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Published by Halston Media, 2019-09-05 13:32:09

North Salem News 09.05.19

Vol. 5 No. 23 North Salem’s only weekly newspaper mailed to every home and business.
Visit TapIntoNorthSalem.net for the latest news. Thursday, September 5, 2019

Somers resident Robert D’Angelo took this photo at
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that end-of-summer feeling. Enjoy the view!

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BACK TO SCHOOL 15
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CLASSIFIEDS 4
LEGAL NOTICES
LEISURE 22
OPINION
SPORTS 23

21 EQUUS EFFECT

8 Pegasus holds open house.
16 pgs 12-13


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Thursday, September 5, 2019 North Salem News – Page 3

Town seeks bids for JB Park work

BY HELU WANG electrical and drainage.

STAFF WRITER Over the years, the town has put a lot of

e ort into upgrading JB Park, including in-

e town is looking to create another soc- stalling a new basketball court and renovat-

cer eld at Joe Bohrdrum Park. ing the soccer eld. e town repaved the

Supervisor Warren Lucas said the com- previous basketball court, installed polyure-

munity is in need of more elds for soccer, thane ooring and added two new hoops.

which is especially popular in town. With a delivery of 19,000 cubic yards of

“Getting an additional space will not only soil from a construction site on Mills Road

allow more practice for the kids, it also al- and dedicated funds in the budget, it was

lows other elds to rest a little bit,” Lucas time to put the plan for the JB Park soccer

said. eld into action.

e school board has also discussed up- “We’ve been pushing and waiting, and we

grading its current grass elds to turf, which nally got it ready to go,” Lucas said.

would provide a year-round playing surface Bids for the project must be received by

for the district and the community. Although Sept. 26.

a grass eld is about two-thirds the cost of a e ideal contractor is expected to start

turf eld, grass elds can get too muddy to immediately. If all goes according to plan,

be used. Lucas said the contractor could plant grass

e project will require leveling the site, seed this fall so the eld could be used next

putting soil on top and planting grass seed. year. Joe Bohrdrum Park

e work also includes tree removal, irriga- “We’ll try to do this as well as possible PHOTO: SUE GUZMAN

tion and the installations of well pumps, site with as little money as possible,” Lucas said.

Ruth Keeler Memorial Library is located at of the month. e group reads books on A Creative Moment every ursday Writers workshop

276 Titicus Road. For more information on various historical topics or periods as from 6 - 8 p.m., ages 10 to adult. is workshop is from 11 a.m. to 12:30

any of these events, call 914-669-5161 or well as some biographies. e books are Facilitated by Jen Armbruster and p.m. and led by Maryanne D’Amato the

visit keelerlibrary.org. chosen by the group and are wide ranging. Debbie Rizo. Work on a creative, artistic rst Wednesday of the month. It is open

Multiple copies of the books at the project with family or friends. e project to all writers and aspiring writers who are

Author Talks with book signing and library for people to check out and read. may be your own or an easy, self-directed invited to share their work or desire to

wine. Richard Morais will discuss his On August 13, the group will discuss A project provided by one of the library’s write in a supportive atmosphere.

book e Man with No Borders on 9/15 at Spy Among Friends: Kim Philby and the Art Boxes. Plenty of supplies will be Free Museum Passes

2 p.m.; George Colt will discuss his book Great Betrayal by Ben MacIntyre. Philby available from the Art Cart. Share your North Salem is surrounded by many

e Game: Harvard, Yale and America in was a high ranking member of British work with other creative individuals in a world-class museums. You can visit some

1968 on 10/20 at 3 p.m.; Robert orson intelligence all the while spying for the fun, supportive atmosphere. School-age of these free of charge by simply going

will discuss his book Stone by Stone: e KGB. children must come with an adult. to the library and checking out passes to

Magni cent History in New England’s On September 10, the group goes back Story time and crafts the museums. Just ask for the passes at

Stone Walls on 11/10 at 3 p.m.; Vivien to the US Civil War and discuss Michael Mondays the front desk. You may call the library

Schweitzer will discuss her book A Mad Shaara’s novel about Gettysburg, Killer Stories and Songs – 10:30 a.m., for to reserve a pass for a particular week.

Love: An Introduction to Opera on 12/8 Angels. e World Broke in Two by Bill babies from birth to 2-1/2. Passes must be returned within seven

at 3 p.m. Goldstein on November 12 at 7:30 p.m.; Tuesdays days. Passes may not be returned to any

Demystifying Medicare and John Marshall: e Man Who Made the Mother Goose for Babies – 10:30 a.m., other library, nor put in the book drop.

