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Published by Halston Media, 2020-03-17 19:49:14

The Somers Record_03.19.20

Vol. 9 No. 48 Visit TapIntoSomers.net for the latest news. Thursday, March 19, 2020

We are here for the community
during this uncertain time

Dear Beloved Community, late, brilliant C.S. Lewis, who wrote an should not be entirely on how we prevent we are here for you. Each week, either on
I want to avoid the pitfalls that may essay in 1948 called “On Living in an sickness and death, but how we live our Page 2 or Page 4, we provide a directory
Atomic Age.” e point of the Facebook lives, how we treat our neighbors, and of phone numbers and email addresses
come with writing a front-page letter post was to replace the phrase “atomic how we act as leaders. that you can contact at this newspaper,
about COVID-19, the disease caused by bomb”with “coronavirus,”and Lewis’ and we encourage you to do so.
coronavirus. argument remains the same. My own response has been far from
perfect. roughout this crisis, I’ve been A newspaper is no ordinary business.
I don’t want to contribute to a panic, “ is is the rst point to be made: and incredibly concerned about the state of We have the ability to make a positive,
nor do I want to downplay the serious- the rst action to be taken is to pull our- the local economy and how it will impact and in fact, life-saving impact on our
ness of this either. selves together,”Lewis wrote.“If we are our clients, and frankly, how it will impact community. An example of this was a
all going to be destroyed by [coronavirus], us. I’ve probably caused undue alarm for story we published on the front page on
I aim to speak from the heart and to be let that [virus] when it comes nd us do- my children, my wife, and my employees. March 5, about a local woman in need of
candid with you. I write this as a fellow ing sensible and human things—praying, a kidney and liver donation.
member of the community, as a local working, teaching, reading, listening to But over the last week, I’ve been incred-
business owner, and as the publisher of music, bathing the children, playing ten- ibly inspired by the leadership I’ve seen After publishing the article, three
the leading source of hyper-local news nis, chatting to our friends over a pint and by my colleagues in each department of residents in Somers contacted the woman
in this town. I also write this as a father, a game of darts—not huddled together our business. One colleague who received to say that they would donate a kidney
husband, son, employer and friend. like frightened sheep and thinking about a rare piece of good news last ursday to her, should they be a match. What
[coronavirus]…” sent an email to the entire sales team as a blessing that we could share this vital
I’m confused about this crisis. I read an inspirational note, and as an attempt to information, and what an amazing testa-
con icting articles and analyses, where is is not a perfect analogy, because boost my mood and the mood of others. ment that we had readers respond with
some compare coronavirus favorably sadly, in the case of coronavirus, our own such an amazing o er of sel essness.
to the u, and some say coronavirus is bodies may unknowingly be carrying the Meanwhile, my editorial colleagues
far worse, and that our country will be deadly weapon that could cause harm to have become leaders in communicating at is the spirit that is alive and well
completely shut down in a few weeks, just someone else. But our overriding concern, breaking news through our TAPinto. in our communities. is is the life that
like Italy. Indeed, since I began drafting especially for those of us relatively young net community websites and through C.S. Lewis was calling us to live.
this letter, we’ve come close to this. It’s and healthy, should not be focused on our our pages on Facebook. Because of their
also a bit perilous to write my thoughts in own personal safety, but how our actions leadership, we’ve become an important I know these health and economic
a weekly paper, as the situation is fast- may impact the elderly and other vulner- pipeline of information to the community. scares are frightening. We will pull
moving, and from the time this paper able people. through this stronger than before.
went to press to the time it arrived in your And the rest of our team has stepped
mailbox, things may have changed drasti- But to Lewis’point, as we are chal- up by simply being present, working hard, roughout this temporary crisis, it is
cally. But what I write about is timeless. lenged as individuals, families and com- and trying to ignore all the pessimism our pledge to you that we will be a calm,
munities, and also as a country, our focus surrounding us. unifying force for good in the community.
A Christian pastor and friend of mine
reposted a column on Facebook by the I want the community to know that -Brett Freeman

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Contact Us
The Somers Record is located at Bailey Court, 334 Route Bigger than life
202, Unit C1S, Somers, NY 10589. You can contact us at
914-302-5830 or email [email protected] The sweet smell of spring is in the air. With an innate sense of comic timing, Harrison
For our family—my wife Elyse, daughter looked him in the eye and said, drily, “You’re going
JosepLh AO . Marra Elissa, and me—the fragrance is bitter- to put me to sleep, I hope.”

sweet.

Seventeen years ago, on ‘HALF PINT’ GUARD

March 20, the portal to spring In eulogizing our son, a dear

(and his dad’s birthday), Har- BRUCE friend of the family, Doug Press,
rison was rolled in to the third THE BLOG who had coached Harrison in
open-heart surgery of his young youth basketball, brought into

life. BRUCE sharp relief the court courage of

Harrison came out of the APAR the self-proclaimed “half-pint”

ELE P •P I operating room thumbs up. e guard.

SB •R E •M next 24 hours turned our lives Doug had calculated that Har-

C •C •W ,T E upside down. e day after my rison’s size, relative to his peers

birthday was Harrison’s goodbye on the oor, was comparable to a

Evening Appointments & Home Visits day. 6-foot player opposing 10-foot players.

We were riding the roller-coaster of life: Cel- Knowing full well he never could score a point,

ebratory one moment, soul-crushing the next. nobody had more fun than he did out there, grate-

What we never will stop reveling in is the gift of a ful to just be one of the guys.

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Harrison’s can-do attitude was “size doesn’t mat- editors of the Yorktown High School newspaper.

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March 20, 2003 was quite eventful, having Harrison’s memorial service at the high school,

nothing to do with spring’s arrival—or my birth- adding, “He just loved challenges. His attitude and

day. e U.S. had just invaded Iraq. Facing an personality could light up a room. I’ve never had a

operation the next day that he knew was high-risk, friend like him, and I probably never will.”

yet inescapable, Harrison, ever stoic and wry, wrote I wouldn’t want my son to be anyone but Har-

in his diary that evening, “I only hope Saddam rison.

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LETTERS

Thank you Somers much to our surprise we received many of our friends, neighbors are No sewers in addresses would not be published
numerous phone calls from neigh- willing to help when the opportu- Somers but once again, they have been.
To the editor: bors willing to shop, get gas for nity arises.
How do I love thee? Let me our cars or do any errands we may To the editor: Residents should watch the
need. In addition some of the lo- Lucky for me I married a nurse e Town Board is back step- Town Board meetings to see
count the ways. e beginning of cal high school students who have so washing hands, proper hygiene what’s said at one meeting is
the famous “Sonnet 43” by Eliza- done chores around my property and all the precautions are and ping at every meeting; 103 resi- reversed at the next, all to the
beth Barrett Browning is the per- also called to o er their services so have been a normal function in dents were told they were not go- bene t of the Town. Errors with
fect beginning to my love for the we would not have to venture out. this household. So all in all as of ing to have to pay nancing. en, the map, plan and report, spend-
Town of Somers. this writing we are in great shape. at another meeting, we are told ing $13,000 for a PR team, the
As a member of the local Lions Phase 1 pays $591 until Phase 2 rush to pass this sewer system.
In this tumultuous time of vi- Club I also got calls if we needed Just to let you know this has not starts then we pay $1,187, dou- And it would have happened if
rus prevention the good side of our anything, again asking about our gone unnoticed. e both of us bling the cost. e Board is only it were not for the diligence of
citizens becomes readily apparent. welfare. Even friends from out of extend a most hearty thinking of the increased taxes the righteous people in our com-
state called. on our homes. Would you want munites looking out for us. e
Why you question, am I so en- THANK YOU to all who of- to buy a house with an ease- Board would have let the plan go
thralled with this town Well let Each and every day many of us fered their services, they are most ment, grinder pump in the yard, through, errors and all.
me count the ways. probably don’t think about what a appreciated. increased electricity charges and
great town we live in and how so costs for the maintenance of a I am not in favor of the sewer
I am an octogenarian and my Don Penzine sewer lateral? e Board failed system. I do not want the Town
bride is a septuagenarian and to mention the 2 percent increase to take over my property, I can-
Somers every year with the pipeline. not a ord the additional taxes, I
do not like how the residents are
People who own more than being lied to, I do not like the
one home and are paying taxes misrepresentation and I do not
get one vote and there is no ab- like the greed for money that the
sentee vote. e Town can allow Town has so openly shown.
it but is fearful that might put the
odds more in our favor. Toni Lee

e Board said our names and Lincolndal

Scout’s Honor

Michael O'Donovan edwardjones.com Iremember being a Girl Scout READING,
FinancMial Aicdhvisaorel O'Donovan Member SIPC wiMendeeemawlrebaimnerrdgeSjntoIPhtnCaaertsyu.csnochmaototelrainngd WRITING &
green uniform dress. I enjoyed CHOCOLATE
S24o7mReroFsu, tiNenY1a01n005cS8ui9aitel A20d0visor edwardjones.com reading the Girl Scout manual for KIM
fun at home. But I draw a blank KOVACH
Member SIPC regarding any Girl Scout activities.

