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Underway in Irvington

Irvington’s 2017 Comprehensive Plan is underway. The committee had its first meeting with the public to discuss the process of the 2017 plan update in mid-February. In an effort to involve Irvington residents, the committee has been delegated into five Working Groups, each with its own general range of issues, and will be comprised of residents ready to work through those issues and potentially come up with solutions.  Larry Schopfer, Village Administrator, says he’s optimistic. He says the 2017 plan will not be created completely from scratch, but instead will serve as an “update” to Irvington’s most recent Comprehensive Plan, created in 2003.

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In Memory: Anne Emison Harmon

Anne Emison Harmon, of Irvington-on-Hudson, NY (since 1962) died of lung cancer at age 83 on Wednesday, December 14, 2016 at her home with her loving family around her.  She is survived by her husband Howard, son James, daughter Julia, grandson Julian, and son-in-law, Ugo.  In addition, she is survived by her sister, Mary Dee Emison Davis and brother-in-law, Phillip C. Davis along with her two nephews, Robert (Kim) and Bradley (Imelda), and niece Sandra (Keith) as well as 9 grand-nieces and nephews.  Born to Robert and Dorothy Emison on January 3, 1933 in NYC her full name was Elizabeth Anne Emison.

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In Irvington…Safety on the Streets to the Sidewalks

The plethora of signs dotting roads in Irvington, Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow all tell motorists to “Slow Down Rivertowns.” Now the attention has expanded to include pedestrians in a “Walk Safe” program that also has its genesis in Irvington. In speaking with Larry Schopfer, the Village’s Administrator, and Mark Gilliland, a Village Trustee who is the liaison to the Traffic Calming Committee headed by Walter Montgomery, it is apparent that education matters not only with drivers but for feet on the street as well.

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Business Brief... At Sunnyside Federal in Irvington

Sunnyside Federal in Irvington is excited to introduce Melvin Mills, a representative from Money Concepts.  Melvin graduated from the State University of New York with a concentration in Management, Finance and Marketing. Shortly afterward, he earned both Series 7 and Series 63 licenses. In 2010 he joined Money Concepts and the Investors’ Advantage Portfolios team. 

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Two Irvington Moms

Irvington artist and illustrator Jennifer Orkin Lewis’ new book comes out this week.  Orkin Lewis also painted the cover and all interior illustrations for Irvington author Allison Gilbert’s latest book, Passed and Present.  It’s the first time these two Irvington authors will be doing a book signing and discussion together, led by Irvington Library Director Rosemarie Gatzek.

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