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North Salem News 12.19.19

Vol. 5 No. 38 North Salem’s only weekly newspaper mailed to every home and business.
Visit for the latest news. Thursday, December 19, 2019

Here’s to you, Herb!

BY CAROL REIF Geller is unlikely to give up his posi-
STAFF WRITER tion as politico emeritus or his dedi-
cation to issues that a ect the com-
Like all good writers, North Sa- munity, say folks who know him.
lem’s Herbert “Herb” Geller knows
every story must have a beginning, a Geller recently celebrated his 98th
middle and an end. birthday with baked ziti, a little wine,
a lot of song and a dozen fellow
So the former newspaperman has Democrats, all of them close friends.
decided that it’s time to turn the
page on one particular chapter of his “He’s my personal hero and I’m
long and productive life. his biggest fan,” co-chair Emily Jo-
nas Siegel said at the Friday, Dec. 6,
While he will no longer co-chair soiree at Geller’s Candlewood Lake
the local Democratic Committee, Park home.

The North Salem Democrats Siegel is in awe of the fact that her
gather to celebrate Herb Geller. mentor’s interest in civic a airs has
never wavered in all these years.
At age 97, he was writing a weekly
column for the North Salem News
and collecting signatures for candi-
dates. He still reads several newspa-
pers a day, she said.

“He’s the most passionate person
about politics that I know. Herb will
call anyone at any hour of the day or
night to discuss his concerns,” Siegel

Chock full of praise for the World
War II vet’s patriotism and commu-
nity involvement was Karen Roach,
the town’s tax receiver and wife of
District 6 leader Tom Roach.

As the longtime commander of
American Legion Post 1866, Geller
is “the main reason that our young
people even know that Memorial
Day and Veteran’s Day exist,” she
said at the party.


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The Staff Kindergarten Registration Drum Circle at Chapel at North Salem Fire House. Some of the events
Croton Falls this year have included: Visit to the Bud-
EDITORIAL TEAM Kindergarten Registration at Pequena- dhist Monastery, Meet-and-Greet with the
EDITOR: 914-302-5830 konck Elementary School for the 2020/2021 609 Route 22, Croton Falls Candidates, earring making, Irish Dancers,
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at PQ Wednesday, January 15, 2020, BY AP- 7:30-10 p.m. at the Chapel at Croton Falls. Westchester Broadway eatre, speakers
914-351-2424 POINTMENT ONLY. If you have a child e drummers are also invited to participate in from our local town o ces, 90th Birthday
[email protected]
PAUL FORHAN who will be 5 by December 1, 2020, and will the magni cent celebration of the Solstice at Party picnic and music, Fascia’s Chocolate
[email protected] be attending kindergarten, please contact the Chapel on Sunday, December 22 at 6 p.m. Factory, and much more!
845-621-4049 Jean Jerussi at 914-669-5317 Extension 3056 Bring your drum or percussive instrument or Upcoming Events: Trip to Brotherhood
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[email protected] more information please go to www.northsa- NS Rec Department programs to Westchester Broadway eatre for “An
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Thursday, December 19, 2019 North Salem News – Page 3

Math teacher is
selected for state’s master

teacher program

BY HELU WANG and workshops, sharing lessons and teacher at the time. Anne Bratt
CONTRIBUTING WRITER ideas, re ecting teaching practices and Over the decades, she
solving real-world problems. has focused on nding She is also active in the community,
For Anne Bratt, a mathematics ways to engage and in- getting involved in school food drives
teacher at North Salem High School, “It’s all about learning and connect- spire students. and advising the junior class, math
teaching is not just a job. ing with STEM—how we can cross honor society and math club.
the bridge, improve what we do and “Some people say
“I love doing what I’m doing,” Bratt get the kids to the next level,” Bratt math should not be fun. “I’m not like a teacher so much; I’m
said. “When you nd something you said. But why not make it fun, a trail guide. I can’t make you learn if
love to do, you never work a day in engaging and collabora- you don’t want to. But if you do, I’m
your life. at’s the way I feel about Bratt looks to spark an enthusiasm tive?” Bratt said. “It’s not the your partner,” Bratt said.
teaching.” in students, especially those who do teaching that I had when I
not enjoy STEM, with the knowledge was a kid. It’s about understand-
Her passion has been recognized by and skills she will take away from the ing and using multiple methods to
Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who invited her program. teach and understand.”
to join the New York Master Teacher
Program this year. “We need to ignite the ame in To Bratt, it is not just a math class,
them,” Bratt said. “ at’s the only way but a class about life and mindset.
e program, a four-year fellow- they are going to succeed.” All the things she teaches are to help
ship funded by the state, allows Bratt students with collaboration, com-
to hone her professional skills, ignite e educators who are selected are munication and creative and critical
students’ passion and lead e orts in strong class teachers with clear goals thinking. She said her role is more like
enhancing STEM learning opportu- for further developing their depth in someone who o ers emotional sup-
nities in the district. three knowledge domains, including port and life advice.
content, pedagogy and community, ac-
Together with 228 new master cording to the master teacher program “ ey are my children. Whatever
teachers who joined the program from description. they need to do, we’re going to get it
across the state, Bratt will spend 50 done together,” Bratt said.
hours each year attending meetings Bratt found her passion for math
in eighth grade, inspired by her math

