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…
The Lewisboro Town Board on Monday passed a resolution supporting Westchester County’s Declaration of Climate Emergency, but not without objections from one board member, and subsequently from some members of the public.
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.
The firms who completed engineering studies of Lake Kitchawan, Lake Truesdale and Lake Waccabuc presented their recommendations to the town on Monday, Nov. 15, to reduce phosphorus pollution through three separate multi-million dollar septic system projects.
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…
With all of Lewisboro’s 12 district’s reporting, Democratic candidate Tony Goncalves won the race for Lewisboro Town Supervisor with 57% of the 4,200 votes cast, replacing current Supervisor Peter Parsons at the end of the year.
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…
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…
During Tuesday night’s work session, the Lewisboro Town Board continued to consider budget requests from the Parks and Recreation Department and Lewisboro Library and began discussions of the town’s 2022 requested budget.
With current Lewisboro Town Supervisor, Peter Parsons, stepping down at the end of the year, Democratic candidate Tony Goncalves and Republican candidate Bill Bongiorno will go head-to-head for the open position.
The Lewisboro Parks and Recreation Department released their fall brochure for the first time in two years, with an expansive list of programs and events for community members.
On Nov. 3, Lewisboro voters will have a choice of four Lewisboro town board candidates to fill two open board seats.
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…
On Nov. 2, Lewisboro residents will have the opportunity to vote in three townwide races — town board, town supervisor and tax receiver.
During Monday night’s Lewisboro Town Board meeting, the town took a large step toward becoming more sustainable by approving the installation of 16 electric vehicle chargers at six town-owned properties.
On Tuesday, Sept. 7, New York State Sen. Pete Harckham and Assemblymember Chris Burdick announced that Gov. Kathy Hochul and the state’s Environmental Facilities Corporation awarded the Town of Lewisboro a Water Infrastructure Improvement Act grant in the amount of $289,500.
With the Lewisboro Library Fair only a little over a week away — after being greatly missed in 2020 due to COVID-19 — residents can look forward to enjoying longtime favorite activities as well as new features made possible by the unpredictable past year.
As a young boy living in Pound Ridge, Patrick Moore, the president of Animal Nation since 2018, found an early love for wildlife rehabilitation. After Animal Nation was founded in 2001 by Jill Doornick, a wildlife rehabilitator from Rye, Mr. Moore quickly joined the team to help spread a mes…
At an early evening ceremony on Tuesday, at the Goldens Bridge Firehouse, Westchester County Legislator Kitley Covill, who serves District 2, presented certificates to Goldens Bridge Fire Department firefighters with 25 or more years of service as volunteer emergency first responders.
During their meeting on Tuesday, Aug. 31, the Comprehensive Plan Steering Committee discussed the final steps needed to submit their Request for Proposal to hire a project consultant and also provided updates on the committee’s community survey.
The Lewisboro Town Board held a work session Monday, Aug. 23, to discuss American Rescue Plan Act funds, requiring sign-in sheets for public comment periods and the Comprehensive Plan Steering Committee’s Request for Proposals, among other items.
The Lewisboro Parks and Recreation Department this past week finished its second summer of camps as the COVID-19 pandemic dragged on, keeping their campers and staff safe.
Town Supervisor Peter Parsons on Thursday declared a local state of emergency for the Town of Lewisboro due to a steep increase in COVID-19 cases, which stood at 36 at the time of the order.
Waccabuc artist Katy Ferrarone is launching into the local art scene through her first exhibition in Westchester, “Transmute,” at CB Gallery in Katonah.
Joan Alice Fles, 95, of Truesdale Lake, South Salem, died on Aug. 6.
The Lewisboro Land Trust recently announced that their Access Nature program has been selected as a partner for HSBC’s corporate social responsibility Graduate Group Initiatives in partnership with GlobalGiving UK.
During Monday night’s Town Board meeting, town residents learned they most likely will not be able to vote on the town’s decision to opt out of cannabis dispensaries and lounges until the November 2022 election.
After three very successful Evenings in the Park held by the Lewisboro Town Park Playground Improvement Project, Josephine Berisha, director of outreach and volunteers, said the volunteer community group is well on its way to reaching their initial goal of $100,000, with more than $60,000 al…
After watching their kids sit through the pandemic, itching for something to do around town, Lewisboro parents Samantha Zaffiro and Alison Green decided to create the Kid’s Community Club of Lewisboro. They saw it as way to connect children with a range of local initiatives.
Over the past several weeks, the Oakridge Water District has once again been in the town spotlight. It appeared on the agenda of Lewisboro Town Board meetings and was the subject of a community forum held July 21 in the Lewisboro Elementary School gymnasium.
At its July 26 meeting, the Lewisboro Town Board took up several additional agenda items, including a grant application to fund a campaign to encourage the use of battery-powered lawn equipment and renewal of the agreement to participate in the bulk energy buying program of Westchester Power…
During Monday night’s Lewisboro Town Board meeting, Susan Rabold, a project planning manager with CityScape Consultants, said the firm’s comprehensive mapping analysis of the area showed that the town will need several new cell towers over the next 10 years in order to meet growing service demands.
In a nearly three-hour meeting Monday night, the Lewisboro Town Board received the first quarterly presentation from the Comprehensive Plan Steering Committee. Lewisboro residents filled about half of the Lewisboro Elementary School gym in socially distanced seats, bearing the stagnant heat.