Healthcare Coverage for Seniors Supreme Court by Richard Brookhiser on for babies from birth to 2-1/2. It is possible to renew a pass for an

is presentation from Westchester December 10 at 7:30 p.m. Wednesdays additional week, provided no one else is

Library System’s group Westchester New members encouraged! Story Time at 10:30 a.m.; family story waiting for it, by calling the library. Loss

Seniors Out Speaking (WSOS), on Bagels & Books time for kids of all ages. of a museum pass will result in you being

Saturday, October 26 from 10 a.m. Keeler Library’s Bagels & Books book ursdays charged the full replacement cost.

to 1 p.m., is perfect for anyone trying club will be meeting on the rst ursday Books and Puppets at 10:30 a.m.; ey are available for Keeler Library

to navigate their way through our of each month at 10:30 a.m. through June. family story time for kids of all ages. card holders only. Don’t have a library

complicated healthcare system for older Extra copies of the books are available at Saturdays card? Show the library proof that you

adults. Walk-ins are welcome, but pre- the library for checkout. e books that will Story Time at 10:30 a.m.; family story live, work, go to school, or own property

registration is requested at 914-231-3236. be discussed are A Place for Us by Fatima time for kids of all ages. in North Salem and we can issue you a

History and Biography book group Farheen Mirza on August 1; and e Man (Bilingual stories and songs on some library card in about three minutes.

e history and biography book group with No Borders by Richard Morais on Saturdays.)

meets at 7:30 p.m. on the second Tuesday September 19.


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The Staff A Reminder from the North Salem Tax Office

EDITORIAL TEAM e rst half 2019/2020 school tax installments are due by Monday, September 30. e tax o ce will be open extra collec-
JODI WEINBERGER tions hours on Saturday, September 28 from 9 a.m. until noon and on Monday, September 30 from 8 a.m. until 8 p.m. weather
EDITOR: 914-302-5830 permitting. e tax o ce is located at 270 Titicus Road.
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ADVERTISING TEAM end of the month. Payments received with an o ce machine postmark after September 30, 2019 will be returned for penalty.

LISA KAIN Any credit card payments must be for the full amount of the installment due. Partial credit card payments will be returned
914-351-2424 and penalty will be due on the full installment amount.
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914-202-2392 returned as possible since we are at the counter for collection. Visit the North Salem Town website at www.northsalemny.org
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Page 8 – North Salem News Opinion Thursday, September 5, 2019