0 MKT-1952G-A MKT-1952G-A 914-4021-492718Route 100 Suite 200
Somers, NY 10589
914-401-9218

Our troop met in a dark church

basement across a busy street from

my school. On Girl Scout days, I Boy Scout uniforms go o to their

wore my uniform to school. After weekly meetings. Ronnie rose up

the school day ended, the other the ranks and even served as a

Girl Scouts in my class all walked Field Director in the 1950’s. At 98

to the corner together. We looked years of age, Ronnie is still part of

both ways and then ran shrieking a local troop. e young girls even

across the busy road to the white join Ronnie, decked out in her

church building. I cannot tell you green uniform and jaunty beret,

a single thing that went on in for a Girl Scouts cookie sale at her

those Girl Scout meetings. retirement home.

Celebrate, Learn, Play and Connect at the Early Childhood Center at Shaaray Tefila But I do remember the last When Ronnie rst started

meeting I attended. e co-leader selling Girl Scout cookies with

We offer a stimulating and enriching, hands-on educational program that serves children in of our troop was a neighbor. Her her troop in 1932, there were
their preschool years (before kindergarten). daughter attended a di erent el- only three cookie varieties priced
ementary school. Mrs. A. said that at fteen cents per box. Ronnie

 Early Drop-off, Lunch & Afternoon Programs it was silly for my mom to drive says that she learned a lot selling

 Mommy & Me, Music and FREE Babies & Bagels Programs to pick me up each week. Mrs. A Girl Scout cookies over the years.

 Summer Camp said that she would be happy to “Girls learn a little salesmanship,
 Amazing Sensory Gym bring me home after the meeting. they learn to balance their budgets
My mom reluctantly agreed. Well, and they learn to be courteous
Registration is now open for 2, 3 and 4 year old programs. Tours available upon request. Mrs. A and her daughter never when they go door to door to

showed up for our next meeting introduce themselves.”Ronnie’s

(strep throat). I was left sitting in favorite Girl Scout cookie is

that dingy church basement with peanut butter.

the annoyed troop leader until my in Mints are my absolute

mom was called to fetch me. favorite. Did you know that selling

Recently I read about a 98-year cookies as a way to nance troop

old woman in Pennsylvania who activities began in 1917, ve years

89 Baldwin Road, Bedford Corners, NY 10549 has proudly been a Girl Scout after Juliette Gordon Low started

Call 914.307.0472 or email [email protected] since 1932. Veronica “Ronnie” the Girl Scouts in the U.S.? Leg-
shaaraytefila.org Backenstoe joined the Girl Scouts end has it that a Girl Scout troop
when she was ten years old after
watching her brothers in their SEE KOVACH PAGE 15


Thursday, March 19, 2020 SPORTS The Somers Record – Page 23

Big Dance dreams dashed for Penn State

Former John Jay player,Taylor Nussbaum, was preparing for NCAA Tournament

BY BRIAN MARSCHHAUSER “We put in so much work the whole at Penn State. e former John Jay basket- South
SPORTS EDITOR year, had a lot of great wins,” Nussbaum ball player was o ered a few Division 1 Salem’s
said. “It was the most close-knit team I’ve scholarship opportunities when he gradu- Taylor
is week was supposed to be the real- ever been a part of for sure. We were so ated from high school in 2017. But he Nussbaum
ization of a lifelong dream for Penn State’s connected on and o the court, and that’s turned down likely playing time at smaller plays on
Taylor Nussbaum, whose team was expect- what made us a great team. I think if we schools in favor of Penn State University. the Penn
ed to earn its rst trip to the NCAA Men’s could have played in the tournament, we State men’s
Basketball Tournament in nearly a decade. could have made a solid run.” “I chose Penn State because it was the basketball
biggest opportunity on the biggest stage,” team.
Instead, Nussbaum is home in South Penn State’s dream season ended in Nussbaum said. “I knew I could work my
Salem while the sports world stands still. the blink of an eye. Nussbaum and com- up into the into the rotation.” PHOTO
As COVID-19 continues to spread, and pany woke up in Indianapolis on ursday, COURTESY
large crowds are being discouraged or out- March 12, ready to tip-o against Indiana Nussbaum grew up and still lives in OF TAYLOR
right banned, most amateur and profes- in the second round of the Big Ten Tour- South Salem. He played on John Jay High NUSSBAUM
sional sports leagues have either canceled nament. But the tournament was canceled School’s varsity basketball team for two
or postponed the remainder of their sea- before the Nittany Lions could ever take years before transferring to White Plains
sons. the court. High School for his junior season and
then Cheshire Academy (Connecticut)
“It’s de nitely a bitter ending, especially At that point, Penn State did not be- for his senior season. e 6-foot-2 guard
for the seniors who worked so hard all lieve their season was over. Earlier in the scored more than 1,000 points in his var-
year,” said Nussbaum, a junior guard for week, NCAA President Mark Emmert sity career.
the Nittany Lions. announced that the men’s basketball tour-
nament would go on—without fans. Nussbaum transferred for basketball
e NCAA basketball season ended reasons, saying his heart was still in South
with no conference champions being “ ey were telling us the NCAA [Tour- Salem.
crowned, no nets being cut down, no nament] was still going to happen,” Nuss-
brackets announced on Selection Sunday, baum said. “It might get postponed for “[Cheshire] is where I reached my full
no Cinderella upsets, and no “One Shin- two weeks but it was still going to hap- potential and got my scholarship o ers,”
ing Moment.” e heartbreak is especially pen.” Nussbaum said of the prep school. “All of
painful for teams and fanbases, like Penn my best friends graduated from John Jay. I
State, that had never experienced that sort Everything changed on the short ight love South Salem. at’s my place.”
of glory before. back from Indianapolis to State College.
Nussbaum has played in nine games
Better known for its excellence in football, “When we got o the plane, everybody so far in his career, scoring his rst point
wrestling and volleyball, Penn State was en- got the noti cation” that the tournament against the University of Maryland East-
joying its best season in men’s basketball in had been canceled, Nussbaum said. “Ev- ern Shore on Nov. 5. He said he will work
decades. e Nittany Lions, ranked in the erybody was kind of shocked.” hard in practice to earn more playing time
Top 25 for much of the year, nished the his senior season.
regular season with a 21-10 win-loss record. e ending was especially devastating
Penn State last made the NCAA Tourna- for Penn State’s seniors who will never
ment in 2011 and has not won a tournament have the chance to play in an NCAA
game since 2001. e Nittany Lions had not Tournament game. Nussbaum’s teammate,
been ranked in the Top 25 since 1996,before Lamar Stevens, was just 6 points away
Nussbaum was born. from becoming Penn State’s all-time lead-
ing scorer.

Nussbaum, though, still has one year left

CORONAVIRUS the start of their spring seasons.
FROM PAGE 22

HOW PLAYERS ARE FEELING

[a ball] against a wall,” he said. Yorktown senior Kelsey McDonnell, an

Unlike professional leagues, which have All-American in lacrosse in 2019, is hop-

the opportunity to push their seasons ing for one last chance to suit up for the

back, school seasons are played within a Huskers.

nite timeline. Still, Curtis has faith that “It’s de nitely something I never

those in charge are working on “creative thought would be happening with my

solutions” to play abbreviated seasons. senior season,” said McDonnell, who has

Frank Miele, athletic director of Ma- committed play lacrosse at Virginia Com-

hopac Schools, is not giving up on the monwealth University. “With everything

spring season just yet. “Our athletes have still up in the air for this upcoming spring

worked hard to enjoy their spring season season, I’m trying to maintain a positive

and I will do whatever I can to make this a outlook and attitude about it, to not jump

reality,” Miele wrote on Twitter. to conclusions, and just take it day by day

with any updates we get. I’m keeping up

MEMORIES MISSED with conditioning and skills, with the

Yorktown boys’ lacrosse canceled a trip hope that we just get to hop back into the

to Seattle scheduled for March 26-29. regular routine as soon as possible.”

Yorktown was scheduled to play at Mer- Lakeland baseball pitcher Joe Vetrano,

cer Island on Friday, March 27, and Lake who was named the New York Gatorade

Owego, from Oregon, on Saturday, March Player of the Year last spring and has com-

28. mitted to play at Boston College next year,

“My hope is we play [the season], but I said he’s handling the uncertainty the best

am very concerned right now,” said Sean he can.

Carney, coach, Yorktown boys lacrosse. “I “Our whole team is trying to stay posi-

love my boys and want them to have the tive through all of this,” Vetrano said. “All

opportunity. But safety rst, of course.” we can do is hope this changes sometime

Many baseball teams have also canceled soon so we can get back out on the eld.”

trips Florida.

