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Yorktown News 06.16.2022

Vol. 11 No. 13 Visit for the latest news. Thursday, June 16, 2022

Par 3 golf course could open soon

BY BRIAN MARSCHHAUSER • HOST outdoor activities, such as obtaining a stormwater permit. A stop- Valley Fields. e town entered into a 10-
EDITOR movie nights, astronomy nights, charity work order, issued immediately, was lifted year lease agreement with RC Recreation,
fundraising events, and weddings. on July 24 when the permit was obtained. whose president, Rocco Cambareri, died
It’s almost time to party at the Par 3. in 2017 before his vision could be ful lled.
e long-awaited golf course, in de- • INSTALL “pagoda-type” outdoor e state issued nes totaling $18,650. A year later, one of Cambareri’s business
coverings, tents for special events, and However, RC Recreation only has to pay partners took over and the lease with RC
velopment since 2014, could be open by “elegant” mobile restrooms when neces- $10,000. e rest of the ne was sus- Recreation was extended through 2028.
Independence Day, elected o cials said sary. pended so long as terms of the order are
last week. e nine-hole course and club- met. e order requires a $4,000 payment On Dec. 6, 2021, the Planning Board
house are located on 13.9 acres of town- • BUILD an indoor golf-training facil- to be made immediately; another $3,000 approved a site plan for the Valley Fields
owned property on Route 6 near the ity with golf and putting simulators. within 30 days; and the nal $3,000 with- Golf Course and clubhouse.
Taconic State Parkway. in 60 days.
• ALLOW Yorktown sports teams to “I think the Town Board is very excited
“We are very excited to welcome the utilize the facilities. e property was once home to Shal- to see this operate, to see it succeed,” Slat-
golf course and see it nally operating,” low Greek Golf Course, which closed in er said. “July 4 is what they’ve intimated
Town Supervisor Matt Slater said at the • DEVELOP a “Great Lawn” program 2007. Seven years later, the town agreed to the town. We’ll wait and see, but hope-
June 7 Town Board meeting. “I get ques- (similar to Central Park’s) for concerts, to move forward with a plan to restore the fully we’re going to be swinging some golf
tions about it on a daily basis.” theater, and more. property as a Par 3 golf course renamed clubs over at the Par 3 golf course.”

is isn’t the rst time that elected of- Authorizing these improvements does
cials have pushed for the golf course’s not guarantee they’ll come to fruition.
opening. Last year, the town was hopeful
for a Memorial Day opening, with July 4 “We’re just making sure that everyone
as the fallback date. Both dates came and has a clear understanding of what the
went, and the course remained closed. expectations and rules of engagement
Since then, the Par 3 golf course op- are for those future enhancements to the
erators have won town Planning Board property, which may or may not come,”
approval and have resolved long-standing Slater said.
issues with the state’s Department of En-
vironmental Conservation (DEC). e Last month, the DEC levied a $10,000
Town Board also amended a local law ne against the town stemming from un-
allowing alcohol to be sold at the golf permitted work dating back to 2020. e
course’s clubhouse. golf course operator, RC Recreation, has
At last week’s meeting, the board fur- agreed to pay the ne, according to last
ther amended its concessions agreement week’s Town Board resolution.
with Valley Fields Golf Course, allowing Sometime before January 2020, con-
it to: tractors had begun “ lling, grading, and
• INSTALL an outdoor grill/BBQ excavating drainage ditches” within a reg-
smoker and pizza brick oven as part of its ulated wetland area, according to an order
permanent outdoor dining patio. that was agreed to by the town of Yor-
• INSTALL a seasonal ice-skating rink. ktown on May 17. A permit, which was
required for this work, was not obtained.
About two months later, state inves-
tigators found that contractors “had
disturbed more than one acre” without

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The Staff Grace removed from lieutenant governor ballot

EDITORIAL TEAM BY BRIAN MARSCHHAUSER to le 15,000 signatures, which of lieutenant governor candidate reviewed these new objections at
BRIAN MARSCHHAUSER EDITOR he surpassed. However, 1,468 of Allison Esposito, who will now the court’s request, con rming
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An impressive rebound a game
of one-
Yorktown on-one

basketball Parks and Rec
Jim Martorano
reopens after Jr. plays a game

renovations of knockout.

Impromptu games of one- Yorktown High PHOTOS: BRIAN MARSCHHAUSER
on-one and knockout broke School varsity
out last week at the newly re-
habbed town basketball court coach Mark
in Railroad Park, where doz- Pavella tries to
ens of residents had gathered
to celebrate its reopening. knock out his
assistant coach
Children and adults alike, Mike Nardone.
including several town of-
Getting ready to cut the ribbon
cials, put up some shots on
the sunny Friday evening
( June 10) as party tunes
blasted over a boombox.

e $70,000 renewal, ap-
proved by the Town Board,
began in February with the
demolition of the old court,
which had not been upgrad-
ed in nearly three decades
and was “crumbling apart,”
Jim Martorano Jr., parks and
recreation superintendent,
said at the time.

Four months later, Mar-
torano was thrilled to cel-
ebrate the court’s reopening.

“It was truly a team e ort
to get this done,” Martorano
said, noting the work done
by the Parks and Recreation
Commission, the engineer-
ing department led by Town
Engineer Dan Ciarcia, and
the highway department led
by Highway Superintendent
Dave Paganelli.

Town Supervisor Matt
Slater returned the love. “Jim
doesn’t like to thank himself,
but for the Parks and Rec
Department, they’ve done a
fantastic job.”

Slater said parks and rec-
reation Commissioner John
Campobasso was a motivat-
ing force behind the project.
“He said it’s time we get it
back to the glory days of bas-
ketball here in the Heights
hamlet. It’s time we get this
court up to snu , a great spot
for kids to come and enjoy a
great day like today.”

Others attending the
ceremony included Town
Councilman Sergio Esposi-
to, Yorktown Central School
District Athletic Direc-
tor Rob Barrett, and several
members of the Yorktown
High School varsity basket-
ball team.

–Brian Marschhauser

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Teens arrested in graffiti case

BY SOPHIA CASELNOVA will stand up against you every PHOTO: SOPHIA CASELNOVA addition to pursuing legal action.
STAFF WRITER single time. We will pursue you A unity mural has been pro-
and we hope with the support Town officials and the Yorktown Police Department announce the
e Yorktown Police Depart- and assistance of the District At- arrests on June 8. posed for the area and educa-
ment has completed its investiga- torney’s o ce you will be held tional programs are being devel-
tion on the racist and antisemitic accountable to the fullest extent ey were arrested, processed, Noble said he wanted to rec- oped to inform people as a means
gra ti that was discovered last of the law.”’ of helping them understand the
month under a Yorktown bridge. and given appearance tickets. ognize the e orts of Police Of- wrong in their words and actions.
An “antisemitic statement”
As previously reported, the and a swastika were found under e 18-year-old is to appear cer James Hannigan and other At the Town Board meeting
gra ti was found on a Taconic the overpass, the police depart- on June 7, Myra Clark-Siegel,
State Parkway overpass on Cro- ment said. Also spraypainted on in the Yorktown Justice Court members of the department who regional director of the Ameri-
ton Dam Road and was reported the wall was a person’s name fol- can Jewish Committee, gave a
to the Yorktown Police Depart- lowed by “hates n*****s.” on June 23. e other three de- investigated the crime. presentation on antisemitism and
ment on May 21. the importance of understanding
e name belonged to an in- fendants were set to appear at the Jewish community.
ree 17-year-olds and one nocent classmate who the teens
18-year-old from Croton-on- attempted to implicate in the the Westchester County De- YORKTOWN’S RESPONSE “We felt it was important to
Hudson were arrested and crime, police said. begin inviting people who can
charged with second-degree partment of Probation in White Town o cials are taking vari- shed some light and education to
criminal impersonation (Class A “At the end of the day, these our community on topics such as
misdemeanor) and third-degree are kids who used attention- Plains on June 16. ous steps to respond to this in racism and antisemitism,” Slater
criminal mischief (Class E felony). grabbing fear and hysteria, using said.
racial and antisemitic language,
At a press conference on June to attempt to cause issues for a e board also approved an
8, town o cials gathered at the peer,” said Police Chief Robert antisemitism policy that provides
Yorktown Police Department to Noble. He suggested the teens a clear de nition of the meaning
explain the resolution of the in- speak with Black and Jewish of antisemitism, as suggested by
cident and how the investigation leaders to recognize the e ect Clark-Siegel. e hopes of this
was handled. that these words can have. action is that people can be edu-
cated by this policy and learn to
“My hope is this sends a very e gra ti, which was cov- be allies, learn to advocate, iden-
clear message to anyone who ered up by the New York State tify racist tropes, and to provide
wants to spread vile, racist hate in Department of Transportation, support and resources. is policy
our community, or anyone who caused $631 worth of damage, is in conjunction with the Work-
wants to bring vile, racist hate to according to Yorktown police. ing De nition of Antisemitism
our community,” said Town Su- as adopted by the International
pervisor Matt Slater. “Our police Last week, the teens surren- Holocaust Remembrance Alli-
department and our community dered to the charges at Yorktown ance. 
Police Department headquarters.

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A. With a Moh’s procedure, the cancer is cut out, patients who might not tolerate surgery. In
leaving behind a hole which is lled with skin from Westchester County, we have a high population
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With conventional radiation for skin cancer, not only this treatment has worked really well for them.
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Ethics investigation comes up empty

Recommendations made to strengthen code

BY BRIAN MARSCHHAUSER through a law rm it had commissioned. Despite the board member’s recusal from “Our Ethics Board was tasked with
EDITOR e cost of the investigation is not clear. that point forward, the Board of Ethics a serious investigation,” Glass said. “As
still found that he violated the ethics code Supervisor Slater stated last week, their
An attorney tasked with investigating As of June 8, the town said it had not and recommended that he be publicly diligence is to be commended. But their
last year’s disclosure of an ethics report to received an invoice from Bleakley, Platt & censured by the Town Board. A minority diligence is rendered meaningless if the
Yorktown News was unable to pinpoint Schmidt. opinion of the board went further, calling Town Board can simply hide conclusions
the leak, he told the Town Board last week. for an investigation into other potential not to their liking.”
Unable to nd evidence that somebody con icts of interest.
“We’ve interviewed everybody involved, leaked the report, Harrington instead Richard Rubenstein, a former chair
and there simply isn’t any evidence to focused his June 7 presentation on e Town Board never acted on of the Board of Ethics, has long called
suggest who might have done that,” said methods to bolster to town’s ethics code. the Board of Ethics’ recommendation. for reform to the town’s ethics code.
Bill Harrington of Bleakley, Platt & He said the code should be amended However, the Planning Board member In an interview last week, Rubenstein
Schmidt. to clearly state that the Board of Ethics’ resigned his post around the same time, maintained the need for “signi cant
deliberations and recommendations are which he said was a coincidence. changes.”
Last year, the Board of Ethics con dential and cannot be disclosed.
investigated the actions of a former Tim Glass, the Yorktown resident who “I believe the ethics board should act
Planning Board member, who was e attorney also recommended that all made the complaint about the Planning independently from the Town Board,”
accused by a resident of violating the town business be conducted on the town’s Board member, called Harrington’s Rubenstein said. “Having the ethics
town’s ethics code. e Board of Ethics servers, as opposed to using personal email recommendations “valid” but said his committee act as an advisory board only
conducts investigations, but its ndings addresses. Harrington said this would report “misses the point.” is kind of like asking the fox to guard the
remain con dential unless acted on by the make it easier to detect a leak. henhouse.”
Town Board, whose members also review “In November of 2020, a complaint was
its recommendations. “I think the recommendations you submitted to our Ethics Board alleging Years ago, Rubenstein said he expressed
provided make sense, especially regarding these desires to the Town Board, which
Yorktown News attempted to obtain the town server,” said Town Supervisor nancial impropriety on the part of a “shot down the proposal.”
a copy of the ethics board’s report from Matt Slater. “It’s comforting to know Planning Board member,” Glass told
the town through the state’s Freedom of there was nothing done — or at least there Yorktown News. “Neither Mr. Harrington He added that the Board of Ethics’
Information Law. was no evidence of anything that was done nor Town Board members have addressed recommendations “should generally be
maliciously.” this. Instead, they have shifted their focus kept con dential until the governing body
When the town denied that public to the leak of the report and how the ethics determines what action to take. Once
records request, Yorktown News obtained Yorktown News was not contacted by code might be strengthened.” the governing body decides that there
the Board of Ethics’ ndings from another the attorney for this investigation. has been a violation of the ethics code, it
source. e ndings were then reported He accused the Town Board of should be made public.”Ethics complaints
on by this paper in May 2021, prompting In the leaked documents, it was revealed de ecting from the issue, including the should remain con dential if no violation
the Town Board to investigate the leak that the Planning Board member, who is a contents of the leaked Board of Ethics is found, Rubenstein said.
real estate agent, agreed to list a property report.
that was pending before the board.