Happily
Ever
After

Celebrity sighting e meaning
and history of
READING, that the neighborhood I grew up in his feature movie debut in the 1930
WRITING & had once been a celebrity enclave Hollywood lm, Puttin’ on the Ritz. Labor Day
CHOCOLATE back in the 1930’s and 1940’s. My Harry Richman had a hit record
parents had moved to Beechhurst, that year with his version of the title Dear Dr. Linda,
KIM Queens, in the mid-1950’s as song by Irving Berlin.
KOVACH newlyweds. e two-story red brick Hi. I’m a 19-year- STRONG
single family home on Riverside According to my internet old and a student at a LEARNING
Living in Northern Drive had a lovely yard with apple, research, Harry Richman married local college. I know
Westchester since 1987, cherry, crabapple, and beech trees, his second wife, Hazel Forbes, a
I’ve spotted actors and TV a white stone bench, and birdbath. show girl from the Ziegfeld Follies Labor Day was last DR. LINDA
personalities on line at the Bedford In this residential neighborhood, in 1938 and shared “a sumptuous weekend and I’m SILBERT
movie theater, at Muscoot farm, children could play outside riding home in Beechhurst.” By 1942 they
browsing in a bookstore in New bicycles, roller skating, playing divorced and wife number three embarrassed to ad-
Canaan, at the local library, and in punchball and games of freeze tag arrived in 1943. Harry Richman
the grocery store. I remember years since few cars and trucks drove sold the ornate waterfront home mit that I have no
ago when singer Pat Benatar and down the quiet streets. with dock and boathouse and
her husband, Neil Giraldo, walked spent the rest of his days living in idea what Labor Day
into the Food Emporium in New Beechhurst is in northeast California. When I was growing up,
Canaan. Clad in black leather, Neil Queens tucked in between the that corner mansion property had is or what we were
strolled up to the deli counter like it been turned into a private school
was no big deal. rogs Neck and Whitestone which my friends Alexandra and celebrating.All I ever knew about this holiday is that school
Bridges on the East River. e large Noel attended.
When I lived in Manhattan, I homes directly on the water had starts after Labor Day. So, I went online to see what Labor
used to see celebrities quite often. private beaches and docks. We had But I was even more excited to
My most memorable sighting a neighborhood beach at the end of uncover the fact that Beechhurst Day is and why we celebrate it. Now I know.
occurred when I was riding in a car our street. I grew up with a view of had been drawing celebrities since
with my friend, Noel, in midtown. the water from my bedroom picture the early 1900’s. Silent movie stars I decided to email you and ask you to do a column about
We stopped at a red light just as window. like Mary Pickford and notables
my favorite actor, Al Pacino, walked of the Broadway stage, vaudeville this holiday because I gured if I don’t know this, there are
along Fifth Avenue right in front of It was this idyllic waterfront and movie industry including
the car. Al was deep in conversation setting, only a forty minute drive Charlie Chaplin, the Marx Brothers probably a lot of people out there who don’t know it either.
with another man as they continued from Manhattan and accessible by and W.C. Fields stayed at the
walking. I started screaming inside the Long Island Railroad, that old Beechhurst Towers hotel. is I asked my grandparents and they knew. Is this a genera-
the car and begged Noel to drive time celebrities gravitated to for sprawling four-story Tudor-style
around the block when the light their weekend vacation retreats. In structure was one block away from tional thing?
turned green so that we could see fact, the ornate Mediterranean- the waterfront estates and beach
Al Pacino again. I knew better than style villa down the street from my areas. (Decades later, the Towers Lizzy
to leap out of the car and go up to home was once owned by Harry became an apartment house where
Mr. Pacino. I had read that he was Richman, a singer and piano player my old piano teacher and several Dear Lizzy,
often rude to fans. I did not want who started in vaudeville. Harry school friends lived. is Historic You’re probably right. Most of us associate Labor Day
an unpleasant encounter to ruin this Richman made his Broadway debut Landmark building converted into
celebrity-spotting experience. in 1922 and appeared in George co-op apartments in 1988.) with when school starts. But now many schools open be-
White’s Scandals in the 1920’s as fore Labor Day, so even the association with going back to
Recently my parents mentioned a performer and then as Master Kim Kovach often feels like school isn’t there anymore.
of Ceremonies. In the 1930’s, he a celebrity when passersby
appeared in the Ziegfeld Follies compliment her columns! www. What is Labor Day? According to the United States
and on radio broadcasts. He made kimkovachwrites.com Department of Labor, “the day is dedicated to the social
and economic achievements of American workers. It con-
stitutes a yearly national tribute to the contributions work-
ers have made to the strength, prosperity, and well-being of
our country.”

Labor Day is a national holiday celebrated on the rst
Monday in September. It was rst celebrated on Sept. 5,
1882. e idea for Labor Day probably began with a car-
penter. Some historians think that Peter McGuire, a mem-
ber of a carpenter’s union, rst suggested the idea.But other

SEE DR. LINDA PAGE 11

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Thursday, September 5, 2019 OPINION North Salem News – Page 9

Here’s to soap in your eye

I’m a pretty loyal consumer. Once I nd LOST IN
something that works for me, whether SUBURBIA
its ketchup or toothpaste, I usually stick
with it unless something truly horrible hap- TRACY
pens like they change the formula and go all BECKERMAN
New Coke on me. At those times, I ques-
tion my very existence and wonder if I can dermatologist recommended that cleaned,
continue to live on a planet where someone removed makeup, and moisturized all in one.
will change the essence of a beloved product I asked if it also picked up her dry cleaning,
willy-nilly without considering the mental but she said no.
health e ects this will have on their con-
sumers. Although, as mentioned, I am not a big
product experimenter, I decided that just this
Clearly, I take all this quite seriously. So, once, I would give this new soap a try.
typically, I will turn a deaf ear to a friend
who touts the amazing bene ts of some new I purchased the new soap, which actually
product they have discovered. cost about as much as actually getting an
actual face lift and took it into the shower
My feeling is, if ain’t broke, don’t lead the with me the next morning.
horse to water… or something like that.
I had worked up a good lather and could
But then one day I met a friend for lunch, feel all the miraculousness happening as
and she looked terri c. I mean really, aged- I imagined turning back the clock on my
backwards-like-Benjamin-Button terri c. wrinkles and dry skin. But then something
bad happened. Something really, really bad.
“You had work done, right?”I prompted
her. e soap got in my eye.
And that’s when I discovered that the
“Nope,”she said. secret ingredient that they put in the soap to
“A little ller? Some Botox? Snake venom make it so miraculous must be battery acid.
in your lip lines?”I asked. “OWWW!”I screamed.“Ow, Ow, Ow,
“No. No. And no way.” Holy Cow, Mother Plucker, OWW!”
“OK then, fess up. What are you doing I pelted my face with water from the
di erently?” shower head trying to rinse the soap out,
“I got new soap,”she said smirking.
“Soap?”I said incredulously.“Your face SEE BECKERMAN PAGE 11
looks so fresh in that rested, before-you-had-
kids kind of way, and it’s because of soap?”
She nodded. And then she proceeded
to tell me about this new face soap her

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What color is that dress?

