Thursday, January 18, 2018
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Bikes, Business and BS (Brainstorming)

$150,000 can buy many things and according to Daniel Convissor, a Sleepy Hollow resident and community activist, it has produced a study with a NYC consulting firm entitled, “The Route 9 Active Transportation Conceptual Design Plan” [which] is bringing together residents, merchants and government officials with transportation professionals to figure out how to:

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In Tarrytown…Planning in a Comprehensive Way

For all residents and other interested readers, the Village of Tarrytown has embarked on looking into the Economy, Community, Culture & Education, Built Environment, Natural Environment & Open Space, Mobility, Sustainability & Resilency for the coming years.With the Village’s online program, residents are literally being asked to stand up and be counted with regards to what’s good about Tarrytown, what’s not so good, what new things would make it better, and how the Village can remain a village and not an extension of a New York City Borough.

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Warner Library Children’s Room 1000 Books Before Kindergarten and More….

The heart of any library is its children’s room and Warner is no exception.  Many new families in Sleepy Hollow and Tarrytown make lasting friendships at story times with their toddlers, and longtime residents continue to support the Warner Children’s Room years after their own children have grown.

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The Tarrytown Fire Department Marches On

The sounds of drums, trumpets, and excitement will be filling the air for the first time in nearly 10 years on August 12th. The 100%-volunteer Tarrytown Fire Department is dedicated to protecting the lives and property of the citizens of the Village of Tarrytown, the Glenville Protection District of the Town of Greenburgh, New York State Thruway, Tappan Zee Bridge, Hudson River, and the mutual aid response areas with the highest quality and consistently professional service. Even with that outstanding resumé, the fire department wanted to add more to enhance the Village.

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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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