Article from LOHUD

Check out this story about the future of Rye Playland from the LOHUD. Shutting Playland rides is possible; Top proposals to reinvent park run gamut.
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Article from westchestergov.com

The Playland Citizens Committe today released its report on the 12 responses to the County’s RFP. Happy to report that our proposal is one of three given the thumbs up by the Committee!
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Article from NTDAILYNEWS.COM

Check out this story about the future of Rye Playland from the Daily News. It’s clear that people want to Keep it Playland, and we’re doing everything we can to make sure that happens.
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Article from Crain’s New York Business.

This week’s Crain’s New York Business features a story about our company, CAI. If you’d like to know a little more about us, read up. It includes a mention of our proposal to Keep it Playland.
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Article from LOHUD.COM

Finally some good news: Westchester is getting a new amenity that will engage children from throughout the region, at once enriching their minds, sense of play, creativity and wonder. They might even learn lessons in persistence and persuasion.
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Article from NEW YORK POST

The Italian amusement giant tapped by Mayor Bloomberg to head plans to revive Coney Island is now eyeing a more ambitious project: taking over perennial money-loser Rye Playland.
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Article from Lohud.com

Westchester lawmakers on Wednesday eliminated Playland Amusement Park entrance fees for county residents, succeeding in their second attempt to override a veto by County Executive Rob Astorino.
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Article from The Wall Street Journal by By Aaron Rutkoff

Suburban lawmakers have voted to keep Rye Playland free for Westchester residents. The vote overrides a plan by the county executive to make locals pay a $5 entry fee for the municipally-owned, heavily indebted amusement park.

County Executive Rob Astorino’s plan to double $5 the admission price for non-locals remains intact. Once inside the park, all visitors pay separately for rides and food.

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Article from Lohud.com by Andrew Klappholz

RYE — When he was diagnosed with malignant brain tumors at the age of 2, Steven Marcano was not expected to live much longer.

He certainly wasn’t supposed to grow into a healthy 8-year-old or enjoy fun outings at Playland like he did Sunday.

But thanks to The Children’s Hospital of Montefiore, where he underwent multiple surgeries and treatments, his cancer is in remission and the Yonkers boy had the time of his life.

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Article from Westfair online by Patrick Gallagher

When it opens its doors, the Westchester Children’s Museum expects to draw more than 190,000 visitors a year and generate more than $4 million annually for county business coffers.

The problem is, since nearly signing a lease with the county to occupy the 21,390-square-foot North Wing of the Playland bathhouse in late 2009, the museum has been anxiously awaiting final approval of its lease by the Westchester County Board of Legislators and by County Executive Rob Astorino.

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