Four years ago, the Internet science: How much can we really mechanical motion, which may frequencies of light and rejects MY
was lit up by the color of know about the real world? then ick on a switch; Geiger others. e photoreceptors in PERSPECTIVE
the dress controversy? Was counters convert radioactive ra- the back of our eye aren’t red,
the dress blue and black, or was Step one in understanding diation into audible sounds, and and neither is the electrical JAMES
it white and gold? Everyone was this problem is to appreciate the so on and so forth. Our senses signal sent along our optic MARTORANO
nature of transducers. A trans- are our own transducers, which nerve or our neurons. Finally,
rmly on one side or the other! ducer is anything that converts convert one kind of energy into the neural con guration that bite into an apple, chemical
is Internet sensation actu- one form of energy into another. another. produces the experience is not substances penetrate the surface
For example, a light bulb con- red either. So, does “red” actu- cells of our taste buds, which
ally highlighted a debate that verts electrical energy into light; Since autumn is fast ap- ally exist? respond in four basic molecular
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Thursday, September 5, 2019 OPINION North Salem News – Page 11

DR. LINDA mer, those who dictated fashion BECKERMAN the hemorrhoids that came after bing my eyes and look in the mir-
trends decided that it was im- childbirth. But now I discovered ror. It was as bad as I’d thought.
FROM PAGE 8 proper to wear white after the FROM PAGE 9 that nothing really compares to But even still, I decided I could
summer was over. Soon people the blazing pain of battery acid live with vampire eyes.
historians think Michael Magu- throughout the country were fol- but I was pretty sure I had already disguised as soap in my eye.
ire, a machinist and member of lowing this guideline. been blinded by the light, cut …As long as my skin looked
the Central Labor Committee in loose like a deuce, another runner OK, so it probably wasn’t younger.
New York City, started it all. Starting school after Labor in the night…or something like battery acid, but whatever it was,
Day became a trend for the same that. it hurt like the blazes and I was For more Lost in Suburbia,
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MARTORANO the brain uses visual reference
points as it examines millions of
FROM PAGE 10 observations. With that experience
comes what is called color con-
working hypothesis about the stancy. Coupled with contextual
world around us. Every idea is, in knowledge and a process called
reality, a subjective working model “top down”processing, our brains
that enables us to handle real life are able to produce our color
events or objects with some degree experiences. e reason why “the
of pragmatic e ciency. However, dress”produces di erent results in
as intelligent beings, we are able to di erent people is that the stimuli
compare our responses to dif- emanating from it are on the edge
ferent stimuli and make conclu- of our perceptual boundary.
sions about their legitimacy. at Which color we decide it pos-
process is called science. e only sesses will depend on our brain’s
reason science has been able to particular calibration, which will
progress is that its analysis of what vary from person to person. So,
is real and what is not has made clearly the dress is blue and black,
great strides over centuries. I mean, gold and white!

Even the dress question has Either way, it was really a very
been the target of scienti c nice dress, don’t you agree?
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ROCK Brewster, just over the North Salem bor- the residents at each facility, which sup- noon to 4 p.m. e exhibit features the
FROM PAGE 2
der, across from Peach Lake. ports purchases they may not be able to work of four artists: Fei Cui, Rachel Gar-

Although participation in a three-hour make otherwise. rard, Mahmoud Hamadani, and Masumi

typically to medical and dental appoint- volunteer orientation is required, experi- To purchase, or inquire more informa- Sakagami.

