Opinion

Inquiring Photographer “What Do You Think About the Indian Point Nuclear Plants Closing?”

by Alexa Brandenberg Aine Daly Irvington “I’m in favor of its closing because of the toxic dangers and the possible terrorist target.” Randell Dodge Irvington “Shut it down now. Don’t wait four years.” Gaylord Holmes Irvington “I think it’s great!” Teresa Schmittroth Tarrytown “I’ve noticed that there are no eagles around the plant which makes me even more in favor ... Read More »

Letters To the Editor – Setting the Record Straight on the East Parcel in SH

To the Editor, Thank you for the opportunity to respond to recently published comments regarding the redevelopment of the “East Parcel” of the former General Motors assembly plant in Sleepy Hollow. As Lead Agency in this matter, the Sleepy Hollow Local Development Corporation (SHLDC) will include and respond to all public comments made or submitted during the Public Hearings as ... Read More »

Inquiring Photographer – “How Significant is it that Hillary Clinton may be The First Female U.S. President?”

Kristine Greece Works in Tarrytown “No matter who I’m voting for, all firsts are significant and it’s good for the younger generation to see that they are possible.” Howie Shapiro Tarrytown “It’s a sign of the times, as we’ve seen in other countries, so it’s a non-event to me.” Ashley Bialko, 16 Sleepy Hollow “I think it is very significant. ... Read More »

Inquiring Photographer “What Do you Enjoy Most about Halloween Season Locally?”

by Alexa Brandenberg Tracy Brown Sleepy Hollow “I like that people from other states and other countries come to Sleepy Hollow to celebrate Halloween with us.”   Max Leary, 15 Sleepy Hollow “The mini-golf at Warner Library”   Luke Armogan, 8 (and Eva, Lily, Kyra, Ayra) Irvington “I like the different Halloween foods, like the pumpkin-shaped cookies.”   Vera Vyssotski, ... Read More »

Letters to the Editor – Reminder to Greenburgh Residents to File Phase-In Paperwork

To the Editor: This letter is being written to remind residents of Greenburgh that if they qualify for a phase-in of assessment increases as a result of the recent reassessment that they must file their application no later than September 15th. The Greenburgh Town Board approved legislation authorized by the New York State Legislature and signed into law by the ... Read More »

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

by Alexa Brandenberg Enrique, 37 Sleepy Hollow “Yes, to some extent I think that’s true. The further away we get from anything the less impact it has. I do think the effects are lingering, as far as xenophobia, but that seems to be the new normal.” Idalia Pellegrin, 44 Tarrytown “I think to some degree it is, because other things ... Read More »