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Tarrytown Loses Appeal in Manhole Fatalities Case

| by Rick Pezzullo |   The Village of Tarrytown recently lost an appeal of a state Department of Labor ruling that it violated safety regulations in the Labor Day 2010 manhole accident that claimed the lives of a village DPW employee and a volunteer firefighte... More »


Incumbent Tarrytown Trustees Feel Board Cohesiveness is an Asset

| by Rick Pezzullo |   The three incumbent village trustees running unopposed for reelection in Tarrytown have been working together on a bipartisan board that hasn’t seen any personnel changes in the last eight years, an accomplishment the trio believes has s... More »

$4.6M Fields, Facilities School Bond Approved in Irvington

The third time did prove to be the charm in the Irvington School District as a much debated $4.6 million fields and facilities renovation referendum was approved by voters Tuesday. The bond, which includes building maintenance projects in all district schools ... More »

SH Trustee Asked to Resign Denies Allegations by Mayor

A Sleepy Hollow trustee, asked by Mayor Ken Wray to resign her post, has denied she violated ethics in pursuing a village housing code change that the mayor alleges benefited her financially. Trustee Evelyn Stupel said last week at a meeting the charges agains... More »

Trustees Close to Tightening Up Tarrytown Historic Commons Zone

The Tarrytown Board of Trustees is close to finalizing revisions to the Historic Commons HC Zone, land adjacent to the Hudson River in the village’s south end, which has been studied for over a year. Village Administrator Michael Blau explained that questions ... More »