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Published by Halston Media, 2019-07-10 15:43:22

North Salem News 07.11.19

North Salem’s only weekly newspaper mailed to every home and business.

Thursday, July 11, 2019
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AND BEYOND!Caitlin Cahill BY JODI WEINBERGER Board meeting.
PHOTO EDITOR e plans ultimately call for increasing
COURTESY OF
ANH CAHILL Westchester County plans to double the number of towers it has for emergen-
the number of cell towers it uses for cy services from 9 to 18 across the county
emergency services by 2026 to allow to supply better coverage.
coverage for portable radios outside and
inside buildings, triggering the need for Both the Mountain Lakes and Sun
new towers in many towns. Valley sites already have towers, Spear
said, but the county plans to build a big-
Susan Spear, special advisor to County ger tower at the Mountain Lakes site
Executive George Latimer, and omas and a second tower on Sun Valley.
Ra aelli from the county’s department of
information technology, presented plans “It would be a signi cant bene t to
for a new tower at Mountain Lakes Park the community as well as the county,”
and a second tower on property owned Spear said.
by the Croton Falls Fire District on Sun
Valley Heights Road at a recent Town e new towers would house the town
and the county’s antennas for emergency

SEE CELLTOWERS PAGE 4

Caitlin Cahill of North Salem re- or Mars. e crew participated in ex- Coach Buzzetto quits over
cently attended Space Academy at periments and successfully completed school board decision
the U.S. Space and Rocket Center in an extra-vehicular activity (EVA), or
Huntsville, Alabama. spacewalk. Caitlin and crew returned to BY JODI WEINBERGER
earth in time to graduate with honors. EDITOR
e weeklong educational program
promotes science, technology, engineer- Space Camp operates year-round Henry Sassone has responded to the school board’s legal opinion that he could
ing and math (STEM), while training in Huntsville, Alabama, and uses as-
students and with hands-on activities tronaut training techniques to engage not be the director of physical education because he does not have the necessary
and missions based on teamwork, lead- trainees in real-world applications
ership and problem solving. of STEM subjects. Students sleep in certi cations.
quarters designed to resemble the ISS
is program is speci cally designed and train in simulators like those used In a statement to the North Salem News, Sassone said that the director of
for trainees who have a passion for by NASA.
space exploration. Caitlin spent the physical education and athletic director are listed in the North Salem Teacher’s
week training with a team that ew a Interested in training like an as-
simulated space mission to the Interna- tronaut? Visit spacecamp.com or call Association contract “therefore, all department chair positions in the North Salem
tional Space Station (ISS), the Moon 1-800-637-7223 to learn more.
teacher’s contract ... are not administrative positions, not requiring administrative

degrees or administrative certi cations.” SEE COACH PAGE 6

BALANCED ROCK 2 Is is the Right Time to Sell?

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LEISURE
20 FOURTH OF JULY

OPINION 8 Vail’s Grove celebrates
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The Staff Crafty volunteers ing Home Week, May 2020. 100 Salem Soccer Club 2019/2020 sculptor, Masami Kodama, have
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Thursday, July 11, 2019 North Salem News – Page 3

PUT IT IN THE BOOKS!

e North Salem Youth Baseball and Softball leagues celebrated the end of their season at Joe Bohrdrum Park on June 21 with ice cream and fun!

PHOTOS COURTESY OF SHEILA DENNEEN


Page 4 – North Salem News Thursday, July 11, 2019

CELL TOWERS cannot guarantee maintenance on that system much School board
FROM PAGE 1 holds annual
longer because the parts are not available,”Ra aelli said. reorganization

e second reason is to provide coverage for the mo- meeting

services with a possibility of adding commercial provid- bile radios. Right now, the county can’t guarantee cover- BY JODI WEINBERGER
EDITOR
ers, such as Verizon, to the one at the Mountain Lakes age for portable radios as opposed to the ones that are
New trustee Brandy Keenan was sworn
property. attached to the emergency service vehicles. in to the Board of Education at its annual
re-organization meeting on July 1 and the
Currently, the cell tower at the Mountain Lakes “All agencies have asked us to provide better cover- board chose a new president and vice presi-
dent.
property is not big enough for both the emergency ser- age,” Ra aelli said.
Andrew Brown stepped down as presi-
vices and commercial providers. e county’s plan is to bring a new system online by dent and the board voted for trustee Debo-
rah D’Agostino as president and Jennifer
“At the town’s request, we’re going to build it higher 2020 that would provide coverage for portable radios Binette as vice president.

than the current tower so that if a commercial service outdoors and build more towers so that by 2026 there Keenan replaces trustee Katherine Dan-
iels, who is running for a seat on the North
does want to come on to that tower, that would be tech- will be coverage for portable radios inside buildings. Salem Town Board after more than a de-
cade on the Board of Education.
nically capable,” Spear said. e town acknowledged the need for a better system
At a school board meeting last month,
e county plans to take down the 140-foot cell tow- for emergency services, but still pressed the county to trustees thanked Daniels for her service and
presented her with a plaque.
er and put up a 180-foot cell tower. look at other options.
“ is has been a true pleasure and honor,”
e town had talked previously with the county “I think we all understand the necessity of this, but Daniels said.

about getting a communications company like Verizon what I’m seeing is going to be a tremendous visual im-

on the Mountain Lakes site, but there’s some disagree- pact on that town,” Curtis said.

ment on whether a commercial provider could go there She asked whether the county could consider one

because it’s dedicated open land. e town believes it tower at Sun Valley instead of two, but Ra aelli said the

would need permission from the state to allow a com- cost for putting in a second tower was less than upgrad-

mercial provider and nd another parcel to dedicate as ing the existing tower.

open land in exchange for leasing the cell tower to a “We went and did our detailed studies and we deter-

communications company. mined that a lot of rock excavation would be necessary

“We have di erent legal opinions on whether it to build the shelter with the underground conduit to

would have to be removed from park land, but if we get the tower,” Ra aelli said.

interest we would go through the legal process,” Spear e town asked whether there were more cell towers

said. planned after these were nished; Ra aelli said no, with

Members of the Town Board and Planning Board the caveat that the county could not complete its plans

Chair Cynthia Curtis asked whether the county was do- for Phase 2 of its plan without rst seeing how Phase

ing anything to reduce the visual impact of the towers. 1 works.