Most youth leagues have also postponed Mike Sabini contributed to this story


Page 24 – The Somers Record LEGAL NOTICES Thursday, March 19, 2020

LLC FORMATION NOTICE school year must be submitted by WHEREAS, said map, plan 335 Route 202 in said Town on 5.19-3-84 7 LAKE SHORE
the April 01, 2020 deadline. and report have been duly filed the 2nd day of April, 2020, at
Notice of Formation of Steam in the office of the Town Clerk 7:00 p.m. in that day to consider DR S
158 LLC. Art. Of Org. filed with If applications are received after of said Town and are available for said map, plan and report (dated
SSNY on 2/26/2020. Office the deadline your request may not public inspection during normal July, 2019; Last Revised March, 5.19-3-9 69 LOVELL ST
Location: Westchester County. be considered and transportation business hours, and 2020) and to hear all persons
SSNY designated as agent of may not be scheduled for your interested in the subject thereof 16.10-2-10 13 CYPRESS LN
the LLC upon whom process student. If your student is already WHEREAS, said map concerning the same and to take
against it may be served. SSNY attending a Non-public School shows the transmission mains such action thereon as is required 16.10-2-11 4 RYAN LN
shall mail process to: Stephen or Daycare, you must still submit and appurtenant facilities to or authorized by law.
Schubert, 41 Sunderland Ln, a new application. If more than be connected to existing sewer 16.10-2-12 3 RYAN LN
Katonah, NY 10536. Purpose: one student is affected, please be mains, and The adoption of the foregoing
any lawful purpose. sure to fill out a separate form for order was duly put to vote, and on 16.10-2-13 1 RYAN LN
each child. You must apply each WHEREAS, the boundaries a roll call the vote was as follows:
LLC FORMATION NOTICE year. of the proposed extension to said 16.10-2-14 9 CYPRESS LN
district to be known as “Somers Hon. Rick Morrissey voting
69 Beacon St Operating LLC, Children in grades K – 8 SD2” are as follows: Aye 16.10-2-16 7 CYPRESS LN
Arts of Org. filed with Sec. of may be transported between the
State of NY (SSNY) 1/21/2020. school the child legally attends Anthony Cirieco voting Aye 16.10-2-18 3 CYPRESS LN
Cty: Westchester. SSNY desig. and their before and/or after William Faulkner voting Aye
as agent upon whom process school daycare locations under a Richard Clinchy voting Aye 16.10-2-23 37 LAKEVIEW
against may be served & shall prescheduled set of conditions. Thomas Garrity voting Aye
mail process to 108 Village and the order was thereupon DR
Square, #169, Somers, NY 10589. Exceptions to the above will declared duly adopted.
General Purpose. only be made for those who have 16.10-2-24 2 SHENOROCK
reasonable explanations. BY ORDER OF THE
LLC FORMATION NOTICE TOWN BOARD DR
Only applications provided
20 Bridge St Newburgh LLC, by the Somers School District TOWN OF SOMERS 16.10-2-25 4 SHENOROCK
Arts of Org. filed with Sec. of Transportation Department
State of NY (SSNY) 1/31/2020. will be accepted. Forms can be Dated: Somers, NY DR
Cty: Westchester. SSNY desig. found on our District website
as agent upon whom process under TRANSPORTATION- SEE SCHEDULE A March 5, 2020 16.10-2-26 6 SHENOROCK
against may be served & shall FORMS.
mail process to 108 Village WHEREAS, the Patricia Kalba, Town Clerk DR
Square, #169, Somers, NY 10589. w w w. s o m e r s s c h o o l s . o r g
General Purpose. contact # 914-277-3180 fax improvements proposed are as set SCHEDULE A 16.10-2-29 8 SHENOROCK
number 914-277-2429 PARCEL ID LEGAL ADDRESS
LLC FORMATION NOTICE forth in the report and consist of DR
THIRD ORDER CALLING 5.15-3-83.1 5 IVY RD
Ridge Rose North Realty, PUBLIC HEARING providing 989 developed parcels 5.15-3-84 3 IVY RD 16.10-2-30 10
LLC, Arts of Org. filed with Sec. 5.15-3-86 10 JUNIPER DR
of State of NY (SSNY) 2/5/2020. At a meeting of the Town with municipal sewer service to 5.16-1-12 104 DAISY DR SHENOROCK DR
Cty: Westchester. SSNY desig. Board of the Town of Somers at 5.16-1-16 6 LAKE SHORE
as agent upon whom process the Town Hall, 335 Route 202, reduce nutrient loads into the DR N 16.10-2-32 3 SPRING CT W
against may be served & shall Somers, New York in the Town 5.19-2-1 1 WILLOW RD
mail process to 555 East Boston of Somers, Westchester County, Amawalk Reservoir from existing 5.19-2-11 6 LARCH DR 16.10-2-33 1 SPRING CT W
Post Rd., Mamaroneck, NY New York, on the 5th day of 5.19-2-13 10 LARCH DR
10593. General Purpose. March, 2020, at 7:00 p.m. wastewater treatment/septic 5.19-2-14 41 JUNIPER DR 16.10-2-34 14
5.19-2-21 5 LARCH DR
LLC FORMATION NOTICE PRESENT: systems. The proposed sewer 5.19-2-27 8 MYRTLE DR SHENOROCK DR
Hon. Rick Morrissey 5.19-2-4 39 JUNIPER DR
80 Taylor Place LLC, Arts Anthony Cirieco collection system will convey 5.19-2-70 22 LAKE SHORE 16.10-2-35 16
of Org. filed with Sec. of State William Faulkner DR N
of NY (SSNY) 12/4/2019. Richard Clinchy wastewater via Westchester 5.19-2-76 11 JUNIPER DR SHENOROCK DR
Cty: Westchester. SSNY desig. Thomas Garrity 5.19-2-8 1 FLOWER DR
as agent upon whom process ------------------------------ County’s Peekskill Sanitary 5.19-2-80 10 LAKE SHORE 16.10-2-36.5 18
against may be served & shall DR N
mail process to 360 Bradhurst -------------------------------- Sewer District to the existing 5.19-2-81 12 LAKE SHORE SHENOROCK DR
Ave., Hawthorne, NY 10532. -----X DR N
General Purpose. Peekskill Wastewater Treatment 5.19-2-85 20 LAKE SHORE 16.10-2-39 29
In the Matter of the DR N
LLC FORMATION NOTICE Establishment of the Somers Plant. The proposed collection 5.19-2-86 24 LAKE SHORE SHENOROCK DR
Special Sewer District No. 2 in DR N
GMS Materials LLC, Arts the Town of Somers, Westchester system will consist of gravity and 5.19-3-10 65 LOVELL ST 16.10-2-4 31 SHENOROCK
of Org. filed with Sec. of State County, New York, pursuant to 5.19-3-11.1 63 LOVELL ST
of NY (SSNY) 2/28/2020. Article 12A of the Town Law. low pressure components and 5.19-3-13 2 LAKESHORE DR
Cty: Westchester. SSNY desig. DR S
as agent upon whom process ------------------------------ three lift stations. Existing sewer 5.19-3-16 6 LAKE SHORE 16.10-2-40 27
against may be served & shall -------------------------------- DR S
mail process to 8 Dean Pl., ------X laterals from individual residential 5.19-3-17 8 LAKE SHORE SHENOROCK DR
Eastchester, NY 10709. General DR S
Purpose. WHEREAS, a map, plan and parcels will be connected to the 5.19-3-18 10 LAKE SHORE 16.10-2-41 25
report (dated July, 2019; Last DR S
SOMERS CSD Revised March, 2020) have new sewer collection system and 5.19-3-19 9 LAKE SHORE SHENOROCK DR
TRANSPORTATION TO been prepared at the direction DR S
NON-PUBLIC SCHOOLS/ of the Town Board in such onsite wastewater/septic systems 5.19-3-2 9 LAKE SHORE 16.10-2-42 23
DAYCARE LOCATIONS manner and in such detail as DR N
has heretofore been determined will be abandoned, and 5.19-3-20 11 LAKE SHORE SHENOROCK DR
The Somers Central School by the Town Board relating to DR S
District wants to remind Our the establishment of the Somers WHEREAS, the cost of 5.19-3-21.5 15 LAKE 16.10-2-43 21
District Residents that according Special Sewer District No. 2, and SHORE DR S
to NYS Education Law, the improvements, including 5.19-3-22 17 LAKE SHORE SHENOROCK DR
applications for transportation to WHEREAS, said map, plan DR S
Non-public Schools and Daycare and report have been prepared professional fees, will be paid for 5.19-3-4 7 LAKE SHORE 16.10-2-44 19
Locations for the 2020/2021 by an engineer, duly licensed by DR N
the State of New York, showing as set forth in the Report, and 5.19-3-7 3 LAKE SHORE SHENOROCK DR
the boundaries of the proposed DR N
extension and a general plan of WHEREAS, the maximum 5.19-3-8 71 LOVELL ST 16.10-2-45 17
the sewer system connection, and
amount proposed (2021$) to be SHENOROCK DR

