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North Salem News 01.02.20

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Vol. 5 No. 40 Visit TapIntoNorthSalem.net for the latest news. Thursday, January 2, 2020

Hope and teamwork

Animal lovers across state lines assembled to
rescue paralyzed puppy

BY KATHERINE BORCHERT founder of Trina and Friends K9 Rescue in Bed-
STAFF WRITER ford.

anks to an incredible collaborative e ort “She [Calderon] said there’s this German
by a number of kindhearted individuals, Loki, shepherd that needs help and I just kinda said
a 14-month-old shepherd mix, is able to walk ‘OK,’ took the chance and it went from there,”
through the doors of his veterinarian’s o ce for Rosito said. “ at’s the rescue; that’s how we are.
the rst time. We don’t take the easy dogs, we give dogs with
less of a chance a chance.”
Loki’s story is about survival, hope, determina-
tion and teamwork. Loki was then placed with his foster mom and
dad, Kate McGunnigle and Tim Ouimette from
It all started when he was a puppy and found in Carmel.
a ditch on an Ohio highway by a good Samaritan
named Tabby, who was on her lunch break. “I got the text in April from Lisa with Trina K9
rescue asking if I can take in a paralyzed puppy. I
She took him home where she and her mother, was in my kitchen and I immediately texted back
Debbie, cared for Loki, that is, until he suddenly ‘Yes.’ I didn’t even think about it, I didn’t even ask
fell on Jan. 25 and was rendered unable to walk. my husband,” McGunnigle said.

When they took him to multiple veterinarians It wasn’t until 10 days later that he was able
in Ohio, the prognosis was grim—Loki had a ge- to see Dr. Jason Berg of Guardian Veterinary
netic malformation and a missing vertebrae in his Specialists in Brewster, the veterinarian who per-
neck and was likely to never walk again. formed Loki’s miraculous spinal surgery.

It was recommended that Loki be put to sleep, “When he came to me, he couldn’t walk at all;
but that wasn’t an option for Tabby and Debbie, he was in this little ‘C’ shape and it was really be-
so they hopped on Facebook, which is where Lo- cause he had this horrible genetic malformation
ki’s journey of recovery began. where he’s missing one vertebrae. But it wasn’t
just that. You could be missing a vertebrae if ev-
rough Facebook, they were connected to erything else is ne,” Dr. Berg said. “He was so
Andrea Ramos-Calderon, a hydrotherapist of twisted because the nervous system told him that
Waggin in Water in Carmel, who heard through was natural.”
Facebook that the puppy was in need of help and
she immediately sprung into action. He said that Loki’s bones had grown so abnor-
mal that it had attened his spinal cord and this
“ e woman who contacted me on Facebook
drove him to me from Ohio,” Calderon said. SEE LOKI PAGE 6

From there, Calderon contacted Karina Rosito,

PHOTO: TABITHA PEARSON MARSHALL

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County stresses importance of Census count

BY CAROL REIF U.S. citizens— and could have municipalities sometimes rely on those who use post o ce boxes, of Hispanic, Spanish or Latino
STAFF WRITER distorted the nal count to the to balance their budgets. have rural route addresses, or have heritage and what his or her re-
detriment of all. been displaced by natural disas- lationship is to “Person 1,” the
Getting your numbers right re- New York has lost congres- ters—will get a form delivered to owner or renter of the home.
ally counts—especially when they Because the data can only be sional seats in the past, so it’s them.
determine how billions in federal used to produce statistics, it can- important that its population is Drummond has raised con-
dollars are parceled out to vital not be shared with immigration tallied correctly, Drummond told e less than 1 percent who cerns over whether seniors and
services such as public safety and or law enforcement agencies. the Somers Town Board in No- live in very remote areas such as disabled residents would have the
health care. vember. northern Maine and Alaska will tech savvy—or equipment—to
It’s also about fair representa- have to be tracked down and sur- respond electronically. Sixteen
at’s the message Norma tion. Census numbers a ect the More importantly, she said, veyed. percent of Westchester’s residents
Drummond hopes folks have balance of power in states and the citing a George Washington In- are over 65 and 10 percent of res-
internalized by the time the allocation of seats in the House stitute of Policy report, Census If residents haven’t responded idents have some sort of disabil-
2020 Census gets underway this of Representatives. State o cials data is used to determine the dis- by mid-April, they can expect to ity. On top of that, 8.3 percent are
month. use Census data to redraw the tribution of $880 billion in fed- be visited by a Census taker. living in poverty and might not
boundaries of congressional and eral funds each year. have access to a computer.
Mandated by the U.S. Consti- state legislative districts. e bureau is now allowed to
tution, the head count has been “Every person that is not canvass building managers and Collectively, these special
conducted every 10 years since Calling them a “distraction,” counted is a loss of approximately neighbors. needs groups represent about
1790. the U.S. Supreme Court didn’t $2,500 a year to local municipali- 250,000 people, or 25 percent of
buy the Trump administration’s ties and the county,” Drummond “If they’ve been knocking on the population.
Westchester’s commissioner of reasons for including the citizen- said. “ at means that just 400 that door, and nobody answers,
planning has been busily drop- ship question and subsequently people not getting counted is a they are allowed to ask neighbors e county intends to reach
ping in on as many of its 45 blocked it. Citizenship in general, million-dollars-a year loss.” how many people are living in out to senior centers and nu-
towns, villages and cities as pos- however, continues to be a politi- that unit,” Drummond said. trition programs, not only to
sible in a quest to drive home the cal lightning rod. For the rst time, the majority educate seniors about respond-
importance of an accurate popu- of Americans won’t be getting a As a last resort, the Census will ing online but what to expect if
lation poll and so people “know According to Drummond, the Census form in the mail. Instead, use tax forms, food stamps, Med- someone comes to their door.
what to expect.” county uses Census data to “make 95 percent will receive “invita- icaid rolls and data from Hous-
informed decisions every day.” tions” to respond to it online. ing and Urban Development, “ ere are so many scams out
Drummond recently visited Veterans Administration, Health there that a ect our seniors. We
Somers, North Salem and Lew- It, municipalities, school dis- Letters will be mailed to the and Human Service, Social Secu- really want them to be careful,
isboro. tricts, hospitals, nonpro ts and public on March 16, April 8 and rity Administration and Internal but we want them to respond to
regular citizens need solid num- April 20. Revenue Service to obtain the the Census,” Drummond said.
Drummond has sought to bers to “apply for grants and to count.
erase any lingering fears related direct resources where they are Responses also can be submit- ey should always ask for ID
to President Trump’s last-minute most needed,” she said. ted by phone or mail. Residents Census data cannot be shared and should never give out their
bid to include a citizenship ques- have until the end of July to re- with any other federal depart- bank account, credit card or So-
tion. Critics said it was intended Census data is also used to help spond. e Census Bureau must ment. cial Security information.
to intimidate households with resolve local issues and to plan for deliver the o cial count to the
immigrants—even those who are future development. It a ects the president by Dec. 31. e questions are very basic: SEE CENSUS PAGE 4
size of the slice of tax sales pie name, sex, age, birth date, race,
About 5 percent—most likely ethnicity, whether the person is