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Please consider giving the gift of mobility program gets underway the week of Sep- Denise Moore, Administrative As- shops will teach you the basic principles

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IBET you can!
A successful path to employment for autistic youth

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CORNER members of their communities. become contributing members centers, outdoor maintenance achieve in adulthood is mea-
of their communities. High and community service. We re- sured by their degree of com-
DIANNE is article is a call to action schools should be held account- fer to our model as IBET, or In- munity participation, including
ZAGER, PH.D. for families and educators to able for students’ outcomes. dependence-Bound Experien- career/vocation, community in-
advocate for high school pro- Adolescence is a di cult time tial Teaching. is exciting new tegration and level of autonomy.
How many people with au- grams that will adequately pre- for young people with an ASD model guides students as they IBET is designed to build com-
tism do you see or interact with pare young adults with autism and their families. At this criti- build job skills and independent petencies that will yield success-
when you run errands in town? for productive adult lives. We cal developmental stage, schools functioning, along with self- ful outcomes in these domains.
need to do a better job if we are can play a pivotal role in clos- determination competence. e
How often do you hear proud to create a bright path of oppor- ing the under-employment gap. practices we’ve developed could Dianne Zager, Ph.D., is
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daughter’s college acceptance or o er experiences that will build the most important goal – adult pioneer in autism education,
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Page 16 – North Salem News Sports Thursday, September 5, 2019

BOYS SOCCER

Junior Paul Lulaj cuts into Pleasantville’s lead, 2-1, by scoring on a free kick.

Tigers claw back but drop season opener

BY BRIAN MARSCHHAUSER ciardi scored on a put-back. North Salem Goals
SPORTS EDITOR
ough his team has 13 re- Paul Lulaj (1)
Matt Cole (1)
turning players, only three of North Salem Assists

e North Salem boys soccer them were starters last year, said Noah Elias (1)
North Salem Saves
team opened their season with a head coach Ron Hendrie.
Mark Mackenzie (20)
tough 3-2 loss to Pleasantville on “I felt like we improved a lot Pleasantville Goals

ursday, Aug. 29. through the course of today’s Luke Scopino (1)
Jacob Coleman (1)
e visiting Panthers jumped game,” Hendrie said. “It was William Riccardi (1)
Pleasantville Assists
out to an early 2-0 lead behind much more intense and high-
Calum Macphee (1)
goals from Luke Scopino and Ja- paced than our scrimmage with Pleasantville Saves

cob Coleman. Brewster. e intensity was an Connor Clancy (4)
Conor Bruner (6)
But the Tigers battled back. eye-opener for our new guys.”

Junior Paul Lulaj scored o of e Tigers got right back at it

a free kick right before halftime. on Saturday, Aug. 31, when they

Ten minutes into the second half, travelled to Briarcli .

senior captain Matt Cole, assist-

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Senior Mark Mackenzie kept North Salem in the Senior captain Matt Cole is fired up after tying the game, 2-2. PHOTOS: BRIAN MARSCHHAUSER
game by making 20 saves.


Thursday, September 5, 2019 SPORTS North Salem News – Page 17

VOLLEYBALL North Salem wins opener

e North Salem volleyball team started their season o with a victory against Pleasantville on North Salem Highlights
ursday, Aug. 29.
• Senior Ashley Jagemann: 6 aces, 16 assists
e Tigers beat the Panthers 3-1 (25-13, 25-13, 23-25, 25-14). • Senior Emily Dreyer: 2 aces, 7 kills
Next up, North Salem hosted Tuckahoe at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 4 • Freshman Chloe Fogle: 6 aces, 10 kills

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CROSS COUNTRY

For she’s a Jolley good runner

Junior Ava Jolley leads strong girls squad into fall season

BY BRIAN MARSCHHAUSER that potential. she nished in second place. features a mix of returning runners
Sports Editor “Why can’t we contend for this Class C But, her coach said, “Ava is more about (senior captain Juliette Intrieri, junior
In November, a Section 1 cross country Emma Litch eld, and sophomore Noelle
section title as a team?”Gould said.“We’ve the team than anything.” A team’s success Stratman) and freshmen (Mia Santis and
team will be crowned champion. thrown that down as a goal.” depends on the performance of its Top 5 Isabelle Schembri).
So, “Why not North Salem?” runners. ere are only six North Salem
Head coach Chris Gould said his girls Individually, Jolley has competed at the girls, but they’re all talented, Gould said. On the boys side, North Salem will look
Class C State championships in both her to replace Ben Leicht, described by Gould
squad, led by junior captain Ava Jolley, has freshman and sophomore years. Last year, In addition to Jolley, this year’s roster as “one of the best runners in the history
of the school.”
Ava Jolley
leads the It won’t be easy, Gould said. But it
pack in a should be fun.
2018 race.
Among the 12 runners are ve freshmen
FILE PHOTO/ROB and ve seniors.
DIANTONIO
“It’s really kind of cool that we have
more mature, experienced runners at the
varsity level and some younger guys who
are going to be able to learn from the
experienced guys,” Gould said.