Town adopts $10M budget

BY CAROL REIF selves having to hire more bodies just to e di erence was explained in a post- e budget’s “Special Projects” line
STAFF WRITER cover what has needed to be done. Full- ing on the town’s website. got an extra $20,000 for strategic work
time o cers, with bene ts, cost a lot necessary to help make the town’s 2025
Lead-footed commuters, beware: more. According to Lucas, New York City’s vision for the hamlet a reality.
North Salem’s part-time police o cers Department of Environmental Protec-
will have more hours to patrol roadways According to Harckham, the law will tion property—Titicus Reservoir and “It all starts with a detailed plan,” Lu-
during the morning and evening rush only have a “negligible impact on retire- dam—increased by $9 million in as- cas said.
hours as part of a $10.1 million 2020 ment patterns.” State data shows that an sessed valuation, as set by the state. is
spending plan the Town Board adopted average number of 90 employees in the allowed the town to “generate 1.47 per- In addition, the 2020 budget provides
on Tuesday, Dec. 10. past four years would have been impact- cent of addition taxes with a lower .983 a 3 percent pay increase for town em-
ed by the law lifting the earnings cap. percent tax rate increase,” Lucas said. ployees—including elected o cials.
e budget contains a bump of
$56,000 for the police department, al- “ is is a win-win for municipalities e owner of a house worth $660,000 e supervisor’s salary will rise to
lowing for another four-hour tour each and retired public employees,” the sena- who now pays an average of $3,011 in $89,400 from the current $86,796.
day, according to Supervisor Warren Lu- tor said. town taxes can expect to see that gure
cas, who said tra c remains one of the go up by about $30 a year. e four town councilmen, now paid
town’s “biggest problems.” “We have a number of excellent of- $16,230, will receive $16,715. Town jus-
cers working for us,” Lucas said last However, the town’s assessor has been tices now make $34,125; they will get
is wouldn’t have been possible if it week. e experience they bring to the working with the state’s O ce of Real $35,148. e town clerk’s annual pay is
weren’t for a new law that allows retired department from their stints in New Property Tax Services and it’s hoped that rising from $81,800 to $84,254.
police o cers, school resource personnel York City, White Plains and other cities county taxes, which the town collects,
and village clerks to make up to $35,000 is invaluable, he added. will decrease. As a result, according to e chief of police, who is not an elect-
a year without a ecting pension bene ts, Lucas thanked Harckham and North Lucas, that projected $30 increase in the ed o cial, oversees a department of 14
Lucas said. Salem Police Chief Tom Howley for April bills could be less. part-time o cers. He is getting a raise of
ghting to get the legislation passed. 14.29 percent, bringing his $35,000 sal-
Many of these folks “are willing to e other two budget items contribut- ary to $40,000.
continue in their occupations on a lesser BUDGET PARTICULARS ing to the increase also related to road
scale for part-time or per diem work,” e town’s new budget—including the paving and reviving Croton Falls. Money e superintendent of highways will
said the law’s co-sponsor, Sen. Peter set aside for the former was boosted from get $98,967. He currently makes $96,084
Harckham, a Democrat whose District special districts for water, sewer, light- $200,000 to $401,000, which means in that position. He also makes $12,483
40 includes Lewisboro, North Salem, ing and parks—re ects a 3.044 percent that, for now, the town can avoid bor- as parks superintendent. at would rise
Somers and Yorktown. increase over the current $9.8 million rowing for paving projects. ere are to $12,858. His salary as cemetery super-
spending plan. about 42 miles of town-owned roads to intendent—$7,491—remains the same.
e law, just signed by Gov. Andrew care for, which cost about $125,000 per
Cuomo, lifts the cap of $30,000 set in e tax rate is set to go up a nickel, mile to pave on an average of 3.5 miles a e town is spending $5,900 to install
2007. Needless to say, the ability of such from $4.56 for each $1,000 of assessed year. e town had issued a 20-year bond 158 LED street lights, which cost about
civil servants to earn more had not kept value to $4.61, an increase of .983 per- in 2006 that paid for the paving of 12 half that of regular xtures to maintain.
pace with the cost of living. cent. e proposed tax levy of $6,873,522 miles of roadways and the purchase of About $8,000 in yearly savings is antici-
re ects an increase of 1.47 percent, under plow trucks. pated, Lucas said.
Towns and villages have found them- the 2 percent state tax cap.
e upkeep is paid for by the Purdys
and Croton Falls lighting districts.

Page 4 – North Salem News Thursday, December 19, 2019

ROCK Ruth Keeler Memorial Library is lyn by Richard Moraisis.
Holiday Boutique. Fill your holiday wish list
with great gift items & decorations hand-made
Town Clerk Maria Hlushko has a notary li- by artists and artisans! Saturday night, Dec 14,
cense. Residents are welcome to come to Town 5-9 p.m. and Sunday, Dec 15, noon to 4 p.m.
Hall if they need documents notarized. To make
an appointment, call 914-669-5577. NS Democratic Committee

Volunteer Drivers Needed located at 276 Titicus Road. For History and Biography book

Volunteers needed. ere are a few open seats more information on any of these group

on the town committee and the Democrats events, call 914-669-5161 or visit e history and biography

Can you spare a little time to make a di erence would love to have some new volunteers come book group meets at 7:30 p.m. on

in the life of an older adult? forward. It’s a great way to meet new people and the second Tuesday of the month.

RideConnect, a program of Family Services be involved in who and what shapes our commu- Monthly Early-Onset De- e group reads books on various

of Westchester, is an information, referral, and nity. If, on the other hand, you may be interested mentia Caregivers Support historical topics or periods as

transportation program for older adults, age 60+, in serving on a town committee, we suggest you Group, every Monday starting well as some biographies. e

who can no longer drive. We are seeking volunteer keep an eye on the Town’s website, northsalemny. on January 27 from 6-7 p.m. e books are chosen by the group

drivers who are willing to provide occasional rides org, and send an inquiry to the Town Board. Sev- group will be facilitated by Tanya and are wide ranging. Multiple

to our older adult neighbors. ese rides enable eral vacancies are listed. Contact us at PO Box Steel who is the Executive direc- copies of the books at the library

our clients to remain active in their communities 525, North Salem, NY or northsalemdemocrat- tor of a non-pro t and spouse of for people to check out and read.

and to continue to lead ful lling lives. Rides are [email protected] someone with FrontalTemporal “John Marshall: e Man Who

typically to medical and dental appointments, gro- NS Republican Committee Degreneretiation. e group is Made the Supreme Court,” by
cery shopping and other errands. Please consider
free, open to all, and requires no Richard Brookhiser on Dec. 10

giving the gift of mobility and independence. For registration. Drop-ins are en- at 7:30 p.m.

more information, please call Marietta C. Manoni November 2019 brings a series of local elec- couraged and any point. New members encouraged!

at 914-242-7433 or email [email protected] tions with opportunities to serve as a volunteer. Polar Express on Monday, Story time and crafts

Railyard Arts Studio classes If you are interested in serving on the Commit- December 23, 4 p.m. Bring your Mondays
tee or volunteering, please contact the Commit-
family and watch this classic Stories and Songs – 10:30 a.m.,

tee at: North Salem Republican Committee, PO movie on our large screen. For all for babies from birth to 2-1/2.

Railyard Arts Studio is located at 621 Route Box 289, North Salem, NY 10560 914-662-6620 ages. Tuesdays

22, Croton Falls. For more information, visit [email protected] Holiday and Winter Stories Mother Goose for Babies –

on Monday December 16 and 10:30 a.m., for babies from birth

ursday December 19 at 10:30 to 2-1/2.

a.m. Story time and crafts for all Wednesdays

ages. Story Time at 10:30 a.m.;

Mahjong for Beginners, family story time for kids of all

every Wednesday starting on ages.

