DEC Violations Remain In Yorktown

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The state Department of Environmental Conservation still considers violations issued for the former Holland Sporting Club property in Mohegan Lake as unresolved.
The state Department of Environmental Conservation still considers violations issued for the former Holland Sporting Club property in Mohegan Lake as unresolved. Photo Credit: Jennifer Swift

YORKTOWN, N.Y. -- The state Department of Environmental Conservation has notified Yorktown officials that it views the violations cited at the former Holland Sporting Club property in Mohegan Lake as "unresolved," according to theexaminernews.com

The notification is in direct conflict with claims made by town Supervisor Michael Grace, who has contended that the source of the violations, which were issued in November 2012, had been cleaned up, theexaminernews.com reported. 

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Who removed the oil tank ? A proper clean up should require soil testing. If the soil is clean enough? There is plenty of funds and reserves in the Town and Parks budget to construct a gravel walking path with a grass area of new sod. The Community should be also asked do they want the property fenced off with Park Rules, and signage for a barbecue area like Downing Park.

The intent to save money was aparently DiBartolo's goal. Seems he bit off a little more then he could chew. Why it could not be corrected after all the time has passed is a problem. Time for Mr. Grace to act like a Supervisor and end this mess now. Speaking of NYS how do they permit the winery to stack up cars along Rt 6 which I believe is NYS property?