When it comes to team goals, Gould
just wants his runners to put in the work
and improve.

“Section 1 is one of the most competitive
sections,”Gould said.“If you make it to the
state meet, you’ve really had a great season.
We’ve got some heavy-duty competition.
It’s hard to ask freshmen boys to get up
that caliber.”

e 2019 season will be Gould’s fourth
year at North Salem, but his rst as head
coach. He replaced Nick Kowgios, who
wanted more time to watch his son run for
Gettysburg College.

His strategy, which focuses on core
strength, is called “peaking.”

“When you’re training for something,
you want to peak at the right time,” Gould
said. “My program is designed to peak at
the end of the season.”

e end of the season, of course, is the
Section 1 meet, held at the notoriously
hilly Bowdoin Park, in Wappingers Falls.
With that in mind, his team spends a lot
of time training on hills.

“You can’t handle it unless you’ve done
it,” Gould said.

e rst meet of the year will be the Big
Red Invitational, held Saturday, Sept. 7, at
Somers High School.

Junior Emma Senior captain ‘Why can’t we
Litchfield Juliette Intrieri contend for this
Class C section title
FILE PHOTO/ROB FILE PHOTO/TABITHA as a team? We’ve
DIANTONIO PEARSON MARSHALL thrown that down

as a goal.’

–Head Coach Chris
Gould

North Salem Cross
Country


Thursday, September 5, 2019 SPORTS North Salem News – Page 19

Do negative halftime speeches work?

study nds.org. thoughts on the study. What question of positive or negative Both Meadows and Ron

MARSH To summarize, negative kind of halftime speeches do speeches; it’s more of a ques- Hendrie, coach of North Salem
MADNESS tion of do you, the coach, have a boys soccer, used the same lan-
speeches led to quanti ably they typically give? Have they pulse of the team? Do you have guage when talking about this

better second-half per- found any correlation between

BRIAN formances (i.e. outscoring more negative speeches result- a strong enough relationship approach. ey describe it as

MARSCHHAUSER opponents). ing in better performance? How and trust level with your players letting players “take ownership”

But, with anything, there does a coach strike that balance? when the players need to be told of their performance.

is a breaking point. Coaches “Obviously, it depends on to do more?” “One of the best ways to do

Inspirational locker room who displayed “extreme” the situation of the game,” said Relaying critical information, that is to use the methodology
speeches are a hallmark of bouts of anger, frustration Mike Meadows, head coach of Meadows has found, is more called guided discovery, whereby
sports movies. and negativity were shown to Lakeland football. e ective when it comes from asking pointed questions and
detrimentally a ect their play- the players. allowing them to come up with
“However, I always try to

Who can forget Herb Brooks ers’ performance. be as motivational as possible “Player to player communica- SEE MARSCHHAUSER
tion helps with accountability,” PAGE 20
in “Miracle” trying to rally I reached out to some coaches regardless of the score at the he said.

the U.S. hockey team before in our area to nd out their half. In my opinion, it’s not a

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MARSCHHAUSER when to use them in various situations and pretzels trying to excuse poor performanc- UPCOMING
with various players.” es of athletes we like, but as the saying GAMES
FROM PAGE 19 goes, “Stats don’t lie.”
Borrowing a quote, Hendrie said, “If Home games bolded
the answers would be a very e ective way the only tool you have is a hammer, then Cal-Berkley’s study is interesting but
to steer them to their own solutions,” you will tend to treat everything as if it’s ultimately awed. ough the second-half CROSS COUNTRY
Hendrie said. “Not only does this em- a nail.” performances they studied can’t be disput- Saturday, Sept. 7, 8:30 a.m.
power the players, but it also provides an ed, there are too many subjective variables
avenue for them to become intrinsically Hendrie’s rst state title team (1993) to objectively say negative speeches equate Big Red Invitational
motivated.” had only heard calm speeches from their to better performances, as our coaches (@ Somers)
coach that season—until halftime of the have said.
An experienced motivator, Hendrie state semi nals. ough they were win- Wednesday, Sept. 11,
has coached at North Salem for 32 years. ning 1-0, the coach thought his team was • How important is the game? Is it 4:30 p.m. vs. Dobbs Ferry,
Relaying an e ective message—for both underperforming. the third game of the season? e state
individual players and the team—in just championship? Haldane, Valhalla
10 minutes can be di cult, especially “I spoke loudly, critically and quickly as
when you consider what else needs to be I scolded that we were able to play better • Is the “negative” speech only e ective FIELD HOCKEY
accomplished at halftime, such as rest, than we were and that we deserved to be because it was preceded by 10 “positive” Saturday, Sept. 7, 9/11 a.m.
rehydration and game-planning. there,” Hendrie said. ones? Pleasantville Tournament
Consolation/Championship
But is it better to be a drill sergeant or a His team scored four unanswered goals • What exactly is a negative speech, any-
friend? It depends on the situation. in the second half, winning the game 5-0. way? Does the coach’s voice have to reach Monday, Sept. 9, 4:15 p.m.
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13. Fear 33. Insensitive to changes in 60. Passage into a mine 21. Loosely compacted
14. Hawaiian island price 61. __ and cheeses sediment
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Thursday, September 5, 2019 LEGAL NOTICES North Salem News – Page 23

