Montrose Resident Honored

Kathryn Joblon of Montrose is the recipient of a 2020 Public Health Award presented by the Westchester County Board of Health and County Executive George Latimer.   Joblon was honored as someone who has “volunteered to help the needy, veterans and first responders, among others.” Board of... Read more »

Linda’s Legacy – Recreational Areas and Activities Are the Pride of Cortlandt  

A Monthly Retrospective of Linda Puglisi’s 30 Years as Town of Cortlandt Supervisor   A very important part of a local government’s value to constituents is its recreation activities, sports programs, projects and special events, for... Read more »

Lakeland Students Earn Multiple Awards

The Lakeland District Debate Team had a strong showing at the New York  City Urban Debate League State Tournament in April, with two teams reaching the elimination round and two students winning speaker  awards.   “It was great... Read more »

Scholar Athlete of the Month: Fiona McGovern

Fiona McGovern, senior at Hendrick Hudson High School, has starred as a two-sport athlete throughout her four years at the school. In the fall and winter, she’s a member of the cheerleading team.... Read more »

Harckham’s Bill to Add Furnace Brook Lake to Inland Waterways Passes in Senate

Designation makes nearby communities eligible for funding of watershed management plans, revitalization efforts New York State Senator Pete Harckham and his colleagues in the Senate passed legislation (S.2992) today that will now... Read more »

Destination Imagination Teams Win Big at State Tournament 

Destination Imagination (DI) teams from Lakeland Central School District excelled at the April state tournament, with all three teams that competed earning top honors and advancing to the Global finals this  month.  Super Sonic Six, a middle school team, and Super Steam Train, a group of elementary... Read more »

Cortlandt Supervisor Puglisi Responds to Supervisor Candidate’s Letter

Anyone who wishes to come to Town Hall for any Town business has been able to do so.  Read more »

Letter to the Editor: Cortlandt Issues Police Reform Report

The Town does not have its own police force, but the people of Cortlandt sought to have their voice heard. Read more »

Letter to the Editor: Time to Re-Open Cortlandt Town Hall

There is no science based evidence to continue to hold closed town meetings. Read more »

Linda’s Legacy – Celebrating Cortlandt’s Three Decades of Economic Growth

A Monthly Retrospective of Linda Puglisi’s 30 Years as Town of Cortlandt Supervisor   Cortlandt has approximately 200 small businesses. As Supervisor, I have attended many ribbon cuttings over the years, welcoming new... Read more »