expended for said improvements 16.10-2-46 15

is as follows: SHENOROCK DR

Phase 1 $10,000,000. 16.10-2-47 13

Phase 2A (Lake Shenorock) SHENOROCK DR

$30,135,000. 16.10-2-48 11

Phase 2B (Lake Lincolndale) SHENOROCK DR

$22,062,000., and $62,197,000. 16.10-2-49 9 SHENOROCK

WHEREAS, the cost to the DR

typical one family home is as set 16.10-2-5 34 HILLANDALE

forth in Exhibit A hereto, and RD

WHEREAS, the Town Board 16.10-2-50 7 SHENOROCK

opened and conducted a public DR

hearing on the establishment of 16.10-2-51 5 SHENOROCK

said district on August 15, 2019, DR

having received an earlier version 16.10-2-52 3 SHENOROCK

of the Map, Plan and Report DR

pursuant to an Order Calling 16.10-2-53 1 SHENOROCK

Public Hearing on and for said DR

date, at the conclusion of which 16.10-2-6 36 HILLANDALE

said public hearing was adjourned RD

and continued on September 16.10-2-8 17 CYPRESS LN

5, 2019, pursuant to a Second 16.10-2-9 15 CYPRESS LN

Order Calling Public Hearing 16.10-3-1 24 CYPRESS LN

and continued on September 12, 16.10-3-30 12 FOREST LN

2019, at which time the public 16.10-3-31.5 14 FOREST

hearing was duly closed. LN

NOW, on motion of 16.10-3-33 18 FOREST LN

Supervisor Morrissey, seconded 16.10-3-48 22 CYPRESS LN

by Councilman Garrity, it is 16.10-3-52 8 CYPRESS LN

hereby 16.10-3-55.1 11 FOREST

ORDERED, that the Town LN

Board of the Town of Somers 16.10-3-56 9 FOREST LN

shall meet and hold a third public SEE LEGALS PAGE 25

hearing at the Somers Town Hall,


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LEGALS 16.05-3-25 6 ORCHARD DR 16.06-1-7 3 N ROSS DR 16.06-3-4 40 CYPRESS LN
DR 16.05-3-77 40 PARKWAY
FROM PAGE 24 16.06-1-8 5 N ROSS DR 16.06-3-40 31 ROGERS LN
16.05-3-26 8 ORCHARD DR
16.10-3-57 7 FOREST LN DR 16.05-3-78 38 PARKWAY 16.06-1-9 7 N ROSS DR 16.06-3-41 33 ROGERS LN
16.10-3-58 5 FOREST LN
16.10-3-59 3 FOREST LN 16.05-3-27 10 ORCHARD DR 16.06-2-1 48 CREST DR 16.06-3-42 56 OVERHILL
16.10-3-60.5 4 FOREST LN DR 16.05-3-79 36 PARKWAY
16.10-3-62 57 LAKEVIEW 16.06-2-10 39 ROSS DR RD
DR 16.05-3-28 12 ORCHARD DR
16.10-3-63 55 LAKEVIEW DR 16.05-3-80 34 PARKWAY 16.06-2-11 41 ROSS DR 16.06-3-43 34 ROGERS LN
DR
16.10-3-64 53 LAKEVIEW 16.05-3-29 14 ORCHARD DR 16.06-2-12 43 ROSS DR 16.06-3-44 32 ROGERS LN
DR DR 16.05-3-81 32 PARKWAY
16.10-3-65 51 LAKEVIEW 16.06-2-13 47 ROSS DR 16.06-3-45 30 ROGERS LN
DR 16.05-3-3 238 RTE 118 DR
16.10-3-67.1 2 CYPRESS 16.05-3-30 16 ORCHARD 16.05-3-82 37 CREST DR 16.06-2-15 44 ROSS DR 16.06-3-47 26 ROGERS LN
LN DR 16.05-3-83 39 CREST DR
16.10-3-70 10 CYPRESS LN 16.05-3-31 18 ORCHARD 16.05-3-84 41 CREST DR 16.06-2-16 42 ROSS DR 16.06-3-48 24 ROGERS LN
16.10-3-71 12 CYPRESS LN DR 16.05-3-85 43 CREST DR
16.10-3-72 14 CYPRESS LN 16.05-3-32 20 ORCHARD 16.05-3-86.1 45 CREST DR 16.06-2-17 38 ROSS DR 16.06-3-49 22 ROGERS LN
16.10-3-73 16 CYPRESS LN DR 16.05-3-87.1 47 CREST DR
16.10-3-74 18 CYPRESS LN 16.05-3-33 22 ORCHARD 16.06-1-1 10 CREST DR N 16.06-2-18.5 36 ROSS DR 16.06-3-5 38 CYPRESS LN
16.10-3-75 20 CYPRESS LN DR 16.06-1-11 12 N ROSS DR
16.10-5-1 59 LAKEVIEW 16.05-3-34 21 ORCHARD 16.06-1-12 10 N ROSS DR 16.06-2-20 32 ROSS DR 16.06-3-50 20 ROGERS LN
DR DR 16.06-1-13 8 N ROSS DR
16.10-5-2.1 18 SUNSET DR 16.05-3-35 19 ORCHARD 16.06-1-14 6 N ROSS DR 16.06-2-21 29 16.06-3-51 18 ROGERS LN
16.10-5-24.2 13 SUNSET DR 16.06-1-15 4 N ROSS DR
DR 16.05-3-36 18 VALLEY DR 16.06-1-16 2 N ROSS DR HILLANDALE RD 16.06-3-52 16 ROGERS LN
16.10-5-25 20 CARPENTER W 16.06-1-17 1 N
PL 16.05-3-37 17 ORCHARD 16.06-2-22 10 16.06-3-53 14 ROGERS LN
16.10-5-3.1 16 SUNSET DR DR SHENOROCK DR
16.10-5-4 14 SUNSET DR 16.05-3-38 16 VALLEY DR 16.06-1-18 3 N SPRINGDALE RD 16.06-3-54 12 ROGERS LN
16.10-5-5 12 SUNSET DR W
16.05-2-1 7 OVERHILL RD 16.05-3-39 15 ORCHARD SHENOROCK DR 16.06-2-23 8 SPRINGDALE 16.06-3-55 51
16.05-2-10 27 OVERHILL DR 16.06-1-19 5 N
RD 16.05-3-40 14 VALLEY DR RD HILLANDALE RD
16.05-2-13 9 N PARKWAY W SHENOROCK DR
DR 16.05-3-41 13 ORCHARD 16.06-1-2 8 CREST DR N 16.06-2-24 4 SPRINGDALE 16.06-3-56 33 OLD MILL
16.05-2-14 7 N PARKWAY DR 16.06-1-20 7 N
DR 16.05-3-42 12 VALLEY DR RD RD
16.05-2-15 5 N PARKWAY W SHENOROCK DR
DR 16.05-3-43 11 ORCHARD 16.06-1-21 9 N 16.06-2-25 2 SPRINGDALE 16.06-3-57 35 OLD MILL
16.05-2-17 1 N PARKWAY DR
DR 16.05-3-44 10 VALLEY DR SHENOROCK DR RD RD
16.05-2-18 31 OVERHILL W 16.06-1-22 11 N
RD 16.05-3-45 9 ORCHARD 16.06-2-26 43 16.06-3-58 37 OLD MILL
16.05-2-19 4 N PARKWAY DR SHENOROCK DR
DR 16.05-3-46 7 ORCHARD 16.06-1-23 12 N SHENOROCK DR RD
16.05-2-2 9 OVERHILL RD DR
16.05-2-20 6 N PARKWAY 16.05-3-47 6 VALLEY DR SHENOROCK DR 16.06-2-27 3 SPRINGDALE 16.06-3-59 39 OLD MILL
DR W 16.06-1-24 10 N
16.05-2-21 8 N PARKWAY 16.05-3-48 5 ORCHARD RD RD
DR DR SHENOROCK DR
16.05-2-22 10 N PARKWAY 16.05-3-49 3 ORCHARD 16.06-1-25 8 N 16.06-2-29 7 SPRINGDALE 16.06-3-6 36 CYPRESS LN
DR DR
16.05-2-24 7 CREST DR N 16.05-3-50 4 VALLEY DR SHENOROCK DR RD 16.06-3-60 41 OLD MILL
16.05-2-25 5 CREST DR N W 16.06-1-26 6 N
16.05-2-26 3 CREST DR N 16.05-3-51 1 ORCHARD 16.06-2-30 9 SPRINGDALE RD
16.05-2-27 1 CREST DR N DR SHENOROCK DR
16.05-2-3 13 OVERHILL 16.05-3-52 2 VALLEY DR 16.06-1-29 45 OVERHILL RD 16.06-3-61 43 OLD MILL
RD W
16.05-2-4 15 OVERHILL 16.05-3-55 10 VALLEY DR RD 16.06-2-31 33 RD
RD E 16.06-1-3 6 CREST DR N
16.05-2-5 1 ORCHARD CT 16.05-3-57 12 VALLEY DR 16.06-1-30.5 39 CYPRESS SHENOROCK DR 16.06-3-63 47 OLD MILL
16.05-2-6 3 ORCHARD CT E
16.05-2-7 5 ORCHARD CT 16.05-3-60 16 VALLEY DR LN 16.06-2-32 35 RD
16.05-2-8 6 ORCHARD CT E 16.06-1-32 41 CYPRESS LN
16.05-2-9 2 ORCHARD CT 16.05-3-63 20 VALLEY DR 16.06-1-33 43 CYPRESS LN SHENOROCK DR 16.06-3-64 49 OLD MILL
16.05-3-1 1 OVERHILL RD E 16.06-1-34 56 CYPRESS LN
16.05-3-17 10 OVERHILL 16.05-3-65.1 21 VALLEY 16.06-1-35.5 52 CYPRESS 16.06-2-34 39 RD
RD DR W
16.05-3-19 12 OVERHILL 16.05-3-68 35 PARKWAY LN SHENOROCK DR 16.06-3-65 58 OLD MILL
RD DR 16.06-1-37 50 CYPRESS LN
16.05-3-2 6 OVERHILL RD 16.05-3-69 37 PARKWAY 16.06-1-39 48 CYPRESS LN 16.06-2-35 41 RD
16.05-3-20 14 OVERHILL DR 16.06-1-4 4 CREST DR N
RD 16.05-3-70 39 PARKWAY 16.06-1-40 55 FOREST LN SHENOROCK DR 16.06-3-66.1 56 OLD MILL
16.05-3-23 2 ORCHARD DR 16.06-1-41 57 FOREST LN
DR 16.05-3-72 5 VALLEY DR E 16.06-1-42 59 FOREST LN 16.06-2-4 46 CREST DR RD
16.05-3-24 4 ORCHARD 16.05-3-73 3 VALLEY DR E 16.06-1-43 61 FOREST LN
DR 16.05-3-74 32 OVERHILL 16.06-1-44 66 FOREST LN 16.06-2-41 36 16.06-3-67 54 OLD MILL
RD 16.06-1-45 64 FOREST LN
16.05-3-75 44 PARKWAY 16.06-1-46 62 FOREST LN SHENOROCK DR RD
DR 16.06-1-48 51 OVERHILL
16.05-3-76 42 PARKWAY 16.06-2-44 19 CYPRESS LN 16.06-3-68 52 OLD MILL
RD
16.06-1-49 37 ROGERS LN 16.06-2-45 21 CYPRESS LN RD
16.06-1-5 2 CREST DR N
16.06-1-50 39 ROGERS LN 16.06-2-46 23 CYPRESS LN 16.06-3-69 50 OLD MILL
16.06-1-51 41 ROGERS LN
16.06-1-52 43 ROGERS LN 16.06-2-47 25 CYPRESS LN RD
16.06-1-54 40 ROGERS LN
16.06-1-56 36 ROGERS LN 16.06-2-49 29 CYPRESS LN 16.06-3-70.1 48 OLD MILL
16.06-1-57 57 OVERHILL
16.06-2-5 44 CREST DR RD
RD
16.06-1-61.1 59 OVERHILL 16.06-2-6 42 CREST DR 16.06-3-71 46 OLD MILL