LLC FORMATION NOTICE 2019 at 7:30 P.M. or as soon on Thursday, September 12, 2019 • Increase development cov- P.M. or as soon thereafter as the
thereafter as the public may be
SAVITA HEALTH LLC. heard to consider the following: at 7:30 P.M. or as soon thereaf- erage from 25% permitted to public may be heard to consider
Art. Of Org. Filed Sec. of State
of NY 6/24/2019. Off. Loc.: Application BA19-34 of 624 ter as the public may be heard to 45.39% proposed. the following:
WESTCHESTER COUNTY. Route 22 LLC, owner of the
SSNY designated as agent property located at 624 Route consider the following: • Increase F.A.R. from .2 per- Application BA19-37 of
upon whom process against 22, Croton Falls, New York, in
it may be served & shall mail an R-1/2 Zoning District and Application BA19-36 of Lau- mitted to .48 proposed. Kyle Van Splinter and Stephen
proc.: SEAN O’CONNOR, shown as Sheet 1.1, Block 1718,
21 CHADWICK ROAD Lot 2 on the Tax Assessment rie Voehl, owner of the property At such hearing all persons will Kaufmann, owners of the prop-
WHITE PLAINS, NY 10604. Map, to appeal a determina-
Purpose: any lawful activities. tion by the Building Inspector located at 67 Lake Street, North have the opportunity to be heard. erty located at 212 Hunt Lane,
that work done without building
permits in an accessory structure Salem, New York, located in A copy of the application and North Salem, New York, con-
must be removed and the build-
ing returned to its former state an R-1/2 Zoning District and related documents may be ex- sisting of approximately 2 acres
(garage), per Article XVII, Sec-
tions 250-108(A) and -109 of shown as Sheet 7.1, Block1754, amined at the Board of Appeals in an R-1 Zoning District and
the Zoning Ordinance of the
Town of North Salem. Lot 13 on the Tax Assessment Office at the North Salem Cen- to be shown as Sheet 37, Block

At such hearing all persons will Map, for Area Variances, per ter, 274 Titicus Rd. North Salem, 1166, Lot 14 on the Tax Assess-
have the opportunity to be heard.
LLC FORMATION NOTICE A copy of the applications and Article V, Section 250-15 of the New York. ment Map, for a Special Permit
related documents may be ex-
amined at the Board of Appeals Town of North Salem for con- Brian Ivanhoe, Chairman for the keeping of up to 2 horses
Office at the North Salem Cen-
NOTICE OF ter, 274 Titicus Rd. North Salem, struction of a deck and second North Salem Board of Appeals for personal use, per Article XIII,
New York.
FORMATION OF APOGEE floor addition to a non-conform- Section 250-72 of the Zoning
Brian Ivanhoe, Chairman
CONSULTING GROUP ing, single-family residence, and TOWN OF NORTH SALEM Ordinance of the Town of North
North Salem Board of Appeals installation of a generator. The BOARD OF APPEALS Salem.
LLC. Articles of Organization following variances are requested:
TOWN OF NORTH SALEM PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE At such hearing all persons will
were filed with the SSNY on BOARD OF APPEALS • Decrease the front yard set- have the opportunity to be heard.

