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Yorktown News 06.13.19

Vol. 8 No. 11 Visit for the latest news. Thursday, June 13, 2019

PHOTO: BRIAN ‘My heart will

break leaving here’
Stone announces retirement
from Lakeland Schools


PLAY e upcoming school year will be Dr. George
BALL! Stone’s 10th and nal one as superintendent of
the Lakeland Central School District.
The Yorktown community came together for a good cause on Saturday, June 8, as youth
baseball players battled police officers in a charity baseball game. The event featured Stone’s retirement, accepted by the school
board last week, will be o cial on June 30,
a guest appearance by Dwight “Doc” Gooden, a former pitcher for the New York Mets. 2020.
Turn to pages 18 and 19 for more photos.
“While there comes a time in everyone’s life
Sara Stevenson, 8, shows off her Doc Gooden signed baseball. when they need to take a little time to relax
and enjoy life and spoil grandkids, I’ll be leaving the best job in the
best place that I’ve ever had, and I’ve had a lot of jobs in a lot of places,”
Stone said at the June 6 school board meeting.

Stone, 67, was hired away from the Cape Henlopen School District
in Delaware in April 2010.

He began his educational career in 1974 as an elementary school
teacher in Bladensburg, Md. He spent the next 20-plus years working as a
teacher and principal in West Virginia and Delaware before being named
superintendent of the Delmar School District in Delaware in 1996.

In announcing his retirement, Stone praised Lakeland, saying the
district should be viewed as a “model” for public education.

“My biggest regret is that I won’t be here to see everything nished
that I helped start,” Stone said, “but I’ll do everything that I possibly
can to help whoever sits in this chair next to get it done.

“My heart will break leaving here,” he continued.
Denise Kness, president of the Lakeland school board, said Stone
embodies many of the qualities that make an e ective leader.
“Personally, I’ve learned from him that you can never be satis ed
with how things are and always be willing to improve,” Kness said.
“When you make a mistake, you own it, and you always give credit to
those who do a good job around you.”

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Page 8 – Yorktown News Thursday, June 13, 2019

Getting into the weeds
Residents, supervisor candidate criticize park conditions

BY BRIAN MARSCHHAUSER tion for allowing such conditions ple want to use their parks.” est sport facility, consisting of 15 being stored on unusable tennis
to exist. Supervisor Ilan Gilbert,though, acres of active sports complex with courts at Shrub Oak Park and

A day after the report aired, the said his administration does have three elds, basketball, handball Downing Park.

One of Yorktown’s parks got Marcy Street park had been land- a plan for repairing town parks courts, pickleball courts, pavilion “It starts with management. It

some tender love and care last scaped and cleaned by the town’s and prepping them for the sum- and restrooms,”Gilbert said of the starts with having a plan,” Slater

week after residents and a political Parks and Recreation Depart- mer season. However, he said, the nearly $6 million facility. said. “It falls squarely on the su-

hopeful rattled cages in the form ment. Earlier in the week, a Face- Parks and Recreation Depart- e weather, Gilbert said, has pervisor’s shoulders.”

of social media posts and a televi- book post showing conditions of ment is behind schedule because also not been kind. Before looking into hiring

sion news broadcast. the park received dozens of com- of ongoing construction at the “We have a schedule for prepar- more parks employees, Slater said,

Touring the overgrown Black- ments from frustrated residents. new Granite Knolls Sports Com- ing our facilities for the season but, he would order a full inventory

berry Woods Park with a reporter “It shouldn’t get to this point,” plex, which has occupied much of of course, this has been adversely of the town’s parks to determine

from News 12, Republican town Slater told Yorktown News. “Ob- the town’s time and money. a ected by the unusual amount of what work is needed and in what

supervisor candidate Matt Slater viously,there’s no plan. is should “We are in the process of rain this season,” Gilbert said. order. e town’s website should

criticized the current administra- be done earlier in the season. Peo- completing our newest and larg- e supervisor also pointed out also have an interactive map of its

that the town is responsible for parks, letting residents know what

maintaining 31 parks, “including equipment a park has and where

Do Something Special for Dad two pool complexes consisting they can park their cars, he said.

of seven di erent pools, 16 play- e town should also be more

on Father’s Day... grounds, 12 tennis courts and has transparent about planned im-

responsibility for an additional 20 provements to its parks, Slater

properties.” said. Residents should at least

In addition to full- and part- know the town is aware of issues

Take Him Out for a time employees, seasonal workers and has plans to x them, even if
help maintain the parks in the the repairs may take years to com-
summer. Now that they have re- plete.

Wonderful Meal at Char! ported for duty, Gilbert said, “We Gilbert, however, said Slater is
are accelerating the rate of prepar- proposing ideas that are already
ing our facilities for use by our being done.
“We have inspected our facili-

But Slater called the condi- ties, including a pool complex that

We’re Open from 12N-9PM tion of town parks inexcusable. was damaged by vandals (Shrub

For example, he said, construc- SEE PARKS PAGE 9
tion equipment and materials are


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Slater’s criticism didn’t end with the condition of the parks. He

said residents have also expressed concern to him about what the
town is using to control weed growth.

“Are [kids] playing in Roundup or are they playing in some-
thing else?” Slater asked.

e Parks and Recreation Department has since clari ed it
does not use chemicals, but rather an “organic-based solution.”

“We apply natural citrus oil commonly found in the citrus
peels of oranges, limes, lemons, and grapefruits,” the department
said in a statement provided by Gilbert’s o ce.“ e use of citrus
oil on weeds is applied in small amounts or spot applications.

e product is a safe, fast acting, e ective approach to controlling
weeds and the department only schedules an application on a
case-by-case basis.”

Still, Slater said, neighborhood residents should be noti ed
about when the department plans to use this mixture in their

“It’s an issue of transparency,” Slater said.

‘We have a schedule for preparing our
facilities for the season but, of course, this
has been adversely a ected by the unusual

amount of rain this season.’

–Supervisor Ilan Gilbert, Town of Yorktown

Conditions of the Blackberry Woods Park
before and after the Parks and Recreation

Department landscaped it.




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Treasuring fatherhood On Stage: ere’s Something

Father’s Day is the perfect time to had lent me for a New Year’s Eve date. About Rosemary
take a moment to treasure our
dads and re ect on how they’ve He thought I was kidding (I wish I When Lenny
a ected our lives. For comes on
many of us, it’s also an was). stage at the absorbing piece is that
opportunity to take start of the cunning and
stock on how we are Unlike my dad, I quirky play, “Companion playwright Kevin Ar-
doing as fathers. Piece,” he is nervously
always felt it impor- trying to knot a neck- BRUCE mento keeps us guess-
As for my dad, his tie while addressing an THE BLOG ing. More than that,
beginnings were truly MY tant to inject humor unseen person in the he keeps us thinking…
humble. By the time PERSPECTIVE into most situa- bedroom from which he
my father was 12 tions. My mom and just emerged. Her name BRUCE about relationships: how
years old he was an JAMES I shared a special is Rosemary.
orphan. Taken in by his older sister MARTORANO bond in that way, APAR essential they are to a
and her husband, he was startled one As the play progressed, I began won-
afternoon to come home from school dering what happened to the unseen ful lling existence; how
to nd all his belongings piled up Rosemary, who seems to disappear from
on the outside stoop. Parentless, and and I hope it can be out of sight. It’s not until more than half elusive meaningful re-
now homeless, he was forced to work way through the story that the riddle of
countless hours at any job he could said that my boys Rosemary is solved, and it’s a doozy. I lationships can be; how
will not divulge spoilers here, because it’s
nd just to survive, all while renting a and I do as well. too much fun to nd out for yourself why we manipulate relation-
room at the local YMCA. there’s something about Rosemary.
Laughing at life and yourself can have ships to suit our sel sh motives and our
ings began to look up for dad Later still, near the end of the play, we
when he married my mom. After Pearl a wonderfully soothing e ect even in get to meet the mystery woman (though convenience.
Harbor, he immediately enlisted and, not in the esh, exactly) and she is quite
after World War II, returned home to the most di cult of situations. a sight. e superb actor who plays Rose- Lenny is a computer repair guy. A
raise a family. As a father, he had no mary, Emma Simon, makes an indelible,
real role models and it showed. His My mother had, like the rest of us if eerie, impression, without moving a ladies’ man he is not.
struggles as a parent were particularly muscle. In fact, what she does with her
striking when contrasted with my mortals, normal aches and pains. Dad body control is so remarkable, it is hard Far from a cliched romantic comedy,
mom who was a teacher and took to to process. If that sounds salacious, it is
parenting e ortlessly. was like steel; he never had a cavity in anything but. ere’s nothing tasteless this is a refreshingly o -beat and original
Mom was totally approachable his life and would astonish his doctor rom-com.
while dad was not. During conversa- e regional premiere of “Companion
tions, he would raise his voice at the at every physical. To my sister and me Piece” is on stage through June 30. For Lenny’s friend and client Kip ( ad-
slightest provocation. At an early age, tickets: Denizen; 845-303-
I learned to only address him when he he seemed indestructible. At the end 4136. deus McCants), who appears in one
addressed me rst. Mother welcomed
dialogue and very seldom raised her of his life, he su ered greatly but never Part of the charm and the drama of the memorable scene, is a smooth and fast
once complained and would have his talker who tries to mentor his pal in the
Learning from my dad’s mistakes, I
always tried to be open as a father to chemo in the morning and go to work rigors of romancing. His basic philoso-
my kids (Robert and Jimmy). Some-
times it can be hard, but remembering in the afternoon. He passed away phy is to stay out of trouble by keeping
how di cult and painful it was to
open up with him made me promise never once utilizing the morphine that the truth to yourself. Kip’s truth is that
myself that I would always encourage
my boys to feel free to communicate. I had been provided for him to ease his he’s married, with an infant, and cheats.
hope I succeeded.
pain. He excuses the dalliance as “a little shot
Mom was extremely funny; we
would laugh for hours. Dad had no I have failed miserably in this of novocaine and then I go home.” When
sense of humor. I can recall making
him laugh only twice. e rst time I department. Unlike my dad, who suf- Kip tells Lenny, “Everyone deserves
made him laugh was at a local Catho-
lic men’s club Man of the Year dinner fered in silence, I am more inclined someone they can be really happy with,”
where he was the honoree. In a “ is
Is Your Life” type presentation, they to be a hypochondriac than a man of Kip doesn’t sound like he’s referring to
got to the part where I was born and
I cheered heartily. e audience (and steel. I have cavities galore and if I his spouse.
my dad) roared with amusement. e
second time I got him to laugh was were in my dad’s shoes, I would have Lenny seems most comfortable and
when I told him that I had a minor
fender bender with his car, which he used up the morphine in half a day. con dent when toying with the inani-

Luckily my boys are more like my mate objects of technology. We learn that

father than me in this area. SEE APAR PAGE 14

While my mom was free with her

a ection, my dad was uncomfortable

with such displays. Even so, like all

good parents he demonstrated his

love in small ways that often went

unnoticed. He showed up at all my

little league games, bizarrely staying in

the car and beeping his horn if I did

something really good. He loved pick-

ing me up at the YMCA every Friday

night. He would take the entire family

on “rides” every Sunday. He took my

sister and me ice skating regularly. He

didn’t say, “I love you,” in words, but in

his deeds.

Again, in contrast with dad, I tell

my boys, although fully grown, how

much I love them. Perhaps I straddle

the “sappy” side, but I think it’s prefer-

able that your kids appreciate that it’s

OK to display positive emotions.

My parents also di ered in other

ways. Where mom exercised patience, PHOTO COURTESY OF DANIEL KELLY

SEE MARTORANO PAGE 11 Lenny (Harry Lipstein) shares a dinner table with online dating match Dolores (Suzy
Kimball) and Rosemary (Emma Simon)

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Thursday, June 13, 2019 OPINION Yorktown News – Page 13

e return of Super Grillman LETTERS

When we moved to the suburbs 22 years LOST IN on a barbecue. I was thrilled that my husband A waste
ago, a superhero was born. He couldn’t SUBURBIA would be able to get the same grill satisfaction he’d of money
leap tall buildings with a single bound, had in the ‘burbs. I gured, this is exactly the way
but not long after we moved in, my husband became they used to do it in the wild, wild west, and if it To the editor,
Attention all Yorktown
empowered with delusions of barbeque grandeur. TRACY was good enough for Billy the Kid, it was good
politicians, members of
He took on the alter ego, Super Grillman, had his BECKERMAN enough for Super Grillman. My husband, however, the sports community,
and all residents of
own monogrammed, titanium grill tools case, and was dubious. sound mind and good
will: Shouldn’t we begin
wore a costume, or rather, an apron, in red, white, “I don’t know,” he said reluctantly. “Super Cast thinking about and
planning for another
and blue imprinted with an “S”and a “G”on it. Iron Pan Man just doesn’t have the same ring to it.” multi-acre “state of the
art” sports complex?
Not content to practice his craft on your everyday, run-of-the-mill “Just think of it as expanding your galactic grilling empire,” I
John Sorgini
grill, he let the grill gurus at the grill store talk him into something advised him. Yorktown Heights

they called the Pinnacle of Grill Greatness because it could grill, So, one day, Super Grillman went to the local butcher and bought

smoke, or rotisserie your meat to perfection. It was truly the grill of two nice steaks. He red up the cast-iron pans and set out his steaks

the gods, and my husband, no longer a mere mortal, was now akin to for their sear. Everything was looking great until we realized the

or, the god of thunder, or in this case, the god of BTUs. Instead of apartment had begun to ll with smoke. We opened all the windows,

a hammer, my husband ruled with a mighty spatula. but to no avail. Within minutes, the smoke alarm began blaring and

Super Grillman was blissful in his grill existence. But then the un- we could not gure out how to turn it o . And then the dog began

thinkable happened. We moved to the city, and sadly, found out they howling along with the smoke alarm. We knew it was mere mo-

don’t allow grills on the balconies of high-rise apartments. Some- ments before the super police came in and gave us a super citation

thing about a re code and the risk of burning the whole building for disturbing the peace.

down, or whatever. Suddenly, Super Grillman was out of a job. But just then our doorbell rang. I opened it to see our new neigh-

“It’s not me I’m worried about,” he said. “It’s you. You will never bor standing there with a broom. She came into our apartment,

again know the joy of my exceptional barbecue.” swung the broom at the smoke alarm. and knocked it o the ceiling.

I decided that now would not be the best time to tell him that en she calmly walked over to the still blaring smoke alarm and

more often than not, his exceptional barbecue presentations looked removed the battery.

less like a medium rare burger and more closely resembled a charcoal “Wow, ank you so much!” I said. “How did you know what to

briquette. do?”

Still, I felt bad that Super Grillman was now a superhero without She gestured across the hall into her apartment where I could see a

a cause. man in an apron fussing about in her kitchen.

Hoping to nd a way for him to exercise his superpowers in our “Allow me to introduce my husband,” she said. “Super Stir Fry

new kitchen, I consulted some cookbooks and websites to learn how Man.”

to get that burnt barbecue goodness without a barbecue.

is is when I found out about the cast-iron pan. Apparently, For more Lost in Suburbia, become follow Tracy on Twitter @

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APAR struck up an online relation- movie in bed.” To which Lenny ourselves leaning in, eager to with Mr. Lipstein’s wilting
ship in a business forum. She is blankly asks, “Are you tired?” know what’s about to happen posture as he plods around his
FROM PAGE 10 paying him a visit while she’s in next as we try to gure them digs.
town for a conference. Despite Yeah, he’s that clueless. If out. at’s smart, technically
when his dad cautioned him her best e orts, coming on to that strains credulity, our sus- pro cient writing. Even though this is the
not to “knock up” his rst date, him unabashedly, Lenny misses pension of disbelief is kept aloft fourth production I’ve seen in
in junior high, Lenny wondered more than one broad hint from by how adroitly Mr. Armento e success of this produc- the inaugural season of Deni-
why he ever would “want to the irtatious Dolores, fetch- manages his characters and tion also is attributable to the zen, no two con gurations of
hit her.” He’s that naive—and ingly played by Suzy Kimball, their situations. ere are no uniformly excellent cast, tightly the performing space have been
adulthood hasn’t seasoned his that she is hot to trot. wasted words or intentions. e directed by Joe Langworth. alike. Each time I’ve entered
romantic instincts much. stakes remain high between the theater, the seating and the
Lenny suggests going out. Lenny and Dolores. As loner Lenny, Harry stage are in new locations.
As we meet him in his Dolores counters with a pref- Lipstein, the urbane founder
barebones bachelor pad, Lenny erence for hanging out in As the story unfolds, and of Denizen eater (as well as at is a testament to the
is getting ready to welcome his place to, maybe, “watch a the people on stage engage in its producing artistic director), forward-thinking creativity of
a woman with whom he has creates a lovable, vulnerable sad Mr. Lipstein, an architect by
guring each other out, we nd sack. Despite playing against trade, and co-artistic directors
type, he is able to pull o Ben Williamson and Brittany
YORKTOWN HYDRANT Lenny’s a ect, eliciting empa- Proia.
FLUSHING NOTICE thy from the audience.
e set that recreates Lenny’s
e Yorktown As exasperating as his in- living room and dining nook
Consolidated Water District nocence can be, we’re root- for this production is so realis-
ing for this guy, whose life of tic and functional that when I
will be ushing re hydrants in parts of solitude is etched on his face saw production photos before
and measured in each tentative attending the performance,
sections 5, 6 & 7 from June 17, 2019 step he takes. I thought they were taken in
thru July 19, 2019 between the somebody’s actual home.
hours of 7:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Mr. Armento speaks with a
clear, strong voice. He knows With “Companion Piece,”
Please refer to your Town of Yorktown how to propel a provocative Denizen, an ultra-modern
Trash Collection Schedule for the list of plot even if it doesn’t move in theater concept well-suited to
a straight line. at’s a power- the invigorating college town
streets included in these sections. ful skillset for a writer to wield. vibe of New Paltz, continues to
ful ll its mission of producing
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Enea, Scanlan
and Sirignano, LLP

BY BOB DUMAS can happen when people fail to prepare. a young age is very important.” thony, who is the incoming chair of the
CONTRIBUTING EDITOR But the rm is built to help its clients Lauren said if an illness befalls a loved Senior Lawyer Section of the New York
avoid just that and help them navigate State Bar Association, which advises at-
Benjamin Franklin once famously what can be an intimidating landscape one, questions will arise as to what steps torneys about transitioning from their
said, “By failing to prepare, you are pre- of laws, regulations and red tape. are taken to protect their assets. law practice into retirement. “It’s not just
paring to fail.” a skill you develop overnight.”
e rm, which has 35 years’ expe- “Did they transfer their assets to a
It’s a motto that Somers attorney rience helping people traverse these Medicaid Asset Protection Trust? Do Anthony is also former chair of the
Anthony J. Enea has instilled in his often-complex issues, helps its clients they have a last will and testament, pow- Elder Law and Special Needs Section of
children, Lauren and Michael, both of with Medicaid planning, special-needs er of attorney and healthcare proxy?” she the State Bar and president of the West-
whom have followed in their father’s planning, guardianships, and probate said. “We provide our clients the solu- chester County Bar Foundation, which
footsteps. and estate administration. Anthony and tions to these issues.” raises funds to pay for newly admitted
all the rm’s partners and associates help attorneys who provide legal services to
Michael just graduated from law people plan and protect their assets in Anthony began practicing elder law in the indigent and underrepresented.
school this spring and in 2016, Lauren the event of an unforeseeable problem, the late 1980s as the Baby Boomers be-
joined her father’s rm, Enea, Scanlan such as illness or injury. ese matters, came concerned with planning for their “I enjoy working with Lauren,” An-
and Sirignano, LLP, which is headquar- which often become issues for the whole long-term healthcare needs. thony said. “I nd that on many things,
tered in White Plains, and also has an family, are at the core of the day-to-day we think alike, and on others she brings
o ce in Somers. practice of the rm. “I noticed demographically that we a di erent perspective and dynamic to
had a very large aging population and the rm. She is obviously much more
“We’ve been living in Somers for “Unfortunately, one day we all get there was nobody advising them what computer-savvy, and she’s helped move
over 25 years now,” said Anthony, who older and have the same issues,” Lau- could happen to their nances in the the rm into the next century when it
is very active with the senior commu- ren said. e father/daughter team each event they became sick and needed comes to technology, how we operate,
nity in Heritage Hills. “It’s a nice story brings something special to the table. long-term care, either in a nursing home and how we serve our clients.”
because both of my children grew up in or at home,” he said.
Somers and went through the Somers “I am focused on young families to Lauren agrees, saying the dynamic
school system and now my daughter has make sure they have all their ducks in a In 1992, he co-founded the Elder Law works well, as they have the same vision
decided to buy her rst home and live row,” said Lauren, who helps her clients Committee of the Westchester County for the rm.
in and raise her family here. Our roots with new wills and power of attorney Bar Association, believing that seniors
are rmly in place in the town we call documents. “I have a di erent perspec- needed to be protected from the costs of “We really want to bring to the fore-
home.” tive because it is possible that our gener- long-term care. is need has exploded front that you don’t have to be 60 to 65-
ation will see a lot less growth in savings with what has been described by AARP plus to start planning for your future,”
e father/daughter duo, whose spe- and investments, such as real property. as a “tsunami” of dementia patients and Lauren said. “ at’s something you need
cialties include elder care, estate plan- So, being in the best position possible at people living longer. to do always—you always need to have
ning, wills, trusts and more, knows what some sort of plan.”
“Knowing all of the intricacies takes
a great deal of time and skill,” said An-

Enea, Scanlan and Sirignano, LLP

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Kids out-slug Cops in charity
e 12U Yorktown Sluggers emerged victo-
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ity baseball game, winning 7-1 over the York- P
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e charity baseball game, held Saturday, The Sluggers
June 8, at the Granite Knolls Sports Complex, pitcher fires one in.
is organized annually by Dr. Rodd Stein, Ser-
gio Esposito and the Yorktown Chamber of Police Officer Anthony DiPietrantonio
Commerce. Money is raised to send Yorktown warms up before the game.
children to Camp Sunshine, a Casco, Maine,
facility that provides a year-round retreat for
children with life-threatening illnesses and
their families.

Esposito said it costs about $2,500 to send
one child and their family to the camp for a
week. As of press time, nearly $11,000 in do-
nations have been pledged or collected, Es-
posito said.

Making a special guest appearance at this
year’s event was Dwight “Doc” Gooden, a
former All-Star pitcher for the New York
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Lions Club announces Summer Concert schedule

e 25th annual Yorktown Lions Club Summer Concert Series will return with six SUNDAY CONCERT SCHEDULE

Sunday concerts beginning June 30. • June 30: Jessica Lynn

Sunday concerts will begin at 6 p.m. at Jack DeVito Veterans Memorial Field in • July 14: Desert Highway—Eagles tribute

Yorktown Heights. Food and refreshments will be available. • July 28: Cherish the Ladies

In the event of inclement weather, the concert will be held at the Yorktown Stage. • Aug. 4: Lights Out—Frankie Valli tribute

No food, drinks or coolers are allowed inside the theater. • Aug. 11: Tramps Like Us—Bruce Springsteen tribute

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The Yorktown Chamber of Commerce hosted a grand opening Cohen Family Smiles, a family-owned dental practice, was welcomed to Yorktown on Wednesday,
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Thursday, June 13, 2019 TOWN GREEN Yorktown News – Page 23

IBM Retirees Club visit, or betzin Ellen help bring in the BAGELS AND BIBLE be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

call 914-962-1111. Shabbat with that special “Shab- Saturday, June 15, 9 a.m. Sunday, June 23. It is open to all

Hidden Treasurese Tri-State IBM Retirees bat Spirit” followed by a Shabbat All are invited to study the Bi- cars, trucks, motorcycles, antique

Club will hold its summer break dinner. ble with Rabbi Robbie Weiner. tractors, and equipment. Prizes

luncheon at 12:30 p.m. ursday, of the Hudson ENGAGING SHABBAT Bagels and co ee are provided. and awards will be handed out at
June 27, at Frankie & Augie’Z Valley SERVICES No previous knowledge is re- 3 p.m. ere will also be activi-
Restaurant, 3673 Hill Blvd., Jef- quired, and all backgrounds are ties for kids, food, live music, and

ferson Valley. Friday, June 14, 8 p.m. welcome. a ra e.

ere are individual lunch At 7:30 p.m. ursday, June Temple Beth Am will cel- Admission is $5 per carload.
Adult walk-ins are $1; kid walk-
Grange Car Showchoices. Cash payment is re- 20, the Yorktown Historical ebrate the beauty and joy of the
quired. Call Peg Ryan at 914- Society will present “Hidden Shabbat. e modern Shabbat ins are free.

528-5916 to con rm atten- Treasures of the Hudson Val- service has a spiritual and en- e eighth annual Yorktown e Yorktown Grange Fair-

dance. //there are no meetings in ley,” at the John C. Hart Memo- gaging feel while following tra- Grange Car Show and Antique grounds are located at 99 Mose-

July and August. e club’s next rial Library, 1130 East Main St., ditional modes. Tractor and Machine Expo will man Ave., Yorktown Heights.

scheduled meeting is ursday, Shrub Oak.

Sept. 26. Author Anthony Musso has The Schoolhouse Theater & Arts Center
written eight books, includ-
Support ing some on local sites in the

Connection Events Hudson Valley that played a Dorothy Lyman’s
signi cant role in the American

To learn more or to pre-reg- Revolution. He is also a week-

ister for events (required), call ly columnist for the Gannett

Support Connection at 914- newspapers. His new book is a

962-6402 or 800-532-4290. third book in a series of “Hidden

Treasures of the Hudson Valley.”

MAJOHNG FOR WOMEN He identi es 55 somewhat lesser

WITH CANCER known but historically rich sites

Support Connection will host that played an important role in

“Mahjong, Co ee and Cama- the establishment of the region.

raderie” from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Included are a stone school-

ursday, June 20, at the Support house, an 18th century parson-

Connection o ce, 40 Triangle age, Livingston’s private estate,

Center, Yorktown Heights. e Buddhist monastery and others. “3 GENERATIONS OF WOMEN GATHER IN THE CATSKILLS OVER PRESIDENT’S DAY
event is open to people living Pride Clinic
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logical cancers.

BOOK CLUB FOR WOMEN CoveCare, located at 1806 Dorothy Lyman Thea McCartan Jeanne Lauren Smith
WITH CANCER Route 6 in Carmel, will host its Eric Bryant Meredith Handerhan Frank Shiner
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Support Connection will host 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday, June

“Book Club For Women With 14. Directed by Bram Lewis

Cancer” from 7 to 9 p.m. urs- Organizations will be on hand

day, June 27, at NewYork-Pres- to provide information and lit-

byterian Hudson Valley Hos- erature regarding LGBTQIA TIX: | June 13th-30th
pital, 1980 Crompond Road, resources. Information tables (914) 277-8477 | 3 Owens RD. Croton Falls, NY | [email protected]
Cortlandt Manor. It is open to include: Planned Parenthood,
people living with breast, ovar- Putnam County Department of

ian and gynecological cancers. Health, PFLAG, and Language

& Pronouns.

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gram is open to people living

with breast, ovarian and gyne- Temple Beth Am is located

cological cancers. e day will at 203 Church Place, Yorktown

begin with a nutrition workshop Heights. For more information,

and some hands-on wholesome contact the rabbi at 914-962-

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Yorktown school organization awards grants

programs across Yorktown’s
The Yorktown Foundation for Excellence awarded 21 grants on Monday, June 3.
ve schools are being fully
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Sports Club; and the York-
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Enough money was raised
to fund almost two-thirds of
the 32 proposed programs.

Christine Menocal, presi-
dent of the Foundation for
Excellence, said it was a “very
competitive grant season.”

“ e Foundation for Ex-
cellence was founded in 1993
to award grants to educators
for developing timely innova-
tive and creative projects that
enrich the educational pro-
cess at the Yorktown School
District,” Menocal said the
June 3 Board of Education
meeting, where the grant re-
cipients were announced.

e grants will help stu-
dents in school with subjects
like math, science, perform-
ing arts and literacy. More
speci cally, some of the
grants cover topics like robot-
ics, knitting, choir, U.S. his-
tory, food (growing and mak-
ing), and physical education

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Farley announces bid for Congress

BY BRIAN MARSCHHAUSER who is a lawyer. We are raising tax bill in Westchester is close to
EDITOR three sons. e youngest is 12. $18,000 a year. I want to go to
He still lives at home. Washington and at least double
Chele Farley (R-Tuxedo) an- if not triple it. People say, ‘Well,
nounced in April that she is run- I’m an engineer by back- there isn’t enough money.’ I say,
ning in 2020 against incumbent ground. I have two degrees ‘Actually, there is enough mon-
Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney (D- in engineering from Stanford ey.’ It’s New Yorkers’ money and
Cold Spring) in the 18th Con- [University]. en I came to we need to bring it back to New
gressional District, which in- New York City and have worked York.
cludes all of Orange County and in nance at Goldman Sachs,
Putnam County, as well as parts UBS Capital, and then in pri- What made you want to get
of southern Dutchess County vate equity, and most recently at back into politics so quickly
and northeastern Westchester Mistral Capital. So, I do energy and now run for Congress after
County. e district includes and real estate investing. running for Senate?
the southeasternmost portion of
Yorktown, below the New Cro- One of the big things in this I think seeing that there was
ton Reservoir. campaign is I feel like our taxes this opportunity that nobody is
are too high and our infrastruc- doing anything and we’ve got
e Republican ran for United ture is falling apart. ese are Sean Patrick Maloney, who has
States Senate last year but was areas that are really in my sweet moved so far to the left, away
defeated by incumbent Kirsten spot as an engineer, a nance from the ideals of the district.
Gillibrand by a 2:1 margin. person, and most importantly as
a negotiator. He signed up as the co-
Give me a little bit of your sponsor of Alexandria Ocasio-
bio—your family, your career We need somebody to negoti- Cortez’s Green New Deal that
and your education. ate a better deal for New York. would cost $93 trillion, a num-
ber nobody can wrap their heads
I’m married to Richard Farley, is last tax bill was really tough around. ey understand that it
when it’s capped at $10,000 a would cost every hard-working
year and the average property Hudson Valley family $600,000,
and it’s ridiculous.
e er est i raditi al usic & a ce Chele Farley building is going to have to be
He wants Medicare for all, retro tted. I think it is very im-
3 Days of Concerts, Dances, which would get rid of every- Cortez’s Green New Deal. portant that we make sure that
one’s private insurance, let the Can you explain why you’re so we have clean air and clean water,
Workshops & Jams government run it, and it would opposed to that and why you but we have to do this in an eco-
double the government budget, think that’s a bad idea? nomically responsible manner.
ld ngs39thAnnual which means everyone’s taxes
would double. I am not in favor Yes, I think it’s a bad idea be- SEE FARLEY PAGE 27
Music of that, neither is anyone else cause it’s going to cost every
with Roots that I know, so I think we need family $600,000. Literally, ev-
some other ideas and we need ery home, every business/o ce
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why I’m running.
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FARLEY it done and certainly not Sean the lifeblood of the commuting the richest country in the world, that would help hard-working
Patrick Maloney. public. We really need to do a and frankly we live in the richest families. We could bring that
FROM PAGE 26 better job with it. state in that country, and the fact money back. People’s property
that we can’t give power to our taxes will go down and we all
You said your opponent What is on the top of your Again, people say there isn’t residents is appalling, and some- know our property taxes are the
doesn’t re ect the ideals of the agenda should you be elected? money, but there is money be- thing better has to be done. highest in the country. West-
district. What are those ideals? cause $50 billion goes to other chester is literally the highest
ree things: It is reducing states to fund their infrastruc- What do you think of the job county in the country.
I think they’re living within taxes, it is improving our infra- ture needs and instead it needs your party’s leader, the presi-
your means, being hard-work- structure and it’s reducing en- to come back to New York. dent, is doing? Why should voters in
ing—that is very important. But ergy costs. Northern Westchester and
one thing we’ve got to do is our You’ve told me about the job I have been very upfront about Putnam vote for Chele Farley?
taxes are too high and our energy Our readership is based in you think Sean Patrick Malo- the fact that I voted for the pres-
costs need to be reduced as well. Northern Westchester and ney is doing, but Congress as ident, I support the president, Because I will improve their
Putnam. What can you do for a whole, what do you think of and, especially, I support his infrastructure, lower their taxes,
Our energy costs in New York this area? the job they’re doing? policies when they are good for and reduce their energy costs.
are 25 to 30 percent above the New York.
national average. It’s ridiculous A great example is [that] we’ve I think that we need more Sean Patrick Maloney, as an
and we’ve got to do something got to do something to improve people who will actually get stu Unemployment is at all-time example, in his last six years, he
about it and there are things that I-84 and I-684. ey need to be done. I’m glad you brought this lows, the stock market is at all- has sponsored over 80 bills. e
can be done. But I just don’t see resurfaced. e MTA needs to up, because I am a huge fan of time highs, but when his policies bills sound fantastic. e prob-
anybody in Washington getting be expanded and improved. It is term limits. And I do think that aren’t good for New York, like lem is, only four of them got out
one of the reasons why things the tax bill, I will negotiate and of committee, and only one of
County promotes safe don’t always get nalized and re- make them better. them passed into law, and it was
sleeping for infants solved is because so many poli- a bill to rename the post o ce.
ticians want an issue to remain But it is fantastic having a New
Placing the safety of Westchester County’s children and fami- outstanding so they can cam- Yorker in the White House. But at doesn’t help a hard-work-
lies at the forefront, Westchester County Executive George Lat- paign on it again. we don’t seem to have gotten a ing family. So, we need some-
imer launched a public awareness campaign aimed at preventing lot done and [taken] advantage body who’s actually going to get
infant deaths attributed to unsafe sleeping environments. e Let’s take a look at the black- of that in the last three years. in there and get things done.
ABCs of Safe Sleep, as recommended by the American Academy outs we had this winter and last So, we need new blood to get
of Pediatrics and others, explains that the safest way for babies to winter throughout Westchester. in there, get the gateway project at’s what I have done in the
sleep is Alone, on their Backs and in a Crib. It’s ridiculous. I mean, we live in funded, and lots of other things past and that’s what I’ll do down
in Washington.
As part of the campaign, the Department of Social Services
will provide 500 bags lled with sleep sacks and paci ers, two
baby items that have been proven to reduce unsafe sleep infant
deaths. e bags also include informational yers that illustrate
the ABCs of Safe Sleep in both English and Spanish.

e New York State Department of Health reports that nearly
100 infants die each year in New York State due to unsafe sleep
practices, and Sudden Unexpected Infant Death (SUID). Local-
ly, the Westchester County Child Fatality Review Team reviewed
100 child fatalities between 2008 and 2018, and found that in 31
percent (involving 31 children) an unsafe sleep environment was
identi ed, and that gure climbs to nearly 54 percent for infants
under 1 year old.While that doesn’t necessarily mean unsafe sleep
was determined to be the cause, it nevertheless was present and
of concern, pointing to the ongoing need for public education.

Also statewide, the New York State O ce of Children and
Family Services reported that of the 221 infants under age 1 who
died in an unsafe sleep environment between 2014 and 2016, 62
percent were sleeping in an adult bed, usually with one or more
adults or other children, leading to our campaign for families to
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It’s June! How much do
you know about it?

Dear Dr. Linda, Dear Barbara, STRONG activist and lecturer despite for her folk art. 9. b, 10. d
I wanted to let you know ank you for letting me LEARNING many disabilities? (a. Helen (Interesting fact: It became a
Keller, b. Annie Oakley, c. Jane tradition to look for meteors
how much my family and I know how much you enjoy the DR. LINDA Addams, d. Grandma Moses). or shooting stars on June 30th,
enjoy the little tests you give us little tests. Here’s a quiz about SILBERT National Meteor Watch Day!
in the paper. I know this must special dates this month. Wish 9. On June 25, 1788, (a. New Watchers hope for a clear night
sound corny, but my children your children a happy birthday Yo Day, b. National Chocolate York, b. Virginia, c. Rhode so they can see a meteor or
and my parents actually do the from me. Pudding Day, c. National Flag Island, d. Delaware) was ad- shooting stars. Watchers are
tests together. Even though we Day, d. National Juggling Day). mitted as a state, becoming the looking for a streak of light
don’t know all the answers all Famous People and Special 10th to join the new union. across the sky from a heated
the time, each one of us usually Days during the month of June 5. June 14 also celebrates a and glowing meteoroid falling
gets some of them. popular nursery rhyme which 10. June 30 is (a. National through the Earth’s atmo-
1. Oscar the Grouch, the probably originated in England Sun Watch Day, b. National sphere).
I have a request. You wrote famous puppet born on June but was published in the U.S in Moon Day, c. National Star
one recently for a child who 1, loves (a. trash, b. cookies, c. 1850 as a dance song. (a. Pop Day, d. National Meteor Watch For even more family fun,
was born in April. Since both dogs, d. none of the above). Goes the Weasel, b. Jack and Day). go online and research more
my kids have June birthdays, Jill, c. Old Mother Hubbard, d. about special days and events
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4 and my oldest turning 12 United States’ rst spacewalk c (Interesting facts: National the months in which everyone’s
on the 25th, would you write on June 3, (a. 1959, b. 1970, c. 6. June 17, 1944 marks (a. Ita- Yo-Yo Day is June 6, National birthday falls.
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Panas senior
Gianna Scialdone girls lacrosse
captain Gianna
Lakeland/Panas’ girls lacrosse standout Gianna concentration of physical therapy.
Scialdone was a senior captain this past season for I decided to study physical therapy Scialdone.
a Rebels’ squad that made it to the Section 1 Class because I tore my lateral meniscus
B Final Four. Scialdone played four years of varsity during my fall eld hockey season RICK KUPERBERG/
lacrosse. of my junior year and had to attend HVSP PHOTOS
eight months of therapy. I loved the
Scialdone’s sophomore year she was named All- environment of being around other
League honorable mention, her junior and senior year athletes while I was there.
campaigns earned her All-League honors and her senior
season was also named All-Section honorable mention. Who is your favorite professional
athlete and pro (or college) sports
My favorite professional athlete
How old were you when you started playing is Lindsay Vonn and my favorite
lacrosse and what got you started? professional sports team is the Dallas
I started playing lacrosse when I was in second
grade. Lacrosse has always been a big sport within What is your favorite music to
my family and was something I wanted to be part of. listen to warming up for a game?

What was your favorite thing about being on the My favorite music to listen to
lacrosse team for Lakeland/Panas? warming up for a game is any type
of pop, upbeat remixes. ose types
My favorite thing about being on the lacrosse team of songs always gets me pumped to
for Lakeland/Panas is de nitely the relationships I play.
have developed with each of my coaches and team-
mates. ey all have helped me become the person If you could have one superpow-
and player I am today. er, what would it be and why?

What was your favorite team activity or pregame If I could have one superpower I
or postgame ritual that you share with your team- would have to pick telepathy. I would
mates? What about a personal pregame or post- pick telepathy because I have always
game ritual? found it really interesting to know
what others are thinking.
My favorite postgame ritual is that after each game
two people on my team have snack and drinks to If you could pick one place to
make/bring for the team. e snacks are always home visit on vacation that you’ve never
made and it’s the best. A personal pregame ritual is been to, where would you go and
that no matter how much time I have before leaving why?
for my game, I always take a nap.
If I could pick one place to visit
Who has been your biggest role model over the on vacation that I’ve never been to,
years and what have you learned from them? I would have to go to Bora Bora, which is a small
South Paci c island northwest of Tahiti. For awhile
Over the years my biggest role model has been my this has always been a place I wanted to go because
sister Taylor. She has taught me that no matter what I’ve never been somewhere tropical and I really
if you never give up you will succeed. She really has want to stay in the huts on the water.
not only proved herself in the game of lacrosse but
also as an all around great person. She is dedicated to What is your favorite food to eat before or after
anything she puts her mind and I want to continue a game?
in her footsteps to be just like her.
My favorite thing to eat after a game would have
Tell us one thing about yourself that not a lot of to be mac and cheese.
people know?
Best place to eat in Yorktown and why?
Something a lot of people don’t know about me is Hands down the best place to eat in Yorktown is
that I was a competitive gymnast and was a mem- Bob’s Barbecue. ere are so many food options and
ber of the Lakeland/Panas gymnastics team from there all amazing.
seventh grade up until my sophomore year of high
school. Facebook,Twitter or Instagram? Why?
Twitter because it allows you to know what
Do you plan on continuing playing lacrosse in people are thinking and it is the easiest app to keep
college?Tell us about where you are going to school up with sports scores.
and why you chose it?
For a young athlete growing up in the Lakeland
I am continuing to play lacrosse in college. I will district, what would you tell them about the expe-
be going on to play at Spring eld College. I decided rience of being part of the lacrosse team and why
to attend this school because when I visited it, it im- should they go out for the team?
mediately felt like it was home. e sta and people
were super kind and made it an easy environment to For a young athlete growing up in the Lakeland
fall in love with. district, I would tell them that the Lakeland/Panas
lacrosse team experience is unforgettable. Playing
Do you know what you want to study in college? for the team gives you the opportunity to make
If yes, what are you planning on studying and why? friends and memories that will last a lifetime.

Yes, I will be studying exercise science with a

Page 30 – Yorktown News SPORTS Thursday, June 13, 2019

Yorktown’s McDonnell named All-American

BY MIKE SABINI me to this point. It’s an unbeliev- this position,” McDonnell said.

CONTRIBUTING WRITER able feeling,” Yorktown coach Lauren

Marr, a junior All-League per- McAulay said that McDonnell is

Yorktown junior mid elder former at attack who is commit- a well-rounded, student athlete.

Kelsey McDonnell was volun- ted to play at Skidmore College, “She combines strength,

teering at the Charlie Murphy was thrilled to be the one that power and discipline on and o

Youth Lacrosse Tournament in told McDonnell. the eld,” McAulay said. “Fused

Yorktown on June 1 when her “It was kind of funny how I with her great game IQ there is

teammate Maddy Marr told her told her, I was like why wouldn’t no surprise that she was awarded

that she was named All-Ameri- you tell me?” Marr said. “She was All-American honors. She has

can. confused on what I was talking talent and versatility in all com-

“I found out by a teammate about and then I felt like I was ponents of the eld and is a true

telling me when we were to- ruining the surprise. It was pretty asset to our team.”

gether this weekend,” McDon- funny actually. Our principal McDonnell’s honor continues

nell said. “I was so overjoyed and tweeted the awards for all the the tradition of Yorktown’s play-

honored to be named this. I had spring sports, that’s how I rst ers being recognized for their ef-

no words.” saw it.” forts at the highest level.

McDonnell may have had no Marr was happy to see her “ e Yorktown girls lacrosse

words but she has plenty of goals. teammate to earn All-American program has a signi cant his-

She registered 70 goals and 10 as- honors. tory of strong female athletes,”

sists this season for the Section 1 “I consider Kelsey a friend on McAulay said. “It is an honor to

Class B nalist and for her three- and o the eld,” Marr said. “She have any of our players awarded

year varsity career has amassed is a erce competitor and works such a high achievement. It really

115 goals and 17 assists for the hard. What an amazing honor speaks to the quality of student

Huskers girls lacrosse squad. for her.” athlete we have, their dedication

She still has one more season at competitiveness and hard to the their training and the pro-

with Yorktown to add to her al- work put McDonnell in position gram as a whole.”

ready lofty career totals before to earn All-American honors. at dedication includes giv-

she goes o to college and plays “Being a part of numerous dif- ing back to the community,

lacrosse at Virginia Common- ferent teams from travel to na- which McDonnell was proud to FILE PHOTO/DEENA BELL

wealth University (VCU). tional and putting in hours of just do at the tournament. Yorktown’s Kelsey McDonnell wins the ball.

“It means the world to me to extra lacrosse on top of every- “I did it with a couple of

be named All-American,” Mc- thing has allowed me to perform friends,” McDonnell said. “We shoes once coming to the tourna- It is really special. Hopefully one

Donnell said. “Everything that at the highest level I possibly can did it to give back to the little ment and this is how we build the day the younger girls grow up

I’ve ever worked for has brought and attributed to putting me in girls because we were in their lacrosse community in this town. and do the same as us.”

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Thursday, June 13, 2019 SPORTS Yorktown News – Page 31

Lakeland’s dream baseball season ends
Hornets ght to the nish in regional semis


Lakeland’s baseball squad fought to the end but their dream season

concluded with a 5-4 loss to Maine Endwell, which won the game with

two runs in the bottom of the seventh, in the regional semi nals on

June 6.

e game was held in NYSEG Stadium in Binghamton, home of

the Binghamton Rumble Ponies, the Double-A squad of the New York


“ e e ort was the same as usual,” Lakeland coach Bill Casey said.

“ ese players ght hard to the end and I am so proud of them for that.”

Lakeland (24-3) showed that ght by overcoming a 3-1 de cit in the

seventh inning to take a 4-3 lead.

Evan Berta (2-3, 2 RBIs) drove in Joe Vetrano with a one-out triple

to cut Maine Endwell’s advantage to 3-2.

“After Joe’s one-out double I was thinking we

might need a long ball to get back into it but

mostly I wanted to keep the line moving,” Berta

said.“With this team we are never out of it as long

as we have outs to play with. He gave me a fastball

over the inner half and I put a good swing on it.”

Berta then scored on Andrew Croce’s double,

which tied the game at 3-3.

“It was exciting knowing we’d have a runner on

third with less than two outs and I was happy for

Andrew Croce and Leo to come up with the hits

needed to put us ahead at the time,” Berta said.

“We felt very con dent that we’d get it done but

it just didn’t happen but that’s baseball. is doesn’t

take anything away from how proud I am of what

this team has accomplished over the last two years.”

Leo Cummings gave Lakeland a 4-3 lead with

a RBI single.

“I had two strikes on me so I was just trying to

make some contact and I found a hole,”Cummings

said. “It felt great because I knew the boys needed Joe Vetrano

me to come through for them.” Evan Berta FILE PHOTOS/DEENA BELL
Cummings explained how his team was able to
Leo Cummings
come back.

“Our team is full of bulldogs,” Cummings said.

“We all play for one another and that’s the reason for this year’s success.

No de cit was ever too big for our team to overcome. at’s what I will

remember the most about us.”

Vetrano (3-4) tripled to start o the game and scored on a single by

Berta to put Lakeland up 1-0.

“I was just looking for a ball that I could drive to try and get on base,”

Vetrano said. “It felt good to score on Evans’ hit, it’s always good to try

and take an early lead.”

rough four innings, Vetrano, who threw a complete game, didn’t

allow a run.

“I attribute that to my catcher Zach (Lerman), who was calling all my

pitches; he does an excellent job behind the plate,”Vetrano said.

While the season didn’t end with a win, it was an historic one for a

Lakeland squad that won back- to-back sectional baseball titles for the

rst time in school history.

“It was so much fun to coach this team during this incredible year,”

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section titles is really something special that I will never forget,”Vetrano


Page 32 – Yorktown News SPORTS Thursday, June 13, 2019

Kennedy retires as varsity baseball coach

Steps down to spend more time with family

BY MIKE SABINI Sean Kennedy PHOTO: DEENA BELL seven Sorrentino Cups, from 2012 All-Section Honorable Mention
CONTRIBUTING WRITER to 2018. pitcher/ rst baseman Anthony
Yorktown Jersey again,” Kennedy with numerous Yorktown baseball Fusco, who will play at Albany
Sean Kennedy nished his 17th said. “Improving the facilities, families.” “We had struggled for years to next year.
year as head varsity coach and 25th raising over $50,000 to build compete against our crosstown
overall with the Yorktown baseball dugouts with the help of Dom On the eld, Kennedy pointed rivals and we put a big emphasis Fusco, a 3-year varsity player,
program this spring. Montesano and Steve Ferri along to his team’s success against on the Sorrentino game,”Kennedy said that Kennedy was extremely
Lakeland, which it beat in six of said. “It was nice to have been on helpful throughout his career to
It will be his last season as the other side of the rivalry.” him.
Kennedy is stepping down from
his coaching position. Having more than 80 kids go on “He taught me a lot,but what he
to play college baseball was also a taught me o the eld was just as
“It was just time,” Kennedy said. highlight for Kennedy. important,” Fusco said. “Many of
“I have put so much into all of this the things he said to me and the
and it has been so rewarding but “I have so much appreciation team will stay with me for a long
my wife and kids need that from for the game and it is an absolute time.”
me. I have four boys who play a pleasure to see our kids nd those
variety of sports and I want to same rewards,”Kennedy said. Kennedy’s time at Yorktown will
see them play their games. I love never be forgotten, according to
standing o away from everyone As for players and coaches, there Fusco.
and just enjoying watching them are plenty who stood out.
play.” “Coach Kennedy was the head
“Rob Shaw, Ricky Scherpf, of this program for a long time
Kennedy said that he is going Mike Gimblette, Dan Mason, and it will feel weird with him not
to miss pretty much everything Brian Seliber, Paul Desousa, Joe at the helm, but in his time here
about being the baseball coach at Frederick, Matt Bress, Alec Iurato, he made many improvements to
Yorktown. Ricky Corrado, Joe Veca, Chris the program,” Kennedy said. “He
Henry, Jim Sharkey, e Bichlers, means a lot to the team and we
“ ere are so many players that will never forget the leadership he
have become my friends and many e Fuscos, e Nigros, Rooneys, displayed.”
of them have gone on to coach,” e Wallaces and Rodriguezs and
Kennedy said. “I love talking to so many more,” Kennedy said. Kennedy, a social studies teacher
Mike Rubenfeld, Mike Gimblette, “I can honestly say that I have at Yorktown High School, has
Frank Fusco or Joe Frederick loved all of my players and greatly plenty of plans for the future.
among others and hearing about appreciate the relationships we
their coaching careers.” have today. e coaches I have had “I am actively involved in the
the pleasure to work with: Bob union and can spend some more
Team pride and upgrading the Sarro, Frank Siano, Joe Gaudio, time dealing with the needs of
team facilities is something that Ernie Dellavecchia, Tim Wheeler, the members of the Yorktown
makes Kennedy proud as he looks Jaime Procino, Mike Rubenfeld, Congress of Teachers,” Kennedy
back at his time as Husker coach. Mike Ausiello, Ron Nigro and Sal said. “I also plan on spending
Gallinelli.” more time with my wife and kids.
“Making the kids feel like One of his players on this Hopefully, my golf game will
it was an honor to wear the year’s squad was senior captain, improve.”

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Thursday, June 13, 2019 LEISURE Yorktown News – Page 33