January 8th from 2-4 p.m. Joan ursdays

Staudinger has o ered to lea and Books and Puppets at 10:30

teach another Mah Jongg Group a.m.; family story time for kids of

for beginners and those who need all ages.

to refresh their skills. Joan will be Saturdays

with the group for 6-8 weeks. Af- Story Time at 10:30 a.m.;

ter that participants are welcome family story time for kids of all

to continue on their own. e ages.

group is free but we ask that you (Bilingual stories and songs on

register by contacting the library some Saturdays.)

and make a commitment to come Writers workshop

to most of the sessions. is workshop is from 11

Bagels & Books. First urs- a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and led by

Merry Christma day of each month from 10:30 Maryanne D’Amato the rst
a.m. to noon at Keeler Library. Wednesday of the month. It is

Copies of the books are available open to all writers and aspiring

at the Library for checkout. No writers who are invited to share

registration is required. ursday, their work or desire to write in a

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Thursday, December 19, 2019 North Salem News – Page 5


North Salem Recreation Department
Winter Programs & Activities

Youth Winter Sports Upcoming Events Seniors

Skiing and Snowboarding at Thunder Ridge Winter Craft Time - December 18th at 4pm - Ruth North Salem Senior Citizens Club - Residents 50 and
50 Thunder Ridge Rd., Patterson, NY 12563 Keeler Memorial Library - Join us for a fun craft! All older are eligible to join our senior group. Meetings
ages welcome! Co-sponsored with the Library. Free. are held at 11:30am on the second Tuesday of the
Learn to Ski / Snowboard with the Rec Dept month at the North Salem Fire House.
5 week program - Transportation Available. Bus de- North Salem Day at Thunder Ridge - Saturday, Janu-
parts NS MS/HS and PQ at 3:30pm, returns to PQ at ary 25th, 9am-5pm. All welcome! Lift Ticket: $37 - Balanced Rockers Fitness Club - Members of the NS
7:50pm. 90 min lessons & 1 hr free-ski time. Rentals: $32 - Lessons: $32. Please call ahead to book Senior Citizens Club can join us for free at the NS
Who: Beginnner/intermediate ski or snowboard for a lesson. MUST present coupon for discount. Firehouse. Some classes require a fee for equipment
1st-12th graders (1st & 2nd graders require a parent that is then yours to keep. Winter class:
present) OR Advanced Freestyle Snowboarding for Babysitting Course - January 25th OR March 21st,
3rd grade+. 10:30 - 1:30pm - Ruth Keeler Memorial Library -  Better Balance with Cheryl Aiello
When: Wednesdays, starting Jan. 8th, 2020 Space is limited. Registration required. Free. Thursdays, 10:30-11:15am, 1/9 - 2/27
Fee: Basic package (lesson, chaperone): $155.
Add-ons: lift ticket $95, equipment rental $125, bus Valentines Day Craft Time - February TBD at 4pm - Nutrition Program -The Somers-North Salem-
transportation $62. Ruth Keeler Memorial Library - Join us for a fun craft! Lewisboro Nutrition Program is held at Wayne Van
All ages welcome! Co-sponsored with the Library. Tassel Memorial Park, Route 139, in Somers. It pro-
Open Enrollment Program - Rec Dept Special Pricing vides lunch Monday through Friday at 12:00pm.
Many lesson times available - you chose the date/ Youth Health & Fitness
time that works best for you! 6 week program, 90 Adult Health & Fitness
minute lessons NS Winter Soccer Indoor Clinic
Who: 1st-12th graders. What: An eight-week clinic with 4 Pillar Soccer de- Zumba with Amy Greene
When: Programs begin Jan. 3rd – Jan 9th, 2020 signed to introduce, develop, and sharpen individual When: Wednesdays - 6:30 - 7:30pm, 1/8 - 2/26
Available lessons: FRI 5:00 or 6:30, SAT 3:30 or 5:30, skill & proper technique for the upcoming season. Where: NS Middle School Gym
SUN 3:30, MON 5:30, TUES 5:30, WED 5:30, TH 5:30. When: Mondays - 1/6 - 3/16 Fee: $110 / 8 weeks
Fee: Lessons only: $154 - Lift & Lesson: $268 - Lift,
Lesson, & Rentals: $418. 7-8pm - Kindergarten - 2nd grade Better Balance Plus with Cheryl Aiello
*Parents & siblings receive discounted lift ticket & 8-9pm - 3rd - 5th grade Balance & energy enhancing techniques using props.
rental prices on lesson nights* Where: NS Middle School Gym When: Thursdays 10:30-11:15am, 1/9 - 2/27
Fee: $150 / 8 weeks Where: North Salem Firehouse, Route 116
Freestyle Program for Intermediate Snowboarders Fee: $77 / 8 weeks
Intro to freestyle snowboarding and “Park Smart Ter- Modern Martial Arts Westchester
rain Park Safety Program.” 6 week program, 90 mi- 333 North Bedford Rd. Mt. Kisco Yoga-Chi with Cheryl Aiello
nute lessons. Wednesdays, Jan 8th - Feb 26th, 2020 Yoga, Taiji and QiGong traditions to strengthen, im-
Who: 3rd grade & up prove balance, focus and relax your body and mind.
When: Beginning Jan. 3rd & 8th, 2020 Available Les- Fee: $245, gear not included When: Wednesdays 10:00-10:45am, 1/8 - 2/26
sons: WED 5:30pm, FRI 5:00pm or 6:30pm. Where: North Salem Firehouse, Route 116
Fee: Lessons only: $154 - Lift & Lesson: $268 - Lift, Tiny Champs – ages 3 - 4 Fee: $77 / 8 weeks
Lesson, & Rentals: $418 An excellent way to introduce your children to martial
arts! Here they are taught basic martial arts in a fun Winter Yinstorative Yoga with Jaime Roche
Pre-School through Kindergarten Program and friendly environment. 8 week program. When: A quiet, reflective class featuring long held supported
Intro to skiing with a 1:2 instructor/student ratio 1:30pm to 2:00pm floor based postures.
Six-week program, 60 minute lessons When: Tuesdays 6:30-7:45pm, 1/7 - 2/25
Who: 3 ½ to 5 years old Little Champs – ages 5 - 7 Where: North Salem Firehouse, Route 116
When: Beginning Jan. 3rd, 2020 Students learn martial arts techniques, elements of Fee: $170 / 8 weeks
Available Lessons: MON, TUES, WED, THURS at 10am, self-defense as well as important values & life skills.
1pm, 3:30pm, 4:30pm or FRI at 10am. When: 4:15 pm to 5:00pm Modern Martial Arts Westchester
Fee: Lessons only: $324 - Lift & Lesson: $420 - Lift, Wednesdays, Jan 8th - Feb 26th, 2020
Lesson, & Rentals: $570 Junior Basic – ages 8 - 13
*Please sign up for this program through Thunder Our Youth martial arts program increases focus on Fee: $245, gear not included
Ridge directly.* technique and skill. 8 week program.
When: 5:15 pm to 6:00pm Adult Kickboxing – ages 14+
Learn-to-Skate at Brewster Ice Arena Using Muay Thai striking techniques, participants
63 Fields Lane, Brewster, NY 10509 Look for our upcoming increase their strength, stamina and endurance on
spring & summer programs: Wavemaster heavy bags. 8 week program.
The Learn-to-Skate program is for 4-12 year olds at When: 6:45pm-7:30pm
varying levels of skating experience. $185 per session,  Memorial Day Kayak Trip & BBQ on the
per skater. Fee includes public skate before lesson. Hudson Adult Jiu-Jitsu – ages 14+
*Skate Rental not included. Fridays 5:30-6:00pm OR This fun, safe & effective program is utilized by people
Tuesdays 5:10—5:40pm  August one-week camps: Ron Hendrie Soc- from all walks of life. Beginners welcome!
Session 3: FRI 1/3 - 2/14 | TUE 1/7 - 2/18 cer Academy, East Coast Panthers Basket- When: 7:30pm-8:30pm
Session 4: FRI 2/28 - 4/17 | TUE 3/3 - 4/21 ball Clinic, Art & Music camps, Tennis, multi
Session 5: FRI 5/1 - 6/19 | TUE 5/5 - 6/16 -sport camp, and more! To register for any program, contact:
North Salem Recreation Dept.
DEADLINE FOR REGISTRATION: 12/20/19 North Salem Day Camp at Mt. Lakes 270 Titicus Road
North Salem, NY 10560
Staff applications, Counselor-in-Training (914)669-5665
applications, and camper registration
open in late February /early March.

Page 6 – North Salem News Thursday, December 19, 2019

GELLER manned a radio tower in ally-oc- PHOTOS: CAROL REIF rousing rendition of any organized political party. I’m
cupied Germany. He rose to the “Old Man River,” a a Democrat.”
FROM PAGE 1 rank of corporal and was honor- and the Bronx Times, as well. song that speaks of
ably discharged in 1946. Geller’s work also garnered toil and class—and
e ability of the inductee of before blowing out the
the New York Veteran’s Hall of After returning to civilian recognition by the New York candles on his birthday
Fame to inspire others during life, Geller studied journalism Press Association and the New cake—Geller good-
his talks at the town’s annual at Long Island University in England Press Association. humoredly summed
parades has boosted turnout, Brooklyn with the help of the up his life as a “politi-
Roach added. GI Bill. But one of his proudest ac- cal animal.”
complishments as a writer was a
“ e crowds go wild when he He wrote for the Army for a play he wrote about the struggles Channeling the late
speaks,” said Solomon Schepps, while, then after getting married of the Irish immigrants who had actor and social com-
a lawyer and recent candidate for in 1956, moved with his new settled in Bridgeport, Siegel said. mentator Will Rogers,
town justice. bride, Gloria (nee Feldman), to he pronounced, not at all sol-
Lincolndale and later to Mount (Geller didn’t limit himself to emnly: “I am not a member of
In a 2015 interview published Kisco. ey eventually bought a just writing about politics, he
in the North Salem News, Geller home in North Salem in 1956 also ran for the New York State
guessed that his leadership abili- for $23,000. Assembly in 1986.)
ties came naturally.
e couple had three daugh- After leading his guests in a
“I always knew the impor- ters—JeriAnn, Sharon and
tance of being involved and be- Nisa—and he now has seven
ing informed,” he said. grandchildren. Back then, it was
possible to comfortably support
A Bronx native, Geller joined a family on a journalist’s salary,
the Signal Corps for which his Geller recalled at the soiree.
duties included guarding a de-
serted depot in Brooklyn where Geller, who lost his beloved
unloaded World War I guns wife in 2015, still resides there
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Holiday lights and hot pockets Finding time to do it all

I nd that during the holiday SEASONAL higher than the co ee table. Dear Dr. Linda, STRONG
season, Christmas time espe- TIDBITS My girls will be coming home I’m a guidance counselor in LEARNING
cially, I am reminded of the
holiday classics. “Christmas Vaca- for Christmas. My husband and a local high school. I talk to DR. LINDA
I are so excited, since we have not teachers all day who complain SILBERT
that their students don’t study
tion,”“Skipping Christmas” and of LAURA seen either of them since June. or hand in homework. I talk to at was it. Besides school, he
course “It’s a Wonderful Life.” CAMPAGNA parents all day who complain was on the chess team, tennis
I can’t wait for them to see the that their kids are struggling team, and swim team and he
Each year on Nov. 1, in big bold new lights! I may just climb the because the school isn’t teaching played the violin in the orchestra.
study skills. After a few minutes, I told her
red letters I mark Nov. 27, the attic to add one more Santa and that her son probably didn’t need
To be honest with you, most tutoring. What he needed to do
day before anksgiving, simply nutcracker to the group. of the kids I meet don’t have was cut back on his afterschool
time to study. ey have so many activities, so he’d actually have
“lights.” I know what it means. Someone looking My parents moved to Cape Cod about 15 years after school activities that they time to study.
truly don’t have time. When
at my calendar may think it odd that just the word ago. When they discovered Chatham First Night I bring this up to parents or Although this was an ex-
teachers, they usually give me treme case, it’s not as extreme
lights in red marker is on the calendar. It’s not an it became our go to on New Year’s Eve. First Night the same answer, “Oh, they have as it seems. Most students I
plenty of time to do what they meet with are overbooked,
exact detailed appointment reminder, like dentist is an organized even that happens throughout the want to do.” I don’t think they overstressed, and exhausted.
do. I remember being in high Instead of arranging extra-
at 3 p.m. or football game at 5. Nope it’s just the town of Chatham. Each church, school, restaurant school and college and strug- curricular activities around
gling with time limitations schoolwork, they’re doing the
excitement of the holiday for me! and inn hosts a series of events ranging from a cir- because I was involved with reverse—they’re trying to t
sports. Do you have any sugges- doing schoolwork into crammed
I always think that I will have the spectacular cus to award winning A capella groups and a noise tions that I can share with my afterschool schedules.
light show for the neighborhood. I admire Clark parade on Main Street. Ask anyone who knows me Develop a time management
Gregg, Guidance Counselor grid and have your students
Griswold in the scene of Christmas Vacation, and they will tell you I am obsessed with Bucky the complete it. It’s simple. On a
Dear Gregg, standard sheet of paper, draw a
when he nally ips the switch and his house and clown from the circus. We took a picture together You’re right on! So many table with eight columns and 19
rows. In the left column, write
yard are aglow with a blinding hue. What I wind on New Year’s 2004 and I had him sign it 10 years teachers and parents focus on “TIME” in the top box/cell and
study skills being a problem then underneath start at 6 a.m.
up with is lines of lights that are pieced together later, and then 4 years later. He loved it and com- when, in fact, students with the and enter every hour through
best study skills will still not do 11 p.m. Across the top of the
with duct tape. I never ever get the timer set right mented how old we both have gotten. Hard to tell well in school if they don’t have other columns, write the days
the time to put them in practice. of the week. You can save time
and the lights on the left side of the house goes on how a clown ages with all of that makeup on, but and download a copy of a Time
I received a call from a mom Management Grid from our
at 4 p.m. and the right side goes on at 8, just as the he was correct in that I aged. e photo hangs telling me that her ninth-grade
son needed a tutor because he SEE DR. LINDA PAGE 12
rst side is turning o . By Dec. 1 the only light on my fridge. We have shared First Night with wasn’t doing well in any subject.
She told me that she’d like for
that shines after all that work is my porch light. many family and friends and it is so bittersweet to them to meet with me, so we
looked at our schedules. Her son,
is year I am doing it so it looks like I hired a remember those who can no longer attend, but it is she said, was available from 6
p.m. to 7 p.m. on Friday nights.
bunch of elves. I purchased boxes of the webbed wonderful to make new memories with new family

