Much Ado about ADUs  

If you like your town meetings long and contentious, then you would have loved Tarrytown’s 3+ hour session on Wednesday, February 8th debating a revised Tarrytown law that permits “Accessory […] Read more »

Beware! The Dreaded Emerald Ash Borer 

If you’re noticing an abundance of fallen limbs and tree work in the area lately, that’s because unusually high winds have been wreaking havoc and a tiny invasive insect has […] Read more »

Thank God I’m a Country Boy! 

In 2014, after nearly 20 years in Brooklyn, we decided it was time to start looking for a new home. Back then, there was always a steady exodus to the […] Read more »

Diary of a Poll Worker – My Day as a Midterm Poll Worker

No matter where you fall on the political spectrum, the midterm elections in Westchester County felt like an important moment for our county, state and nation. I had the good […] Read more »

Diary of a Poll Worker – Election Day is Nov 8

I registered to be a Westchester poll worker because I wanted to see what all the fuss is about. According to the media, social media, and the house in our neighborhood […] Read more »