CLUES ACROSS are two 60.Talk a lot 28. Relative For puzzle solutions, please see
1. Mathematical term 27. Garnished 61. Actors’ group biological
(abbr.) 30. National capital 62. Unit of measurement effectiveness
4. Seaport (abbr.) 34. Basics 63. Slick (abbr.)
7. “Unforgettable” singer 35. Initial public offering 64. No seats available 29. Used to check
10.The GOAT 36. Winged horse 65. A way to change color the heart
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13. Muses 47. Small organelles 2. Wardrobe 33. Female deer
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19. Popular conversation actor Kirk 5. Hawaiian dish 38. Persian
topic 55. Free from 6. What a hack drives jurisdiction
21. N. Atlantic island contamination 7. Horse gear 39. Freshwater
23. Fail to discern 56. Genus in the 8. Do away with mussel genus
correctly mahogany family 9. Narrow straits 40. Opposite of
24.The President has one 57. Body part between Sinai and happiness
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26. Gasteyer and Ivanovic being 42. Bitterly regrets
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necklace 47. Part of (abbr.)
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ZONING BOARD HEARING for an accessory apartment. Buckhorn St. of this Notice, or such obligations inspection during normal
Two–lot subdivision were authorized in violation of business hours at the o ce of the
NOTICE IS HEREBY RAHMAN Section 16.10, Block 4, Lot 10 the provisions of the constitution. District Clerk, 1086 East Main
GIVEN that a public hearing Property Address: 3725 Application for a de nitive Street, Shrub Oak, New York.
will be held by the Zoning Lynn Cosenza
Board of Appeals of the Town Barger St. interpretation by the Zoning Dated: June 6, 2019
of Yorktown on Thursday, June Section 16.07, Block 1, Lot 8 Board as whether the condition District Clerk
27, 2019 at 6:30 P.M. or as soon is is an application for the by the Planning Board, within Shrub Oak, New York
thereafter as is practicable in the previous decision, which
the Town Board Room, Town construction of a garage, with states that no further subdivision BOND RESOLUTION
Hall, 363 Underhill Avenue, a side yard setback of 26’ where is allowed is binding and
Yorktown Heights, New York a minimum of 40’ is required as should have any bearing on the OF THE LAKELAND AVISO
as follows: per 300-13(g) and Appendix A application before them.
of the Town Zoning Code. is CENTRAL SCHOOL
BIEBEL property is located in a R1-20 NOTICE
Property Address: 1331 zone. DISTRICT OF SHRUB La resolución, cuyo resumen se
e resolution, a summary of
Echo Hill Path 3717 CROMPOND ROAD LLC which is published herewith, has OAK, NEW YORK, publica aquí, ha sido adoptada el
Section 16.1, Block 2, Lot 1.7 Property Address: 3717 been adopted on June 6, 2019,
is is an application for a and the validity of the obligations ADOPTED JUNE 6, 2019, 6 de junio de 2019, y la validez
Crompond Rd. authorized by such resolution
renewal of a special use permit c/o Law Office of Grace & may be hereafter contested only if AUTHORIZING THE de las obligaciones autorizadas
for a renewal of an accessory such obligations were authorized
apartment. Grace for an object or purpose for which PURCHASE OF VARIOUS por dicha resolución se pueden
Section 35.08, Block 1, Lot 13 the LAKELAND CENTRAL
MENDOZA Application for an SCHOOL DISTRICT OF SCHOOL BUSES AND impugnar en adelante sólo si
Property Address: 1824 SHRUB OAK, in the Counties
Interpretation of the Yorktown of Westchester and Putnam, VEHICLES, STATING THE dichas obligaciones han sido
Hanover St. Zoning code as to whether an New York, is not authorized
Section 37.19, Block 3, Lot 32 active main use is required to to expend money or if the ESTIMATED TOTAL COST autorizadas para un objetivo
is is an application for a allow for the use of an approved provisions of law which should
parking lot (site plan) to be used have been complied with as of THEREOF IS $1,568,970, o nalidad para la cual el
renewal of a special use permit for parking of vehicles and/or in the date of publication of this
for an accessory apartment. the alternative for a variance to Notice were not substantially APPROPRIATING SAID DISTRITO ESCOLAR
allow for the accessory use of the complied with, and an action, suit
CHANG subject property for purposes of or proceeding contesting such AMOUNT THEREFOR, CENTRAL LAKELAND DE
Property Address: 1480 parking without an active main validity is commenced within
use. twenty days after the publication AND AUTHORIZING THE SHRUB OAK, en los condados
Inspiration Rd.
Section 16.17, Block 4, Lot 15 SPIRELLI 3545 LLC ISSUANCE OF $1,568,970 de Westchester y Putnam, Nueva
is is an application for a Property Address: 3545
SERIAL BONDS OF SAID York no está autorizado a gastar
renewal of a special use permit
DISTRICT TO FINANCE dinero o si las disposiciones

SAID APPROPRIATION. de la legislación que deberían

Object or purpose: the haber sido cumplidas a la

purchase of various school buses fecha de publicación de este

and vehicles for use by the Aviso no fueron cumplidas

District sustancialmente, y una acción,

Amount of obligations to be juicio o procedimiento

issued: $1,568,970 disputando dicha validez se

Period of probable usefulness: comience dentro del plazo

ve (5) years de veinte días después de la

A complete copy of the Bond publicación de este Aviso, o se

Resolution summarized above SEE LEGALS PAGE 35

shall be available for public

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LEGALS NEW YORK STATE for inspection during normal LLC FORMATION NOTICE against may be served & shall
DEPARTMENT OF business hours at the address of
FROM PAGE 33 ENVIRONMENTAL the contact person. To ensure JLJK Food and Beverage,LLC, mail process to 20 Ethelton
CONSERVATION NOTICE OF timely service at the time of
COMPLETE APPLICATION inspection, it is recommended Arts of Org. led with Sec. of Rd., White Plains, NY 10603.
that an appointment be made
hayan autorizado tales with the contact person. State of NY (SSNY) 6/5/2019. General Purpose.
obligaciones violando las
disposiciones de la constitución. STATE ENVIRONMENTAL Cty: Westchester. SSNY desig. as LLC FORMATION NOTICE
QUALITY REVIEW SEQR agent upon whom process against
Date: 06/03/2019 may be served & shall mail Notice of Formation of
Secretaria del Distrito Project is not subject to SEQR
Applicant: VITO because it is a Type II action. process to 1163-65 Pleasantville Washington and Monteith LLC.

PLANAMENTO SEQR LEAD AGENCY Rd., Briarcli Manor, NY 10510. Art. Of Org. led with SSNY on
None Designated
RESOLUCIÓN DE BONOS Facility: PLANAMENTO General Purpose. April 7th, 2019. O ce Location:
DETERMINATION as agent of the LLC upon
Cultural resource lists and
SHRUB OAK, NUEVA YORK, YORKTOWN, NY 10547 maps have been checked. e Lausanne 20A LLC, Arts whom process against it may be
proposed activity is not in an
ADOPTADA EL 6 DE JUNIO, Application ID: 3-5554- area of identi ed archaeological of Org. led with Sec. of State served. SSNY shall mail process
sensitivity and no known
2019, AUTORIZANDO 00267/00002 registered, eligible or inventoried of NY (SSNY) 5/8/2019. Cty: to: 54 James Street, Ossining
archaeological sites or historic
LA COMPRA DE LOS Permits(s) Applied for: 1 - structures were identi ed or Westchester. SSNY desig. as NY 10562. Purpose: any lawful
documented for the project
DIVERSOS VEHÍCULOS Article 24 Freshwater Wetlands location. No further review agent upon whom process purpose.
in accordance with SHPA is
Y TRANSPORTES Project is located: required.

COMMENT walk-in bathtub from
Comments on this project
ESTIMADO DE LA must be submitted in writing to
the Contact Person no later than
MISMA ES $1,568,970, PROJECT DESCRIPTION: 06/20/2019 or 15 days after the 5 Reasons American Standard
e applicant proposes to publication date of this notice,
ASIGNANDO DICHA whichever is later. Walk-In Tubs are Your Best Choice
disturb a portion of the 100-
foot Adjacent Area of NYS CONTACT PERSON 1 Backed by American Standard’s
Freshwater Wetland A-8 (Class VICTORIA A LAWRENCE 140 years of experience
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of an existing single family 21 S Putt Corners Rd 2 Ultra low entry for easy
Y AUTORIZANDO LA home and the construction of New Paltz, NY 12561 entering and exiting
a new single family home and
driveway. Activities proposed 3 Patented Quick Drain®
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excavation, ll, and grading. e Limited Time O er! Call Today!
EN BONOS SERIADOS total area of disturbance to the 4 Lifetime Warranty on the bath AND
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5,000 square feet; there is no by American Standard
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the Freshwater Wetland. e Shower, or Deluxe Shower. O er valid only while supplies last. Limit one per household. Must be rst time 5 44 Hydrotherapy jets for an
PARA FINANCIAR DICHA project is located at 3083 Oak purchaser. See for other restrictions and for licensing, warranty, invigorating massage
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Objetivo o nalidad:

compra de varios vehículos y

transportes escolares para uso del


Monto de pago a ser emitido:


Período de probable utilidad:

cinco (5) años

Una copia completa de la

resolución de bonos resumida

anteriormente estará disponible

para inspección pública durante

las horas hábiles de la Secretaría AVAILABILITY OF
a del Distrito, 1086 East Main
Filed application documents,
Street, Shrub Oak, New York. and Department draft permits
where applicable, are available
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