7/23/19. Office location is PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE

Westchester County. SSNY NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV- back from 30 ft. required to 15 ft. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV- A copy of the applications and
EN that the Board of Appeals
designated as agent of LLC upon of the Town of North Salem proposed. EN that the Board of Appeals related documents may be ex-
will hold a Public Hearing at
whom process against it may be the North Salem Town Meet- • Decrease the combined side of the Town of North Salem amined at the Board of Appeals
ing Hall, 66 June Road, North
served and shall mail process to Salem, New York, on Thursday, yard setbacks from 15 ft./40 ft. will hold a Public Hearing at Office at the North Salem Cen-
September12th, 2019 at 7:30
principal business address: 1301 P.M. or as soon thereafter as the required to 3 ft./7 ft. proposed. the North Salem Town Meet- ter, 274 Titicus Rd. North Salem,
public may be heard to consider
Half Moon Bay Drive, Croton the following: • Increase building coverage ing Hall at 66 June Road, North New York.

on Hudson, NY 10520. Purpose: Application BA19-35 of from 10% permitted to 26.84% Salem, New York, on Thursday, Brian Ivanhoe, Chairman
Claudia Cividino and Jon Miller,
Any lawful purpose. owners of the property located at proposed. September 12th, 2019 at 7:30 North Salem Board of Appeals
653 Titicus Road, North Salem,
LLC FORMATION NOTICE New York, in an R-4 Zoning To advertise in North Salem News, call Brett Freeman at 845-208-8151 or email
District and shown as Sheet 22, freeman@halstonmedia.com.
Immitis LLC, Arts of Org. Block 1704, Lot 2 on the Tax As-
filed with Sec. of State of sessment Map, for an Area Vari- TAX NOTICE
NY (SSNY) 7/31/2019. Cty: ance to permit a fence to remain TOWN OF NORTH SALEM
Westchester. SSNY desig. as as constructed, per Article VI,
agent upon whom process Section 250-22 of the Zoning
against may be served & shall Ordinance of the Town of North
mail process to 110 Old Roaring Salem.
Brook Rd., Mount Kisco, NY
10549. General Purpose. At such hearing all persons
will have the opportunity to be
LLC FORMATION NOTICE heard. A copy of the applications The undersigned, RECEIVER OF TAXES FOR THE TOWN OF NORTH SALEM, gives
and related documents may be
All Tangled Up By Jenny examined at the Board of Ap- notice that she has received the warrants for the COLLECTION OF SCHOOL TAXES due
LLC, Arts of Org. filed with peals Office at the North Salem
Sec. of State of NY (SSNY) Center, 274 Titicus Rd. North September 1st, 2019 AND THAT SHE WILL SIT FOR THE COLLECTION OF TAXES AT HER
8/9/2019. Cty: Westchester. Salem, New York.
SSNY desig. as agent upon OFFICE, LOBDELL HOUSE, 270 TITICUS ROAD, NORTH SALEM, NEW YORK,
whom process against may be Brian Ivanhoe, Chairman
served & shall mail process to 11 COMMENCING SEPTEMBER 1ST, 2019 FROM 9:00 A.M. TO 4:30 P.M., EXCEPT
Ronalds Ln., New Rochelle, NY North Salem Board of Appeals
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LLC FORMATION NOTICE PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE SCHOOL TAXES MAY BE ACCEPTED IN TWO EQUAL INSTALLMENTS AND IF THE
FIRST INSTALLMENT IS RECEIVED IN SEPTEMBER 2019 AND THE SECOND
Notice of Formation of NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV- INSTALLMENT IS RECEIVED DURING THE MONTH OF JANUARY 2020 NO PENALTIES
Limited Liability Company: The EN that the Board of Appeals of WILL APPLY. OTHERWISE, THE FOLLOWING SCHEDULE OF PENALTIES IS
Articles of Organization of Brito the Town of North Salem will PRESCRIBED BY LAW.
Plumbing and Mechanical LLC hold a Public Hearing at the
were filed with the Secretary of Town Meeting Hall, 66 June SCHEDULE OF PENALTIES
State of New York on August Road, North Salem, New York,
13, 2019. The county in which SEPTEMBER None None
the main office will be located
is Westchester County, NY. The OCTOBER 2% None
SSNY is designated as agent
against whom process against NOVEMBER 5% None
it may be served. The address to
which process may be mailed is DECEMBER AND JANUARY 7% None
400 Stony Brook Court, Suite 1,
Newburgh, NY 12550. Purpose FEBRUARY AND MARCH 10% 10%
of the LLC: any lawful activity.
APRIL 12% 12%

Thereafter 1% per month until either the date that all taxes and assessments are paid, the date

TOWN OF NORTH SALEM on which the municipality takes title to the delinquent property or up until the date the property
BOARD OF APPEALS
is finally redeemed.
PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE
DATED: North Salem, N. Y., August 29, 2019

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV- Karen A. Roach
EN that the Board of Appeals of Town of North Salem – Receiver of Taxes
the Town of North Salem will

hold a Public Hearing at the

Town Meeting Hall, 66 June

Road, North Salem, New York,

on Thursday, September 12th,


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