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Published by Halston Media, 2021-11-19 09:45:41

Mahopac News 11.18.21

VOL. 12 NO. 41 Visit TapIntoMahopac.net for the latest news. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2021

Byrne announces Mahopac celebrates
candidacy for Putnam
veterans DayCounty executive
Mahopac resident will not seek

re-election as state assemblyman

BY BOB DUMAS online.

EDITOR “Putnam County is fortunate

to have bene tted from some

Assemblyman Kevin Byrne truly dedicated, hard-working

(R, C-Mahopac) will not seek leaders in county government

re-election next year but instead over the years, including Mary-

will throw his hat in the ring as Ellen Odell,” Byrne said. “I ap-

a candidate for Putnam County preciate and thank MaryEllen

executive. for her many years of service as

e incumbent county execu- she continues to lead our county.”

tive, MaryEllen Odell, will reach Byrne said that as assembly-

her term limit next year making man, he fought for a more af-

the position an open seat for fordable and accountable gov-

candidates seeking to vie for the ernment in Albany, but now

o ce in 2022. As assemblyman, wants to lead closer to home.

Byrne already represents four of “Our county needs leaders

the six towns in Putnam County, who are unafraid to stand up and

as well as Somers and Yorktown make government work better PHOTO:
MAUREEN
in Westchester. for taxpayers,”he said.“As county DALY

Byrne’s initial announcement executive, I’ll work to make Put-

was made in a letter sent out nam our state’s most welcom-

earlier this week to Republican ing county for new business and VFW Post 5491 Auxiliary President o cials, the Girl and Boy Scouts, the Ma-
Craig Keitel presents a wreath during the hopac Fire Department and local residents
and Conservative committee job creation; to lift property-tax Veterans Day ceremonies held last urs- to pay homage to the country’s military
day (Nov. 11) in Mahopac. e VFW was forces. For more photos of the parade and
members, as well as other Re- burdens and innovate to make joined by the American Legion, elected ceremony, see pages 20 and 21.

publican o cials and long-time services more e cient and cost

supporters. A video announcing SEE BYRNE PAGE 4
his campaign was later shared

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LEGAL NOTICES 30
LEISURE
MAHOPAC MUSINGS 30
OPINION
SPORTS 26

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PAGE 2 MAHOPAC NEWS MAHOPAC MUSINGS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2021

The Staff Thanksgiving Meal taurant directly either by Facebook Downtown Mahopac revitalization www.mahopaccarmelonline.com/
Giveaway messenger or by calling 845-628- project. e meeting is open to the holiday-in-the-park-2021 to regis-
EDITORIAL TEAM 5409 to reserve your meals. 926 Rt. public and residents are encouraged ter. Guests will remain in their cars
BOB DUMAS
Klazy Jax restaurant will hold its 6, Mahopac. www.klazyjax.com to attend. until it’s time to meet Santa. ere
EDITOR: 845-208-0774
[email protected] second annual anksgiving meal Downtown Holiday in the Park will be hot chocolate and cookies
giveaway - No Hunger Holiday and every child will receive a goodie
ADVERTISING TEAM
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11:30 a.m.-2 p.m. e sta will be e Greater Mahopac/Carmel you can meet Santa in person or he
(914) 806-3951
[email protected] preparing 1,200 freshly prepared e Town Board will hold a Chamber of Commerce will hold can remain inside his bubble.

BRUCE HELLER packaged meals for those in need... special open meeting on Tuesday, its annual Holiday in the Park event
(914) 486-7608
[email protected] Holiday on the Lakeno questions asked. Choice of turkey Nov. 30, at 6:30 p.m. at Carmel on Saturday, Nov. 27, 5-8 p.m.,
or ham; potatoes and veggies in- Town Hall, 60 McAlpin Ave., Ma- at Sycamore Park on Hill Street.
LISA KAIN
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(914) 760-7009
[email protected] THESE PRICES ARE Rotary Club at its annual Holiday
VALID WITH AD ONLY on the Lake tree lighting ceremony
JAY GUSSAK this year on Saturday, Dec. 4, when
(914) 299-4541 Open Thanksgiving 75 Christmas trees will be lit along
[email protected] the shore of Lake Gleneida in Car-
SHELLEY KILCOYNE mel to kick o the holiday season.
(914) 924-9122 Prior to the tree lighting, there will
[email protected] be a parade through the hamlet

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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2021 MAHOPAC NEWS PAGE 3

In memory of From left, Chris Montuoro,
Lauren Privitera, Gerilyn
Nick Montuoro
Dueling Flintstones, from left,
Fundraiser raises $8,000 for Jimmy and Mary Christos,
Run4Recovery Debbie and Rob Molfetta

Seven years ago, Mahopac res- PHOTOS COURTESY OF LAURNE PRIVITERA
ident Nicholas (Nick) Privitera
became another tragic statistic of Sitting, Barbara Kleint; standing, from left, Marcela Pierce,
the opioid epidemic when he lost Ernestine Smartt, Lauren Privitera, Lynn Karuss and Maddy
his battle with heroin addiction. Hendley
He was just 23.