netting that light up for shrubs last year at Home and friends. I grew up with my Nana’s Christmas

Depot for 90 percent o the original price. It cookies. My daughters have enjoyed them as well,

came out to $3 a box. No duct tape this year. Open but I believe that my mother’s hot pockets have the

box, slap on the light netting, and plug in! Now to warm and loving memories for them my Nanas

master the timer! cookies have for me. My mother makes a batch

Someone wise once said the older you get the of hot pockets and it is our go to snack during the

more crap you have but the less you haul out of evening. She started that tradition shortly after

the attic during the holidays. is is so very true. I our very rst First Night when we could not nd a

used to festoon my house with my collection of 30 restaurant that didn’t have a line or food to satisfy

Santa Clauses, 25 Nutcrackers, Snowmen and their young children. After the circus, which is our rst

families and elves looking down from every corner event for the evening, we head to town and grab

of my house. A tree that was 7 feet tall proudly some other snacks at the local grocery store, nd

displayed family heirloom ornaments. Now I have a parking spot that will make it easy to escape the

a table top Christmas tree with more lights than tra c at 12:30 a.m. and we pass out the hot pock-

ornaments. On my co ee table there are two Santa ets fueling up for the evening.

Clauses that ght for space with the one nutcracker SEE CAMPAGNA PAGE 9
and the elf that can no longer sit on anything

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CAMPAGNA beach. A local Chatham resident created a steel cod to watch the reworks over the bay. I snuggle close to
sh that is lit up. It is the Cape’s version of the Times my loved ones on the beach to keep warm and know
FROM PAGE 8 that there is another hot pock at home waiting for me,
First Night always ends as it begins for us, on the Square Ball. I watch the giant steel cod slowly descend and think, it IS a wonderful life.
from its crane, countdown to midnight and then turn

Holiday Hot Pockets To prepare the crust: dough to a 1/8-inch thickness. Cut it into ten 5-inch
For the crust: squares and place 2 tablespoons of the filling in
In a large bowl combine the flour and salt. the center of each. Dampen 2 adjacent sides of
1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour Cut in the margarine and butter using a pastry each square with water then fold over to form a
1/2 teaspoon salt blender or 2 knives until the mixture resembles triangle. Crimp the edges with a fork.
6 tablespoons (3/4 stick) cold margarine, cut into coarse meal. Add 5 tablespoons of the water and Bake on greased baking sheets until golden brown
pieces stir lightly with a fork until the mixture forms dough about 20 to 25 minutes.
1/4 cup (1/2 stick) cold unsalted butter cut into Filling: Heat the oil in a 12- inch skillet over Cool on wire racks. Serve hot or at room
pieces moderate heat temperature. Makes 10 turnovers
5 to 6 tablespoons ice water Add the onion and sauté until soft - about 5
minutes. Add the garlic and beef, sauté
For the filling: until the beef is browned -about 5
2 teaspoons olive oil minutes. Stir in the Coriander, Cumin,
I small yellow onion, finely chopped Cinnamon and salt and sauté 30
I clove garlic, finely chopped seconds more.
8 ounces ground beef Add tomato and simmer uncovered
1/2 teaspoon each ground coriander and ground until the mixture has thickened
cumin about 25 minutes. Let cool to room
1/8 teaspoon ground temperature
cinnamon Preheat the oven to 350° F. Rollout the
1/4 teaspoon salt
1 large tomato chopped
(about 3/4 cup)

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e Ruth Keeler Memorial Library hosted
another special e ects makeup workshop on
Sunday, Dec. 15, with Christina Vida Artistry.

Alex, 11, working on icy veins.
Abigail, 13,

creating a wound.

Grace, 14, trying out several new techniques.

Holiday Fantasy workshop participants.

Maureen, 16, exposed to the bitter cold.

rsday, December 19, 2019 Page 11

Claire, 12, defining a deep wound.

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Page 12 – North Salem News OPINION Thursday, December 19, 2019

