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Lincoln Depot hires new board of directors, who supports eco-friendly solutions

Wed, 02/20/2013 - 12:30

The Lincoln Depot Foundation in Peekskill, New York, has hired a new member to its board of directors. Catherine E. Pinsani (Cathy) has served the community in a number of ways, including being a member of the Peekskill Common Council for 16 years, serving as Deputy Mayor and recently retiring from the Peekskill City School District, reports Patch.com. 
"Cathy is an outstanding choice for our organization," stated Depot Foundation President John G. Testa. "She has been a long-time member and contributor to the Lincoln Society in Peekskill and the community at large and has been fully involved in preserving the history of Peekskill. Serving as Deputy Mayor when I was the Mayor of Peekskill Cathy was a stanch supporter of the Lincoln Depot project and was with me every step of the way from acquiring the property, obtaining the funding to developing the vision. She will be an invaluable asset as we move into the next phase of the project."
The Lincoln Depot project is expected to bring new revenue to the town and help support job creation, according to the news source. Pinsani played a large role in the development and planning of this crucial structure. The facility is being constructed with a number of eco-friendly practices and includes  radiant floor heating
Underneath the Lincoln Depot's hardwood flooring there will lay a radiant floor heating system that will actively work to keep the space warm and comfortable for anyone using the facility. According to the news source, there will be more than a few features included in the project that focus on providing amenities. Radiant floor heating not only will allow the town to reduce its annual operational budget dedicated to heating the space, but it will also reduce the spread of common allergens, for healthy, happy residents.