Tarrytown Water Testing Revealed No Violations since 2014

Lead Water testingTarrytown Village Administrator Michael Blau emphasized this week that since the village increased its water testing sites in 2014 there have been no violations regarding the lead threshold included in the federal Environmental Protection Agency regulations.

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Tyler Rosenberg was set to start his senior year at
Irvington High School this week.
—Photo by Della Lenz

Imaginative Irvington Teen Fondly Remembered Following Tragic Fall in Vermont Park

A bright summer day, the first full one on a planned week-long extended family vacation trip, a tentative misstep on top of a scenic waterfall and a promising young life is suddenly lost.

Sleepy Hollow Water Tank Completion Expected Next Spring

By next spring, the huge 1.62 million gallon reservoir being constructed at a high point off Lake Road will likely be supplying Sleepy Hollow residents with their water needs.

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Photo by Alexa Brandenberg

Inquiring Photographer – “With the 15th Anniversary this year, do you feel the 9/11 attacks are becoming only a distant memory?”

“Yes, to some extent I think that’s true. The further away we get from anything the less impact it has.

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Sleepy Hollow GM site

Public Input Welcomed for East Parcel Site in Sleepy Hollow

Two public hearings are scheduled to be held in September at Sleepy Hollow Village Hall to gather input on the Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) regarding the redevelopment…

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Paws Crossed to Reopen Elmsford Shelter This Month

The usual inhabitants are finally returning; some are already there. They are abandoned dogs and cats, like the pets that for many years had filled the animal shelter at 100 Warehouse Lane South in Elmsford.

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A Bridge to a Brighter Future – Kids’ Club of Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow