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Yorktown News 11.19.20

Vol. 9 No. 35 Visit for the latest news. Thursday, November 19, 2020

Hotel proposed
for Yorktown

An 18-room hotel is proposed for the corner of Commerce Street and Veterans Road, where an office we did cool things
building currently sits. A three-story “boutique” hotel
is being proposed for the corner like this in Yorktown.’
of Veterans Road and Commerce
Street in Yorktown Heights. –Supervisor Matt Slater
Town of Yorktown
e project was presented to
the Town Board at its work ses- est of the Town Board.
sion on Tuesday, Nov. 10, by rep- “It’s a realistic plan, and it re-
resentatives for Jack Xiao.
ally needs the endorsement of the
e hotel would have 18 Town Board to possibly do a code
rooms—nine on each of the sec- amendment,” said Joe Riina, engi-
ond and third oors. e rst oor neer for the project.
would have a lobby and lounge ar-
eas. It would also feature a clock e hotel plan received glow-
tower and rooftop bar and grill ing endorsements by Town Board
with indoor and outdoor seating. members.

e building that exists on the “I think it’s a natural,” said
property now has primarily been Councilwoman Alice Roker
used for o ces. To make this “We’ve got the cultural center
work, either the current com- right across [the street].”
mercial zoning would need to
be changed or a code amended, Councilman Ed Lachterman
to legalize hotel use. Either way, added, “I have no problem saying
variances likely would be needed that I absolutely love the idea.”
for such things as lot coverage and
height, for example. A variance Town Supervisor Matt Slater
would also be necessary for park- said his phone has been ringing
ing; 17 are proposed while 32 are o the hook as word of the plan
required. e plan also would nar- started to spread.
row Veterans Road.
“People didn’t know we did
Before moving forward, the ap- cool things like this in Yorktown,”
plicant sought to gauge the inter- Slater said.

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Thursday, November 19, 2020 Yorktown News – Page 3

Diaper drive fills critical need

Genesis Jewelers hopes to donate 10,000 this holiday season


If you walk by a Triangle

Shopping Center storefront

in the coming weeks and see it

lled wall to wall with diapers,

don’t be alarmed. It’s just Lara

Galper’s Christmas wish com-

ing true.

For ve years, the Genesis

Jewelers owner has called on

community members to bring

as many disposable diapers as

they can to her store during the

holiday season. e rst year, she

and her husband, Steve, received

1,200 diapers, which were do-

nated to the Westchester Coun-

ty Diaper Bank by the Junior

League of Westchester, of which

Galper was once a member. e

next year, they got 1,800.

“ en we got more and more,”

Lara Galper said. “Steve always

asks me what I want for Christ-

mas. Big mistake, because I al-

ways tell him I want diapers.”

Last year, Genesis Jewelers re-

ceived 7,000 diapers of all sizes.

Steve promised to match the

community donations, but Lara

capped him at 5,000. In total,

they were able to give 12,000 to

the Diaper Bank.

“It sounds like a tremendous

amount of diapers, but when

you have 12,000 diapers and

you break it up into packs of 50,

it’s only like 200 and something

kids get diapers for one week,”

Lara Galper said. “And that’s not

enough. But we do our part.” PHOTO: BRIAN MARSCHHAUSER

No state or federal programs Lara Galper, co-owner of Genesis Jewelers, is calling on the community to drop diaper donations off at her storefront in the Triangle Center.
speci cally allocate funds for

diapers. According to the Na-

tional Diaper Bank Network, pers per child per week. to purchase diapers. Some have synonymous with diapers that pers can allow bacteria to breed,

one in three American families “ e reason why it’s necessary chosen to order diapers from people sometimes drop them o causing medical ailments, such

report experiencing diaper need. is because you can’t use any use online retailers and have them at their Triangle Center store- as urinary tract infections.

e average baby goes through any social services programs to delivered to the jewelry store. front before the drive starts, “You can’t keep a baby in a wet

eight to 12 diapers a day, which purchase diapers,” Lara Galper All donors will be entered into a perhaps after nding a half- diaper,” she said. “And the an-

can set families back $70 to $80 said. “You may receive housing, ra e for a chance to win a men’s opened package at home (which swer is not a cloth diaper. at’s

per month. funding and things like that. But G-SHOCK watch. they happily accept). Since June, even more expensive and more

e Westchester County Dia- there is no program that helps “Every year we have a watch Genesis Jewelers has received di cult to manage.”

per Bank distributes diapers with diapers.” as a ra e item,” Lara Galper about 600 diapers. On top of adding stress to

to low-income families in four e Genesis Jewelers dona- said. “I probably don’t even need “ ey think of us year-round an already-tense family life, not

main locations: Mount Vernon, tion drive runs until Dec. 12. that as incentive, because people now,” Lara Galper said. being able to a ord diapers can

Peekskill, White Plains and People can either bring diapers are really generous.” e owner of the Triangle also prevent children from re-

Yonkers. Families receive 50 dia- or cash, which would be used e Galpers have become so Center has o ered the Galpers ceiving adequate day care. Most

a neighboring vacant storefront day care centers require parents

in which to store the diapers to provide diapers for the child.

‘Every year we have a watch as a ra e item. I probably don’t even until the drive ends. When all is Lara Galper estimates it costs
said and done, they hope to ll about $20 per week to buy dia-

need that as incentive, because people are really generous.’ it with at least 10,000 diapers, pers for one baby.
including the 5,000 they plan to “Not everybody has a jeweler,”

–Lara Galper donate themselves. Lara Galper said. “If somebody

Genesis Jewelers Many people don’t realize the has $20 per week to spare,consid-

critical importance of diapers, er giving it toward a baby. ey’re

Lara Galper explained. Wet dia- in desperate need, always.”

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Doctor: Symptoms of A long road to recovery
COVID-19 can linger
Resident returns to health after months-long
BY BRIAN With the virus a ecting dif- COVID-19 battle
ferent people in di erent ways,
MARSCHHAUSER seemingly at random, the med- BY BRIAN MARSCHHAUSER
EDITOR ical center has launched a Post- EDITOR
COVID-19 Recovery Program
Death rates have understand- that tailors treatment plans to Vinny Malvarosa, a 51-year-old Yorktown resident, PHOTO: STUNTFISH.COM
ably dominated the discussion the patient’s speci c symptoms. went to the emergency room on Wednesday, March
about COVID-19’s severity, but 11, with a fever. Yorktown’s Vinny Malvarosa performs with his
the virus that has already killed e program provides patients band, Stunt Fish.
more than 250,000 Americans with access to Westchester “I thought I would be gone two or three hours,” he
has also sidelined many with Medical Center doctors with said.“Instead, I was gone 103 days.” mostly to his months of inactivity. He developed bed-
months-long ailments. expertise in lungs, heart, kid- sores, which required weekly doctor visits for almost
neys, radiology and mental and At the hospital, Malvarosa was diagnosed with bi- three months. ey are now almost healed, he said.
Since their diagnosis, pa- emotional health. lateral pneumonia and tested positive for COVID-19. He also developed foot drop, the inability to raise the
tients at Westchester Medical Around midnight on Saturday, March 14, he was in- front part of the foot due to weakness or paralysis of
Center have reported expe- “Our practice is very well- tubated and slipped into a month-long coma. the muscles. He now wears titanium leg braces, and
riencing shortness of breath, suited for this because we are recently reached 3 miles on a walk.
chest pain, loss of taste and specialists in internal medicine, “One doctor said when she was given my case,
smell, brain fog, headaches, fa- and this is really what we do,” she was told I wouldn’t live beyond the next couple Malvarosa is also happy to report that his singing
tigue, malaise, reduced kidney Karmen said. “We have a pa- of days,” Malvarosa said. “Somehow, I persevered and voice is “better than ever.” He fronts a band called
function, and hair loss. Even tient navigator. e doctors will woke up sometime in mid-April.I couldn’t lift my arm Stunt Fish.
originally asymptomatic pa- assess the patients and decide to scratch my nose, but I was alive.”
tients have felt these lingering they need the following things. “I have to say, I am healthier than I have been in 30
e ects long after the virus has All patients accepted into the Malvarosa spent the next two months in a rehab years,”he said.
left their system, said Dr. Carol program have previously tested facility, interrupted only by a week at Yale-New Ha-
Karmen, an internal medicine positive for the coronavirus. ven Hospital for an infection and panic attacks. On
specialist and long-time York- June 23, he left Gaylord Specialty Healthcare on his
town resident. “It’s an interesting thing, be- own two feet to the sounds of a recording of “I’m Still
cause it doesn’t seem to matter Standing”by Elton John.
“During the time of the surge how sick the patient was with
in patients that were infected the initial illness,” Karmen re- His Yorktown homecoming was a day to remember.
with the virus, some recovered iterated. “As I pulled down Strang Boulevard,every house on
fully and some did not,” Kar- the block had signs on the lawn and families waving
men said, “and it didn’t seem to e doctor has lived in York- to me as I came home,”Malvarosa said.“I was greeted
be related to how severe their town for about 30 years, all the by about 60 people on my front lawn who came to
initial illness was.” while working at Westchester wish me well. I like to say I attended my own funeral.
Medical Center. is has been a year of trials and tribulations,but most
importantly, love.”
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A labor of suds

THE as well bourbons that are sold menu is a win! We shared a ter- gmans during our section and see
KATONAH under the Current Spirits label. ri c brussels sprouts appy with Christmastimes of the full range of breweries
BEER MAN Shishido peppers and pickled yore. from the City of Roses and cor-
We were seated at a table for ginger as well as a solid pickle responding styles (IPAs, stouts,
JOHN BART two in the main area that was platter. We paired the Oktober- Why? Because lagers) all together. is makes
very well spaced with a mix of fest with the pork carnitas taco there’s something regional tasting a snap.
Well, it’s been two years larger tables, and cool back- and house-made citra hop in- for everyone in this Selection of all other foods
of monthly columns. ground tunes playing. Masks fused cheddar-jalapeno sausage, huge store with a small and sundries is extensive (I
Hope you’ve enjoyed worn by all. a mouthful to say and delicious welcoming feel due to recommend their house sauces).
reading them as much as I’ve to eat. well-organized sections of Prices are decent and everyone is
enjoyed writing them, and the As expected, a strong tap and amazing food of all kinds, sooooo nice, as if they imported
research isn’t too bad either! can beer game represented the Nice gift shop with beer to go, like quaint individual shoppes. them directly from Erie County.
full gamut of the Captain’s of- apparel, glassware, snacks, and
FIELD TRIP: CAPTAIN ferings. In addition, there was a such. Also, a solid backyard patio ey excel in the beer game READER REVIEWS
LAWRENCE MOUNT KISCO new beer release that night and area for hanging. with many of the food display Our DC correspondent checks
BARREL HOUSE, MOUNT the aptly named Can-A-Bliss areas adorned with appropriate
KISCO 7% hazy IPA didn’t disappoint I admire that Captain Law- New York-centric beer pairings in with boozy kombucha:
with its oral and crisp pro le. rence moved forward with their right there on the display! On I happen to like kombucha and
369 Lexington Ave., Mount opening and did so in a safe yet top of that, they organize their
Kisco We tried a few complemen- fun way. A solid hang for sure, beer aisles with a unique ap- the report indicates Flying Em-
tary samples of other avors: and one that I am certain to proach. ber’s out of Ventura, California
e awesome local brewery repeat. 4% was refreshing and fruity, low
Captain Lawrence opened an Paradise Waits: Also a 7% It can be di cult to explore sugar, avorful, and no vinegary
outpost in Mount Kisco, and hazy IPA, which gave us more Also, I appreciate that the sta or nd a particular brewery or taste. I trust this reader’s taste im-
Mrs. KBM and I attended their tropics up front with a pine did their best to not let on that beer in many beer shops despite plicitly, so I’ll be on the lookout.
grand opening a few weeks ago. they recognized me. ( ough, varied schemes developed by the
nish for the record, I received a major best beer organization minds SEE BART PAGE 18
Housed in an industrial Captain’s Oktoberfest: A eye roll from Mrs. KBM for this across the globe.
building with plenty of parking, solid, 5%, seasonally malty of- theory.)
we were greeted right away and fering Well, I applaud Wegmans
given a tour through this big, On the gose and sour side FOOD SHOPPING AT ITS drawing a bold line in the sand
clean, industrially vibed space. of things: we sampled and liked BEST: WEGMANS, HARRISON and organizing their several
Why “Barrel House”? Because both the tart and salty 4.9% Jeju beer aisles by LOCATION
this location is where barrel as well as the well balanced 7% e Mecca of Western New OF BREWERY. Wow. I like
aging occurs for their sour beers Barrel Select Golden Ale. I was York supermarkets has arrived in it. Example: I hope to get to
happy to bring home the sea- Westchester County. Oregon someday as I hear their
sonal limited release Golden De- craft beer (and donut) scene is
licious Ale aged in apple brandy e entire KBM family will spectacular. All I needed to do
barrels, checking in at 11%. attest to the special memories was amble over to the Portland
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FROM PAGE 22 Mayclim

As for Lakeland/Panas, junior Grace Gallagh- Yorktown’s
er (22:18.9, third) led the girls, followed by junior Colin
Karis Petrosino (25.08.8, 10th), junior Kaylee Colby McCarthy
(25:30.6, 11th), junior Alyssa Delgado (26:12.9, 13th), and William
sophomore Olivia Mekeel (27:04.6, 16th), senior McCarthy
Sarah Brazzillo (28:57.1, 18th), and senior Julia Friel placed third
(29:13.4, 19th). and fourth,
Lakeland/Panas girls coach, Christine Kruppen-
bacher, said that she was proud to announce that Yorktown’s
Gallagher, Roseanna DeIulio, and Kristen Cinquina Grace Tian
achieved All-League status based on their perfor- heads down a
mance during dual meets this season. hill.

“ is has, of course, been a strange season, and I am Yorktown’s Patrick
pleased with the team as a whole for the perseverance Ryan heads down
they have displayed during it,” Kruppenbacher said. “I
never thought we would get our whole schedule in, let the final stretch.
alone a league championship.We are going to work hard
and enjoy the week ahead, hopefully running our best PHOTOS; ROB DIANTONIO
times at sectionals next Sunday (Nov. 22) in Milton.”

As for the Rebels’ boys, senior Danny Pache-
co (18.25.7, sixth) and freshman Bobby Mayclim
(18:40.8, eighth) also earned All-League honors.

Sophomore Stephen Carroll (20.16.7, 15th), junior
Alex Merlino (20.49.9, 18th), senior Sean Labrada
(21.50.9, 19th), senior Adian O’Hara (22:04.6, 20th),
and junior Ryan Dietrick (20:54.9, 22cnd) ran solid
times as well for Lakeland/Panas.

“We were the youngest team in our league grouping,
and one of the youngest teams in the area,” said Lake-
land/Panas boys coach, John Benvin. “ e fact that we
started our season in September and were able to ac-
complish so much on a short season with one senior
in the top seven, shows the determination, dedication,
and positive attitude this young team has had all season
long.I’m excited to see these boys develop over the next
few seasons.”

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Lakeland adds to its
legendary lore

Clinches 24th straight league title

BY MIKE SABINI despite graduating six All-Elite The Hornets celebrate a first half goal in a 6-0 win over Somers

Lakeland will not be unable to e championship showed that
add to its total of 13 state champi- the Hornets, which recorded 17
onships this fall, as the state tour- shots on goal against John Jay, have
nament was cancelled over CO- truly stood the test of time.
VID-19 concerns.
“Our 24th consecutive league
at doesn’t mean, however, that championship shows the longevity
the Hornets (11-1, 10-0) didn’t of excellence that we have contin-
have an opportunity to add to their ued to prove,” Sarsen added. “ e
legendary lore. tradition demands commitment,
hard work, and teamwork.”
ey did just that with a 4-1
victory at John Jay (Cross River) e game also marked the re-
on Saturday, Nov. 14. With the turn of senior captain and defender,
win, Lakeland—led by Keirra Et- Kristen O’Shea, from an injury.
tere (2G), Katelyn Cerrato (1G),
Emma Ryan (1G),Jaden Ray (2A), “It felt great to be back on the
Emma Fon (1A), and Celeste Pa- eld, and to contribute to our win,
gliaroli (3 saves)—clinched its 24th securing the league championship,”
straight league title, and 31st over- O’Shea said. “We’ve worked so
all, all under coach Sharon Sarsen. hard during the shortened season,
and it was nice to see all the work
“We are happy to celebrate a pay o . I appreciated playing with
championship this year,” Sarsen my teammates so much more due
said. “I am proud of my players to my injury, on top of the pan-
for working hard during the quar- demic.”
antine, to improve to this level,

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Thursday, November 19, 2020 SPORTS Yorktown News – Page 25
Lakeland’s Keirra Ettere battles for a loose ball.
Lakeland’s Jaden Ray pushes the attack against visiting Somers.
Lakeland, led by a well-balanced scor- Lakeland’s Keirra Ettere battles for a loose ball.
ing attack of Ettere (2G, 2A), Fon (2G, Lakeland’s Mia Smith rips a shot.
1A), Ray (1G, 1A), and Ryan (1G) shut
out visiting Somers, 6-0, on Tuesday, Nov.

“We had a well-balanced scoring attack
in our game against Somers, because as a
team, we connected with our passing and
o -ball movement,” Fon said. “We made
sure to emphasize communication, and
have con dence in ourselves.”

e win enabled Lakeland to sweep the
season series from Somers. e Hornets
won the rst game at Somers,4-0,on Oct.

e two teams also met in last year’s
Section 1 Class B title game, won by
Lakeland, 4-0.

“It meant a lot to our team to defeat
Somers,” Fon said. “ ey’re a great team,
and playing them proved our strength and
growth as a young team.”

Lakeland got o to a 2-0 halftime lead,
before doubling its lead with two more
goals in the third quarter.

“We were able to get two more goals in
the third quarter, because we kept our in-
tensity high and everyone worked hard to
keep the ball on the o ensive side of the

eld,” Fon said. “We were also very gritty
in front of the cage and took advantage of
every chance we got.”

Pagliaroli (50 minutes, 2 saves) and
Maeve Dineen-Herzog (10 minutes),
combined on the Hornets’ ninth shutout
of the season.

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VRarosuitnydup Popovic notches hat trick in playoff win
Lakeland boys win three in a row

BY MIKE SABINI save) also did the job in goal for Yorktown. Yorktown’s George Popovic
CONTRIBUTING WRITER “Everybody is very happy with the unde- celebrates his second of
three goals vs. Mahopac.
Yorktown Boys Soccer feated (regular) season and, we feel that it is
(10-0-1) representative of how hard we’ve worked this
season and over the summer,”Prybylski said.
YORKTOWN 5,FOX LANE 1 “But all of that’s behind us now, and we’re
Saturday, Nov. 14 (Fox Lane High School) extremely focused on taking the upcoming
Yorktown jumped out to a 5-0 halftime tournament, one game at a time.”

lead, paving the way for a 5-1 win against YORKTOWN 4,MAHOPAC 0
Fox Lane. Monday, Nov. 16 (Yorktown High School)
Led by a hat trick from Popovic, No. 2
“ roughout the season, we felt like we
had been starting o games too slow, so one Yorktown registered a 4-0 victory against
of our primary focuses going into this game No. 7 Mahopac in the quarter nals of the
was to come out strong and put in a few goals Putnam-Northern Westchester Large
early, which we were able to do,” Yorktown’s School tournament.
Jack Prybylski said. “We also wanted to let
our younger guys get in some well-deserved “ e win overall felt great,” Popovic said.
minutes for all the hard work, they’ve been “It was a great team win. From the rst guy
doing since the o season.” to the 29th guy, everyone gave 100 percent.
To score a hat trick for my team was exciting.
Prybylski (2G), Vasyl Oliinych (1G), Pe- I tried to just put my team in the best posi-
ter Spallone ( rst varsity goal), David Dip- tion to win, doing anything I possibly could,
polito (1G), George Popovic (3A), Chris and we got the result.”
Judge (1A), and Marco Landicino (1A) led
Yorktown o ensively. Popovic scored two goals in the rst half,
before scoring for a third time in the second
Vicente Lyon, who usually kicks for the half, putting Yorktown up 3-0.
Huskers’football team,made 6 saves,includ-
ing a penalty kick, in his rst varsity soccer “At halftime, coach ( Justin) Hu told us
appearance. Dylan Lopez (2 saves), Scott that Mahopac is going to come out strong,
Weitman (2 saves), and Trevor Gri ths (1 since for both sides it could be their last


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enabled the Hornets to win both able to play through this COVID

The Huskers’ Marco games, this season against Panas. season,”Borges said.“Much thanks
Landicino controls Lakeland won the rst game at to our coaching sta ,and Yorktown
at midfield. home, 2-1, in overtime on Oct. 17, High School for keeping it safe. It

led by two goals from Ava Pagliaro. was great to end the (regular) sea-

“Sweeping the series against Pa- son, on a high note.”

nas means a lot, because out of the

four years that I have played on var- JOHN JAY CR 3,YORKTOWN 0

sity, I can’t remember the last time Monday, Nov. 16 (John Jay High

we beat Panas, on its home turf,” School)

Gerbasi said.“It’s been a while, and No. 2 John Jay-Cross River de-

so to make history, especially my feated No. 7 Yorktown 3-0, in the

senior year, is de nitely something quarter nals of the Putnam-North-

I’ll never forget.” ern Westchester Large School tour-


BRONXVILLE 3,LAKELAND 0 e Franklin Pierce University-

Saturday, Nov. 14 (Lakeland bound Araneo, playing her nal

High School) game as a Husker, went out in style,

Pinkowsky garnered 10 saves in recording an eye-popping 27 saves.

VARSITY e Hornets overcame a 1-0 Lakeland’s 3-0 loss to Bronxville. “We held them scoreless in the
halftime de cit to defeat Peekskill, rst quarter,”Hyndman said.“At the
FROM PAGE 26 Yorktown Field half, it was only 1-0. e girls played

game of the season, and if we 2-1. Hockey (2-6-2) really hard tonight, and saw a huge
muscled through the pressure they “Our team has so much heart, Yorktown’s Anthony Canger improvement from the rst time we

were putting on, we would come and every single person on the played them, which was a 6-0 loss.

out victorious,” Popovic said. “On team, playing or on the bench, is nior year. It felt really nice because PANAS 2,YORKTOWN 0

the play, David Dippolito picked always in the game,” Lakeland’s we worked really hard all game and Thursday, Nov. 12 (Yorktown

up the ball at around the 40, passed Austin Bergen said. “We all want just couldn’t nish. My teammate, High School)

it to me, then I sent Chris Judge to win every game we play, and we Nadia Parisi, sent in a beautiful Husker goalie Addy Araneo

through; he hit the post, and I was all support each other.” ball, and I was one on one with made 4 saves in a 2-0 loss to Wal-

there to follow it up. at goal put Lakeland tied the game on a the keeper, around the 10-yard ter Panas.

the game away.” goal by Antonio Gerbasi, assisted line, and all I thought is, ‘I have to

Dippolito (1G),Landicino (1A), by Sonny Karaqi, with 14:04 re- get this in the back of the net,’ and YORKTOWN 3,LOURDES 1

Judge (1A), and Lopez (7 saves) maining, in the game. that’s what I did.” Saturday, Nov. 14 (Yorktown

also contributed to the victory. Austin Bergen connected on the Lakeland’s Sarah Pinkowsky High School)

Lakeland Boys game-winner with 2:21 left in the made 9 saves in recording her third Yorktown earned a 3-1 victory

contest on a penalty kick. consecutive shutout. against Our Lady of Lourdes.

Soccer (6-5-1) “I really try not to think about “Linda Daly and Laura Mac- “It was very exciting,” Yorktown
much while taking the penalty, Donald had some big stops to- coach Courtney Hyndman said.“A

but I just knew I had to make it,” day, and always seemed to be nice way to end regular-season play

LAKELAND 2,HEN HUD 1 Bergen said.“I usually just pick my one step ahead of Panas’ o ense,” for sure.”

Tuesday, Nov. 10 (Hendrick spot and take the kick. It felt great Pinkowsky said. “ e defense, as Yorktown’s Alexa Borges (1G),

Hudson High School) to score the penalty. I don’t usually a whole, has great chemistry to- Nicole Peters (1G), Abbie Ellison

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drick Hudson, 2-1. ways feel great to score. Especially o ense.” into the box score. for a teammate in 4-0 playoff win
e win was extra special, as it “We are fortunate to have been over visiting Mahopac.
Michael Rodriguez scored 42 when there is less than three min-

seconds into the game o a pass utes left in the game, and it’s tied.”

from Antonio Gerbasi, putting the Pasato secured the victory with

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CLUES ACROSS 24. Newborn child events 14. Relative biological For puzzle solutions, please see
1. Autonomic nervous 25. Absence of difficulty
system 26. Large, stocky lizard 50. Connected with effectiveness (abbr.)
4. At or near the stern 27. Earned top billing
7. Adenosine triphosphate 30. A long wandering and 54. Status 17. Sun up in New York
10. Polynesian garland of eventful journey
flowers 34. Water (French) 55. Dean residence 18. Eggs in female fish
11. Chinese revolutionary 35. Brew
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13. Large group 41. A usually malignant
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19. Wrongdoers actor 59. Straits along the Red Sea 27. Calendar month (abbr.)
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actress Susan 29. The 8th month (abbr.)

61. Get some color 31. __ Paulo, city

62. Facilitates hearing 32. Tall deciduous tree

63. Commercials 33. Affirmative

64. A team’s best pitcher 37. Notified of danger

65. Patti Hearst’s captors 38. NFL game days

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2. More informative 42. Phil __, former CIA

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sit 44. Of the skull

4. Gathered 47. Time zone (abbr.)

5. Supervises flying 48. When you hope to get

6. Home of the Blue there

Jays 49. Hindu goddess

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regret 52. Pitching stat

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LLC FORMATION NOTICE and adding ten (10) new outfalls 21 S Putt Corners Rd Law, hereby temporarily modify, resident was con rmed; and

e Kitchen at Villa 119, LLC. with associated limitations. New New Paltz, NY 12561 for the period from the date of WHEREAS, New York State,

Articles of Organization led outfalls will contain bio lm wash (845) 256-3096 this Local Emergency Order Westchester County and the

with Secretary of State of New water, construction wastewater, PUBLIC NOTICE through November 18, 2020, the Town of Yorktown are addressing
York (SSNY) on April 27, 2020. and/or chlorinated aqueduct NOTICE OF HEARING ON
O ce location: Westchester water, and will discharge to both following: the threat that COVID-19 poses

• Section 201-9(a) of the to the health and welfare of its
County. SSNY is designated surface water and groundwater. PRELIMINARY BUDGET Yorktown Town Code is residents and visitors.
as agent of LLC upon whom Permit limitation for these FOR THE TOWN OF modi ed to increase the ne for NOW, THEREFORE, I,
process against it may be served. new outfalls, depending on the YORKTOWN FOR THE
SSNY shall mail process to 487 discharge, may include Flow, o enses against Chapter 201 Matthew J. Slater, Supervisor of
E. Main St. #178, Mt. Kisco, NY pH, Total Suspended Solids, YEAR 2021
(Littering) from $500 per day to the Town of Yorktown, by virtue

$1,000 per day. of the authority vested in me by

10549. Purpose: Any lawful act Settleable Solids, BOD5, Oil NOTICE IS HEREBY • Section 201-9(c) of the the laws of the State of New York,

or activity. and Grease, Total Aluminum, GIVEN, that the preliminary Yorktown Town Code is hereby nd, pursuant to Section

LLC FORMATION NOTICE Total Iron and Total Manganese budget of the Town of Yorktown, modi ed to increase the ne for 24 of Article 2-B of the N.Y.
(combined), and Total Residual Westchester County, NY for the o enses against Chapter 201 Executive Law, that there is a

15 Stanley Street LLC, Arts Chlorine. scal year beginning January (Littering) from $1,000 per day disaster in the Town of Yorktown

of Org. led with Sec. of State e Draft Permit and Fact 1st, 2021 has been completed to $2,000 per day. that has imperiled the public

of NY (SSNY) on 8/12/2020. Sheet may be viewed and printed and led in the o ce of the Dated: Yorktown, NY safety, and I do hereby proclaim

Cty: Westchester. SSNY desig. from the Department website Town Clerk of the said Town at November 13, 2020 a local state of emergency in
Matthew J. Slater the Town of Yorktown. is
as agent upon whom process at: the Town Hall, 363 Underhill

against may be served & shall permits/6054.html. Avenue in Yorktown Heights, Supervisor Proclamation shall be in e ect

mail process to Mark Voeltz, 15 in the said Town where it is until December 12, 2020.

Stanley St., Pleasantville, NY AVAILABILITY OF available for inspection by any TOWN OF YORKTOWN Dated: Yorktown, NY
10570. General Purpose APPLICATION DOCUMENTS: interested person during regular OFFICE OF THE November 12, 2020
o ce hours of the Town Clerk SUPERVISOR
NEW YORK STATE Filed application documents, beginning November 23, 2020, Matthew J. Slater
DEPARTMENT OF and Department draft permits and PROCLAIMING A LOCAL Supervisor
ENVIRONMENTAL where applicable, are available
NOTICE OF COMPLETE business hours at the address of HEREBY GIVEN, that the IN THE TOWN OF
the contact person. To ensure Town Board of said Town of YORKTOWN e Meadows Farm, LLC,
APPLICATION timely service at the time of Yorktown will meet and hold Arts of Org. led with Sec.
inspection, it is recommended a public hearing thereon at
WHEREAS, on January of State of NY (SSNY) on

Date:11/06/2020 that an appointment be made the Town Hall, 363 Underhill 30, 2020, the World Health 8/21/2020. Cty: Westchester.

Applicant: NYC DEPT with the contact person. Avenue, in the said Town, on Organization designated the SSNY desig. as agent upon

OF ENVIRONMENTAL the 1st day of December, 2020 novel coronavirus, COVID-19, whom process against may be

PROTECTION 96-05 STATE ENVIRONMENTAL at 7:00 o’clock PM, or as soon outbreak as a Public Health served & shall mail process

HORACE HARDING QUALITY REVIEW SEQR thereafter as the same can be Emergency of International to Francis Woodard, 3117

EXPY FL 5 96-05 HORACE DETERMINATION: heard, and that at such hearing Concern; Old Yorktown Rd., Yorktown

HARDING EXPY FL 5 Project is not subject to SEQR any person shall be heard in favor WHEREAS, on January 31, Heights, NY 10598. General

CORONA, NY 11368 because it is a Type II action. of or against the preliminary 2020, United States Health Purpose

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REHABILITATION CAT-RR None Designated e 2021 Preliminary public health emergency for the Notice of Formation of the

WATER FOR THE FUTURE Proposed General Budget totals entire United States to aid the Birtok LLC. Art. Of Org. led

PROJECT – LEAK REPAIRS STATE HISTORIC $60,752,538 representing an nation’s healthcare community in with SSNY on 09/30/20. O ce

WATER FOR THE FUTURE PRESERVATION ACT SHPA increase of $18,842 from the responding to COVID-19; Location: Westchester. SSNY

PROJECT – LEAK REPAIRS DETERMINATION: 2019 Adopted Budget with the WHEREAS, both travel- designated as agent of the LLC

NEWBURGH, NY e proposed activity is not following salaries of the elected related cases and community upon whom process against it

Application ID: 3-9903- subject to review in accordance o cials: contact transmission of may be served. SSNY shall mail

00102/00002 with SHPA. e application Supervisor - $121,328.00 COVID-19 have been process to: 2 Washington Ave N,

Permits(s) Applied for: 1 - type is exempt and/or the project Councilman (4) - $19,575.00 documented in New York State White Plains NY 10603-2205.

Article 17 Titles 7&8 Industrial involves the continuation of an Town Clerk - $102,680.00 and Westchester County, and Purpose: any lawful purpose.

SPDES – Surface Discharge existing operational activity. e Superintendent of Highways - more are expected to continue; LLC FORMATION NOTICE

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SEVERAL COUNTIES in to review in accordance with Town Justice (2) - $33,126.00 WHEREAS, on March 7, Notice of Formation of 2349

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is exempt and/or the project of the Town of Yorktown, NY Cuomo declared a Disaster LLC. Arts. of Org. led with

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: involves the continuation of an DIANA L. QUAST, Emergency in the State of New SSNY on 10/30/2020. O ce

e applicant proposes to existing operational activity. TOWN CLERK York; and location: Westchester County.

modifytheexistingStatePollutant TOWN OF YORKTOWN WHEREAS, on March SSNY designated as agent of

Discharge Elimination System DEC COMMISSIONER CERTIFIED MUNICIPAL 11, 2020, the World Health LLC upon whom process may be

(SPDES) permit (NY0281042) POLICY 29, ENVIRONMENTAL CLERK Organization declared the served. SSNY shall mail process

for the Catskill Aqueduct Repair JUSTICE AND PERMITTING COVID-19 outbreak to be a to Delina Sosa, 254 Glenbrook

and Rehabilitation (CAT-RR) CP 29 TOWN OF YORKTOWN global pandemic; and Avenue, Yonkers, New York
project. e existing SPDES It has been determined that OFFICE OF THE WHEREAS, on March 12, 10705. Purpose: any lawful act or
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to surface waters in numerous the proposed action is not subject SUPERVISOR LOCAL 2020, the rst positive case of
locations along the 74-mile to CP-29. EMERGENCY ORDER NO. 20 COVID-19 involving aYorktown SEE LEGALS PAGE 30

aqueduct corridor associated AVAILABILITY FOR PUBLIC

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Seniors, disabled get Medicaid reprieve

For many years, New Having done so, the New York GUEST abled who do not have a spouse, one needs home care or nursing
Yorkers were eligible State Department of Health CORNER minor child, or disabled child to home services continues to be
for Medicaid home care (DOH), in order to be in com- whom they can make an exempt the most prudent option.
services without worrying about pliance with enhanced Federal ANTHONY J. transfer of their non-IRA assets,
the ve-year look-back period Medicaid funding requirements, ENEA or a spouse, minor child, dis- Anthony J. Enea is a member of
for non-exempt asset transfers has pushed back the Medicaid abled child, caretaker child or a Enea, Scanlan and Sirignano,
(gifts), which is imposed for home care look-back period Medicaid. sibling with an equity interest to LLP of White Plains. He focuses
Medicaid nursing home eligibil- from Oct. 1, to April 1, 2021. e other option still available whom they can make an exempt his practice on Wills, Trusts and
ity. In essence, one could give transfer of their home under Estates and Elder Law. Mr. Enea
away all of their savings and us, one can transfer assets for a single person with resources Social Services Law § 366 (5)(e) is the Past Chair of Elder Law
home without incurring any pe- (make non-exempt transfers/ above the permitted amount is (4)(i). e other exempt transfers and Special Needs Section of the
riod of ineligibility for Medicaid gifts) on or after Oct. 1, without to implement a Medicaid Crisis that should apply under Social New York State Bar Association
Home Care Services. any penalty and/or look-back Plan, where approximately half Services Law § 366 (5)(e)(3)(i), (NYSBA), and is the current Chair
period if they apply for home of their resources will be used to (ii) and (iii) include the purchase of the Senior Lawyer Section of
As part of the recommenda- care Medicaid before April 1, pay for their home care and the of an annuity, the purchase of the NYSBA. Mr. Enea is the Past
tions by the State’s Medicaid 2021. However, if an applica- other half is protected by gifting a life estate, the purchase of a President and Founding member
Redesign Team, commencing tion for home care Medicaid is to a third party. promissory note loan or mort- of the New York Chapter of the
on Oct. 1, and as part of the made on or after April 1, 2021, gage. Additionally, the applicant National Academy of Elder Law
New York State budget enacted and a non-exempt transfer/gift Irrespective of one’s marital can still argue that the non-ex- Attorneys (NAELA). Mr. Enea
on April 3, a 30-month look- was made on or after Oct. 1, the status, the changes in the rules empt transfer of assets (gift) was is the President of the Westchester
back period was enacted for 30-month lookback and penalty illustrate the need for seniors made for purposes other than to County Bar Foundation and a
all home care services. is is a period will be applicable. is and the disabled to be proac- qualify for Medicaid. Past President of the Westchester
devastating turn of events for is of great importance to those tive in making asset transfers County Bar Association. Mr. Enea
New York’s seniors and dis- who were unable to transfer as- and start both the 30-month As of this writing, it appears can be reached at 914-948-1500
abled. e look-back period is sets before Oct. 1, and currently look-back period for Medicaid that utilizing the Medicaid As- or at [email protected]
calculated the same way as the require Medicaid home care home care and the 60-month set Protection Trust to protect
penalty period is calculated for services. look-back period for Medicaid one’s home and savings before
skilled nursing home Medic- nursing home in advance of
aid (using the regional rate as Fortunately, the new rules their needing care. Without Go Solar with SunPower!
the divisor). For example, the have left spousal refusal un- non-exempt transfers being, the
regional rate for the Northern touched. us, a married person clock never begins to run and 1-866-588-0476
Metropolitan area (Westchester, can still transfer assets to their the ability to shelter one’s assets
Putnam, Rockland, Orange and spouse and if the spouse has from the cost of long-term care
Dutchess Counties) for the year assets and/or income above the becomes signi cantly more
2020 is $12,805 per month. permitted amounts, the spouse di cult as one ages. A greater
can execute a spousal refusal, percentage of one’s life savings
us if $200,000 is gifted, a allowing the ill spouse to be eli- will be exposed to the cost of
15.61-month ineligibility period gible for Medicaid. While this is care the longer one waits.
is created for home care Med- advantageous if a married person
icaid. needs Medicaid home care and/ e imposition of a look-back
or Medicaid nursing home cov- and penalty period for Medicaid
In early October, because of erage, spousal refusal gives the home care is a devastating turn
the pandemic, the Trump ad- Department of Health the right of events for seniors and the dis-
ministration renewed the Public to sue the refusing spouse for the
Health Emergency for an addi- value of the services provided by
tional 90 days e ective Oct. 23.

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