Ra aelli said the new tower on Sun Valley would be “ e towers all work together in concert,” Ra aelli

close to the existing tower “so it will have the same vi- said. “I’d love to tell you ‘no’ but again, the nal design

sual impact as exists now” and would be narrower at for the next stage is not done. But, my recollection is no,

the top. there are no more towers going in North Salem.

Ra aelli said several things “triggered” the need for “ e whole reason for this project is the safety of rst

new towers, including replacing outdated systems. responders,” Ra aelli said. “First responders and EMS

“ e system is reaching the end of its life and the and re, who are your volunteers, to have adequate, de-

technology is old … and the manufacturer said they pendable communication, which they don’t have now.”

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Thursday, July 11, 2019 North Salem News – Page 5

Local libraries
receive state funding

e Ruth Keeler Memorial Library is among 18 libraries PHOTO COURTESY OF RIDGEFIELD ACADEMY
in the state that will receive money from the New York State
Senate. Westchester County residents
graduate from Ridgefield Academy
e aid will be used for a variety of expenditures to bene t
the libraries and their respective communities including fur- On June 12, Ridge eld Academy graduated 26 Goggin, Dylan Schwartz, Bryce Heaton, Jack
niture purchases, a self-checkout system and A/V upgrades.
members of the Class of 2019 during a beautiful Goble,Tommy Heaton, Helena Ladah, Sarah Bon-
“ e libraries in my district receiving New York State Sen-
ate aid will put the money to great use for important projects outdoor ceremony in RA’s Graduation Garden. giorno and Charlotte Henrich.
such as advanced technology for the hearing and visually im-
paired,” Senator Pete Harckham said. “We worked hard to Eleven of the graduates were “lifers” having attend- RA’s Class of 2019 will go on to attend pri-
bring this funding into our communities and we’re pleased
that we could deliver for our wonderful libraries as well as for ed RA since kindergarten. vate day schools (eight), local public high schools
our constituents.”
Graduates from Westchester County are Charles (three), and boarding schools (six).
e following libraries from the 40th Senate District will
each receive $13,889 in New York State Senate bullet aid: Academic achievements

Mount Pleasant Library e Harvey School in Katonah has announced Michael DiVestea, grade 11, North Salem,
Mount Pleasant Branch Library the names of area students who have earned Head’s List
Chappaqua Public Library academic honors for the nal marking period of
Mount Kisco Public Library the school year. Several area residents have been Colpa Temidara, grade 11, Purdys, Head’s List
Croton Free Library recognized for earning a grade-point average of Zachary Weisblatt, grade 7, North Salem,
Hendrick Hudson Free Library 4.0 or higher (Cavalier Scholar), a 3.7 or higher Head’s List
(Head’s List), or a GPA of at least 3.3 (Honor Harvey is an independent, coeducational col-
e Field Library (Peekskill) Roll): lege-preparatory school for students in grade six
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845.621.4450 COACH

219 Watermelon Hill Rd. Mahopac, NY 19541 FROM PAGE 1

SUMMER RIDING PROGRAM e Board of Education recently moved Sassone from director of physical education and athletic
director to a full-time physical education teacher after he’d held the positions for 31 years. e board
July 1st–August 30th • 1–10 Week Sessions also did not re-appoint Sassone as coach of varsity boys basketball, a position he held for 34 years.

Full-Service Equestrian Training Facility for Over 20 Years e district’s legal counsel, Hilary Moreira of Bond, Schoeneck and King, said the district is formal-
Located on 18 Acres • Riders of All Levels Welcome izing the position of director of physical education and to do that must hire someone with a physical
Staff of Experienced, Caring Professionals education certi cation and an administrative certi cation.

Lessons Available • Birthday Parties • Boarding/Leasing However, Moreira said the district would not comment on the decision to not reappoint Sassone as
Horses for Sale or Share/Lease basketball coach.

Visit our Beautiful Facilities—You’ll Be Impressed! Sassone has a masters degree from Fordham University in administration and supervision/education
leadership.
We are not your "Main Street" VOTED #12018"FNAVEIOGRHIBTOERAHUOTOODR-ENPEAXIRTSDHOOOPR"
repair shop—we're tucked away e school board meeting on July 1 was lled with Sassone’s former students and colleagues, many
on a residential street in the of who disparaged the trustees for their decisions and asked the district to reconsider.

hamlet of South Salem. Following the meeting, the girls varsity basketball coach Eric Buzzetto announced he would not be
We have been serving the returning after 10 years as coach because of the board’s decision on Sassone.
community for over 89 years.
“I would like to thank North Salem for 10 wonderful years as varsity girls basketball coach,” Buzzetto
Spring Specials said. “I have created many great relationships over the years with my players and fellow coaches and I
will never forget them. I just feel at this point North Salem athletics is going in a direction that I don’t
FRONT-END ALIGNMENT OIL CHANGE: SYNTHETIC BLEND want to be a part of.”

$89 Reg. $2999 Reg. e district is currently advertising for jobs an interim director of K-12 Physical Education and
$119 $48 Athletics along with coaches for fall sports, JV volleyball, assistant cross country, and boys and girls
Exp. 7/18/19 Up to 5 Quarts. Exp. 7/18/19 varsity basketball.

A/C SERVICE SPECIAL OIL CHANGE: FULL SYNTHETIC County seeks nominations
for Senior Hall of Fame
$119 Reg. $5999 Reg.
$149 $82 e following is from Westchester County:

Plus Freon. Exp. 7/18/19 Up to 5 Quarts. Exp. 7/18/19 Do you know a senior who is making a positive di erence in Westchester County through his
or her professional life, volunteer work or both? If so, Westchester County Executive George
Open Monday- OSCALETA RD OLD OSCALETA RD NY-CT LINE Latimer invites you to submit a nomination to the Westchester Senior Citizens Hall of Fame,
Saturday BOUTON RD RT 35/OLD POST RDMAIN ST now in its 37th year.
8AM-4PM
NY State “ e Senior Hall of Fame is a special tradition honoring seniors who give their time and energy
1Old Oscaleta Road Licensed: to improve the quality of life in our community,” Latimer said. “Don’t miss this great opportunity
South Salem #7122410 to shine a light on seniors who merit special recognition for their contributions.”

SouthSalemAutoCare.com Nominations are due by September 13 and may be obtained online at westchestergov.com/
seniors.

To be nominated, a person must:
• Be at least 60 years old and live in Westchester
• Made signi cant contributions to improve life in the county
• Be an outstanding leader or advocate
• Have professional achievements that re ect innovative solutions to ful ll unmet community
needs (if nomination is based on paid professional work)
• Past Hall of Fame inductees are not eligible (see list of former inductees at westchestergov.
com/seniors)
All nominations will be reviewed by a judging committee of past Senior Hall of Fame honorees,
members from DSPS’s Aging Network, the county’s Senior Council and the Older Americans
Act Advisory Council.
DSPS Commissioner Mae Carpenter said that the Seniors Hall of Fame is an important tradi-
tion because the senior community has helped Westchester to become known for its quality of life.
“Today’s older generation molded a way of life that re ects the caring and generosity of its
people,” she said.

ose selected will be inducted into the Senior Hall of Fame at a festive awards luncheon on
Friday, December 6, in the Grand Ballroom of the Westchester Marriott Hotel in Tarrytown.

e Westchester County Department of Senior Programs and Services (DSPS), Westchester
County Parks and the Westchester Public/Private Partnership for Aging Services are hosting the
gala. Submit your nominations online at westchestergov.com/seniors or if you prefer to mail your
nomination, contact Rose Cappa at rose@theeventdepartmentny.com or at (914) 747-0519. Rose
Cappa is also the contact to learn how to become a Senior Hall of Fame sponsor or to sponsor a
particular honoree.

For additional information, call 914-813-6300 or visit westchestergov.com/seniors.

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the next publication date. Submissons can be emailed to northsalemnews@halstonmedia.com or
mail it to North Salem News, Bailey Court, 334 Route 202, Unit C1S, Somers, NY 10589. Send a
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Thursday, July 11, 2019 North Salem News – Page 7
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Fourth of July
Celebration

The Vail’s Grove community celebrated Independence Day on July 4 with their
annual parade followed by a ceremony at the flag pole and hot dogs at the pavilion.

SEE MORE PHOTOS ON PAGE 12

Could You Have A Kidney Stone?

Learn about symptoms, treatment
and prevention…

Ask the Doctor Q. What are the symptoms of a kidney stone? one of three outpatient procedures, depending on
A: You might feel waves of severe pain in your back or the size and location of the stone.
Dr. Warren Bromberg, MD, FACS side below the ribs. Pain might spread to your groin (a) External shock waves to shatter the stone, turning it
Chief, Urology Division and lower abdomen. Nausea, vomiting and blood in to smaller stones that can then pass on their own.
Co-Director, Institute for Robotic and the urine are possible. If you experience extreme pain, (b) Inserting a small telescope to laser the stone into
Minimally Invasive Surgery vomiting, or fever, go to an urgent care facility, or your tiny fragments.
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by your primary care physician. into the kidney through ones back to fragment and
Learn more about remove the stone.
Dr. Bromberg, visit Q: What actually is a kidney stone?
nwhroboticsurgery.org/ A: A stone is rock-like material formed within the Q: Can I help prevent kidney stones from forming?
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caused by inadequate uid intake, an overabundance person does not change his or her diet or uid intake,
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including red meat, chicken or sh.
Q: What are my treatment options?
A: A small stone may “pass” from your body naturally. Did you know?
If necessary, your physician can provide medication
for pain and nausea and allow natural passage of the Once a kidney stone is removed, if a person
stone. Uric acid stones can sometimes be dissolved
with medication. A large stone blocking a kidney, or does not change his or her diet or uid intake,
a stone associated with an infection, can be life-
threatening and must be treated urgently. For stones there’s a 70 percent chance another will form.
that cannot pass on their own, a urologist may advise


Page 8 – North Salem News Opinion Thursday, July 11, 2019

Happily
Ever
After

Oh, Canada e eyeglasses
When we were kids, my are half-full
family planned a di er- READING, scale furniture, appliances, piano,
ent vacation experience WRITING & grandfather clock, etc. e enter- Not long after my LOST IN
every summer. Sometimes we CHOCOLATE prising Philippe opened the Palais 15th birthday I SUBURBIA
would travel by plane and other KIM des Nains (Midgets Palace) where noticed a disturbing
trips by car, usually during the rst KOVACH tourists paid a fee to watch the Ni- trend. Everyone had sud- TRACY
two weeks of July. col family go about their daily lives. denly started printing things BECKERMAN
smaller. As I looked around,
On my 1967 Montreal trip,

One summer our destina- we observed the tiny furnishings,

tion was Montreal, Canada. My memorabilia and old photographs

parents had friends who lived in Montreal and they of the Nicol family in this unusual apartment. ( e

had invited us to visit during Expo ’67, Canada’s Midgets Palace closed in 1990.)

World’s Fair. is International and Universal On our last night in Montreal, my parents’ I was shocked to see that the

Exposition ran from April to October in 1967 to friends o ered to babysit my brother and me at type on the food packag-

celebrate Canada’s centennial. their apartment to give my parents an evening out. ing had gotten smaller, the

To maximize our vacation time, we ew to Canada Rita and George lived in a high-rise apartment words in the newspaper and magazines I read had gotten smaller,

instead of driving. My family stayed in a hotel with building in the center of the city. eir apartment and the names on street signs had gotten smaller. As a result

a pool. I do not remember a single thing about Expo had a small balcony from which we eagerly gawked of all this smallness, I was having trouble reading everything. I

’67. We must have walked through the exhibits and over the railing for a few minutes before being squinted at a sugar packet and wondered, “Do I really care what’s

pavilions and eaten lunch on the one or two days at ushered back inside to the air conditioning. in this, or can I just assume it’s sugar and call it a day?”

the event, but I have no memory of it. As a treat, Rita o ered us some popcorn. But “It’s not them. It’s you,” commented my husband when I

What I do remember about that trip to Montreal this was not American popcorn. is was a bowl of pointed out this bizarre anomaly to him.

was climbing the stone steps to Saint Joseph’s Ora- bright pink neon colored popcorn! My brother and “What’ya mean, it’s me? I didn’t change all the sugar packets

tory of Mount Royal. Canada’s largest church, this I declared this “too weird” and politely said, “No, and street signs,” I complained.

national shrine was a famous destination for people thank you.” “I mean it’s your eyes. You need to get your eyes checked.”

from around the world who came to St. Joseph’s to Next, Rita announced that we were having pizza I harrumphed. “My eyes are ne. I’ve never needed glasses,”

pray to be healed and cured of their illnesses. for dinner and we were happy to hear that. When I argued.

As a little kid, I was fascinated by the hundreds the buzzer sounded and the delivery man showed “You need glasses,” said the ophthalmologist after examining

of canes, crutches, braces and other paraphernalia up at the apartment door, we were immediately my eyes. “You are near-sighted and far-sighted.”

lined up inside the church. Apparently, miracles had disappointed to see pizza covered in sliced green “How does that work?” I asked.

occurred after praying in this church because the peppers! Ugh! I did not like green peppers under “You can see right here,” he responded holding his hand out

sick and the lame were able to leave their devices any circumstances. We were New York kids and about three feet from my face. “But not here,” he said putting his

behind and walk back down the stone steps without to us, normal pizza toppings included pepperoni, hand up close to me. “Or here,” he added moving back ve feet.

any assistance! sausage or meatball. I pouted. Apparently, sometime between 49 and 50, my perfect

Another highlight of that family vacation to Seeing our faces, I’m sure that Rita o ered to eyesight had gone from 20/20 to 20/sucky. I needed glasses to read

Montreal that I particularly remember was going to remove the green pepper slices from the pizza so and to drive, to watch a movie and to see a stupid sugar packet.

visit the Midgets Palace. While we cannot possibly that we wouldn’t starve while in her care, but it was “You have Over-50 eyes,” said the doctor. “It’s very common.”

imagine such a tourist attraction existing in 2019, not good pizza. “So are hemorrhoids,” I said. “I don’t want them either.”

this establishment had been a destination for tour- Just before writing about this childhood trip to e doctor gave me the bill, which was thoughtfully printed

ists from around the world since 1920. Montreal, I decided to Google pink popcorn. I dis- large enough that I had no trouble reading it, and then sent me

According to the internet, a Canadian man named covered that Lucky Elephant Pink Candy Popcorn out into the adjacent eyeglasses shop so I could pick out a pair

Philippe Nicol was 36 inches tall and traveled the has been a popular snack in Canada since the 1950s. of frames. I tried on the coolest, funkiest glasses I could nd

world as part of the Barnum & Bailey circus. Philippe is pink candy-coated confection is available at and looked in the mirror. My grandmother stared back at me.

and his 40-inch tall wife, Rose, married in 1913 and carnivals, concession stands and small grocery stores! I realized then that I was just one step away from a retirement

moved to Montreal with the money they had earned village in West Palm Beach and membership in AARP.

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Thursday, July 11, 2019 OPINION North Salem News – Page 9

It was a very BECKERMAN much happier not knowing about. Once I put
good year on my glasses, I realized I was much grayer, had
FROM PAGE 8 more wrinkles and was abbier than I’d previ-
In his classic song,“It Was a MY ously thought.
Very Good Year,”Frank Sinatra PERSPECTIVE e glasses were ready in a week. Reluctantly
re ects on life through the lens JAMES I started wearing them. All of a sudden, I real- “How do I look to you?” I asked my husband
of past romances. While the song is MARTORANO ized I could see everything perfectly. e words after my realization.
slow-paced, the truth is, most of us on the pages of books and street signs were crisp
rush through our lives neither think- and clear. It was like someone had squeegeed “You look great, honey!” he exclaimed.
my eyes. “Uh-huh.” I nodded. “I guess you need glasses,
too.”
While I was thrilled that I could now see
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ing of our destination nor appreciat-

ing the many phases of our journey.

Nonetheless, the stages of human

existence have been the topic of much analysis over the years. Here are

some insights from others who have weighed in on this topic.

e founder of sociology, Auguste Comte, claims that our lives Great Hair

move through three stages—theological, metaphysical and scien- Speaks Louder
Than Words
ti c—as we learn to appreciate empirical causation. e father of

deistic existentialism, Soren Kierkegaard, agreed with Comte’s stages

but placed them in the opposite order, claiming that our lives culmi-

nate in a religious stage during which faith, not reason, dominates

the individual’s personal truth.

In the East, Hindus believe that our lives are divided into four

stages, each corresponding to what the spiritual self should be doing.

e rst stage, ashramus, is the preparatory time of the student. e

second stage corresponds to the married householder, during which

the man supports a family and maintains a responsible position in

his community. e third, retirement, occurs around 50 and is wit-

ness to the end of his worldly obligations, signaling the beginning

of his withdrawal from the world. Finally, in his last stage, sannyasi,

he leaves his home and dwells alone in the forest. He says little and

possesses only his loincloth, begging bowl, and water jar. His sole

attention is directed at properly preparing himself for his journey to

the Brahman or Universal Spirit.

Also in the East, Japanese folklore divides life into ve phases:

“At ten, an animal; at twenty, a lunatic; at thirty, a failure; at forty, a

fraud; at fty, a criminal.” Perhaps this is the reason why 60 (with

rare exception) is the mandatory retirement age in Japan!

Sigmund Freud wrote about ve distinct stages of human de-

velopment as well: the oral, anal, phallic, latent, and genital stages.

We reach the nal stage at 18 years old, after which nothing much

happens.

Shakespeare, for his part, envisioned eight stages, all de ned with

his typical theatrical are: the infant, the whining school boy, the

lover, the soldier, the man of means, the childish treble and, nally,

oblivion.

All these depictions of how life progresses provide some clues into

life’s journey. However, for me, the most insightful picture is the one

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extinguished, it must be tempered with an understanding that limits
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b) Middle Childhood. Our understanding of ourselves, includ-
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me that Plato, Aristotle, and Saint omas Aquinas all believed
that women were mistakes. Aquinas went so far as to suggest that a
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e impact of helicopter parents

STRONG However, he’s refusing to it in print, coming from you, I’ll children. ese parents hover no demonstrated improvement
LEARNING go for any more tutoring. My have a better chance of getting over their children, making sure has been seen, the child may
husband, an attorney, argues that Je to continue the tutoring. that every “t” is crossed and have a learning disability that
DR. LINDA Je is bright and will do just ne. every “i” is dotted. By not giving isn’t being addressed.
SILBERT Je knows his father is on his Eileen their children breathing room
side, and that has harmed my to discover who they are and 5. Although the parent (and
Dear Dr. Linda, relationship with Je . We argued Dear Eileen, what they can and can’t do, they school) may be aware of the
Our son, Je , has been tu- all the time during the year—he I wish I could say that I totally are delivering the tacit message child’s challenges, the parent is
lied to me about homework that they think their children negligent in not taking advan-
tored during the school year assignments and tests. In fact, agree with you. I do agree that aren’t capable of doing the work tage of services o ered free by
and his summer vacations every he’s been lying to me since fth education is important and it’s themselves. Not only does this the school during the school
year since he was in rst grade. grade. well documented that many harm their self-esteem, it denies year.
He’s been going to a nationally students “slide backwards” dur- their children the opportunity of
known tutoring center six hours I’m ne with that because ing the summer months. But if learning about cause and e ect 6. e parent has been sold
a week. It’s cost us a fortune, I believe in my heart that I’m Je has been tutored year-round or taking responsibility for their a bill of goods by the tutoring
but I thought it was essential. the parent who’s making him since rst grade and is making own work. company.
He’s now entering ninth grade succeed in school…he’s on the the honor roll—never mind his
and I’m insisting that we con- honor roll because of me. Even lying to you about school-related Does this mean that a parent My husband and I have been
tinue with the company. In fact, so, I’m tired of ghting with issues—then there’s a problem. should simply walk away and evaluating and tutoring children
I just sent in the payment for the two of them. I’d appreciate Unfortunately, I think the prob- let a child fail? Of course not. for over 40 years. In many cases,
this summer. Especially now, I it if you would let them know lem is you. When indicated, tutoring is tutoring is helpful (and success-
want to make sure he doesn’t how important education is. e excellent. If students are strug- ful). If the child is struggling and
slide back in reading and other following years will determine From your email, it seems gling with a subject, obviously experiences success in learning
subjects. which college he’s going to at- as if you created a fantasy of a they need support. However, no one-on-one, the child wants to
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know you’re going to agree with environment in which your son ously throughout his school life. feres with fun activities his or her
me so I’m hoping that if they see could discover his own talents Everyone needs a break—and non-tutored friends are involved
and weaknesses and take respon- the opportunity to develop in in).
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Primary Day cookies

County Executive George Latimer
stopped by the North Salem Fire
House during the Democratic
primaries on June 25 with cookies
for the election inspectors.
Pictured here is Beverly Golisano,
County Executive George Latimer
and Kathleen Sullivan.

PHOTO COURTESY OF BEVERLY GOLISANO

Here is a list of meetings and other events in the coming weeks for the town of North Salem
government and the North Salem School District. Times are subject to change.

TOWN BOARD GET E ZPASS AT TOWN HALL

Tuesday, July 23 | Meetings starts at 7:30 p.m., e town of North Salem is now an o cial

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aloneI’m never chase an E-ZPass at Town Hall from 9-4 p.m.

PLANNING BOARD e town is accepting cash or money order as

Wednesday, July 17 | Meetings starts at 7:30 payment for the tags.

p.m.,Town Hall, 270 Titicus Road, North Salem More about E-ZPass:

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Thursday, July 11, 2019 North Salem News – Page 17

e Ruth Keeler Library would like to thank Butler Excavating/ Hardscrabble Supply for donating their services and expertise in repairing our drainage system.

Ruth Keeler Memorial Li- July 23 at 4 p.m. Play book bin- the library and checking out brary, nor put in the book drop. ey are available for Keeler

brary is located at 276 Titicus go and win book prizes! Chil- passes to the museums. Just It is possible to renew a pass for Library card holders only. Don’t

Road. For more information on dren younger than Kindergar- ask for the passes at the front an additional week, provided have a library card? Show the

any of these events, call 914- ten must have an adult helper. desk. You may call the library no one else is waiting for it, library proof that you live, work,

669-5161 or visit keelerlibrary. The Nature of Things on to reserve a pass for a particular by calling the library. Loss of a go to school, or own property in

org. Monday, July 22 at 4 p.m. for week. Passes must be returned museum pass will result in you North Salem and we can issue

Bananagrams and Boggle ages 4+. See and touch exotic within seven days. Passes may being charged the full replace- you a library card in about three

Bash animals up close. Learn about not be returned to any other li- ment cost. minutes.

Spend a fun, noisy hour endangered species and conser-

playing classic word games on vation hands-on. Registration

ursdays, August 8 & 15 at 4 required. ( e Nature of ings

p.m. at this event for grades 3+. is an environmental outreach

ere will be prizes for all par- program.)

ticipants. Free and no registra- LEGO Challenge. We

tion is required. challenge you to make space-

STEM Fun! on Tuesday, Aug themed LEGO creations like

13 and 20 at 4 p.m. for grades the Mars Rover, space aliens,

K+. Make volcanoes, bouncy and rocket ships. is event,

balls, and spinners! open to all ages, will take place $59 YOUR SMILE IS THE
Family Fun Day. Come on ursdays, July 11, July 18, FIRST THING PEOPLE
& July 25 at 4 p.m. No registra-
out to Keeler Library on Sun- tion required. NOTICE.
day, July 14, from 1-4 p.m. for WE CAN HELP YOU
a great afternoon of FUN for Mahjong for Beginners

the entire family! Get a balloon taught by Joan Staudinger on SHINE!

sculpted and race down the in- Wednesday, July 10 from 3 - 5 NEW PATIENT SPECIAL
atable water slide! Enjoy a hot p.m. Contact the Library if you

dog and a refreshing ice cream are interested in participating

sundae! All activities are free, in the program. No registration When was the last time you had a dental check up?
but contributions are always required.

welcome. Edible Insects on Tuesday, Schedule Your

Charcoal Workshop. Learn August 6 at 4 p.m. Stamford Dr. Matt Guarino

beginner charcoal techniques Museum and Nature Center is Appointment Today!

and draw a variety of objects coming to Keeler Library. Meet 2000 Maple Hill Street, Suite #201 914-223-8329

from observation on ursday, edible insects and invertebrates,

July 11, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and brave kids will also get the    Yorktown Heights, NY 10598

at this workshop for adults and chance to eat a bug! Open to all

teens. No experience is neces- ages. No registration required.    Maplehilldentistry.com
sary and materials will be pro- Story time and crafts

vided. e workshop is free, but Mondays

space is limited so registration Stories and Songs – 10:30

is required. Register for one or a.m., for babies from birth to

both dates at the Library or by 2-1/2.

calling. Tuesdays
Bagels & Books
Your One-Stop Shop forMother Goose for Babies
Keeler Library’s Bagels & – 10:30 a.m., for babies from
Books book club will be meet- birth to 2-1/2.
ing on the rst ursday of each Wednesdays

Deck Building Materialsmonth at 10:30 a.m. through Story Time at 10:30 a.m.;
June. Extra copies of the books family story time for kids of all

are available at the library for ages.

checkout. e books that will be ursdays

discussed are Varina by Charles Books and Puppets at 10:30

Frazier on July 11; A Place for a.m.; family story time for kids

Us by Fatima Farheen Mirza on of all ages.

August 1; and e Man with Saturdays

No Borders by Richard Morais Story Time at 10:30 a.m.;

on September 19. family story time for kids of all

A Creative Moment every ages.

ursday from 6 - 8 p.m., ages (Bilingual stories and songs

10 to adult. Facilitated by Jen on some Saturdays.)

Armbruster and Debbie Rizo. Writers workshop

Work on a creative, artistic is workshop is from 11

project with family or friends. a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and led by

e project may be your own Maryanne D’Amato the rst

or an easy, self-directed project Wednesday of the month. It is

provided by one of the library’s open to all writers and aspiring Mahopac Railroad Tie
Art Boxes. Plenty of supplies writers who are invited to share
will be available from the Art their work or desire to write in Experts in Deck Lumber
Cart. Share your work with a supportive atmosphere.

other creative individuals in Free Museum Passes 911 Route 6, Mahopac, NY
a fun, supportive atmosphere. North Salem is surrounded

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with an adult. You can visit some of these free

Book Bingo on Tuesdays, of charge by simply going to


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Starbucks pays the price for not
posting its own

Company dinged $9,000 for not displaying drink prices

BY BRIAN MARSCHHAUSER decisions before making a purchase.”
CONTRIBUTING EDITOR Jim Maisano, the county’s consumer protection director,

No longer will Westchester residents be said negotiations with Starbucks were “positive.”
caught o guard by the price of a “We were pleased that Starbucks worked with us and
gingerbread latte at Starbucks.
e popular co ee chain agreed to ensure that prices for all their products sold at
found itself in hot water Westchester locations will be properly displayed,” Maisano
over its failure to post prices said. “We thank Starbucks for their quick action on this
on some drink o erings very important matter and appreciate their donation to the
in January and February Greyston Foundation.”
at 19 of its Westchester
County locations. e locations in violation were:
In addition to posting all • 716 Saw Mill River Road, Ardsley
prices, Starbucks will be required • 29 Park Place, Bronxville
• 2 South Greeley Ave., Chappaqua
to pay $4,500 to the county and make • 45 Stanley Ave., Dobbs Ferry
a $4,500 donation to Greyston Bakery, • 280 Tarrytown Road, Elmsford
according to an agreement reached Tues- • 46 S. Central Ave., Hartsdale
day, June 18, with Westchester County’s • 201 East Hartsdale Ave., Hartsdale
Department of Consumer Protection. • Ardsley Travel Plaza 87 North, Hastings on Hudson
Greyston Bakery is a Yonkers-based charity • 1030 Boston Post Road, Mamaroneck
that is recognized for its work in rehabilitating • 3025 East Main St., Mohegan Lake (Cortlandt)
former inmates. • 41 South Moger Ave., Mount Kisco
“Knowing what an item costs before paying • 1278-80 North Ave., New Rochelle
for it is a basic consumer right and Westches- • 216 South Highland Ave., Ossining
ter’s long-established consumer laws recognize • 975 Central Park Ave., Scarsdale
those rights,” County Executive George Latimer • 684 White Plains Road, Scarsdale
said in a press release. “Our objective is to make sure • 51 East Parkway, Scarsdale
that consumers are in a position to make informed • 1 Depot Square, Tuckahoe
• 200 Main St., White Plains
• 1932 Commerce St., Yorktown Heights

Support a great cause! Monday, July 15, 2019
Join us at the beautiful Salem Golf Club for the
Salem Golf Club
13th Annual Friends of Karen 18 Bloomer Road, North Salem, NY
Golf Tournament held in Memory of 10:30 Welcome Players
11:30 Lunch
Erin O'Connor 12:30 Shotgun Start

Friends of Karen provides emotional, financial and 6:00 Cocktail Hour followed by Dinner
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Thursday, July 11, 2019 Sports North Salem News – Page 19

Tigers earns All-Section honors

Anthony Foglia

FILE PHOTO/ DEENA BELL

North Salem sophomore
Anthony Foglia has earned
All-Section, All-League
and All-Star second-team
honors. Foglia is a member
of the North Salem varsity
baseball team. Senior Rian
Balbino also earned All-
Section honors and junior
Kyle Singer was named
All-Section honorable
mention.

Information courtesy of Flora
Foglia. If you or your student
earned honors that you
would like to share, email
information and photos to
sports@halstonmedia.com.

Kyle Singer Rian Balbino

FILE PHOTO/ FILE PHOTO/
ROB DIANTONIO ROB DIANTONIO


Page 20 – North Salem News LEISURE Thursday, July 11, 2019

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1. Doctors’ group 25. Design file extension 49. Single-celled animal surname theparamountrehab.com
4. One millionth of a 26. Genus of grasses 50. Decay 27. Herb __,
gram 27. Container for shipping 51. General’s assistant San Francisco
7. Contrary to 29.Theron film “__ Flux” (abbr.) columnist
8. Oohed and __ 30. Get older 52. Pigpen 28. Ottoman
10. Popular sandwiches 31. Chinese surname military
12. Construction site 32. Edith Bunker actress CLUES DOWN commander
machine 39. Natives to Myanmar 1. __ and Costello 29. Satisfaction
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37. Wild cat
music 38. Fine detail
14. Pain unit 39. Prevents harm
15. Get in form to creatures
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father Louisiana
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degree their own
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Enjoy a taste of the tropics for breakfast

Diet and exercise are integral parts of the formula for a healthy life. ough few people may look forward to giving up certain foods in favor of more nutritious diets,
healthy, low-calorie foods don’t have to be boring and bland. Breakfast smoothies are a great way to maximize nutrient pro les and avors to achieve a lling and fast meal.
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ber and rich in supercharged nutrients like potassium, vitamin A and vitamin C.

Banana Colada Smoothie

Yield: Four, 1-cup servings

Ingredients:
• 1 cup light coconut milk
• 1 cup diced pineapple
• 1/3 cup lightly packed shredded unsweetened coconut
• 1/4 cup whey protein powder
• 2 tablespoons bee pollen
• 1/2 teaspoon pure rum extract
• 2 cups banana slices, frozen
• 2 tablespoons grated coconut for garnish

Directions:
• Combine coconut milk, pineapple, coconut, whey protein powder, bee pollen,
and rum extract in a blender or smoothie maker.
• Blend on high speed for 45 seconds, or until mixture is puréed and smooth.
• Add banana slices, and blend on high speed again until mixture is smooth.
• Serve immediately, garnished with grated coconut, if desired.

is article is from Metro Creative Connection.


Thursday, July 11, 2019 BUSINESS & REAL ESTATE North Salem News – Page 21

What to do after ‘I Do’ – Estate planning tips for newlyweds

Congratulations! You did it! 2. Sign your Last Will and them yourself and a Power of help create legal documents to for your future and she enjoys

You married the love of your Testament: You likely do not yet Attorney provides authority for give you the security to support working with individuals and

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chapter in your you likely do not cannot make them for yourself. best suits their needs. Ms. Enea

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One answer to that question estate. An additional important ownership: Often times a newly

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from a nancial and legal per- because it allows you to name a chased real property prior to

spective. Yes, we all know you guardian for any minor children their marriage. If property was

need to change your name (if you may have, in the event you purchased prior to marriage,

you choose to do so), but have and your spouse both pass away. you will want to ensure that the

you considered the other nan- 3. Update your bene ciary property title is changed to re-

cial and/or strategic aspects that designations: You likely already ect that you and your spouse

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are ve things to consider doing retirement and/or life insurance ants with rights of survivorship”

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gone: di erent individual, such as your based on the laws of the state

1. Update your identi cation parent or sibling. It is impor- you reside. Real property owned

and bank accounts: Depending tant to review these bene ciary by married couples has certain

on your nancial relationship designation forms and update bene ts that should be reviewed

with your new spouse, you may them to list your spouse as your with an attorney, such as avoid-

already have joint bank accounts primary bene ciary. While you ing probate and/or certain credi-

or you may have kept everything are at it, make sure you discuss tor protection.

separate. After you change your these accounts with your spouse Just like planning your wed-

name, you may want to also re- so that you are both aware of the ding, planning your nancial

structure your bank accounts accounts each has and who the and legal life together takes time,

and create joint bank accounts. named bene ciaries are. team work and some nancial

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perspective, having a joint bank rectives: Advanced directives are tion is to start small and speak

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Thursday, July 11, 2019 LEGAL NOTICES North Salem News – Page 23

NOTICE OF PUBLIC Wheeler Road, North Salem, Ridge Road, North Salem, Cty: Westchester. SSNY desig. of ON POINT HOME
HEARING
New York, located in an R-4 New York, located in an R-4 as agent upon whom process INSPECTIONS LLC.

Zoning District and shown as Zoning District and shown as against may be served & shall Application of authority led

e Town Board of the Town Sheet 30, Block 1693, Lot 2 on Sheet 8, Block 1758, Lot 6 on mail process to c/o Kestenbaum with SSNY on 5-6-19. O ce

of North Salem hereby sets a the Tax Assessment Map, for an the Tax Assessment Map, for & Mark LLP, 40 Cuttermill Ste. Location: Westchester County.

