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Tarrytown Affordable Housing: Fight Looms Over Who is Eligible

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by Alexander Roberts After more than a decade of battles over size and design, Tarrytown’s affordable housing project at 21 Wildey Street is well on its way to projected completion by November 30. A new controversy, however, has arisen over which ordinance the village will follow to determine who may apply for the 12 new apartments. The development of the ... Read More »

Tarrytown’s Trustees Mull Lengthy List of Topics

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by Robert Kimmel In addition, the regular meeting was preceded by a briefing on the status of the village’s Comprehensive Plan by David Aukland, chair of the project’s steering committee, and William Brady, project manager. A contingent from the Tarrytown Fire Department, led by Fire Chief David Goldstein, appealed to the board to initiate bids for dredging a channel in ... Read More »

Tarrytown Man Nabbed on Felony Drug Charges

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  As members of the Greenburgh Drug and Alcohol Task Force, Tarrytown and Irvington police officers were involved in an investigation that led to the arrest of Jesse A. Jorge of Tarrytown. Task Force members, along with officers from the North Castle Police Department and Detective Division, caught up with Jorge at a Stop & Shop on North Broadway in ... Read More »

Questions Remain About Eligibility For Tarrytown Affordable Housing

by Alexander Roberts After more than a decade of fights over size and design, Tarrytown’s affordable housing project at 21Wildey Street is well on its way to a projected completion date of November 30.  But a new controversy has arisen over how to define “affordable,” which will determine who is eligible for the 12 new apartments. The development was authorized under ... Read More »

Wolfpack Re-Aligns to Grow Youth Football

Changes are afoot for Sleepy Hollow Football.  After more than a decade, Wolfpack Football which serves kids Kindergarten through 6th grade with flag and youth tackle football programs is renaming itself Jr. Horsemen Football.  New High School Varsity Football Coach Jorge Veintimilla will oversee football at all ages in town and the idea is to more closely align the youth ... Read More »

HACKLEY SCHOOL Class of 2017

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Shayan Argrette Ahmad Isabella Cacdac Ampil Salik Awan William Kirby Ballentine Lucy Alison Barse Matthew Peter Bonanno Kristen Elizabeth Bringsjord Winston Edward Britton Jr. Camille Harker Butterfield Madison Kelly Chen Andrew Kendrick Chung Jack Kaplan Clark Jackson Spencer Corrigan William Biddle Cotter Meghan Irene Macrae Cunningham Fernando H. Docters Joy Morgan Dracos Sabrina Esther Fleishaker Justin Kai Forstmann Owen Faulkner ... Read More »

SLEEPY HOLLOW HIGH SCHOOL Class of 2017

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Esmeralda Abreu Angel Acosta Diaz Alexandra Adofo Anthony Aguirre Leon Melanie Alberto Melissa Almonte Stephen Alvarez Tatiana Andre Xavier Andre Aranxa Anorve Heidy Arana Heleno Jessica Arduino Junior Arevalo Alexander Arias Diego Arias • (Valedictorian_ Yannoli Arias Justin Atkinson Ariel Azzis Puebla Daniel Barros Dylan Basescu Jeantil Beltré Marcos Benzan Mata Zachary Bernstein Austin Bird Alec Bjorkland Lindsey Boozer Kevin ... Read More »

Bring Your Own Kayak Program Likely on the Lakes

by Barrett Seaman   For several years now, it’s been possible for residents and visitors alike to rent a kayak and explore the wildlife-rich shores of the Tarrytown Lakes on weekends. The vendor, Hudson River Recreation, charges anywhere from $20 for one hour in a single kayak up to $60 for three hours in a double. This summer, the Tarrytown Village ... Read More »

ITAV10591 to Launch New Service

A community grant will help a local group expand its commitment to seniors with a new service. ITAV10591, the group of volunteers dedicated to helping seniors live independently in their homes, has received a $12,000 grant from the Westchester Community Foundation. The WCF is a division of the New York Community Trust, one of the largest community foundations in the ... Read More »

YMCA to Honor Longtime Board Member Giuliano at Ball

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by Kimberly Gaudin de Gonzalez The first words that pop into Linda Giuliano’s mind when you mention the YMCA are: Community. Friendship. Ability to adapt. Persistence. Giuliano, who has been a member of the Family YMCA at Tarrytown since 1993 and a board member for more than 22 years, will be honored at the Y’s Masquerade Ball on September 22, ... Read More »