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Teatown to Celebrate 14th Annual EagleFest

The grand celebration of the bald eagle will soon descend upon Croton Point Park, a Westchester County park. The 14th annual “EagleFest” has been scheduled for Saturday, February 10, 2018, a highly anticipated event that will once again take flight over the Hudson River with expanded programming, including a performance by Dar Williams, who The New Yorker calls “one of America’s very best singer-songwriters.”

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Astorino Vetoes Board Of Legislators Tax Increase

Delivering on a two-term plege to protect taxpayers and deliver essential services, County Executive Robert P. Astorino today vetoed a Board of Legislators budget that included a 2 percent tax hike. In his message to legislators, the County Executive emphasized that he delivered a balanced and fiscally prudent budget that meets the needs and obligations of Westchester residents – without increasing the property tax levy.

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The New Year at The Art Gallery at Rockefeller State Park Preserve

The Art Gallery at the Rockefeller State Park Preserve welcomes the New Year with an American Folk Art: rug hooking. The art of rug hooking was first introduced in the 1850s and is now a popular craft. The Hudson River Rug Hookers, a group of fiber artists in the Croton community, have been holding creative friendship meetings for more than 25 years. The artists produce textile art for walls, floors, and other decorative use.

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A Look at 2017…From a Village Perspective

River Journal reached out to Village Administrators and Managers in Sleepy Hollow, Briarcliff Manor, Tarrytown, Ossining and Irvington, asking them to summarize the 2017 calendar year. On the following pages are their responses to the same questions asked of each.  Some responses are brief; others are detailed.  Some answers are unique to their Villages, while others seem to be shared among the five communities that share boundaries along Route 9.

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