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On Tuesday, Nov. 16, the Lewisboro Planning Board reviewed an application for final subdivision approval and approval of wetland activity and stormwater permits for the construction of a 13-lot subdivision at Silvermine Drive and Lockwood Road, South Salem, a project that has been under revi…

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On Nov. 10, the Lewisboro’s Sustainability Advisory Committee and chair Robert Fischman announced that the committee, with the help of Councilmember Tony Gonçalves, submitted a new grant application to reignite the effort to bring electric vehicle chargers to the town.

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With a slow rollout for Pfizer’s COVID-19 pediatric vaccine for 5- to 11-year-olds and with New York state pulling out of the Westchester County Center in favor of Westchester Medical Center in Valhalla this week due to low daily usage, communities are seeking different ways to get vaccines …

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During Monday night’s Lewisboro Town Board work session, John Dullaghan, director of government affairs for Altice USA, spoke to the board about the status of Optimum’s local infrastructure and enhancements being made to the service.

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Easily overlooked between the competitive, costumed, candy-crush of Halloween and the increasingly raucous Díos de los Muertos parties are the more solemn rituals that take place on the Feast of All Souls’ Day on Nov. 2 — the songs and prayers of remembrance for the faithfully departed resou…

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On Monday, Nov. 1, Westchester County District Attorney Miriam Rocah announced that Robert Durst was indicted for the murder of his first wife, Kathleen Durst, in South Salem on or about Jan. 31, 1982.

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The Lewisboro Housing Committee is co-sponsoring an Affordable Housing Information Session on Tuesday, Nov. 16, from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the former Lewisboro Elementary School gym located at 79 Bouton Road, South Salem. The other sponsors are two Westchester-based not-for-profit housing cou…

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The Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine won yet another race this week on Nov. 2, as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention approved the vaccine for children ages 5-11 under the Emergency Use Authorization. It will be a two-dose, three weeks apart process, just like it was for adults, a…

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The Old Pound Road Committee is seeking to meet with the Pound Ridge Town Board at its Nov. 9 meeting to discuss issues related to the town-owned property, including an elevated boardwalk that would be much longer than previously envisioned.

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The Lewisboro Town Board continued discussing the 2022 town budget during their Monday night meeting. After reviewing the requested budget at its last meeting, the board moved into the tentative budget stage.

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Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 2, with voting taking place at residents regular polling places from 8 a.m. until 9 p.m. There are also three days of early voting remaining: today, Friday, Oct. 29, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Saturday, Oct. 30, from noon to 5 p.m.; and Sunday, Oct. 31, from noon to…

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On Saturday, Oct. 16, over 1,000 people filled the Lewisboro Town Park for the Lewisboro Playground Improvement Project’s first Oktoberfest. The well-attended fundraiser — complete with beer, cider, warm pretzels and barbecue courtesy of Lewisboro Lions — had the feel of a large community ce…

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During Tuesday night’s meeting, the Lewisboro Planning Board heard preliminary plans for modifications to North County Shopping Center, Goldens Bridge, with the goal of moving away from a traditional shopping center, and turning it into a mixed-use hamlet center of residential, retail and co…

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Concerned about the cost and effectiveness of the town’s recycling operations, the Pound Ridge Conservation Board has begun discussions about creating a survey on the program that would be distributed to town residents.

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With Westchester County Legislator Kitley Covill deciding not to run for a third term, the 2nd Legislative District seat that encompasses Bedford, Lewisboro and Pound Ridge is being sought by one first-time and one second-time candidate.

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On Monday, Oct. 4, state Assembly Majority Speaker Carl Heastie visited the Lewisboro Town Park, the Community Center of Northern Westchester in Katonah and Neighbors Link in Mount Kisco on a scheduled visit to the district of Assemblymember Chris Burdick.

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Pound Ridge Montessori’s 50th birthday revels had to wait because of — what else? But that only made their post-COVID “golden” moment that much more glorious: their anniversary-pegged expansion was completed just in time for the start of school this September when, in fact, they had more stu…

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Some residents and businesses in Bedford and Lewisboro are now eligible for new funding to help pay for sewer connections or to replace failing septics.

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Bedford voters will soon be choosing a new town supervisor, either on Election Day, Nov. 3, or in early voting beginning Oct. 23. Former town board member, Don Scott, is running on the Bedford United and Republican lines, and current town board member and Deputy Supervisor Ellen Calves is ru…

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Discussion of future plans for the town-owned 7 Old Pound Road property in Pound Ridge continued on Oct. 4 as the Old Pound Road Committee took up a range of issues, including finalizing the contents of a survey that will be distributed to residents. Other discussion items included consideri…

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Preschools around northern Westchester are embarking on a new school year of holding in-person programs amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. The directors of Katonah Village Kids, Landmark Preschool in Bedford and the South Salem Nursery School said they are up to the challenge and will apply the l…