RD 16.06-2-7 40 CREST DR RD
16.06-1-62 61 OVERHILL
16.06-2-8.1 38 CREST DR 16.06-3-72 44 OLD MILL
RD
16.06-2-9 37 ROSS DR RD

16.06-3-1 53 FOREST LN 16.06-3-73 42 OLD MILL

16.06-3-10 26 CYPRESS LN RD

16.06-3-11 31 FOREST LN 16.06-3-74 40 OLD MILL

16.06-3-13 35 FOREST LN RD

16.06-3-14 37 FOREST LN 16.06-3-75 38 OLD MILL

16.06-3-16 41 FOREST LN RD

16.06-3-17 45 FOREST LN 16.06-3-76 36 OLD MILL

16.06-3-18 47 FOREST LN RD

16.06-3-19 49 FOREST LN 16.06-3-77 34 OLD MILL

16.06-3-2 44 CYPRESS LN RD

16.06-3-20 51 FOREST LN 16.06-3-78 32 OLD MILL

16.06-3-21 58 FOREST LN RD

16.06-3-22 56 FOREST LN 16.06-3-79 49 TIGHE RD

16.06-3-23 54 FOREST LN 16.06-3-8 32 CYPRESS LN

16.06-3-24 52 FOREST LN 16.06-3-80 51 TIGHE RD

16.06-3-25 50 FOREST LN 16.06-3-81 53 TIGHE RD

16.06-3-26 48 FOREST LN 16.06-3-82 55 TIGHE RD

16.06-3-27 46 FOREST LN 16.06-3-83 59 TIGHE RD

16.06-3-28 44 FOREST LN 16.06-3-86 65 TIGHE RD

16.06-3-3 42 CYPRESS LN 16.06-3-87 67 TIGHE RD

16.06-3-31 13 ROGERS LN 16.06-3-89 71 TIGHE RD

16.06-3-32 15 ROGERS LN 16.06-3-9 28 CYPRESS LN

16.06-3-33 17 ROGERS LN 16.06-4-14 70 TIGHE RD

16.06-3-34 19 ROGERS LN 16.06-4-16 68 TIGHE RD

16.06-3-35 21 ROGERS LN 16.06-4-17 66 TIGHE RD

16.06-3-36 23 ROGERS LN 16.06-4-19 62 TIGHE RD

16.06-3-37 25 ROGERS LN SEE LEGALS PAGE 26

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LEGALS 16.10-1-29 14 CREST DR 16.10-3-3 11 ROGERS LN PL DELLWORTH DR
16.10-1-3.1 36 CREST DR 16.10-3-37 7 EASTVIEW
FROM PAGE 25 16.10-1-30 16 CREST DR PL 16.10-5-31 2 CARPENTER 16.14-2-23 15
16.10-1-31 18 CREST DR 16.10-3-38 6 ROGERS LN
16.06-4-20 60 TIGHE RD 16.10-1-32 20 CREST DR 16.10-3-39 8 ROGERS LN PL DELLWORTH DR
16.06-4-21 58 TIGHE RD 16.10-1-35 30 CREST DR 16.10-3-4 10 ROGERS LN
16.06-4-22 56 TIGHE RD 16.10-1-36 32 CREST DR 16.10-3-40 9 ROGERS LN 16.10-5-32 15 CARPENTER 16.14-2-24 13
16.06-4-7 74 TIGHE RD 16.10-1-37 34 CREST DR 16.10-3-41 5 ROGERS LN
16.06-4-9 72 TIGHE RD 16.10-1-38 33 CREST DR 16.10-3-42 26 FOREST LN PL DELLWORTH DR
16.09-3-1.1 4 WALKER DR 16.10-1-39 31 CREST DR 16.10-3-43 28 FOREST LN
S 16.10-1-4 35 ROSS DR 16.10-3-44 30 FOREST LN 16.10-5-33 19 CARPENTER 16.14-2-25 11
16.09-3-1.2 2 WALKER DR 16.10-1-40 29 CREST DR 16.10-3-45 32 FOREST LN
S 16.10-1-41 25 CREST DR 16.10-3-46 34 FOREST LN PL DELLWORTH DR
16.09-3-11 6 WALKER DR 16.10-1-42 23 CREST DR 16.10-3-47 36 FOREST LN
16.09-3-15.1 11 LAKEVIEW 16.10-1-43 21 CREST DR 16.10-3-49 25 FOREST LN 16.10-5-34 21 CARPENTER 16.14-2-26 9 DELLWORTH
DR 16.10-1-45.1 17 CREST DR 16.10-3-5 29 OLD MILL RD
16.09-3-16 13 LAKEVIEW 16.10-1-46 15 CREST DR 16.10-3-50 23 FOREST LN PL DR
DR 16.10-1-47 13 CREST DR 16.10-3-51 19 FOREST LN
16.09-3-17.1 1 WALKER 16.10-1-48 11 CREST DR 16.10-3-6 27 OLD MILL RD 16.10-5-35 23 CARPENTER 16.14-2-27 7 DELLWORTH
DR S 16.10-1-49 9 CREST DR 16.10-3-7 25 OLD MILL RD
16.09-3-17.2 3 WALKER 16.10-1-50.1 7 CREST DR 16.10-3-8 6 EASTVIEW PL PL DR
DR S 16.10-1-53 3 CREST DR 16.10-3-9 5 EASTVIEW PL
16.09-3-19 18 LAKEVIEW 16.10-1-55 23 LAKEVIEW 16.10-4-1 30 OLD MILL RD 16.10-5-36 61 LAKEVIEW 16.14-2-28 5 DELLWORTH
DR DR 16.10-4-10 12 OLD MILL
16.09-3-2 1 WALKER DR 16.10-1-56 5 CREST DR RD DR DR
16.09-3-22 32 VALLEY DR 16.10-1-58 8 PARKWAY DR 16.10-4-11 10 OLD MILL
E 16.10-1-59 12 PARKWAY RD 16.10-5-37 63 LAKEVIEW 16.14-2-29 3 DELLWORTH
16.09-3-24 31 PARKWAY DR 16.10-4-12 8 OLD MILL RD
DR 16.10-1-6 31 ROSS DR 16.10-4-13 6 OLD MILL RD DR DR
16.09-3-25.1 27 PARKWAY 16.10-1-60 14 PARKWAY 16.10-4-14 4 OLD MILL RD
DR DR 16.10-4-15 23 TIGHE RD 16.10-5-38 65 LAKEVIEW 16.14-2-30 1 DELLWORTH
16.09-3-27 25 PARKWAY 16.10-1-61 16 PARKWAY 16.10-4-16 25 TIGHE RD
