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Published by Halston Media, 2019-12-12 13:04:37

The Katonah-Lewisboro Times 12.12.19

VOL. 2 NO. 27 Visit for the latest news. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 2019

TownLEWISBORO justice pleads guilty Bedford passes
to tax evasion $41M spending plan

Marc Seedorf will be sentenced in March BY TOM BARTLEY
CONTRIBUTING EDITOR Bedford’s Town Board agreed last week to spend more than
$40 million in the coming year to provide services ranging
Marc Seedorf, a Lewisboro town justice for more Lewisboro from park enchancements to police protection to clearing
two decades, pleaded guilty Friday, Dec. 6, to federal Town Justice snow-covered roadways.
income tax evasion, according the United States At- Marc Seedorf
torney’s O ce for the Southern District of New York. “It’s a reasonable budget; it’s a prudent budget,” Supervisor
FILE PHOTO/BRIAN Chris Burdick said at the board’s Dec. 3 meeting, at which it
By not ling individual tax returns and by conceal- MARSCHHAUSER adopted the 2020 spending plan and a rmed a $1.09 tax hike
ing proceeds from a lawsuit settlement, Seedorf failed by a 4-1 vote, with Councilman Donald B. Scott opposing
to pay more than $160,000 of federal income tax from be shameful for anyone, and all the more so from an the action.
2009 to 2019, according to the Southern District of attorney and a member of the judiciary.”
New York. Critical of both the budget’s revenue estimates and record
e investigation into Seedorf ’s tax evasion was property-tax levy, Scott opposed taking immediate action on
E ective immediately, all cases pending before carried out by the Internal Revenue Service’s Crimi- the proposed budget, urging instead a two-week delay. But
Seedorf will be reassigned, Lucian Chalfen, direc- nal Investigation division.
tor of public information for the New York Uni ed nding no support for a postponement among other board
Court System, told e Katonah-Lewisboro Times “As a Lewisboro town justice, Mr. Seedorf knows members, he voted for “the rst time in my career” against the
on Monday. Seedorf will also not be assigned any ad- the consequences when laws are broken,” Jonathan budget’s adoption.
ditional cases. D. Larsen, special agent-in-charge, Internal Revenue
Service, Criminal Investigation, said in a press release. Under the approved plan, spending rises by about $1.8 mil-
Chalfen deferred comments about Seedorf ’s em- “To maintain faith in our nation’s tax system, honest lion. Among the larger increases, personnel costs and associ-
ployment status to Lewisboro Town Supervisor Peter taxpayers need to be reassured that everyone is paying ated health insurance premiums will account for an additional
Parsons, who could not be reached by press time. their fair share.” $700,000. Another $349,000 will bring the total money ear-
marked for paying down long-term debt to $4.7 million. A
Seedorf will be sentenced by U.S. District Judge Seedorf, rst elected in 1997, was a major crimes quarter of the budget, more than $10 million, will go to pro-
Cathy Seibel in White Plains federal court at 2:30 prosecutor in the Bronx District Attorney’s O ce tecting the public and more. ( e budget is available online at
p.m. Tuesday, March 24. He faces a maximum ve (1981-86) and has been in private practice for more
years in prison. than three decades. Adopted-Budget-12-04-19.pdf )

“As he admitted [Friday], for years Marc Seedorf For homeowners, the $1.09 hike in the tax rate pushes
outed his obligations under the law to le tax returns their property-tax bills up 3.06 percent, to $36.78 for each
and to pay taxes,” said U.S. Attorney Geo rey S. Ber- $1,000 of assessed value. e bills re ect a tax cap-compliant
man in a press release. “ is was conduct that would increase in total property-tax collections of 2.9 percent. At


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JODI WEINBERGER CB Gallery, Katonah’s cutting- Handler, collage and paintings by – 4 or by appointment. For more weekends 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the

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Local students win Connecticut’s Got Talent

search, which resulted in nding lowed them to ful ll their desire

videos of Ava’s performances that to take their original material and

led Anton and Joseph to reach share it with the world.

