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Open O'Hara Nature Center Nature Center opened September 2012.
Address Flooding Plans nearly finalized to address Station Road flooding. Moving forward on Hudson View Park culvert replacement.
Change Industrial District zoning Waterfront Zoning Committee nearly formed.  No other action taken.
Restructure Tree Preservation Code Adopted October 2012.
Implement Smart Growth techniques No action.
Make community more walkable Safe Routes to School project gained approvals. Expect to be constructed in 2013.
Update 2003 Comprehensive Plan Small area of Village evaluated for rezoning.
Increase volunteerism Invited volunteers at July 4 fireworks event and several emails from Mayor Smith.
Encourage support for affordable housing Housing Committee formed February 2013.
Implement robust legislation to promote affordable housing Housing Committee tasked with research into this legislation.
Establish historic district Historic District Committee continues to work on gaining recognized status and other related tasks. Community meeting held January 2013.
Publish user-friendly guide for new business owners Welcome MAT (Mayor's Advisory Taskforce) Published May 2013.
Develop a unified "Streetscape" for Main Street Began planning for new benches on Main Street in May 2013.
Study the exterior conditions of the Irvington Town Hall Exterior conditions study completed September 2012. Development of construction documents to begin May 2013.
Complete the Tiffany Reading Room Restoration Completed December 2012.
Work closely with the Rivertowns Tourism Board Applied for and received a $17,000 Tourism Grant from New York State to fund Spring and Fall tourism campaigns in 2013.
Streamline the building/renovation approval process No action.
Foster cooperation between Village Boards and Committees No action.
Automate building application process Online building permit application began July 2012.
Conduct Village-wide review of processes for efficiencies Review highlighted certain improvements such as the central parking station at the Ardsley train station.
Implement energy efficiency measures for Village operations Planning has begun for improvements that were identified in the Village's energy efficiency study from 2008.
Continue to promote "Love 'Em and Leave 'Em" Included information on the reverse of the Village's water bills.  No additional promotion efforts.
Encourage residents to use green building techniques No action.
Support intermunicipal and regional efforts to educate the public Formally joined SWEAC.