A Letter from Cortlandt Supervisor Linda Puglisi: I’m Retiring on 12/31/21

Since the local political parties will be preparing their list of candidates for next years (November 2021) election, I thought I should be the one to tell our Cortlandt community first that... Read more »

Assemblywoman Galef Calls For Public Meeting About Indian Point Decommissioning Process

The Federal Nuclear Regulatory Commission said That Indian Point would be transferred to Holtec for decommissioning Assemblywoman Sandy Galef sent a letter to the Chairman of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), calling... Read more »

Hen Hud Students Champion Used Sporting Goods for Underprivileged Kids

The next time you are in your garage (or basement or attic), take a look around. Chances are you will see a box or a bag full of soccer balls, baseball mitts, or tennis... Read more »

Town of Cortlandt Unveils Marketing Video

Building upon the momentum of a branding campaign announced this summer, Town of Cortlandt Supervisor Linda Puglisi and Town Board today unveiled the Town’s latest tool to attract business and economic development... Read more »

Cortlandt Resident Turns Lyme Disease Pain into a Business Helping Others

As an adventurous child, Meghan Ward loved exploring the outdoors. Growing up on Long Island, the threat of deer ticks is high and commonly found in the wooded and grassy areas where... Read more »

Cortlandt Forming Police Reform Task Force Pursuant to Governor Cuomo’s Statewide Order

The Town of Cortlandt is putting together a police reform task force that will engage the public on recommending changes and suggestions that it will be making to Westchester County and New York State... Read more »

New Local Theatre Company Honors Local Legacy during Legend of Sleepy Hollow Bicentennial

Phoenix Theatre and Arts Company picked a difficult time to open its doors – during a pandemic when theaters are struggling and many are unable to perform at all. “It’s a hard... Read more »

Field Hall Foundation Awards Additional $50,000 in COVID-19 Relief Grants

The Field Hall Foundation has awarded an additional $50,000 in COVID-19 Relief grants for programs supporting seniors impacted by the pandemic.  Funds were awarded to non-profits in Dutchess, Putnam and Westchester Counties... Read more »

Legislators Borgia & Smith Jointly Request Funding for Three Projects in 2021 Capital Project Budget

In advance of the release of County Executive George Latimer’s 2021 Capital Project Budget, Legislators Catherine Borgia and Colin Smith requested the inclusion of three projects. The projects are: $2M for the... Read more »

Harckham Announces State Aid for Construction is Heading to Four District Libraries

Hendrick Hudson Free Library in Montrose among the Beneficiaries New York State Senator Pete Harckham announced today that four libraries in the 40th Senate District have been allocated state aid for library... Read more »