out to her through a mutual con- In the next few months, the

nection at Fox Lane. Ethan’s path band will continue to write and

to the band was as a result of a perform, as well as get ready to

recommendation from his drum headline their January 4th show

teacher. at the Wall Street eater in

While only together for a short Norwalk, in connection with

time, these young musicians have their Connecticut’s Got Talent

kept themselves very busy. In win. For the band, it is the per-

2019, not only have they per- formance part of their jobs that

formed at numerous festivals and is the most rewarding; no mat-

gigs,they also won the 3rd Annual ter how physically grueling and

Connecticut’s Got Talent contest. challenging it can be, they always

For the competition, which oc- feel in their element.

curred in April, they performed As these talented artists go

the songs “Paris” by Grace Potter forward with plans for more large

and “By the Sword” by Slash. concerts and subsequent albums,

In addition to their perfor- they credit the support of their

mances and big contest win, the families for being where they are

band released their rst album, today and where they will be in

completely self-produced, titled the future.

“Wild Minds” in October. Re- To listen to the entertain-

PHOTOS COURTESY OF PLATINUM MOON corded at Raw Recording in Pat- ing sounds of Platinum Moon,

terson, N.Y., the album has nine stream the band on Spotify,

BY KATE BELDERS both bass and guitar in addition noticeable when watching Plati- tracks, including “Iron Heart” Apple Music and Amazon Mu-

CONTRIBUTING WRITER to singing backup vocals. An- num Moon perform. At a recent and a softer rock tune, “ e sic. If you would like to see them

ton’s brother, Joseph Klettner, 14, rehearsal, in preparation for a Way ings Used to Be.” “Wild live, they will be performing on

With mesmerizing sounds plays the keyboard and bass and large gig, Platinum Moon works Minds” can be found on Spo- Jan. 4 at the Wall Street e-

reminiscent of Joplin, Blondie and is a freshman at John Jay High like a ne-tuned machine. e tify, Apple Music and Amazon ater in Norwalk. For tickets, go

Led Zeppelin, Platinum Moon, School. Ava Anduze, 18, is the result is a mature, original sound Music. eir music composition to

a ve-artist band with members lead singer and a 2019 gradu- that creates an incredibly enjoy- is a collaborative e ort which moon-tickets-84670731437.

from Westchester and Putman ate of Fox Lane High School in able experience. incorporates not only their indi- For more information about the

counties, evokes memories of a Bedford. She now attends Bel- Platinum Moon’s story began a vidual talents but their collective band, check out

transformative time in music. mont University in Nashville, year and a half ago, a product of strengths. For the group, the al- PlatinumMoonO cial.

Don’t be mistaken, though. Tenn., and is double majoring in chance meetings thanks in part to bum was a labor of love that al-

Platinum Moon is far more than songwriting and computer sci- YouTube and a lo-

a cover band. Rather, they are an ence. Rounding out the group, cal network of mu-

award-winning group of highly Ethan Grosman, 17, is the band’s sicians. Brothers

talented, engaging artists who drummer and backup vocalist. Anton and Joseph

possess a classic rock vibe coupled Ethan is a senior at Putnam Val- had an established

with their own unique sound that ley High School. band; however,

marries rock with jazz for a truly ese musicians are highly they were in need

inspiring experience. dedicated professionals who of some new band

e band possesses a mature, have developed a re ned sound members and they

polished sound which, given coupled with a total command of started a search.

the age of the band members, their instruments that de es their Calvin, the bass

can come as quite the surprise. age. While performing at music player, was discov-

Platinum Moon features Anton festivals, many audience mem- ered from a video

Klettner, 16, who serves as the bers have ocked to their music of his performance

lead guitarist and is a junior at only to be taken aback when they at his school’s blues

John Jay High School. Fifteen- realize that this great sound is concert. Ava was

year-old Calvin Strothenke, a coming from a group of teenagers. found after an ex-

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Bedford town briefs

BY TOM BARTLEY Town o cials are looking at whole- division.