His mother, Lauren Privitera,
decided her son’s death shouldn’t
be in vain and set out to create an
event that would bring overdose
victims’ families and friends to-
gether in order to share and heal
and search for ways to end the
heroin scourge.

Privitera created the Hope and
Healing Candlelight Memorial,
which is now held every Aug. 31
in Chamber Park in conjunction
with National Overdose Aware-
ness Day. Guest speakers ranging
from local o cials to counselors
to surviving addicts, share their
stories, and to take part in a can-
dlelight ceremony that honors
those who lost their battle with
addiction.

Nick would have turned 30
this past Oct. 30. Privitera de-
cided to hold a fundraiser in his
memory and raise money for
Run4Recovery, which provides
funds for transportation, hous-
ing, and therapeutic treatment
for people who need such ser-
vices but don’t have the means to
obtain them.

Privitera organized the party
at Four Brothers and attendees
dressed in Halloween costumes.

ere was a 50/50 ra e and bas-
ket ra es with prizes provided
by local business. Admission also
featured a sit-down dinner, DJ
(Extreme Music Productions)
and dancing and a photobooth.

e event raised close to $8,000.
Business donor/sponsors in-
cluded Scoops Ice Cream, Car-
mel Cinema, Pueblo Viejo, ai
Golden Restaurant, Hudson
Valley Shooting Range, Dante’s
Restaurant, My Cousin’s Restau-
rant, Destination Beauty Salon,
Cardsmart & Gifts of Mahopac,
Mike and Joe’s, Nikki’s Pet Salon,
Magic Clippers Inc 2, Electric
Paradise, Carla Blaha Intuitive
Medium, Unraveled in Twine,
Shot by Jessy and Bad Mikey’s.

PAGE 4 MAHOPAC NEWS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2021

BYRNE Republican Party’s premier cen- MHS Leo
ter for educating and electing a Club shines
FROM PAGE 1 new generation of leaders ready
to run for higher o ce. FILE PHOTO e Mahopac High School so many families and students.
e ective. I’ll stand up for our Leo’s Club donated $110 to Pictured are Mahopac Leo
brave active military, veterans, As an assemblyman, Byrne au- served three terms as president. support the Mahopac com- Club students with MHS prin-
and rst responders—includ- thored over 20 bills that passed He earned a M.P.A. from Marist munity. e club’s donation to cipal Dr. Matthew Lawrence
ing our police, and will continue to support various local needs, College where he concentrated Mahopac High School’s An- and school social workers Davia
to defend all our Constitutional served in statewide and nation- in healthcare administration and nual anksgiving Drive makes Bugge, Suzanne Mayer, Jennifer
freedoms.” al leadership posts, and voted holds a B.A. from the University a huge di erence in the lives of Stytzer and Kristel Halton
against every state tax increase of Scranton where he majored in
Byrne has been recognized as that came before him. Earlier history and obtained dual minors
one of the few conservative voices this year, Byrne gained national in political science and military
left serving Putnam County in recognition for his work in ex- science leadership.
the state Legislature. During his posing Gov. Cuomo’s cover-up of
thousands of COVID-19 nurs- Byrne is a lifelong resident of
rst term he was named a “rising ing home resident deaths. Putnam County and resides in
star”by the New York Republican Mahopac with his wife, Briana
State Committee and received Prior to the assembly, Byrne (Messina) Byrne and their young
the highest conservative rating worked in healthcare administra- son Braeden.
from the New York State Con- tion for New York’s largest private
servative Party. During his sec- multi-specialty medical group.
ond term, he was similarly hon- He also served as a regional di-
ored by the Westchester-Putnam rector for the American Heart
Right to Life Committee with its Association, deputy district di-
Defender of Life Award for his rector to former Congresswoman
pro-life record. More recently he Nan Hayworth, member of the
was named an Emerging Leader Putnam Valley Town Planning
by GOPAC, a national organiza- Board, and was an emergency
tion founded by former Delaware medical technician for Westches-
Gov. Pierre du Pont and cham- ter EMS, as well as the Kent Vol-
pioned by former U.S. House unteer Fire Department where he
Speaker Newt Gingrigh as the

