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Fitness 2018…It’s a Snap

The attention to detail, the willingness to change, and the commitment to providing services that benefit members the most are a few of the reasons why Snap Fitness 24-7 in Tarrytown has made people fitter and happier at their relatively new 69 North Broadway location. Owners Eric Thomas and Melissa Hartnett are not new, however, to the world of health through exercise.

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The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act – Small Business Tax Reform

Regardless of whether you are employed by a company or are in business for yourself, the Tax and Job Act of 2017 will affect you, starting January 1, 2018. Individual employees should revisit the amounts being withheld from their paychecks because tax rates have been lowered and many itemized deductions have been either eliminated or phased out.

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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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