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Service and Community…Tarrytown’s Chief of Police Retires

“I was born and raised in Tarrytown and always interested in the Village. At [age] 18, I joined the Volunteer Fire Department and also became very active with the Tarrytown Ambulance Corps. I had a lot of interaction with the Police Department and with a former Chief, – Bob Lipsky. I took the police test, and back in those days the County Department of Corrections was a stepping stone to law enforcement.

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What a Difference a Year Makes: Tarrytown Swimming Pool Opens

One year ago to the month, River Journal informed readers that the newly constructed swimming pool at the Tarrytown Recreation Center would miss a Memorial Day opening date. In fact, the pool missed the entire summer season of 2016. Well, that was then, and this is now.

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Spring Forward on the EF Campus

As the season changes, days lengthen and the trees leaf out, this is an exciting time of year on campus.  Color and life “blossom,” the Spring term has started for our academic year students, graduations are on the horizon and we start planning for summer – our busiest time of year.

Read more: Spring Forward on the EF Campus


Public Notice

Public notice is hereby given that a permit has been filed with the Village of Tarrytown Building Department to demolish the existing single-family dwelling located on property at 112 Wilson Park Drive and identified on the Tax Map as Sheet 1.50, Block 20, Lot 60.2.  By order of the Village of Tarrytown Planning Board, interested parties shall have 60 days from the date of publication of this notice to remove or relocate the existing single-family dwelling in whole or in part prior to its demolition.  Interested parties should contact Greg Otis c/o Toll Brothers, Inc., 42 Old Ridgebury Road, 2nd Flr, Danbury, CT 06810, Telephone: 203-616-4900.


Letters to the Editor: Tarrytown FD — False Sense of Security

I recently read an article in your newspaper about declining volunteerism in local firehouses.  It is an eye-opening article, as many Rivertowns have volunteer departments and the residents rely on their volunteers to keep them safe.

David Goldstein, Assistant Chief for Tarrytown, was interviewed and stated that several issues factor into the decline, and welcomes anyone interested to apply.

Here is the problem: A former Chief from Sleepy Hollow has denied membership applications.

Read more: Letters to the Editor: Tarrytown FD — False Sense of Security


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