Monthly Archives: December 2015

SBNC Call for Nominations

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The School Board Nominating Committee will hold an open meeting Wednesday, January 20th (Snow Date January 21st) at 8:00 PM in the Greenville School library to receive nominations for candidates for the Edgemont Union Free School District Board of Education. Nominations must be made in a letter addressed to Howard Hirsch, SBNC Chairman, 21 Barford Lane, Scarsdale, NY 10583 and must be received before January 20th at 8:00 PM. Nominating letters may also be presented in person at the open meeting held that evening.

Additional information can be found on the SBNC websitewww.edgemontecc.com/sbnc

Additionally, anybody interested in serving on the 2016-2017 SBNC is encouraged to reach out to their Civic Association President. Contact information can be found here.

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EDGEMONT RESIDENTS RAISING MONEY FOR MARLA WEIZNER’S CHILDREN

As we celebrate the holidays, let us pause to remember Marla Payson Weizner, the first grade teacher at Greenville School and Edgemont native. Marla died from cancer a few weeks ago, leaving her husband Bill and their two young children, … Continue reading

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GREENBURGH PROPOSAL TO CHARGE CIVIC ASSOCIATIONS RETROACTIVELY FOR APPEALING BUILDING INSPECTOR INTEPRETATIONS SEEN AS MALICIOUS AND SPITEFUL

Greenburgh’s civic leaders say a Town Board proposal to charge civic associations retroactively for appealing interpretations of the Town’s zoning code by the building inspector is malicious, spiteful and probably unlawful. The controversy began this summer when the Edgemont Community … Continue reading

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GREENBURGH TO SELL FRANK’S NURSERY PROPERTY TO ASSISTED LIVING FACILITY ON TERMS LIKELY TO COST TAXPAYERS

That on again off again sale of the former Frank’s Nursery property on Dobbs Ferry Road is back on again – only this time, instead of the Town getting “millions” for the property, the sale could end up costing town … Continue reading

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GREENBURGH BOARD ADDS $400K IN SPENDING, WHILE ELIMINATING PROJECTED REVENUE FROM EDGEMONT ASSISTED LIVING PROJECT

At the end of the day, the hypocrisy of including in next year’s budget $204,000 in building permit revenue from a controversial assisted living proposal in Edgemont that doesn’t appear to satisfy the Town’s zoning law was too much to … Continue reading