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Relax and rejuvenate
BY JESSICA JAFET

at Elemental AestheticsCONTRIBUTINGWRITER

When Jessica Sagerstrand opened Elemental Aes-

thetics, her storefront boutique spa in Mahopac, she

brought 12 years of experience as a New York state

licensed esthetician, along with a passion for provid-

ing top-quality, personalized treatments and services.

e former instructor at the New York School of

Esthetics said the location is “perfect” and she is ex-

cited to be able to bring an upscale spa experience to

the area. Jessica Sagerstrand,
“Skincare is my bread and butter—and anti-aging owner of Elemental

and acne are my specialties,” Sagerstrand said. “I o er Aesthetics

many di erent facial treatments, including micronee-

dling and I’m the only spa in Putnam County that

carries a line called ‘Face Reality,’ which is the No. 1

professional acne line.”

e bright and airy treatment spa located at 912

Route 6 in Mahopac that opened this past July o ers

state-of-the-art services, including laser hair removal

for the body and face, dermaplan-

ing and facial peels. Promoting

overall well-being is the philoso-

phy Sagerstrand holds for her

clients—and with additional of-

ferings like Reiki/Crystal energy Skin care is not
healing and advanced facial mas-

sages, she helps to reduce anxiety a one and done
or pain in a soothing and homey
setting.

e proprietor, who has worked treatment. It is
for top med-spas in both West-

chester County and in New York an investment
City, encourages anyone who

wants to maintain healthy skin that gives you
to visit Elemental Aesthetics for

monthly facials, given that one’s something
skin regularly goes through chang-
es.

“You can come in for facials in return.
just to relax or to keep your skin

healthy; one month you might Consistency
be really broken out and the next

month really tight and dry, so fa- is key to see
cials are really important for over-

all skin health,” Sagerstrand said.
Most of all, she added, is the im-

positive changes.portance of consistency in taking

care of the skin. Many customers

come in with speci c problems -Jessica Sagerstrand
for which the spa has professional Owner of Elemental Aesthetics
treatments, but continuing care

at home is the best advice Sager-

strand gives.

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County ready to roll out COVID vax for children

Mahopac schools, with higher incident rates, welcome news

BY BOB DUMAS Online registration and further years old and 19.4 percent of but for the most part what we ‘ ey should
be able to get
EDITOR information will be shared on the cases in individuals 10-19 years said we wanted to do, we are do- the shot if
they want.
health department’s social media old.” ing. But that doesn’t mean that I am excited
about it. It
e Mahopac School District platforms and posted on its web- Mahopac school superinten- now we take things for granted.” is another
tool in the
was one of the most impacted page at www.putnamcountyny. dent Anthony DiCarlo said that DiCarlo said with COVID toolbox to
help ght
school districts in the county last com/health/covid19/#vaxinfo a few “clusters” had forced some variants on the loose and the hol- o the
pandemic.’
month when it comes to positive e authorization to vacci- classrooms to shut down but that idays upon us as people move to
-Mike Mongon
COVID cases, according to the nate these youngsters comes as the district has not had to shutter more indoor activities, it is more School Board President

Putnam County Department of most clusters of COVID cases an entire grade or building. e important than ever to remain

Health (PCDOH). in Putnam County have a ect- DOH said it de nes a cluster as vigilant.

However, help is on the way ed schools and day care centers two or more students in one class “We didn’t have the variant

as an estimated 6,000 additional where children gather, DOH of- contracting the virus at school, last year. It’s very contagious and

Putnam residents, 5 to 11 years cials said. e most impacted not at home or from outside so- we are seeing that,” he said. “We

of age, are now eligible for CO- ZIP codes last month were Ma- cial activity. are seeing it with students and

VID vaccinations and the coun- hopac and Putnam Valley. “Our major goal was to get families getting it and in break-

ty Department of Health has On the DOH website, it states kids into school ve days a week through cases. We are starting

scheduled four clinics to vacci- that Mahopac (those in ZIP code and we’ve been able to do that to see this happening again. e

nate them, along with providing 10541) had 110.6 incidences per because of the continued hard county has ascertained over the

boosters for eligible adults. 100,000 people last month. e work on everybody’s part fol- last week there was an outbreak

Afternoon clinics are sched- only Putnam County ZIP codes lowing the mitigations,” DiCarlo due to a Halloween party where

uled to run from 2 to 4:30 on with higher incident rates were said. “ e kids are doing what kids and adults were unmasked.