DR. LINDA Some of your students Join the club
will be shocked to nd that
FROM PAGE 8 when they’re ready to enter “Igot an invitation on TRACY husband wondered.
the homework/study time, no Facebook to join the BECKERMAN “Not much, I guess. I think
website at www.StrongLearn- boxes are left. e point is that Magnetic Eyelashes they have insufficient time to Fan Club,” I told my husband it’s more about keeping out the
do schoolwork after school. as I stared at my computer people who pull the door that
Have your students write says push,” I said.
their daily activities in the ey rush through it or don’t
boxes, including travel to do it all because there are just screen. “You know, there is a way
school, class time, and extra- 24 hours in a day and part of
curricular activities. that time is needed for sleep, “What does that even mean,” to stop getting these group
so their brains are refreshed
en, have them highlight and ready to learn new knowl- he asked incredulously. invites,” said my husband.
the boxes. Use one color for edge and skills.
school-related activities (in “It’s a group on Facebook for “What?”
class, after-school activities If studying and getting
like sports, work hours (if ap- homework is a priority, some people who like magnetic eyelashes, I assume.” “Stop going on Facebook,” he said.
plicable), and the hours need- of the other activities will have
ed to get ready for school in to go. It goes without saying “Is that a thing?” he said. “I can’t do that,” I replied.
the morning and eat breakfast/ that the student should be
dinner. (Sleep will be assumed intimately involved in choos- “Apparently,” I said. “Although I have no idea “Why not?”
to be between the hours of ing what will change about
midnight and 6 a.m., although the schedule and the process what a magnetic eyelash is and why I got an “Because then I wouldn’t know what stupid
teenagers need more than six will be a good opportunity for
hours of sleep on average. Use practicing the skill of weighing invite.” Facebook groups my friends are all joining.”
a di erent color to highlight options and making decisions
activities like “must-see TV that will most bene t him or I sighed. is wasn’t the rst time I’d been invit- He sighed and left the room. But the issue
shows,” time spent talking her overall. (And, this process
to friends on the phone or a is good for overbooked, over- ed to join a weird club on Facebook. It seemed like gnawed at me. Every time I went on Facebook,
social media app, time spent at stressed, exhausted adults too.)
religious services or going out recently the invites were coming faster and faster I was being bombarded by invites. In the past 24
with friends or family mem- Dr. Linda
bers, and any other activities and the clubs were becoming more and more ob- hours, I got invites to “People Who Su er from
done on the weekends. Dr. Linda is co-author of
“Building Strong Students, scure. ere was the club for “People Who Prefer the Fear that Somewhere, Somehow, a Duck is
en, use a third color for Emotionally, Socially and
homework/study time. Keep in Cognitively” and director of Camels with One Hump, Not Two.” Yet another Watching You,” “Gnomes are People, Too,” and
mind that the average middle Strong Learning Tutoring
and high school student will and Test Prep. Contact her at club called, “When I was Your Age Pluto Was a the somewhat relatable, “I Use the Word ingy
have about two hours of home- [email protected] or
work a night—maybe three if Planet.” And the ever popular, “Friends Don’t Let When I Forget What It’s Called,” which is a
they’re in honors or AP courses.
Friends Wear Mom Jeans.” I was invited to each group I might actually join. It got to the point

of these and I can’t fathom why. I don’t really have where I was so busy deleting group requests that

any opinions one way or another about any of I almost didn’t have time to tell all my friends I

these, and especially the number of humps a camel secretly prefer camels with one hump.

should have. I’m more concerned with not getting “You know, all these invites got me thinking,” I

too close to a camel so I don’t get spit on. nally said to my husband. “I decided I’m going to

Since my Facebook friends were the ones who start my own Facebook Group.”

were inviting me to join Facebook groups, it “What is it?” he said.

occurred to me that I didn’t need to stop getting “People on Facebook Who Hate Facebook

Facebook group invites. I needed to get some new Groups.”

Facebook friends.

“I got another invite for a group called, “I Al- You can follow Tracy on Facebook at www.facebook.

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Page 14 – North Salem News Sports Thursday, December 19, 2019

Saturday, Dec. 14 (Tournament at Walter Panas)
e consolation game of the Walter Panas tourna-
ment was a rematch from ve days earlier. North Sa-
lem battled Woodlands down the wire but couldn’t dig
themselves out of an early rst-quarter hole.
Scoring by Quarter
• First Quarter: North Salem 9, Woodlands 14

12/9-12/15 • Second Quarter: North Salem 18, Woodlands 18
• ird Quarter: North Salem 17, Woodlands 16

• Fourth Quarter: North Salem 13, Woodlands 13

Don’t see your team’s results or statistics listed? Coaches, Stat Leaders

parents or players can send them to [email protected] Stats were not available for this game.


Boys Basketball (2-4) UPCOMING SCHEDULE
• Saturday, Jan. 4, vs. Haldane (@ Carmel High

School), noon

NORTH SALEM 46 WOODLANDS 61 Girls Basketball (4-2) The Tigers scored their second win of the season behind
Monday, Dec. 9 Christian Norberto’s 21 points on Dec. 11.
Free throws and rebounds made the di erence in last NORTH SALEM 54 VS. WOODLANDS 27
Monday, Dec. 9
week’s road game at Woodlands. Stat Leaders
e home team hit 16 of 19 free throws compared to • Julia DeSanto: 19 points
• Liz Squire: 17 points, 10 rebounds
North Salem’s 6 of 14. Woodlands also pulled down 41 • Amanda Marano: 4 points, 10 rebounds
rebounds (15 o ensive) to North Salem’s 28.
Scoring by Quarter Thursday, Dec. 12 (Bronxville Tournament)
• First: North Salem 13, Woodlands 21 North Salem su ered their second defeat to Valhalla
• Second: North Salem 11, Woodlands 13
• ird: North Salem 12, Woodlands 8 in ve days. On Saturday, Dec. 7, the Tigers fell to the
• Fourth: North Salem 10, Woodlands 19 Vikings, 51-41, in the championship game of a tourna-
Stat Leaders: ment at Keio Academy. North Salem closed the gap this
• Anthony Foglia: 7 points (3-7 FG, 1-1 FT), 7 re- time around but still couldn’t come away with a win.
bounds (3 o ensive)
• Kevin Ryan: 15 points (6-16 FG, 3-7 FT), 2 steals Stat Leaders
• Roger Squire: 9 points (4-12 FG, 1-2 FT), 9 re- • Liz Squire: 23 points
bounds (4 o ensive), 4 steals, 2 assists • Megan Wright: 10 points
• Steven Herlihy: 5 points (2-7 FG), 6 rebounds, 2 • Sydney Jacobsen: 7 points


Wednesday, Dec. 11 Saturday, Dec. 14 (Bronxville Tournament)

Christian Norberto’s 21 points led the way o ensively Liz Squire, who was named to the All-Tournament

while Anthony Foglia dominated the boards, pulling team, powered North Salem to a 45-30 win over Tucka- Anthony Foglia grabbed 12 rebounds (7 offensive) in last
week’s win over Tuckahoe.
down 7 o ensive rebounds. Captain Kevin Ryan had an hoe in the consolation game of the Bronxville Tourna-
all-around game, recording a game-high 7 steals. ment.

Scoring by Quarter Stat Leaders

• First: North Salem 10, Tuckahoe 10 • Liz Squire: 14 points, 7 rebounds, 4 blocks

• Second: North Salem 14, Tuckahoe 4 • Julia DeSanto: 14 points

• ird: North Salem 12, Tuckahoe 20

• Fourth: North Salem 15, Tuckahoe 10 UPCOMING SCHEDULE

Stat Leaders: • Monday, Dec. 16, vs. Irvington, 4:30 p.m.