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It’s never too late to say thank you
Croton Falls Fire Department gets belated pat on the back

BY JODI WEINBERGER
EDITOR

Bradley Smith’s mother Eleanor believed

in two things: writing thank you notes and

saving everything.

It’s because of her diligence that 67-year-

old Bradley Smith was at the Croton Falls

Fire Department on Feb. 8 surrounded by the

spouses and children of the men who saved

his life 62 years ago.

Twelve years after his mother’s death,

Smith was going through her things when

he discovered an account of the near-death

MARCIE NOLLETTILicensed Real Estate Salesperson experience he had at 6 years old.

SMComOVNLeoDrlslWet•[email protected](i9Nl.ScK1aoEm4leR)m•R4mE•2aSPr4IcDui-etEnn5Noa5lTlmeI4Att5RiL.ceBbgiRniotOonKuacElhRO.cAfofiGmcEe He had vague memories of a hospital stay,

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had written the re department and a short

newspaper article about the incident lled in

JUST SOLD! the details. From left, Drew Outhouse, Sue Richie Moga,
According to the newspaper, 6-year-old Bradley Smith, Cora Outhouse, Marion DePauli
2 SNporritnhgSHaillelmRd,
$449,000 Smith’s throat began to swell and he would Falk, Patricia Gallagher, Thomas DePauli Jr.,
have choked to death had it not been for six and Richard Gallagher
volunteers from the Croton Falls Fire De-

partment.

Marcie makes it happen! ough the Smith family lived on Ern- e re ghters—Capt. James Brown, Lt.

hofer Drive in Mahopac, their family doc- Arthur Outhouse and remen Ralph Out-

tor, Dr. Donald Richie, called for assistance house, Jack DePauli, Peter DePauli and Tom

from Croton Falls when Smith began having DePauli—arrived and administered oxygen

trouble breathing because he knew its ladies to Smith for 40 minutes. is, Richie told

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CLASSIFIEDS the department.
HEALTH & WELLNESS
LEGAL NOTICES 2 Drew Outhouse framed the newspaper article and thank you letter from Bradley Smith.
LEISURE PHOTOS: JODI WEINBERGER
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Vol. 5 No. 38

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BUSINESS & REAL ESTATE 19 PHOTOS: CAROL REIF SEE GELLER PAGE 6 SEE BUDGET PAGE 6
CLASSIFIEDS 18
HEALTH & WELLNESS 13 Wishing all of my clients BALANCED ROCK
LEGAL NOTICES 19 MARCIE NBUSINESS & REAL ESTATE2
-past, present and future- OLLETTICLASSIFIEDS
17 BASKETBALL BALANCED ROCK 2 23
CLASSIFIEDS 18 a happy holiday season! LEGAL NOTICES
LEGAL NOTICES 18 LEISURE
LEISURE 17
OPINION OPINION
SPORTS 8 SPORTS SCHOOLS & CAMPS
LEISURE 14 Varsity roundup 22 Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
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