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James W. Cobb Honored by NAACP ACT-SO Coalition

Tarrytown resident, James W. Cobb, was recently honored by the Westchester Region NAACP ACT-SO Coalition at its 35th Annual Community Service Award Breakfast. The event was held at The Riverview in Hastings-on-Hudson, NY.

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Tarrytown School Foundation to Host Annual Benefit Portuguese Club – April 21

After many years of hosting the Foundation for the Public Schools of the Tarrytown’s annual spring benefit in local area hotels and country clubs, the Foundation has chosen a new and vibrant community venue. Not only is change often welcome to our donor community when hosting this annual event; it is also an opportunity to showcase our initiatives, along with the work of our volunteers, in new ways.

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One Lighthouse Way: Where Architecture Becomes Art

One Lighthouse Way has raised the bar for luxury residential living in Westchester by commissioning a number of artists to create spectacular pieces for both the lobby and courtyard. As one enters the lobby, there is a breathtaking, oversized mural, which includes artisanal glass as one would see in Murano and Venice. This New England artist, of Clancy Designs Glass Studio from Jamestown, Rhode Island, created the design especially for this Hudson River location.

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The Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge – AKA The New NY Bridge

This is a story about a bridge. Not just any bridge. A new bridge. Not repaired, rebuilt or refurbished, but new. Brand new. A rare thing in the 21st century.

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Final Tarrytown Connected Workshop at the Warner Library

On behalf of the Village of Tarrytown and its consulting team, we invite you to participate in the final public workshop for the Comprehensive Plan. Since last spring, the Village has been working on updating its Comprehensive Plan, a document that provides a blueprint for the future planning and evolution of Tarrytown. If you weren’t able to attend the first few workshops held in September and November, we will catch you up!

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