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The City of New Rochelle announced today the creation of an Advisory Committee to examine options for Wildcliff Manor, a historic cottage adjacent to Hudson Park that was ravaged by fire late last month. While the City has committed to stabilizing the remains of the structure, the future of Wildcliff and its surrounding property has not yet been determined. The Advisory Committee will be charged with reviewing alternatives and recommending a path forward. Recognizing the extensive public interest in Wildcliff, the City invites interested members of the community to submit an application to join the Advisory Committee.
The Wildcliff Advisory Committee will consist of eleven members: City Council Member Albert Tarantino, who will chair the body, City Historian Barbara Davis, Hudson Park Children’s Greenhouse Committee President Millie Radonjic, neighbor Anthony Paolercio, Parks & Recreation Commissioner Bill Zimmermann and Department of Development Senior Project Manager Suzanne Reider, as well as five additional community members who will be selected based on applications received.
Residents interested in applying to join the committee can submit a cover letter and resume to www.newrochelleny.com/wildcliff . The application period ends Monday, January 7.