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Following a lengthy discussion, the Pound Ridge Planning Board voted 6-to-1 on May 26 to send a memorandum from town staff to the Pound Ridge Town Board recommending that the proposal from the Pound Ridge Golf Club to amend its Integrated Turfgrass Pest Management Plan and to expand the list…

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A wide array of issues, including the war in Ukraine, federal infrastructure legislation, the potential overturning of Roe v. Wade and local efforts to regulate gasoline-powered leaf blowers were among the topics addressed by Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney on May 7 at the Pound Ridge Town House.

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Pound Ridge residents will soon have the opportunity to respond to a survey created by the town’s Comprehensive Plan Outreach Committee. The survey results will be used to assist the Comprehensive Plan Update Committee in completing a new version of the document, which was last updated in 2010.

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Hosted by the Pound Ridge Partnership in collaboration with the Pound Ridge Human Rights Advisory Committee, the Pound Ridge Color Run on Saturday, June 4, will be the town’s first 5K Road Race and Fun Run commemorating Pride Month.The Pound Ridge Color Run, taking place on the same day as P…

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Despite earlier concerns that ultimately led to a compromise that would have preserved much of the historic home at 205 Honey Hollow Road, the Pound Ridge Landmarks and Historic District Commission on Tuesday voted unanimously to approve a certificate of appropriateness for significant chang…

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With Earth Day approaching on April 22, the Town of Pound Ridge and one of its residents have been honored for their environmental efforts by Westchester County. In addition, Friends of Pound Ridge will hold the second annual Earth Day Everyday Festival on April 23

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Pound Ridge town attorney, William Harrington, and town resident John McCown are at odds over the reception the town is giving to Mr. McCown’s call to consider reappraising undervalued water utility parcels, a move the resident believes could lower taxes for most town residents. 

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Rare is the romantic partner who would swoon when presented with a bouquet of lichens in a bird’s nest — rather than, say, a dozen red red roses. But naturalist, arborist, and recreation supervisor for Westchester County, Taro Ietaka, who gifted his soon-to-be wife, Mary, with just such an a…

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Amphibians are common in the Town of Pound Ridge and, during the late winter and early spring migration season, are often in danger when they seek to cross local roads. But for the fourth consecutive year, a group of Pound Ridge residents is volunteering as part of a statewide project seekin…

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 This spring, voters may be asked to authorize a multi-million dollar bond issue to fund capital projects at all seven schools in the Bedford Central School District. But there will be no additional cost to taxpayers, the Pound Ridge Town Board was told at its Feb. 1 meeting.

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Providing mental health services to Westchester County residents was already a critical need, but the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic two years ago significantly amplified the challenge, two officials of the county Department of Community Mental Health said during the Jan. 22 Coffee with the …

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The Pound Ridge Town Board on Jan. 4 held its annual organizational meeting for 2022. The town board members approved the appointments proposed by Supervisor Kevin Hansan and assigned special advisers to the supervisor and town board. 

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Jennifer Coulter, who has been involved with the Pound Ridge Library in various roles for the past 15 years, has been appointed as the library’s new director, effective Jan. 1, 2022. Her appointment was approved by the library’s board of trustees at its meeting Tuesday, Dec. 21.