Four Corners CVS remains closed as water line is repaired; other businesses expected to open Tuesday


Ulysses Conrad

Hole outside CVS.

The CVS at Four Corners will remain closed while the water line that feeds the property’s fire suppression system is repaired, according to an announcement from the Village of Pelham Manor at 7:20 p.m. Monday evening.

The village said there was no an estimate for when CVS will reopen. “If you need a prescription in a timely manner, you are encouraged to call CVS and/or your physician to have them change the pharmacy location,” the announcement said.

The Pelham Manor Fire and Police departments responded Saturday to a hole in the middle of the parking lot caused by an unspecified problem with the pipe.

The other businesses in the shopping complex were expected to open Tuesday morning, though areas of the property are still impacted and parking is limited. Nearby street parking is an alternative. The lot is accessible from the entrance on Pelhamdale Avenue, said the announcement.