Some Hartsdale residents say the Scarsdale Golf Club has rejected a proposal to install a giant net between the course and neighboring apartments.
The course is asking the Greenburg City Zoning Appeals Board for differences to go ahead with several projects, including the installation of a pair of giant nets and the installation of temporary fences on two tennis courts.
Hartsdale resident Rudolf Rinaldi said five windows were broken by a golf ball 15 years ago, but he hasn’t had any problems since trees were planted on the course five years ago. It says.
“No problem so far,” he said. “We were very happy. What’s happening now is that this problem is next door and it’s causing problems.”
Lawyers for the golf course have previously argued that the net has “little visual impact,” “no viable alternatives,” and “no adverse impact on the golf course.” [surrounding] environment. “
Neither Scarsdale Golf Club nor its attorneys responded to News 12’s request for comment. However, attorneys last month responded to allegations made by Hartsdale residents in a letter to the City of Hartsdale’s Zoning Appeals Board, which was included in the application.
Scarsdale Golf Club attorney Steven Rabel said: “There is absolutely no evidence that common safety nets affect the lives of animals.