DR DR 16.10-4-17 27 TIGHE RD DR DR
16.09-3-28 23 PARKWAY 16.10-1-62 18 PARKWAY 16.10-4-2 28 OLD MILL RD
DR DR 16.10-4-20 33 TIGHE RD 16.10-5-39 28 16.14-2-31 2 GREENE RD
16.09-3-29 21 PARKWAY 16.10-1-64 20 PARKWAY 16.10-4-21 35 TIGHE RD
DR DR 16.10-4-22 37 TIGHE RD DELLWORTH DR 16.14-2-33 6 GREENE RD
16.09-3-3 3 WALKER DR 16.10-1-65 22 PARKWAY 16.10-4-23 39 TIGHE RD
16.09-3-31.1 17 PARKWAY DR 16.10-4-24 2 EASTVIEW 16.10-5-41 9 TIGHE RD 16.14-2-34 8 GREENE RD
DR 16.10-1-66 24 PARKWAY PL
16.09-3-32.5 15 PARKWAY DR 16.10-4-25 45 TIGHE RD 16.10-5-6 10 SUNSET DR 16.14-2-35 30 MILLER AVE
DR 16.10-1-67 26 PARKWAY 16.10-4-26 47 TIGHE RD
16.09-3-35 11 PARKWAY DR 16.10-4-27 50 TIGHE RD 16.10-5-7 19 TIGHE RD 16.14-2-37 14 GREENE RD
DR 16.10-1-68 28 PARKWAY 16.10-4-28 48 TIGHE RD
16.09-3-37.5 9 PARKWAY DR 16.10-4-29 46 TIGHE RD 16.10-5-8 24 TIGHE RD 16.14-2-39 18 GREENE RD
DR 16.10-1-7 29 ROSS DR 16.10-4-3 26 OLD MILL RD
16.09-3-4 5 WALKER DR 16.10-1-8.1 27 ROSS DR 16.10-4-30 44 TIGHE RD 16.10-5-9 22 TIGHE RD 16.14-2-4 7 CARPENTER
16.09-3-40.5 5 PARKWAY 16.10-1-9.1 25 ROSS DR 16.10-4-31 42 TIGHE RD
DR 16.10-2-1 30 ROSS DR 16.10-4-32 40 TIGHE RD 16.10-6-1 2 OSBORNE CT PL
16.09-3-42.1 17 LAKEVIEW 16.10-2-55 2 ROSS DR 16.10-4-35 34 TIGHE RD
DR 16.10-2-56 6 ROSS DR 16.10-4-36 32 TIGHE RD 16.10-6-4 28 LAKEVIEW 16.14-2-40 20 GREENE RD
16.09-3-43 3 PARKWAY DR 16.10-2-57 8 ROSS DR 16.10-4-37 30 TIGHE RD
16.09-3-45 21 LAKEVIEW 16.10-2-58 10 ROSS DR 16.10-4-38.5 28 TIGHE RD DR 16.14-2-41 22 GREENE RD
DR 16.10-2-59 12 ROSS DR 16.10-4-4 4 EASTVIEW PL
16.09-3-46 20 LAKEVIEW 16.10-2-61 14 ROSS DR 16.10-4-6 20 OLD MILL RD 16.10-6-5 30 LAKEVIEW 16.14-2-42 24 GREENE RD
DR 16.10-2-62 16 ROSS DR 16.10-4-7 18 OLD MILL RD
16.09-3-47 22 LAKEVIEW 16.10-2-65 22 ROSS DR 16.10-4-8 16 OLD MILL RD DR 16.14-2-43 73 LAKEVIEW
DR 16.10-2-66 24 ROSS DR 16.10-4-9 14 OLD MILL RD
16.09-3-5 7 WALKER DR 16.10-2-67 26 ROSS DR 16.10-5-10 20 TIGHE RD 16.14-1-10 24 TOMPKINS DR
16.09-3-6 9 WALKER DR 16.10-2-68 28 ROSS DR 16.10-5-11 18 TIGHE RD
16.09-3-7 11 WALKER DR 16.10-3-10 19 OLD MILL 16.10-5-12 6 SUNSET DR RD 16.14-2-45 17 GREENE RD
16.09-3-8.1 12 WALKER DR RD 16.10-5-13 3 BEDELL PL
16.09-3-8.2 10 WALKER DR 16.10-3-11 4 HEATHER LN 16.10-5-14 5 BEDELL PL 16.14-1-11 2 BROOKSIDE 16.14-2-46 13 GREENE RD
16.10-1-1 30 PARKWAY DR 16.10-3-12 3 HEATHER LN 16.10-5-15 7 BEDELL PL
16.10-1-10 23 ROSS DR 16.10-3-13 17 OLD MILL 16.10-5-16 6 BEDELL PL DR 16.14-2-47 11 GREENE RD
16.10-1-11 24 CREST DR RD 16.10-5-18 2 SUNSET DR
16.10-1-12 19 ROSS DR 16.10-3-14 2 BOLLING RD 16.10-5-19 1 SUNSET DR 16.14-1-12 19 TOMPKINS 16.14-2-48 9 GREENE RD
16.10-1-13 17 ROSS DR 16.10-3-15 4 BOLLING RD 16.10-5-21 5 SUNSET DR
16.10-1-14 15 ROSS DR 16.10-3-16 6 BOLLING RD 16.10-5-22 7 SUNSET DR RD 16.14-2-49 7 GREENE RD
16.10-1-15 13 ROSS DR 16.10-3-17 8 BOLLING RD 16.10-5-23 16 TIGHE RD
16.10-1-16 11 ROSS DR 16.10-3-18 3 BOLLING RD 16.10-5-24.1 13 TIGHE RD 16.14-1-13 7 BROOKSIDE 16.14-2-5 5 CARPENTER
16.10-1-17 9 ROSS DR 16.10-3-2 29 FOREST LN 16.10-5-26 18 CARPENTER
16.10-1-18 7 ROSS DR 16.10-3-20 2 AERY RD PL DR PL
16.10-1-19 5 ROSS DR 16.10-3-21 4 AERY RD 16.10-5-27 14 CARPENTER
16.10-1-2 35 CREST DR 16.10-3-22 5 AERY RD PL 16.14-1-41 9 BROOKSIDE 16.14-2-50 20 SHADOW
16.10-1-20 3 ROSS DR 16.10-3-23 3 AERY RD 16.10-5-28 10 CARPENTER
16.10-1-23 2 CREST DR 16.10-3-24 9 OLD MILL RD PL DR LN
16.10-1-24 4 CREST DR 16.10-3-25 7 OLD MILL RD 16.10-5-29 8 CARPENTER
16.10-1-25 6 CREST DR 16.10-3-26 3 OLD MILL RD PL 16.14-1-42 11 BROOKSIDE 16.14-2-52.1 18 SHADOW
16.10-1-26 8 CREST DR 16.10-3-27 5 OLD MILL RD 16.10-5-30 4 CARPENTER
16.10-1-28 12 CREST DR DR LN