• Christian Norberto: 21 points (9-19 FG, 1-3 FT), Hockey (2-4)
4 rebounds

• Anthony Foglia: 4 points, 12 rebounds (7 o ensive)

• Kevin Ryan: 7 points (2-8 FG, 3-4 FT), 4 rebounds, BYSNS 0 AT RYE 6

4 assists, 7 steals Wednesday, Dec. 11

• Mike Horan: 11 points (3-11 FG, 4-6 FT), 3 re- Matt Gergley made 27 saves for the BYSNS (pro-

bounds nounced “Bisons”) in their 6-0 loss against Rye at Play-

• Steven Herlihy: 6 points (2-8 FG, 1-2 FT), 5 re- land Ice Casino.



NORTH SALEM 36 VS. BYRAM HILLS 79 • Wednesday, Dec. 18, @ Clarkstown (Palisades Ice

Friday, Dec. 13 (Tournament at Walter Panas) Arena), 6:15 p.m.

North Salem couldn’t keep up with the o ensive re- • Friday, Dec. 20, Clarkstown (Brewster Ice Arena),

power of Byram Hills in the rst round of a four-team 5:30 p.m.

tournament at Walter Panas High School. • Saturday, Dec. 21, @ Briarcli (Westchester Skating

Scoring by Quarter Academy), 9:30 p.m.

• First Quarter: North Salem 11, Byram Hills 18 Follow us on Twitter (@Halston_Sports) for up-to-the-

• Second Quarter: North Salem 2, Byram Hills 14 minute results.

• ird Quarter: North Salem 13, Byram Hills 24

• Fourth Quarter: North Salem 10, Byram Hills 23

Stat Leaders North Salem’s Kevin Ryan
• Roger Squire: 11 points (5-10 FG, 1-1 FT), 3 re- recorded a game-high 7 steals
in the home win over Tuckahoe
bound, 4 blocks
on Wednesday, Dec. 11.
• Christian Norberto: 6 points (2-6 FG), 2 rebounds

• Emmet Halton: 2 assists, 2 rebounds, 2 blocks PHOTOS: BRIAN MARSCHHAUSER

Thursday, December 19, 2019 SPORTS North Salem News – Page 15


Senior co-captain a leader on the court

BY BRIAN MARSCHHAUSER It’s a great time where we bond as a
team through very intense [NBA]

2K games and highly intellectual

Steven Herlihy is co-captain of conversations. Well, maybe they’re

the North Salem boys’ basketball not so intellectual.

team. One personal pregame ritual

e boys’ basketball team has a that I always do for home games

new coach this season. How has is sit on our bench a couple min-

the team adapted to Coach Chris utes before tip-o . It helps me get

Regan and his new system? into a focused yet relaxed mindset

All of us have been in the when I see my friends going crazy

program at some point in time in the stands.

throughout high school, so every- Who has been your biggest role

one kind of knows what his coach- model over the years and what

ing style is like (Regan coached ju- have you learned from them?

nior varsity). Also, many of us have My biggest role model de nitely

had him as a teacher, so we know has been my brother,Tim, who has

what he’s like not only on the court autism. His infectious smile and

but o the court as well. So, I’d say always joyous attitude reminds me

all of us have had a seamless transi- every day what life is really about.

tion so far to his coaching style. I could come home and be mad

However, Coach Regan’s com- about a grade, sporting event, or

plex o ensive and out of bounds friend but when I see him it just

plays have really tested some of our reinforces what truly matters and

players’ mental capacity. But after that I should be thankful for what

a few scrimmages and our rst I have. Also, his expertise in video

game, I believe our team has really games and passion for superhero

bought into his new system and movies are two hobbies that my

have shone at times why we can be family enjoys whenever a new video

a dangerous team in Class B. game or movie comes out. Well... I

Do you have any individual know that I enjoy this at least.

or team goals for the upcoming Tell us one thing about

season? yourself that not a lot of people

First as an individual, I want to know?

be the best leader I can be every I’m a co ee connoisseur.

time our team steps on the court. Do you know what you want

As much as I’d like to say that to study in college? If yes, what

I’ll be going to the NBA some- are you planning on studying

day, I know that the ball will stop and why? PHOTO: BRIAN MARSCHHAUSER

bouncing pretty soon for myself. I want to study sports or busi- Steven Herlihy gets by a Tuckahoe defender in a 51-44 win on Dec. 11.
So, I just want to be remembered ness analytics in college. After

by my teammates as someone they taking part in a program over the

respect and had fun playing with. summer at the Wharton School at Probably the ability to y be- Being a part of the basketball have made in your normal life if

As a team, our goal every year is the University of Pennsylvania, I cause I’ve always wondered what it team has taught me so many life not for basketball. Kids should ul-

to compete for a league title. But was able to learn more about how would be like to dunk. lessons. It teaches you how to han- timately go out for the team in the

this year one of our team goals sports, data and computing work What is your favorite place to dle adversity, how to work hard future because Coach Regan will

this year is to nish as an upper- in the sporting world. Learning visit on vacation and why? and how to pay attention to de- teach you the game and life les-

echelon team in Class B when the from some of the best profes- Our family always has a house tails. Also, it gives you a chance to sons that will only bene t you in

regular season has nished. We sors and executives that deal with in Ocean City, N.J. I like it because make friendships that you’d never the long run.

have the talent to be a very good sports and statistics really got me it’s where I get to work on my mini

team. But we just got to take it one to focus in on sports/business ana- golf game on the boardwalk and a MECHANIC-FLEET
game at a time and not overlook lytics. I can’t guarantee that every- place where I can relax and spend MAINTENANCE
any of our opponents. one will get the same experience good quality time with my family
that I did. I would highly recom- members.
How old were you when you mend anyone’s who’s interested in
started playing basketball and Favorite place to eat locally?

what got you started? sports and math to apply to this ere are so many good places

I started playing basketball in once in a lifetime experience. to eat locally but if I have to choose

third grade. My dad said, “You What is your favorite sports one, I’d say 121 Restaurant due to

should try recreational basketball.” team (pro or college)? the superb food, great service and

And ever since then, I’ve grown to My favorite sports team is the ve-minute distance from my

enjoy basketball more and more. outstanding New York Jets. My house. George Hildebrandt, Inc. seeks to hire a
Even though my team went 0-13 family is die-hard jets fans. We What’s the go-to app on your

my rst season ever playing rec have season tickets and all of my phone and why? truck/trailer maintenance mechanic to work

basketball. siblings are named after the Jets. It’s de nitely the ESPN Fantasy at our Hudson, NY location. This is a day
What is your favorite team shift opportunity with competitive wage,
J(oan) E(llen) T(im) S(teven). Sports app. It serves as a daily re- health/dental,401K and a EOE employer
activity or pregame or post-
game ritual that you share with What is your favorite music to minder of how much better I am

listen to warming up for a game? at fantasy football then my friends.

your teammates? What about a My favorite music to listen to For a young athlete growing email resume to: [email protected]
personal pregame or postgame warming up has to be anything up in the North Salem school Or send via US Mail to:
ritual? from Lil Baby, Gunna, Migos or district, what would you tell

My favorite team activity de - Future. them about the experience of George Hildebrandt Inc., Attn: VM Dept.,

nitely has to be the team dinners. If you could have one super- being part of the basketball team 412 Stone Mill Road, Hudson, NY 12534

We usually go to one of the cap- power, what would it be and and why should they go out for

tain’s houses and have dinner there. why? the team?