Nov. 18 and 23 and on Dec. 9 Putnam Valley (150.6) and Lake they need to do. Faculty is doing It only takes one—that’s my

and 14. Children vaccinated at Peekskill (132.2). what they need to do. Parents concern. No one is saying don’t

the rst clinic, Nov. 18 in Put- “Mahopac incidence is driven are helping us out. We’ve had a have events but do them with

nam Plaza, can receive their by cases associated with schools, couple of hiccups here and there. masks on. Otherwise, we are go-

second shot on Dec. 9 in Car- and a high number of sporadic Stu that we said could happen, ing to be right back where we

mel and be fully protected before cases in adults 30-49 years old,” but we are not seeing it wide- were last year.”

Christmas Day. the website states. “In October, spread. We are not seeing build- School Board President Mike

e clinics on Nov. 23 and we continued to see a trend to- ings shut down. We are not see- Mongon said he was happy with

Dec. 14 will be held at the Phil- ward a higher proportion of cases ing grade levels shut down. We the news that vaccinations will

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Take this job and... Two separate lms of ‘reality’

As the country emerges from are unsafe; that their jobs demand Back in 2016,a few months before the 45th African Americans, and that Kyle was always a
over a year and a half of they work unwieldy hours without presidential election,political commenta- bad kid who deserves to be locked up and the
tor and creator of the Dilbert comic strip, key thrown out. Progressives on Twitter were
coronavirus pandemic restric- additional compensation; that there Scott Adams, rst began commenting that the joking just last week about how funny it will be

tions, American consumers’ pent-up is a signi cant lack of a ordable country was watching two when he is raped in prison.

demand for all child-care; that there separate lms “of reality” to LIFE, In the other lm of “real-
understand current events. HEALTH, ity,”Rittenhouse who walked
types of goods HERE is no opportunity for POLITICS around Kenosha, Wisc.,
and services is AND advancement; and that I found that a compel- the town where he worked
skyrocketing, NOW! their employers are ling point then and it still
and businesses unappreciative of their
explains much today MARA and where his father and
are nding it BERNIE e orts or treat them At the time, Adams was SCHIFFREN grandparents lived, armed
hard to satisfy KOSBERG badly. with both a gun and a re
orders without a certain that the separate
Many workers
lms would begin to col- extinguisher, was helping

su cient num- were pushed into lapse together once Trump people in the neighborhood

ber of quali ed early retirement by the got into o ce. For then the left would begin who had medical issues and putting out small

workers in place. pandemic and found that they could to notice that the crazier theories about Trump res before they got out of hand.

Finding American workers to- cope reasonably well by not work- were just that, crazy. And that he had his own Rittenhouse admitted during his trial that

day is extraordinarily challenging. ing or working less. Others found impressive competencies. normally he would have left this task to the re

Help wanted signs are everywhere. ways to make ends meet instead of We got a di erent scenario. Hillary could department. But what he learned during those

ere’s a shortage of skilled techni- working at a job they hate. And still not bear her defeat to Trump. So, she and her days—in fact, what many of us learned during

cians available to produce essential others, exhausted by the need to work election team concocted an elaborate revenge those days—was that the politicians would

component parts in factories. ere’s more than one job, have refused to plot against him. ey drummed up the Steele intervene on purpose and prevent the re

a shortage of laborers available to return to a grueling schedule and low dossier out of thin air, then “leaked it”to the department and the police department from

empty ships at ports-of-entry. ere wages. Priorities have surely shifted press and the FBI. carrying out their duties. ey would not stop

aren’t enough truck drivers. ere in the wake of so much hardship, e FBI, for reasons of its own—as we have the rioting, the destruction of property and

aren’t enough skilled tradesmen. sickness and death. seen in the last few years the organization has the setting of neighborhood res. ey would

ere aren’t enough teachers. ere e enlightened worker, today, become increasingly corrupt and outland- allow millions of dollars of property destruction

aren’t enough healthcare profession- wants exibility, much better bene ts, ish—decided to run with this, even though to the middle class.