16.14-1-43.5 17 16.14-2-54 7 SHADOW LN

BROOKSIDE DR 16.14-2-55 13 SHADOW

16.14-1-45 19 BROOKSIDE LN

DR 16.14-2-56 26 MILLER AVE

16.14-1-47 21 BROOKSIDE 16.14-2-57 25 MILLER AVE

DR 16.14-2-58 8 GRIFFIN PL

16.14-1-5 14 BROOKSIDE 16.14-2-59 10 GRIFFIN PL

DR 16.14-2-6 35 MILLER AVE

16.14-1-6 12 BROOKSIDE 16.14-2-60 12 GRIFFIN PL

DR 16.14-2-61.1 14 GRIFFIN

16.14-1-7 10 BROOKSIDE PL

DR 16.14-2-62 75 LAKEVIEW

16.14-1-8 8 BROOKSIDE DR

DR 16.14-2-63 30 BRIDGE LN

16.14-1-9 6 BROOKSIDE 16.14-2-65 11 GRIFFIN PL

DR 16.14-2-66 9 GRIFFIN PL

16.14-2-1 13 CARPENTER 16.14-2-68 23 MILLER AVE

PL 16.14-2-69 24 MILLER AVE

16.14-2-10 4 DELLWORTH 16.14-2-7 38 MILLER AVE

DR 16.14-2-70 6 HORTON RD

16.14-2-12 8 DELLWORTH 16.14-2-71 8 HORTON RD

DR 16.14-2-72 10 HORTON

16.14-2-13 10 RD

DELLWORTH DR 16.14-2-74 28 BRIDGE LN

16.14-2-14 12 16.14-2-75.1 17 HORTON

DELLWORTH DR RD

16.14-2-16 16 16.14-2-77 11 HORTON

DELLWORTH DR RD

16.14-2-17 20 16.14-2-78 9 HORTON RD

DELLWORTH DR 16.14-2-79 7 HORTON RD

16.14-2-18 10 TIGHE RD 16.14-2-8 36 MILLER AVE

16.14-2-19 25 16.14-2-80 20 MILLER AVE

DELLWORTH DR 16.14-2-81 4 TOMPKINS

16.14-2-2 11 CARPENTER RD

PL 16.14-2-82 6 TOMPKINS

16.14-2-20 21 RD

DELLWORTH DR 16.14-2-83 8 TOMPKINS

16.14-2-21 7 TIGHE RD RD
SEE LEGALS PAGE 27
16.14-2-22 17


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LEGALS 5.14-1-26 3 RAMBLER RD 5.15-2-12 22 NARCISSUS 5.15-3-17 9 LOCUST DR 5.19-1-34 12 WILLOW RD
5.19-1-35.1 16 NYMPH DR
FROM PAGE 26 5.14-1-27 5 RAMBLER RD DR 5.15-3-18.5 5 LOCUST DR 5.19-1-36 18 NYMPH DR
5.19-1-37 20 NYMPH DR
16.14-2-84 17 MILLER AVE 5.14-1-28 7 RAMBLER RD 5.15-2-13 20 5.15-3-2 4 NARCISSUS DR 5.19-1-39 24 NYMPH DR
16.14-2-85 14 TOMPKINS 5.19-1-4 2 WILLOW RD
RD 5.14-1-29 6 RAMBLER RD GREENWOOD DR 5.15-3-20.1 14 NARCISSUS 5.19-1-45 16 WILLOW RD
16.14-2-87 26 BRIDGE LN 5.19-1-46 14 ORANGE DR
16.14-2-9 2 DELLWORTH 5.14-1-31 10 ACACIA DR 5.15-2-14 18 DR 5.19-1-47 16 ORANGE DR
DR 5.19-1-48 18 ORANGE DR
16.14-3-1 24 BRIDGE LN 5.14-1-32 8 ACACIA DR GREENWOOD DR 5.15-3-21 17 5.19-1-49 25 NYMPH DR
16.14-3-10 6 WRIGHT RD 5.19-1-5 4 WILLOW RD
16.14-3-11 8 WRIGHT RD 5.14-1-34 3 PEACH RD 5.15-2-15 16 GREENWOOD DR 5.19-1-51 27 TULIP RD
16.14-3-12 10 WRIGHT RD 5.19-1-52 17 ORANGE DR
16.14-3-14 14 WRIGHT RD 5.14-1-35 5 PEACH RD GREENWOOD DR 5.15-3-23 8 LOCUST DR 5.19-1-53 33 TULIP RD
16.14-3-15 16 WRIGHT RD 5.19-1-57 6 TAMARACK
16.14-3-16 18 WRIGHT RD 5.14-1-36 7 PEACH RD 5.15-2-16 3 MAGNOLIA 5.15-3-24 6 LOCUST DR RD
16.14-3-17 22 BRIDGE LN 5.19-1-58 4 TAMARACK
16.14-3-18 29 BRIDGE LN 5.14-1-38 8 RAMBLER RD DR 5.15-3-27 4 IRIS RD RD
16.14-3-19 27 BRIDGE LN 5.19-1-6 18 LARCH DR
16.14-3-2 13 TOMPKINS 5.14-1-8 9 SYCAMORE RD 5.15-2-17 5 MAGNOLIA 5.15-3-28 3 HEMLOCK DR 5.19-1-60 2 VINE RD
RD 5.19-1-61 5 TAMARACK
16.14-3-20 25 BRIDGE LN 5.14-1-9 7 SYCAMORE RD DR 5.15-3-29 5 HEMLOCK DR RD
16.14-3-21 20 BRIDGE LN 5.19-1-62 7 TAMARACK
16.14-3-22 13 WRIGHT RD 5.15-1-10 2 BOXWOOD 5.15-2-18 7 MAGNOLIA 5.15-3-3 2 NARCISSUS DR RD
16.14-3-23 11 WRIGHT RD 5.19-1-63 8 VINE RD
16.14-3-24 9 WRIGHT RD DR DR 5.15-3-30 7 HEMLOCK DR 5.19-1-68 3 VINE RD
16.14-3-25 11 MILLER AVE 5.19-1-69 5 VINE RD
16.14-3-26 12 MILLER AVE 5.15-1-11 4 BOXWOOD 5.15-2-19 9 MAGNOLIA 5.15-3-31 9 HEMLOCK DR 5.19-1-7 20 LARCH DR
16.14-3-27 3 WRIGHT RD 5.19-1-70 7 VINE RD
16.14-3-28 1 WRIGHT RD DR DR 5.15-3-34 12 HEMLOCK 5.19-1-71 9 VINE RD
16.14-3-30 4 BRIDGE LN 5.19-1-73.1 7 ORANGE DR
16.14-3-31 6 BRIDGE LN 5.15-1-12 6 BOXWOOD 5.15-2-2 4 FERN RD DR 5.19-1-8 22 LARCH DR
16.14-3-32 10 MILLER AVE 5.19-1-9 24 LARCH DR
16.14-3-33 9 MILLER AVE DR 5.15-2-20 11 MAGNOLIA 5.15-3-35 10 HEMLOCK 5.19-2-15 12 LARCH DR
16.14-3-34 12 BRIDGE LN 5.19-2-2 45 JUNIPER DR
16.14-3-35 14 BRIDGE LN 5.15-1-15 10 BOXWOOD DR DR 5.19-2-26 6 MYRTLE DR
16.14-3-36 16 BRIDGE LN 5.19-2-28 10 MYRTLE DR
16.14-3-37 18 BRIDGE LN DR 5.15-2-23 7 FERN RD 5.15-3-38.1 4 HEMLOCK 5.19-2-29 9 WILLOW RD
16.14-3-38 23 BRIDGE LN 5.19-2-3 43 JUNIPER DR
16.14-3-39 21 BRIDGE LN 5.15-1-16 12 BOXWOOD 5.15-2-24 6 MAGNOLIA DR 5.19-2-31 7 MYRTLE DR
16.14-3-4 9 TOMPKINS RD 5.19-2-32 5 MYRTLE DR
16.14-3-41 17 BRIDGE LN DR DR 5.15-3-39 2 HEMLOCK DR 5.19-2-33 3 MYRTLE DR
16.14-3-42 15 BRIDGE LN 5.19-2-36 6 NYMPH DR
16.14-3-43 13 BRIDGE LN 5.15-1-17.5 11 BOXWOOD 5.15-2-3 2 FERN RD 5.15-3-41 5 GERANIUM 5.19-2-37 8 NYMPH DR
16.14-3-44 7 MILLER AVE 5.19-2-38.1 10 NYMPH DR
16.14-3-45 8 MILLER AVE DR 5.15-2-32.1 21 LOCUST DR DR 5.19-2-40 15 WILLOW RD
16.14-3-46 7 BRIDGE LN 5.19-2-41 9 NYMPH DR
16.14-3-47 5 BRIDGE LN 5.15-1-19 7 BOXWOOD 5.15-2-34 3 FERN RD 5.15-3-42 7 GERANIUM 5.19-2-43 5 NYMPH DR
16.14-3-48 3 BRIDGE LN 5.19-2-44 3 NYMPH DR
16.14-3-5 7 TOMPKINS RD DR 5.15-2-4 34 NARCISSUS DR 5.19-2-45 1 NYMPH DR
16.14-3-50 2 LAKESIDE LN 5.19-2-46 2 ORANGE DR
16.14-3-51 4 LAKESIDE LN 5.15-1-22 11 OLIVE DR DR 5.15-3-46 11 5.19-2-47 4 ORANGE DR
16.14-3-52 6 LAKESIDE LN 5.19-2-48 6 ORANGE DR
16.14-3-53 8 LAKESIDE LN 5.15-1-23 2 5.15-2-41 20 LOCUST DR GREENWOOD DR 5.19-2-50 5 ORANGE DR
16.14-3-54 10 LAKESIDE 5.19-2-54 14 HICKORY RD
LN COTTONWOOD DR 5.15-2-42 18 LOCUST DR 5.15-3-47 12 GERANIUM 5.19-2-55 12 HICKORY RD
16.14-3-56 14 LAKESIDE 5.19-2-56 6 HICKORY RD
LN 5.15-1-24 6 5.15-2-43 16 LOCUST DR DR 5.19-2-57 4 HICKORY RD
16.14-3-57 16 LAKESIDE 5.19-2-58 2 HICKORY RD
LN COTTONWOOD DR 5.15-2-47 13 HEMLOCK 5.15-3-48 8 GERANIUM 5.19-2-59 1 ORANGE DR
16.14-3-58 11 LAKESIDE 5.19-2-60 5 HICKORY RD
LN 5.15-1-25 10 DR DR 5.19-2-61 7 HICKORY RD
16.14-3-59 9 LAKESIDE LN 5.19-2-65 4 PINE CT
16.14-3-6 5 TOMPKINS RD COTTONWOOD DR 5.15-2-49 19 HEMLOCK 5.15-3-55 7 FLOWER DR 5.19-2-68 46 LAKE SHORE
16.14-3-60 3 MILLER AVE DR N
16.14-3-61 4 MILLER AVE 5.15-1-28 9 DR 5.15-3-59 13 FLOWER DR 5.19-3-23 2 ASPEN RD
16.14-3-62 3 LAKESIDE LN 5.19-3-27 19 LAKE SHORE
16.14-3-63 1 LAKESIDE LN COTTONWOOD DR 5.15-2-5 32 NARCISSUS 5.15-3-6.5 3 IRIS RD DR S
16.14-3-7 1 TOMPKINS RD 5.19-3-28 5 ASPEN RD
16.14-3-8 2 WRIGHT RD 5.15-1-30 7 DR 5.15-3-60 15 FLOWER DR 5.19-3-29 3 ASPEN RD
16.14-3-9 4 WRIGHT RD 5.19-3-30 1 ASPEN RD
5.14-1-10 5 SYCAMORE COTTONWOOD DR 5.15-2-53 26 HEMLOCK 5.15-3-61 17 FLOWER DR 5.19-3-31.5 4 BIRCH RD
RD 5.19-3-33 6 BIRCH RD
5.14-1-16.5 20 BOXWOOD 5.15-1-32.1 5 OLIVE DR DR 5.15-3-62 16 FLOWER DR 5.19-3-34 10 CEDAR RD
DR 5.19-3-35 13 BIRCH RD
5.14-1-18 18 BOXWOOD 5.15-1-34 4 EVERGREEN 5.15-2-54.1 24 HEMLOCK 5.15-3-63 5 GREENWOOD 5.19-3-36 11 BIRCH RD
DR 5.19-3-37 9 BIRCH RD
5.14-1-22 19 ACACIA DR DR DR DR
5.14-1-23 23 ACACIA DR SEE LEGALS PAGE 28
5.14-1-24.5 16 ACACIA DR 5.15-1-35 6 EVERGREEN 5.15-2-60 10 5.15-3-64 3 GREENWOOD

