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Bridge Over Troubled Waters

For the past 18 months, a Rockland/Westchester citizens committee called "Concerned Citizens for Responsible Development" has been focusing on the NY State Department of Transportation’s Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) and Tappan... Read more »
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Living Free in Tarrytown

Tarrytown resident Jeffrey Deskovic wants you to know he’s articulate, educated, and mentally stable — not the withdrawn, shabby-looking person in a T-shirt portrayed on the front page of Sunday’s New York... Read more »
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Tarrytown Fire Hydrants — Public or Private?

As reported in most local news outlets, a fire broke out at 119 Cobb Lane on Saturday morning, November 24th, close to 8:30 a.m. Firefighters arrived with dispatch only to find that... Read more »
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Swindlers Swipe Side-View Mirrors!

Police are currently following some leads after dozens of vehicles were vandalized at an apartment complex in Tarrytown late last month. Residents at Halston House Condominiums on Benedict Avenue awoke on Nov. Read more »
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Purposeful, Political or Posturing, Tarrytown Files a Lawsuit It May Not Pursue

Litigation is not new between the Villages of Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow. The previous Tarrytown administration brought its sister village into court, questioning the environmental impact of the eleven-luxury-homes development called the... Read more »
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Just the Ticket, Rebuilding a Railroad Station

Metro-North executives announced at the October 15 Village Board of Trustees work session that the Tarrytown station would be part of Phase II in the MTA Capital Program. Read more »
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Project Daffodil

"I cannot endure to waste anything as precious as autumn sunshine by staying in the house. So I spend almost all the daylight hours in the open air." — Nathaniel Hawthorne What... Read more »
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Cost of a College – Priceless

Claims that Fordham University had been approached by a Muslim cultural institute to create a mosque and school on Marymount’s Tarrytown campus appear unfounded at this time. Read more »
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One Hundred Year Update

When a hole in the ground appears in Tarrytown, surrounded by work trucks, it is usually the phone company or an electrical service. Lately, however, many of the holes are the result... Read more »

Fitting a New House to its Neighborhood

Article X of the Village of Tarrytown Zoning Code, is a new addition to help keep Tarrytown from being overwhelmed by the relatively new practice of tearing down houses and replacing them... Read more »