A hot topic in town is home rental conversions, or those that illegally convert their home into apartments and rent them out. One of the safety issues that this causes is when firefighters enter a home without knowing that the home has been converted.
Joel Epstein, Clarkstown Code Enforcement Officer, will answer questions about “rentals” and conversions of single family houses at the upcoming Nanuet Civic Association meeting.
The Nanuet Civic Association allows the community to voice their concerns to their elected representatives as well as guest speakers. They will meet on Thursday March 7 at 7:15 p.m. in the Community Room of the Nanuet Public Library.
Here's a look at the list of speakers
- The keynote speaker in March will be Legislator Christopher Carey. Because he has another meeting to attend, Carey will begin his talk promptly at 7:15 p.m.
- Joel Epstein, Clarkstown Code Enforcement Officer, will answer questions about “rentals” and conversions of single family houses.
- Harold Straut will give an update on the new Fire House.
- Expect that the “regulars” such as Highway department, Police department and Town Council members.