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Briarcliff Manor

Excerpts from Village Manager of Briarcliff Manor

Phone Scam With Bogus “762” exchange

Please be on alert that there are people posing as VBM officials calling from a bogus “762 based exchange” and former VBM phone number. They are telling residents that they have a sizable, outstanding balance on their water bill but that the VBM can resolve it with the immediate “use of their credit card”. It should be noted that all correspondence and settlements of past due balances are done only by personal discussion with this office.

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In Briarcliff Manor — Stars Align & Road Projects Converge

Road resurfacing, sidewalk replacement, bridge rebuilding, crosswalk installation, turning lanes added and all this to come shortly in Briarcliff Manor. A nearly $7M road paving project funded by a Westchester County program will commence on Pleasantville Road by the Briarcliff High School and proceed under the Taconic Parkway heading west until what is called the “Bump Out” past Law Memorial Park.

Read more: In Briarcliff Manor — Stars Align & Road Projects Converge

 

To the Class of 2017

Dear Seniors,

After years of hard work and preparation, let me congratulate you for reaching this wonderful milestone.  You and your classmates set the tone for what was a remarkable school year. You soon-to-be Briarcliff High School graduates have been wonderful role models for those who will follow.  In addition to the academic demands, you have set examples of leadership, spirit, service and character for your classmates and the entire school community.

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In Briarcliff...Replanning For Future Development

Responding to changes and competing economic variables in Briarcliff Manor, Mayor Lori Sullivan and the Board of Trustees established a Village Comprehensive Plan B (Corporate Business) Zone Advisory Committee early this January.

The Committee is comprised of five citizens with Trustee Mark Wilson as Trustee liaison.

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St. Christopher’s Chief Development Officer Inducted into Briarcliff High School Hall of Distinguished Alumni

Briarcliff High School welcomed a new inductee into its Hall of Distinguished Alumni at an awards ceremony on May 22nd. Eric Lebenson was recognized for his outstanding achievements, service to his community and support of the Briarcliff School District. Lebenson serves as the Chief Development Officer at St. Christopher’s, Inc. — a local organization dedicated to helping children with special needs and their families.

Read more: St. Christopher’s Chief Development Officer Inducted into Briarcliff High School Hall of Distinguished Alumni

 

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