session on May 31


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HIGHLAND MILLS — The Gardens at Harriman Station will hold an additional public information session on Thursday, May 31, beginning at 6:30 p.m. at the Palaia Winery, 10 Sweet Clover Road, in Highland Mills.

The Gardens at Harriman Station is a proposed 130-acre residential and commercial community known as a Transit Oriented Development (TOD) will be located at the Harriman Train Station.

All area residents, business owners and other stakeholders are encouraged to attend and gain a better understanding of why this development is so important to the future of Woodbury, Harriman and the surrounding area.

Everyone attending will meet developer Neil Gold who will give a short presentation followed by a question and answer session.

An RSVP is recommended, but not required, by calling 845-928-8481 or emailing GardensatHarrimanStation@gmail.com.



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