Public Hearing on Tuesday July Area Variance per Article VI, an Area Variance, per Article 300, Great Neck, NY 11021. SSNY designated as agent of

23, 2019 at 7:30pm at the Town Section 250-22 of the Zoning V, Section 250-15 and Article General Purpose. the LLC upon whom process

Meeting Hall, 66 June Road, Ordinance of the Town of North XIV, Section 250- 79 (A) of the NOTICE OF against it may be served. SSNY
North Salem, New York, to Salem. A front yard height Zoning Ordinance of the Town QUALIFICATION shall mail process to: 199 DEER
consider a Local Law to amend variance of 3 ft. is requested (4 of North Salem (because the RUN ROAD, WILTON, CT

Chapter 220 of the Code of the ft. permitted; 7 ft. proposed) for non-conforming lot is subject to 06897. Purpose: any lawful

Town of North Salem Vehicles construction of support piers and R-2 bulk requirements). A front Notice of Quali cation purpose.

and Tra c by adding Section 220 two (2) gates. yard setback variance of 26 ft. is

– 11.3 titled “Parking restricted at At such hearing all persons requested (50 ft. required; 24 ft.

certain times at Volunteers Park.” will have the opportunity to be proposed) for construction of an

BY ORDER OF THE TOWN heard. A copy of the application addition to a non-conforming

BOARD OF THE TOWN OF and related documents may single-family residence.

NORTH SALEM be examined at the Board of At such hearing all persons

Appeals O ce at the North will have the opportunity to be

TOWN OF NORTH SALEM Salem Center, 270 Titicus Rd. heard. A copy of the application
BOARD OF APPEALS
North Salem, New York. and related documents may Your ad
PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE could be here.
Brian Ivanhoe, Chairman be examined at the Board of

North Salem Board of Appeals Appeals O ce at the North

NOTICE IS HEREBY Salem Center, 274 Titicus Rd.

GIVEN that the Board of TOWN OF NORTH SALEM North Salem, New York.
Appeals of the Town of North BOARD OF APPEALS Brian Ivanhoe, Chairman

Salem will hold a Public Hearing PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE North Salem Board of Appeals

at the North Salem Town

Meeting Hall, 66 June Road, NOTICE IS HEREBY LLC FORMATION NOTICE Call Brett Freeman at 845-208-8151
North Salem, New York, on GIVEN that the Board of to find out how.

ursday, July 18th, 2019, at 7:30 Appeals of the Town of North 21-23 High Street LLC,

P.M. or as soon thereafter as the Salem will hold a Public Hearing Arts of Org. led with Sec.

public may be heard to consider at the North Salem Town of State of NY (SSNY )

the following: Meeting Hall, 66 June Road, 4/25/2019. Cty: Westchester.

Application BA19-29 of North Salem, New York, on SSNY desig. as agent upon

Emmanuella and Nicholas ursday, July 18th, 2019 at 7:30 whom process against may be

Sainz-Xatzis, contract vendees P.M. or as soon thereafter as the served & shall mail process to

of the property located at 8 Lost public may be heard to consider Tara Day Roberts, 430 Bedford

Pond Lane, North Salem, New the following: Rd., Pleasantville, NY 10570.

York, consisting of approximately Application BA19-31 of General Purpose.

9.06 acres in an R-4 Zoning Courtney Kane, owner of the LLC FORMATION NOTICE WHY DO WE
District and shown as Sheet 34, property located at 36 Hilltop

Block 1370, Lot 35 on the Tax Drive, North Salem, New York, Acreed Management LLC,

ADVERTISEAssessment Map, for a Special in an R-1 Zoning District and Arts of Org. led with Sec.

Permit for the keeping of up to shown as Sheet 37, Block 1168, of State of NY (SSNY )

ve (5) horses for their personal Lot 16 on the Tax Assessment 2/20/2019. Cty: Westchester. IN HALSTON
use, including construction of a Map, for a Special Permit for SSNY desig. as agent upon

barn, and paddock fencing, per the maintenance of an accessory whom process against may be

Article XIII, Section 250-72 of apartment in a single-family served & shall mail process to MEDIA’S

the Zoning Ordinance. residence per Article XIII, 98 Cuttermill Rd., Ste. 490

At such hearing all persons Section 250-68. North, Great Neck, NY 11021.

will have the opportunity to be At such hearing all persons General Purpose. LOCAL

heard. A copy of the application will have the opportunity to be

NEWSPAPERS?and related documents may heard. A copy of the applications
LLC FORMATION NOTICE

be examined at the Board of and related documents may Vito Portanova Landscaping

Appeals O ce at the North be examined at the Board of LLC, Arts of Org. led with

Salem Center, 274 Titicus Rd. Appeals O ce at the North Sec. of State of NY (SSNY)

North Salem, New York. Salem Center, 274 Titicus Rd. 5/8/2019. Cty: Westchester.

Brian Ivanhoe, Chairman North Salem, New York. SSNY desig. as agent upon

North Salem Board of Appeals Brian Ivanhoe, Chairman whom process against may be

North Salem Board of Appeals served & shall mail process to

TOWN OF NORTH SALEM TOWN OF NORTH SALEM 57 Lakeview Rd., New Rochelle,
BOARD OF APPEALS BOARD OF APPEALS NY 10804. General Purpose.

PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE LLC FORMATION NOTICE

NOTICE IS HEREBY 115 Touraine Avenue LLC,

GIVEN that the Board of NOTICE IS HEREBY Arts of Org. led with Sec. of

Appeals of the Town of North GIVEN that the Board of State of NY (SSNY ) 2/4/2019.

Salem will hold a Public Hearing Appeals of the Town of North Cty: Westchester. SSNY desig.

at the North Salem Town Salem will hold a Public Hearing as agent upon whom process

Meeting Hall, at 66 June Road, at the Town Meeting Hall, 66 against may be served & shall

North Salem, New York, on June Road, North Salem, New mail process to 437 Harrison

ursday, July 18th, 2019, at 7:30 York, on ursday, July 18th, Ave., Harrison, NY 10528.

P.M. or as soon thereafter as the 2019 at 7:30 P.M. or as soon General Purpose.

public may be heard to consider thereafter as the public may be LLC FORMATION NOTICE

the following: heard to consider the following: TO ADVERTISE WITH US,
CALL BRETT FREEMAN AT (845) 208-8151
Application BA19-30 of Application BA19-32 of Locust Lane LLC, Arts of

Magdalena Rusinowski, owner Melissa Miller, owner of the Org. led with Sec. of State

of the property located at 13 property located at 41 Dingle of NY (SSNY ) 6/11/2019.


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