The Pound Ridge Town Board voted unanimously May 9 to allow residents who use the town’s recycling center to pay for dumpster permits with cr…
The Pound Ridge Democratic Committee has made its nominations for the 2023 town elections with a slate that includes four incumbents and one newcomer.
The new Pound Ridge leaf blower law, which was the subject of contentious public debates, is going to be implemented Monday, May 15.
Following several years of work, the Green at 77 Westchester Ave. in Pound Ridge was completed last year.
A plan to add five spaces to the 23-space parking lot at the Pound Ridge Library has come to a standstill after it was stopped by town building inspector, James Perry.
The Pound Ridge Land Conservancy recently announced the hiring of David Prosser as the organization’s new land steward.
About 20 Pound Ridge residents, many with their monthly electric bills in hand, came to the Pound Ridge Library April 12 to learn about the options they have regarding their electricity provider supplier.
“Reduce, Reuse, Recycle” is a phrase you’ve probably heard many times. The Town of Pound Ridge put that saying into action by hosting the third annual Earth Day Everyday Festival on April 22, organized by the Earth Day Everyday Committee.
Pound Ridge Conservation Board Chair Ellen Grogan is stepping down from her post because she is moving from the area in May.
The public is invited to join Friends of Pound Ridge at its third annual Earthday Every Day Festival celebration, taking place Saturday, April 22, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Athletics have long been an important part of the life of Andrea Russo. And, with her appointment as town recreation supervisor, she is getting a new chance to pursue her lifelong interest.
Pound Ridge Supervisor Kevin Hansan was joined by Westchester County Executive George Latimer who addressed local realtors at the Town House on March 23 at the semi-annual Pound Ridge Real Estate Roundtable.
The recent banking crisis at Signature Bank hit home with the Pound Ridge Library.
Local residents were asked to bring their broken household items, such as lamps, computers and CD players to the seventh Repair Café scheduled for Saturday, March 25, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., at Conant Hall, located at 257 Westchester Ave., Pound Ridge.
The Pound Ridge Landmarks and Historic District Commission made a little history of its own on March 21.
Though several residents spoke in favor of a proposal to create a dog park in Pound Ridge at the March 14 town board work session, winning support from town officials for the idea remains a work in progress.
Much has changed in Pound Ridge over the past 13 years, but one thing hasn’t: the town’s Comprehensive Plan.
Though town officials acknowledged the need for additional affordable housing, the Pound Ridge Town Board voted unanimously March 7 to approve a resolution objecting to the housing plan advanced by Gov. Kathy Hochul.
The Town of Pound Ridge marked International Women’s Day by honoring seven residents at the town board meeting March 7.
With interior renovation work at the Pound Ridge Library complete, a new logo may be created for the facility.
If, at any point over the past 18 years, you were looking for David Goldberg, Pound Ridge’s long-serving recreation superintendent, probably the last place you would find him was in his office. Far more likely, he’d be at the town pool, pretending to fall into the water so that the lifeguard…
The Pound Ridge Town Board revised two property tax reduction programs at its Feb. 14 meeting in efforts to provide additional tax savings for particular groups of residents.
Thanks to a recent state grant, the Pound Ridge Building Department will be able to digitize many of its documents, improving public access and marking a first but significant step in modernizing town records.
Despite budget challenges posed by rising inflation, Town of Pound Ridge finances have been in positive shape over the past two years, Director of Finance Steven Conti told the Pound Ridge Town Board on Feb. 14.
The continuing interior improvement in the Pound Ridge Library and the library’s Annual Report to the Community were among the topics addressed at the Jan. 24 library Board of Trustees meeting.
The Pound Ridge Planning board on Jan. 26 voted unanimously to refer to the town board a proposal from T-Mobile to make modifications to the existing cell tower at 29 Adams Lane. The changes require updating of the cell operator’s special use permit.
The Town of Pound Ridge is not exactly experiencing an onslaught of requests for prospective owners of dispensaries for the sale of recreational marijuana.
The Town of Pound Ridge lost a fixture in its Highway Department on Dec. 29, when Richard Hooker retired after working for the town since January 1998.
The Friends of Pound Ridge Earth Day Everyday Initiative has held a series of events in town focusing on environmental sustainability.
With all the changes that have taken place over the decades in Pound Ridge, there has been at least one constant presence in town — James Perry.
The Pound Ridge Town Board voted unanimously Jan. 10 to extend the period in which residential units in accessory buildings can be permitted for another five years.
Many economists are warning that an economic downturn is imminent in 2023, citing inflation and higher interest rates as the main causes.
The Pound Ridge Town Board officially began its work for 2023 when it held its annual organizational meeting Jan. 3.
The interior renovation project at the Pound Ridge Library, which has been going on for months, is nearly complete, Library Director Jennifer Coulter said this week.
Land Steward Andrew Morgan’s time at Pound Ridge Land Conservancy is coming to an end.
A $6.5 million bond to pay most of the cost of the proposal for a major expansion of the Pound Ridge Fire Department’s firehouse was approved by fire district voters by a more than 4-1 margin Dec. 13.
Following several months of debate, the Pound Ridge Town Board approved legislation to regulate the use of gas-powered leaf blowers at their Dec. 13 meeting.
For 12 years, the nonprofit Pound Ridge Partnership has sponsored such popular events as the Pound Ridge Harvest Festival and Food Truck Fridays, as well as revitalizing Scotts Corners.
The Christmas Shop at the Pound Ridge Nursery & Garden Center had been a holiday favorite for local residents.
For the sixth year in a row, the Pound Ridge town budget will stay within the state-mandated property tax cap.
A bond that would pay most of the cost of the proposal for a major expansion of the Pound Ridge Fire Department’s firehouse will be put up for voter approval next week.
Following several years of work, the Village Green project at 77 Westchester Ave., Pound Ridge, has been completed.
Proposed legislation to regulate the use of gas-powered leaf blowers continued to divide Pound Ridge residents with opinions split on the issue during the Nov. 10 town board public hearing on the issue.
The Pound Ridge Land Conservancy has added another property to its already large inventory of protected land. The new preserve will be called the Yaggi Biodiversity Preserve, Andrew Morgan, the PRLC’s land steward and program director, said last week.
Last Wednesday’s League of Women Voters forum between state Sen. Shelley Mayer and Frank Murtha was the final LWV forum involving candidates who will appear on the ballot in Bedford, Lewisboro or Pound Ridge.
The process of creating the 2023 Pound Ridge budget is well underway as town department heads have met with Director of Finance Steve Conti. Mr. Conti was scheduled to meet with the Pound Ridge Town Board this week, on Oct. 19 and 21, to discuss next year’s budget.
As five new members were seated, the Pound Ridge Library Board of Trustees discussed several construction projects, among other topics, at its Oct. 17 meeting. The board also elected new officers.
The Bayberry Bridge along the path to Scotts Corners is one of the most highly-regarded projects spearheaded by the late Richard Lyman while he was Pound Ridge supervisor. The accomplishment is being enshrined with a bench and a special plaque dedicated to his memory.
The Pound Ridge Town Board once again rejected a request from the Town of Lewisboro to approve a “no thru traffic” sign on Highview Road.
A popular local event is on tap again next week as the 2022 Friends of Pound Ridge Community Golf Tournament will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 18.
The Town of Pound Ridge received national recognition last weekend by winning top honors during the 2022 America in Bloom National Awards Program.