What’s Fair and What’s Enough…, Negotiating A New Police Contract

As of June 1, the wage and benefit contract for Sleepy Hollow’s Police Department was two years past due. Currently, the Department and the Village are in negotiations while also pursuing arbitration... Read more »

Never Too Old For Something New, Senior Housing For Sleepy Hollow

Starting this fall, construction will begin on a new senior housing development on Valley Street in Sleepy Hollow. This low-income housing structure will stand just across from Margotta Court and add much... Read more »

The Fork In The Road For Lighthouse Landing

For the better part of eight years, Sleepy Hollow’s Mayor, Philip Zegarelli, has crafted a plan with the help of the Board of Trustees, residents, volunteer boards, Village and County officials. Read more »

Sleepy Hollow Village Notes, Sleepy Hollow Budget Increase Near 10%

  Given the opportunity, I would like to take a few moments to outline current budgetary issues in this year’s plan. First, Sleepy Hollow has a two-tier assessment roll: “homestead,” (all 1-,... Read more »

Calling All Young Naturalists

The Rockefeller State Park Preserve wants you to meet some of the amphibians up close and learn what makes these animals so special. The program called, “Frogs, Toads and Salamanders,” will take... Read more »

Phelps Memorial Joins Healthcare System

The NewYork–Presbyterian Healthcare System Board approved Phelps Memorial Hospital Center to become an affiliated member. “We are pleased that Phelps has joined the New York-Presbyterian Healthcare System, and we look forward to... Read more »

Village of Sleepy Hollow Initiatives

It’s not very often that residents have the opportunity to see the workings of Village goverment. In Sleepy Hollow the business backgrounds of both Mayor Philip Zegarelli and Village Administrator Dwight Douglas... Read more »

Getting It Right The First Time, Lighthouse Landing

Sleepy Hollow’s Planning Board Chairman, Nicholas Robinson, is looking at every street within the Village and even those that don’t exist yet. Read more »

Update On Lighthouse Landing, An Interview with Philip Zegarelli

Artist’s rendering looking up Beekman Avenue The Village of Sleepy Hollow has a time deadline of December 16 to get all comments in on the Preliminary Final Environmental Impact Statement (PFEIS) submitted... Read more »

Headless Horseman Sculpture, A Commitment To Community And Creativity

Approximately five years ago Mayor Philip Zegarelli formed a committee of Sleepy Hollow residents to explore the possibility of a larger-than-life sculpture of Ichabod Crane’s desperate attempt to reach safety at the... Read more »