It’s been just about a month since Pearl River homeowners formed Residents United to Save Hillside. But already the group has hired a lawyer, launched a website and held several well-attended meetings.
Now, the group has plans for a fundraiser on May 21.Â It will be held at The Saloon in Pearl River. Proceeds will go to support RUSH’s efforts to prevent a warehouse and two self-storage buildings from being built on a wooded area along Route 304.
Their web site is www.rushpearlriver.com.
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Residents United to Save Hillside (RUSH) is keeping the pressure on to try and stop a commercial park from being built along Route 304 in Pearl River. The group has launched a website that states its case against the proposed development and lets people know how they can help. It can be found at www.rushpearlriver.com.
The group also has scheduled several meetings in the community room of the Pearl River Library. The next meeting is tomorrow at 7 pm.
The Pearl River homeowners oppose the commercial park â€” which would include a warehouse and two storage buildings on 10 acres â€” because of potential problems with flooding and noise and air pollution.
Here is a recent story about the situation: Pearl River residents rally to fight commercial park
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