PORT CHESTER, N.Y. -- Port Chester's waterfront could get a shot in the arm if a deteriorating seawall along the Byram River is repaired and recreational amenities are added, according to Lohud.com.
Mayor Dennis Pilla said the village is working with an engineering company to come up with plans to repair the seawall -- located behind Costco -- that has sunk in areas and is caved in. Some amenities the mayor mentioned included a spot for musical performances, pop up shops and benches, and maybe an area for kayak launches and more, said Lohud.com.
The village is looking at various forms of funding. An advisory committee, working with the engineering company, will come up with three plans and present them in early April to the Port Chester Council, added Lohud.com.