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Bridge Officials Still Mum on Toll Costs for New Span

While tolls on the Thruway system will remain the same through 2015, residents attending last month’s public meeting at Washington Irving Middle School wanted to know what they will be in 2018.

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Stalled Water Reservoir for SH Gets Boost for Construction

A series of procedural matters holding up the construction of a critically needed new water reservoir for Sleepy Hollow apparently have been settled, and work on the structure could begin within a few months.

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Ceremony at Lighthouse to Celebrate New Beacon

Without its light since the 1960’s, the Lighthouse by night has been a murky silhouette in the Hudson River off the Sleepy Hollow shoreline. But that is about to change. Originally labeled the Tarrytown Light when it was built in 1883, the structure was decommissioned in 1961, and its valuable lens was removed and sold in 1965.

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First Sonic Drive-In Restaurant in Westchester Proposed in Greenburgh

The first Sonic drive-in restaurant in Westchester County is being proposed on the former site of the Greenburgh Neighborhood Health Center on Route 119.

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Second Annual Horseman Color Run is on!

The Foundation for the Public Schools of the Tarrytowns will hold its 2nd Annual Horseman Color Run 2015 on Saturday, June 20. The Foundation seeks to augment the school’s budget by raising funds for special projects to benefit the schools and students.

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What Happens if Indian Point Closes?

An official from the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) described the recent incident at Indian Point as “a day-to-day event” in theWestchester Guardian.