CONTRIBUTING WRITER sale hikes ranging from 25 percent to 50 America Capital

percent in the penalties assessed for most Energy Corp., which

Taking a giant step forward on the parking violations. While the steeper is building a 10-lot

road to installing sewers in downtown nes will likely increase revenue, Super- subdivision at 131

Katonah, the Bedford Town Board last visor Chris Burdick acknowledged, he Upper Hook Road,

week awarded a construction contract for said at the Dec. 3 Town Board meeting will make three ba-

more than $18 million to a Connecticut that the principal intent is to deter park- sically even pay-

company. ing infractions. ments of $333,333

At $18,665,650, the John J. Brennan e board will hold a public hearing on to the Town Hous-

Construction Co. of Shelton was the low the proposed increases next Tuesday, Dec. ing Agency to fund

bidder on the project, which will replace 17, at town hall. the construction of

septic systems now serving the shops and A review of the nes levied in neigh- a ordable housing

restaurants of Katonah as well as Bedford boring communities, Burdick said, found elsewhere.

Hills’ commercial strip o Route 117. “we were very much on the low side.” Until earlier this

“ is is a big milestone for the town,” “Yes,” he said of the proposed hikes, year, the town code

Anthony Catalano, a senior client man- “it does raise revenue. But we really do required developers

ager with the town’s consulting engineer- intend to have this as a deterrent for ac- of subdivisions with

ing rm Woodard & Curran, told the tivities such as parking in handicapped ve lots or more to

board at its Dec. 3 meeting. spaces, crosswalks and so forth.” make at least 10 per-

“With this award to this contractor,” he If the revised schedule of nes is ad- cent of the homes

said, “we will continue to be on schedule.” opted, the town anticipates collecting a ordable units. But

at schedule calls for the town to use some $80,000 in parking nes next year, the Town Board ad-

winter as prep time, getting ready to start Comptroller Abraham Zambrano said in opted code amendments in June that al- Board at its Dec. 3 meeting, Michael
Sirignano, a lawyer representing some of
excavating by April. Work is expected to response to a question. But he could not lowed developers, with Planning Board the project’s neighbors, objected to in-
stallment payments, asserting they made
take a year and a half, with most of it done say how much of that amount would be approval, to pay a fee instead. the Housing Agency “a lender.”

at night. It will be halted altogether in Ka- attributed to the increased nes. Last week’s action established the pay- get on time, it would mean only that
the preliminary budget—the document
tonah’s commercial hub during the No- ment schedule. Addressing the Town voted on last week—would “constitute
the budget for the ensuing scal year,”
vember-December holiday shopping crush. DEVELOPER ANTES $1M TO OMIT a spokesperson for State Comptroller

Putting in motion a recently enacted In addition to waiting for the latest
a ordable-housing policy, the Town FROM PAGE 1 possible sales-tax estimates, Scott had
TEETH recommended reductions in overtime
and dipping into contingency cash to
Even now, overstaying your time at a Board has established a schedule of in- soften the property-tax blow.
Burdick warned that the latter ap-
Bedford parking meter risks a hefty ne. stallment payments for a developer fork- $25,984,733, the property-tax levy is the proach invites scal disaster, as neighbor-
ing municipalities have found. Tapping
But chances are good it could soon get a ing over $1 million rather than building 2020 budget’s major income component. budget reserves “may seem enticing,”
Burdick said. “It may seem attractive and
lot more expensive. cut-rate units in its pricey Katonah sub- But to pay for its $41 million in ap- alluring and shiny, but I don’t think it’s
the right path to take.”
propriations, the budget must also bank
e supervisor recalled what he char-
on an estimated $15 million in so-called acterized as Lewisboro’s “years and years
of living at the edge of a cli .”
non-tax revenue, money from such
“ ey fell o the cli ,” he said. “ ey
Katonah Nursery, Inc. things as fees, grants and the town’s share had to have massive layo s.”
of Westchester County’s taxes on mort-
gage recordings and retail sales. Scott said Lewisboro’s experience was
not analogous to Bedford’s circumstance.
The Best Selection of Live & Cut Christmas Trees in the Area! Mortgage tax proceeds, once an im- He maintained that many residents here
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a soft real estate market, continued loss
have fallen sharply since the housing of the federal property-tax deduction
and the higher county sales tax.
Christmas Trees bubble burst a decade ago. But sales-tax
revenue stands to get a big boost in 2020, e increased sales-tax dollars, Scott
thanks to this year’s penny-per-dollar said, is the cash residents have paid at the
pump and in shops. “It is not,” he noted,
Frasier Fir hike to 8.375 percent. “a Christmas bonus from the county.”
But sales taxes, subject to the whims Combined with the 2.9 percent property
tax hike—“50 percent more than the 2
Alberta Spruce of such things as weather, wages and percent tax cap everyone thinks we’re op-
consumer con dence, are a variable no- erating under”—he said, “I think this is
the highest property tax levy increase in
toriously tough to forecast. Bedford the last decade.”

