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If there were a title for “master monarch butterfly whisperer,” University of Connecticut’s Alice Ely would have already taken the prize. In addition to being an advanced master gardener, UConn Master Composter 2018, and gardens chair at Westport’s Wakeman Town Farm, Ms. Ely is also the crea…

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The Town of Pound Ridge has announced that the Westchester County Board of Health on June 12 released official guidance regarding allowable operations for both camp and swimming pools. 

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The Pound Ridge Town Board approved a proposal to create a Village Green at the former Texaco gas station site located at 77 Westchester Ave. during a special work session on Tuesday. The decision brings finality to a site in the middle of Scotts Corners that has sat in limbo on the tax roll…

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This time of year, an otherwise quiet backyard can transform into a bustling wildlife hub for a family of house finch or a herd of deer. In the midst of all this activity, it’s not uncommon to come across injured or abandoned wildlife on your property. The Pound Ridge Conservation Board offe…

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Construction on the Transportation Enhancement Project is one of the only projects that has not been disrupted by the coronavirus outbreak. Work on the sidewalk improvement project in Scotts Corners has continued unabated since early March and is on schedule to be completed by July, accordin…

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The Market at Pound Ridge Square has always served as a central focal point for residents in the community, but never has it been more “essential” than during the outbreak of COVID-19. Since the beginning of the pandemic in February, grocery stores have been among the few retail businesses t…

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The Pound Ridge Partnership is moving into phase two of its #SupportPoundRidgeBiz small business program, following two virtual town halls hosted for the Pound Ridge business community in April. The online forums were just one part of PRP’s mission to provide small businesses with guidance a…

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The Pound Ridge Town Board addressed public comments regarding its approval of a $1.3 million bond resolution to pay for the acquisition of 7 Old Pound Road during its virtual board meeting on Tuesday. This comes one week after Town Supervisor Kevin Hansan first announced the town’s plans to…

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COVID-19 put a lot of things on pause, but it didn’t stop the Pound Ridge Town Board from approving a $1.3 million bond resolution during its virtual meeting Tuesday. The bond will pay for the acquisition of 7 Old Pound Road, approximately 21 acres of vacant land eyed by the town as a potent…

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The sidewalk improvement project in Scotts Corners is generating less than favorable buzz this week, following a post on the Pound Ridge Community Facebook page that appears to show a series of construction errors.

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Like most of us, the daily routine for David Goldberg is different now than it once was. As superintendent of Recreation and Parks for Pound Ridge, Mr. Goldberg is usually occupied with planning many different types of programs and activities for residents of all ages. He’s in charge of the …

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Local government and business leaders joined members of the Pound Ridge Economic Development Committee for a virtual meeting Tuesday. The agenda focused on how businesses have been impacted so far by the coronavirus outbreak and how the town, EDC and the Pound Ridge Business Association can help.

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The Pound Ridge Town Board met briefly Tuesday via Zoom for a conservation-themed meeting. The virtual gathering could have been considered an informal Earth Day celebration, with the adoption of both the Natural Resources Inventory and 2012 Climate Action Plan.

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The Pound Ridge Town Board resumed government business with its first virtual meeting since the coronavirus outbreak hit, gathering on Tuesday via Zoom. The board last met March 10, just as the health crisis was deepening.

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The coronavirus outbreak continues to dramatically change the routines of everyday life — the ways we socialize, shop, eat, work, and even grieve. County statistics released this week report over 200 deaths among Westchester County residents and over 1,000 COVID-19 patients hospitalized in t…

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So, how do you continue offering products and services as a bricks-and-mortar store when all of your customers are social distancing, self-isolating or quarantined? It’s a question the business owners in Pound Ridge have had to grapple with in recent weeks as the coronavirus outbreak continues.