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Dreyer commits to
SUNY Canton

BY BRIAN MARSCHHAUSER Emily Dreyer goes up for the
SPORTS EDITOR ball in a Class C playoff win

North Salem’s Emily Dreyer will continue her volleyball career next year at SUNY over Hamilton in October.


A co-captain for the Tigers this fall, Dreyer helped lead North Salem to their best

season in many years, including a home playo win in the opening round of the Sec-

tion 1 Class C tournament.

Canton, a village in St. Lawrence County, is located about 300 miles northwest of

North Salem.

Dreyer said the school was a good t for her, both athletically and academically. She

plans on studying criminal investigation at the school, hoping to one day work in a

forensics lab.

She visited SUNY Canton earlier in the fall, when she had a good meeting with her

future teammates.

Dreyer connected with Canton’s coaches through the app, FieldLevel, where varsity

athletes can upload highlights and statistics to their pro les.

Joining the team, she said, “Would make the transition from high school to college

so much easier because you have a built-

in family.”

Dreyer has been playing volleyball

since the eighth grade. “I kind of fell in

love with the sport,” she said. “ ere’s al-

ways something happening.”

Playing the sport, she said, has helped

her socially and academically.

“When I was younger, I was very shy,”

Dreyer said. “ roughout high school, I

developed more as a leader.”

Being active in athletics, Dreyer said,

also helps her focus in the classroom be-

cause having responsibilities helps her

with time management.

“My grades are always higher when I

play a sport,” Dreyer said.

Dreyer credited her club and high

school coaches for helping her grow as

a player. North Salem’s head coach, John

Veteri, moved her to a new position this

fall, where she thrived.

“I just came out of my shell,” Dreyer


e high- ying Dreyer is ready to suit North Salem coach John Veteri with Emily Dreyer
up for the aptly-named Kangaroos in

“I’m beyond excited,” Dreyer said.


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LEGALS LLC FORMATION NOTICE GRAVEL Road, North Salem. Only bids services awarded as a result of
this bid request in accordance
FROM PAGE 18 Baksh and Rivera Legacy CRUSHED STONE submitted on these forms will be with the latest amendments to
LLC. Articles of Organization WASHED AND SCREENED NYS GML 100 through 104.
LIMITED LIABILITY GRAVEL considered. In awarding FOB However, it is understood that
COMPANY led with Secretary of State FLAKED CALCIUM the extension of such contracts
of New York (SSNY) on CHLORIDE contracts, the Town will take are at the discretion of the vendor,
Notice of Formation of 11/22/2019. O ce Location: LIQUID MAGNESIUM and the vendor is only bound to
Treehouse Homestead LLC. Art Westchester. SSNY designated CHLORIDE into consideration the distance any contract between the Town
of Org led with Secy of State as agent of LLC upon whom BITUMINOUS CONCRETE of North Salem and the vendor.
of NY (SSNY) on 7/29/19. process against it may be served. CRUSHED TRAP ROCK from the Town, the availability Additionally, the Town reserves
O ce location: Westchester. SSNY shall mail copy of process STREET SWEEPING the right to purchase any goods
SSNY designated agent upon to: 206 Stone Avenue, Yonkers, CATCH BASIN/CULVERT of materials and the methods or services included as part of
whom process may be served. NY 1070 Purpose: All Lawful. CLEANING this bid request from any means
Address to which the SSNY #2 FUEL OIL HEATING of loading materials onto Town legally available to it at any time.
shall mail copy of any process PUBLIC NOTICE #4 FILTER STONE
served against the LLC is: P. TOWN OF NORTH SALEM LOW SULFUR DIESEL FUEL trucks. Samples may be taken It is intended that contracts for
Carroll, 1825 Maple Hill St, WESTCHESTER COUNTY, FOR VEHICLES the purchase of the above items
Yorktown Heights, NY 10598. CRUSHED RUN STONE to assure proper gradient and will be awarded by the Town
NY GUIDE RAIL MATERIALS & Board to the lowest responsible
e principal business address INSTALLATION quality. Delivered and FOB bidder. e Town Board reserves
of the LLC is: 1825 Maple Please take notice that TAILINGS the right to reject any and all bids
Hill St, Yorktown Heights, NY pursuant to the resolution of SNOW PLOW BLADES bids will be awarded separately and re-advertise for new bids at
10598. Purpose: any lawful act the Town Board of the Town of SUBBASE COURSE #1 its discretion.
or activity. North Salem, New York, sealed GRADER BLADES according to each item.
bids for the purchase of the CRUSHED GRAVEL By Order Of e North Salem
LLC FORMATION NOTICE following highway materials and DRY SCREENED SAND ALL BIDS MUST BE Town Board
services will be received at the WASHED CONCRETE SAND
Israel Franco LLC, Arts of Town Clerk’s O ce, 266 Titicus ACCOMPANIED BY A Maria C. Hlushko, Town Clerk
Org. led with Sec. of State Road, North Salem, New York All of the above materials
of NY (SSNY) 7/18/2019. until 1:00 pm on January 8, 2020 must conform to New York State STATEMENT OF NON-
Cty: Westchester. SSNY desig. at which time all bids will be Department of Public Works
as agent upon whom process opened and read aloud. Speci cations. COLLUSION, WITH
against may be served & shall
mail process to 2 West Way, BANK RUN GRAVEL Detailed Speci cations and A RESOLUTION (IF A
Chappaqua, NY 10514. General ENVIROPAVE bid forms may be obtained from
Purpose. CRUSHED BANK RUN the Town Clerk at 266 Titicus CORPORATION).

e Town of North Salem

reserves the right to allow all

municipal and not for pro t

organizations authorized under

the General Municipal Laws

of the State of New York, to

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