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(Ed.'s note: The following was sent to TONH Supervisor Jon Kaiman and is printed here at the writer's request. Also, at this time, no revised proposal has been formally submitted to the town.)

The Port Washington General Counsel of Homeowner Associations has resolved, in favor of the proposed Bradley Hotel, as per the revised plans dated Aug. 16 requiring rezoning, provided that use and height be limited to three stories, and that any future use of the property be restricted to either a hotel or an assisted senior living residence dependent upon additional application and approval.

It is our observation that the traffic problem is pre-existing, that the hotel is the lowest-impact use, and that the Town of North Hempstead should, regardless of this project, address traffic problems wherever they may exist.

We are of the opinion that the proposed Bradley Hotel will add needed vitality to both Main Street and greater Port Washington.

We encourage and recommend your support.

James Ansel


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