Greenburgh’s Reassessment Wraps Up (Almost), but Homeowners Won’t Know Their 2017 Taxes for Months
For Greenburgh Township homeowners facing significant tax increases because of the recent re-assessment, September 15 was a big day. It was the last day the Board of Assessment Review (BAR) would consider final appeals for those who believe their homes were over-assessed. It was also the deadline for applications for the three-year phase-in engineered by Town Supervisor Paul Feiner, passed by the State Legislature and signed into law by the Governor over the summer. Now the only relief left will be through small claims court.
Sleepy Hollow Cemetery is Also for the Living
Hearing Planned in October on Coast Guard Plan for Barges in Hudson
State senators Terrence Murphy (R/Yorktown) and Sue Serino (R/Hyde Park), joined by about a dozen other regional elected representatives, announced last month they would be hosting a public hearing…
Tarrytown to Reduce Garbage Collection to Once a Week
Village officials decided to make the change in service after a pilot program that kicked off last December in a portion of the village in an effort to cut costs and improve efficiency, proved to be viable.
Long Journey for Jazz Forum Arts to Set Up in Tarrytown
The magical yellow brick road is never as beautiful and unencumbered as it is depicted in novels. It can also be a winding, meandering path filled with unexpected turns, twists and potholes during that quest for Oz.
Service to Others Defines Monica Getz
For more than three decades, Monica Getz has campaigned to end a disparity that women can face in divorce court and the related legal entanglements that may harm both parents and children alike.