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During the Lewisboro Town Board meeting on July 12, Town Supervisor Peter Parsons said the town has fared well financially despite the pandemic, due to the Lewisboro Building Department’s large increase in revenue so far this year.

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Lewisboro and, to a lesser extent, Bedford, among other towns, have seen contentious debates recently over the decision to allow or prohibit adult-use cannabis retail dispensaries or on-site consumption licenses from locating within their jurisdictions.

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The disagreement between the Katonah Village Library and the town over the level of funding the town supplies to the library does not appear headed toward a quick resolution. Based on the latest statements from both sides in the dispute, it is likely to be a contentious topic when discussion…

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For the second in a series of virtual public forums on the town’s new comprehensive plan, the focus was on the three hamlets: Bedford Hills, Bedford Village and Katonah. Each of the hamlet subcommittees spoke of plans to meet again, in person, in coming weeks.

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Construction work on the new Bedford Village firehouse is proceeding “on schedule and on budget” according to a July 3 update from the Bedford Village Fire District board of commissioners.

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Two petitions that began circulating Lewisboro last week regarding the town’s sale of two properties on Main Street, South Salem, have already acquired several hundred signatures to request a permissive referendum on the transaction.

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Re Jin Lee had been a city dweller all her life. She was born and raised in Sao Paulo, Brazil, studied in London and Milan, and as a young professional, lived in Los Angeles before moving to New York City in the early 2000s. For years, she thrived off the hustle and bustle of urban living. T…

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Plans to sell the single-family home on the town’s Old Pound Road property to the Pound Ridge Fire Department appear to be falling through, according to several people familiar with the situation.

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During Tuesday night’s Antenna Advisory Committee meeting, committee members and Town Board liaison Tony Goncalves discussed updates to CityScape’s master plan for cell towers in Lewisboro.

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A single word could sum up Monday night’s Lewisboro Town Board meeting: chaos. Lewisboro’s first in-person board meeting since March 2019 was plagued with constant interruptions from residents and ended with an explosive polling of the board.

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Bedford United, an independent party that says it is “focused on local issues, transparency, and bipartisanship,” on Thursday announced its slate of candidates for the November election. Bedford United endorsed Don Scott for town supervisor, Peter Michaelis and Alli Choi for town board, Lisb…

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The Pound Ridge Library Board held a public hearing last week on its proposed expansion of the library’s adjacent parking lot. The hearing, held June 24, represented the culmination of at least six years of work. “This is a project that we’ve been working on for quite a long time,” said Boar…

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The Lewisboro Town Board resumed its discussion Monday night on the topic of whether it should opt out of allowing marijuana dispensaries and smoking parlors, now permitted under state law.

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Engineering plans for the future village green at 77 Westchester Ave. will go to bid soon, according to sources involved with the project. This development brings the Town of Pound Ridge one step closer toward transforming the vacant lot in Scotts Corners into a multi-purpose village green. 

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At Tuesday’s town board meeting, it was announced that town offices would have a “soft opening” Wednesday, June 16. Among other business before it, the board approved a contract that would allow hybrid in-person/remote meetings and agreed to apply for a grant to improve sidewalks near Bedfor…

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The past year and a half presented us with challenges more daunting than we ever could have imagined. On top of the COVID-19 pandemic that has racked the world, the country has been inundated with instances of horrific hate, violence and intolerance.

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The Katonah Bedford Hills Volunteer Ambulance Corps held its annual awards picnic last Saturday, June 5, honoring members who demonstrated outstanding performance during the past year.

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Caramoor is more than concerts — it is an outdoor experience. And it is opening its grounds free to the public, beginning today, Friday, June 11 through Sunday, June 13 — as well as every Friday through Sunday, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. until Oct. 10. 

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Lewisboro’s Comprehensive Plan Steering Committee held its first public information session on June 8. The goal of the session was to give residents an overview of the plan updating project, including how the process will work, how residents can become involved and, most importantly, how res…

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Over 90 viewers signed into Zoom at the beginning of Wednesday’s League of Women Voters of Northeast Westchester Forum for the two Democratic contenders for Bedford town supervisor, Ellen Calves and MaryAnn Carr.

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The  Bedford Town Board on Tuesday appointed Jared Antin of Bedford Hills to fill a months-long vacancy on the planning board. It also passed a number of items as part of its consent agenda, including approval of funds for street closings during Katonah Sales Days.

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In a rather unorthodox move, the Town Board this week authorized a request from the Highway Department to advertise for a position that has yet to be vacated. Although not yet officially retired, Frank Luppino, who has served as a full-time laborer with the Highway Department since June 2000…

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New York State Electric and Gas announced this week that it has started construction on a circuit upgrade project, bringing the promise of greater reliability and service to more than 1,600 customers in Pound Ridge and Lewisboro.