als. ere aren’t enough clerks and higher pay, and appreciation. But they already knew that it was a creation of the In the second lm, 17 year-old Kyle Ritten-

delivery drivers. I could go on and stubbornly, most companies are still Clinton team abetted by the media. house, who worked as a lifeguard and was cur-

on… reluctant to deliver. I guess James Comey did not like the cut of rently training through his local re department

e Bureau of Labor Statistics’ For probably the rst time in 50 Trump’s jib or something just as trivial. So, for as a junior EMT and was also in the Junior

most recent jobs report showed that years, a signi cant number of workers four years, we heard non-stop about Russia, Fire ghter program, got into unfortunate situ-

the number of job openings is at now have su cient bargaining power Russia. I imagine people who imbibed that ations with convicted criminals—one of whom,

a record high. e share of people to demand better working conditions story like it was mother’s milk, drinking it Jacob Rosenberg, was just released that day for

working or looking for work has and higher wages and are refusing every single day from their teat on CNN and sodomizing young boys—who were participat-

dropped to a near-record low of 62 to work until they get it. It’s become MSNBC, still believe it all to this day. Even ing in the riots. And so, when they attacked

percent, and about 4 million workers a workers’ market, and workers are though, nally, the story is completely unravel- him, believing his life was under serious threat,

each month - for the past six months nally able to ex their collective ing. he used his ri e to shoot them. hat is classic

- have been quitting their jobs. muscle after so many years of stag- I bring up all this as prelude to the two self-defense.

Why? Republicans claim that nant wages and reduced purchasing attitudes the country has to the story of Kyle It’s a tragic situation either way.

people are quitting because of overly power. Rittenhouse. But Joe Biden straight out lying about a

generous unemployment bene ts. Union or no union, organized or It’s like the country has been watching two 17-year-old boy and calling him a white su-

But those federal bene ts ended not, workers aren’t returning to work di erent lms of the events that took place on premacist—when there is no such evidence that

months ago. under the same conditions: John Aug. 25, 2020. this is correct—in other words, he and his team

Numerous research reports indi- Deere workers; Kellogg workers; In one lm, people watched assiduously invented this story for convenience to keep the

cate the problem is multi-dimension- Alabama coal miners; Black sanita- as then candidate Joe Biden instructed the country even more divided.

al. People are quitting and looking tion workers in Pittsburgh; Amazon country that 17-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse As we can see, Joe Biden, given time, will lie

for a new job because so many warehouse workers on Staten Island; was a member of a white militia and that he is about everything.

opportunities to try something new and thousands upon thousands more, a white supremacist. Both of these assertions, It’s no way to unify a country.

are available. But more signi cantly, all across the country. ey want a like so many of his comments, are complete

this country’s workforce is just plain say in their future and are willing to lies spun out of devil dust and thin air. Still, as Mara Schi ren, PhD, is a writer, certi ed

fed-up and making it known. stand up and be counted. a result, many people on his side continue to functional medicine health coach, certi ed

Workers are complaining that e Republican Party and corpo- be under the impression that the people that integrative psychiatric educator and certi ed

their jobs pay too little; that their SEE KOSBERG PAGE 18 Rittenhouse killed in the confrontations he had peak performance coach. You can reach her at
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LETTERS

Congrats to 11U Gold Enjoyed Dumas’
baseball team column on hobbies

To the editor, To the editor,

I want to congratulate the Mahopac In- I thoroughly enjoyed the Bob Dumas

dians 11U Gold baseball team on winning Nov. 11 column about his hobbies and was

e Fall Greater Hudson Valley Baseball especially moved by the part of the story

League (GHVBL) Championship, this past that involved the burning of the beloved

October. ese boys are Mahopac’s young, and potentially very valuable baseball card

up-and-coming baseball players, and they’re collection by his friend George’s mom.

working hard! If only I had a dollar for every time that

e 11U Gold Baseball Team has come I’ve heard a similar story. Not about base-

incredibly far. And due to hard- working ball cards, but about my lifelong passion,

players with great instincts, wonderful coach- comic books. (My childhood friend, also

ing, positive attitudes (which have to be named George, introduced me to comic

learned, usually by losing), a lot of hard work book reading.)

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for all of the excitement that they provide, I I started collecting comics at age 16 and

am such a fan of these boys! I hope our town continued well into adulthood, even run-

is proud of these boys as well. ey take it ning a small comics shop in Yorktown

seriously, representing Mahopac and I’m so Heights in the late ’80s for a couple of years

proud of each and every one of the players, (anybody remember Rock Comics – Ser-

along with their wonderful coaches who vol- vice designed with the collector in mind?).

unteer their time to teach them all the neces- It’s fun for me today to pull out a comic

sary skills they need in order to get those big book that I’d priced at $2 or $3, 30 years

wins when they run out onto that eld. ago, and see that it’s now worth $50, $100,

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