DR GREENWOOD DR DR

5.15-1-36 8 EVERGREEN 5.15-2-64 21 GERANIUM 5.15-3-65 1 GREENWOOD

DR DR DR

5.15-1-39 15 TULIP RD 5.15-2-66 4 ELM RD 5.15-3-66.5 2 HOLLY RD

5.15-1-4 7 ACACIA DR 5.15-2-67 2 ELM RD 5.15-3-68.5 4 HOLLY RD

5.15-1-40.1 5 EVERGREEN 5.15-2-68 5 ELDER RD 5.15-3-70 6 HOLLY RD

DR 5.15-2-69 8 FOREST RD 5.15-3-71 12 FLOWER DR

5.15-1-41 3 EVERGREEN 5.15-2-70 7 FOREST RD 5.15-3-72 5 HOLLY RD

DR 5.15-2-73 3 FOREST RD 5.15-3-73 3 HOLLY RD

5.15-1-43 34 JUNIPER DR 5.15-2-74 1 FOREST RD 5.15-3-74 2 IVY RD

5.15-1-50 28 JUNIPER DR 5.15-2-76 2 GREENWOOD 5.15-3-76 6 IVY RD

5.15-1-53 32 JUNIPER DR DR 5.15-3-77 8 IVY RD

5.15-1-54 4 OLIVE DR 5.15-2-77 4 GREENWOOD 5.15-3-80 8 FLOWER DR

5.15-1-55 6 OLIVE DR DR 5.15-3-85 1 IVY RD

5.15-1-59 11 IRIS RD 5.15-2-78 6 GREENWOOD 5.15-3-89 16 JUNIPER DR

5.15-1-60 10 OLIVE DR DR 5.16-1-10 4 JUNIPER DR

5.15-1-61.5 8 OLIVE DR 5.15-2-79 8 GREENWOOD 5.16-1-11 6 JUNIPER DR

5.15-1-63 5 NARCISSUS DR 5.16-1-13 3 JUNIPER DR

DR 5.15-2-8 28 NARCISSUS 5.16-1-14 4 LAKE SHORE

5.15-1-64 3 NARCISSUS DR DR N

DR 5.15-2-80 3 ELM RD 5.18-2-14 32 TULIP RD

5.15-1-65.5 16 OLIVE DR 5.15-2-81 4 ELDER RD 5.18-2-15 34 TULIP RD

5.15-1-70 20 OLIVE DR 5.15-2-82 2 ELDER RD 5.18-2-3 14 TULIP RD

5.15-1-72 23 NARCISSUS 5.15-2-83 121 DAISY DR 5.18-2-4 16 TULIP RD

DR 5.15-2-86 123 DAISY DR 5.18-2-7 18 TULIP RD

5.15-1-74 19 NARCISSUS 5.15-2-87 126 DAISY DR 5.18-2-9 22 TULIP RD

DR 5.15-2-88 124 DAISY DR 5.19-1-1 61 JUNIPER DR

5.15-1-76 24 OLIVE DR 5.15-2-89 122 DAISY DR 5.19-1-10 26 LARCH DR

5.15-1-82 29 NARCISSUS 5.15-2-9 26 NARCISSUS 5.19-1-12 29 LARCH DR

DR DR 5.19-1-13.1 27 LARCH DR

5.15-1-83 27 NARCISSUS 5.15-2-90 120 DAISY DR 5.19-1-14 25 LARCH DR

DR 5.15-2-92 116 DAISY DR 5.19-1-15.1 23 LARCH DR

5.15-1-84 4 ACACIA DR 5.15-2-93 114 DAISY DR 5.19-1-2 59 JUNIPER DR

5.15-1-85 4 PEACH RD 5.15-2-94 112 DAISY DR 5.19-1-20 8 WILLOW RD

5.15-1-86 8 PEACH RD 5.15-2-97 108 DAISY DR 5.19-1-27 23 MYRTLE DR

5.15-1-89 12 PEACH RD 5.15-3-1 8 NARCISSUS DR 5.19-1-28 21 MYRTLE DR

5.15-1-90 19 OLIVE DR 5.15-3-14 1 LOCUST DR 5.19-1-29 19 MYRTLE DR

5.15-1-91 2 ACACIA DR 5.15-3-16 16 NARCISSUS 5.19-1-3 57 JUNIPER DR

5.15-2-1 6 FERN RD DR 5.19-1-30 17 MYRTLE DR


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LEGALS for Phase 1 only as of February an annual County O&M tax of Initially, only properties in Phase costs are applied to the District
2020 is $32,919,674 resulting in $221 per year based on the total 1 would pay the County Buy- properties. Based on public
FROM PAGE 27 an average County Buy-In for FEV of $32,919,674. In and O&M cost. en, once feedback, this fee will be applied
connected parcels in Phase 1 of construction begins on a future to applicable District parcels on a
5.19-3-38 7 BIRCH RD $180 per year. is project has support of phase to connect additional
5.19-3-42 2 CEDAR RD several local Westchester County properties, the County Buy-In at fee, all connected properties
5.19-3-43 4 CEDAR RD e Annual O&M tax is based legislators, who have agreed and O&M cost would be charged will pay the same rate for County
5.19-3-44 6 CEDAR RD on the FEV of each parcel. Per to support language in the for those additional properties costs.
5.19-3-46 8 CEDAR RD Westchester County Department extension of the Peekskill Sewer as well. e County Board of
5.19-3-47 14 DOGWOOD of Environmental Facilities, District that does not apply the Legislators will consider the COST SUMMARY
RD the 2020 tax rate is $0.6924 per County’s Buy-In or O&M fees resolution upon the formation of e cost estimate for the
5.19-3-48.5 5 CEDAR RD $1,000 of full equalized value to parcels until such time as the local Somers Sewer District
5.19-3-50.5 10 DOGWOOD (FEV). e O&M tax will be construction begins on a phase No. 2. project is summarized in Table 8.
RD assessed annually for the life of of build-out that would result in Funding for Phase 2A and Phase
5.19-3-51 3 ALDER RD the project. e average County the sewer being extended to serve In addition, while the County 2B has not yet been nalized,
5.19-3-52 8 DOGWOOD O&M cost for the entire District those parcels. In this way, parcels establishes the costs for Buy- but was assumed at $19.2 M and
RD is $230 based on the total FEV that do not have the possibility In and O&M based on the full $16.8 M, respectively, to limit
5.19-3-54 47 LAKE SHORE of $329,177,543. During Phase to connect are not paying fees equalization value, the District local nancing costs. Annualized
DR S 1, connected parcels only will pay to the Peekskill Sewer District. is able to determine how those capital costs are based on a 1.8%
5.19-3-57 3 PINE CT interest rate over a 30-year period.
5.19-3-64 15 DOGWOOD
RD
5.19-3-65 11 DOGWOOD
RD
5.19-3-67.1 7 DOGWOOD
RD
5.19-3-68 5 DOGWOOD
RD
5.19-3-69 3 DOGWOOD
RD
5.19-3-72 2 DOGWOOD
RD
5.19-3-73 4 DOGWOOD
RD
5.19-3-74 6 DOGWOOD
RD
5.19-3-76.5 6 ALDER RD
5.19-3-78 8 ALDER RD
5.19-3-79 10 ALDER RD
5.19-3-80.5 12 ALDER RD
5.19-3-82.5 18 ALDER RD

“EXHIBIT A”
PEEKSKILL SSD SURCHARGE
AND TAX RATE

Two fees will be assessed by
the Peekskill SSD for utilizing
their collections system and
wastewater treatment facilities:
(1) the cost to Buy-In to the
County District; and (2) the
Annual O&M tax.

e Buy-In cost, or surcharge,
is based on the full equalized
value (FEV) of each parcel.
Per Westchester County
Department of Environmental
Facilities, the buy-in cost is $5.63
per $1,000 of FEV, divided over
10 equal annual installments. e
average County Buy-In cost for
the entire District is $187 based
on a total FEV for the entire
District of $329,177,543 as of
February 2020. e total FEV

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