Fresh Wreaths 18” “conservatively projected” its share of the As the board prepared to vote for
increase, Burdick said, at an additional adoption, Scott, a councilman since 2015
$400,000. e county, for its part, had and a former president of the Katonah-
Lewisboro school board, said, “I can’t
Decorated..........$28.00 put the town’s share at more than twice support this budget. It’s the rst time
that amount, about $950,000. in my career I’ve ever recommended not
approving the budget.”
Undecorated.......$22.00 Since theoretically every penny rise
in non-tax revenue could lop a cent o

the property-tax levy, Scott called for the

Poinsettias delay in adopting a nal budget. Wait-
ing for the board’s Dec. 17 meeting, he
said, might provide a better view of both

(41/2” - 10” Pot) potential sales-tax revenue as well as the
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“What’s the rush?” Scott asked as the
board prepared to vote last week, 17 days

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Prices in Effect Until Dec. 23RD meeting would bring the town within

days of the Dec. 20 deadline. Still, even

if the board failed to adopt a nal bud-


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of the South Salem Presbyterian Church knit-crochet group every Monday at Information may include severe weather Ryan, Day Schnabel, Sonia Sekula, and
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Paul’s Chapel on Rt. 123 in Vista. In the Bedford Chamber Concerts text and fax. RideConnect, a program of Family Ser-
event of a snowstorm, the event will be vices of Westchester, is an information, re-
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Tree cast includes Judy Allen, Library
Betty J. Winter, Sept. 25, 1927, born to omas and Isabelle Ir- e Lewisboro Library is lo- Chris Blossy, Elizabeth Breslin,
win in Greenwich, Conn. Betty passed peacefully on December 6 cated at 15 Main St., South Sa- Nancy Maloy, Joe Niola, Simon e Katonah Village Library
at Somers Nursing Home with her family at her bedside. Betty is lem. For more information or to Skolnik, Curtis Watkins and is located at 26 Bedford Road,
survived by two sons: William (Nancy) of Fishkill, and John Paul RSVP, visit Lew Zwick, plus South Salem’s Katonah. For more information,
of Lake Katonah, as well as John’s wife Debbie and her two grand- own Anne Testa. visit
children: John William and Amy Lynn. Apple Tree Productions pres-
ents It’s a Wonderful Life LIVE! is production is suitable for e art of cartooning: nding
Betty’s career included: phone operator, baby nurse, and long all ages. In lieu of an admission your style Dec. 16 at 4:30 p.m.
time Secretary to Principal at Increase Miller Elementary School. e stage play, which takes place charge, attendees may make a for grades 5-9. Do you need help
Of course Betty’s favorite occupation was being a grandmother to at the Library on Saturday, De- suggested donation of $5 per per-
her two favorite grandchildren. ere will be no funeral service, cember 14 at 7 p.m., is a one- son or $10 per family to support nding your cartoon style? Share
Betty will be cremated. hour adaptation by Joe Landry. It Library programming. tips and techniques with artists
is written to replicate a live radio your age.
Betty is predeceased by her husband, John G. Winter (2003), and show circa 1946, with the cast Time Change for Fiesta Sto-
sister Annette Gedney of Phoenix, AZ. Donations may be made to gathered around microphones rytime Light up the holidays, De-
Alzheimer Research organizations. cember 19 at 4:30 p.m. Enjoy
e Library’s monthly “Fiesta the season with stories and crafts
Storytime” for newborns through from the di erent holiday tradi-
age ve will now begin earlier - tions, all of which celebrate the
10:15 a.m. instead of 10:30 a.m., coming of light. For kids ages 4
beginning with the next class on – 10 and their families.

ursday, December 5. Come Magic: e Gathering Meet-
join singer, storyteller and puppe- up December 16 at 6:30 p.m.
teer Flor Bromley as she teaches MTG players meetup every
Spanish through music, move- Monday 6:30-7:45pm. Bring
ment, puppets and theater-based your deck, we’ll bring pizza.
games. Grades 4-12 only please.

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