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Yorktown business collects books Water meter, sewer
extension projects
Genesis Jewelers
has collected more

than 1,000 books move forward
in support of the
914Cares Literacy


e family-owned BY SOPHIA CASELNOVA be able to access a customer portal
business asked resi- STAFF WRITER through the Joint Water Works,where

dents to donate chil- they can track their water usage.Prop-
dren’s books that local e town’s years-long e orts to erty owners will also no longer need to

families have out- replace water meters and expand the have someone come out to their home

grown. Books were Hallocks Mill Sewer District are - and read the smart meter because it

dropped o at its Tri- nally moving forward. will be done electronically. e Wa-

angle Center store- e Town Board approved funding ter Department will be able to notify
front. for the projects at its meeting on June residents of potential water use issues

e 914Cares Lit- 7 following public hearings. prior to them receiving their bill.

eracy Library provides To fund the installation of 4,500 Rundle said he expects the installa-

books to families and new water meters throughout York- tion to start this summer.

school districts in town, the town has issued a $1.8 mil- It is possible for some homeowners

Westchester County lion bond. After the resolution’s pass- to see an increase on their bills due to

communities with ing last week, Water Superintendent the accuracy of the new meter read-
lower resources. All Ken Rundle hopes to start the project ings. Readings may not be as accurate

books distributed are as soon as possible. of a re ection on bills with the out-

in good, clean condi- “I’m hoping that I can make a dated meters and some residents may

tion and inspected phone call tomorrow morning and say be paying less than they should be, or

by 914Cares for age- Lara and Steve Galper of Genesis Jewelers PHOTO: VIM WILKINSON let’s get the ball rolling,”Rundle said. more than they should be.
With the new meters, residents will



e Hallocks Mill Sewer Dis-

trict Extension project also saw

resolutions passed in its favor at the

June 7 Town Board Meeting.

Discussion of the project began

in June 2018 when the town began
looking into the ability to install

new sewers within the Hallocks

Mill Sewer District.

“Tonight’s the culmination of a

long journey,” said Town Engineer

Dan Ciarcia.

e project has a price tag of
$14.3 million. e town has se-

cured funding for most of the proj-

ect, with $10 million coming from

the East of Hudson Fund and an-

other $1.2 million in federal money

earmarked by Congressman Mon-

daire Jones. at means the town
needs to nd an additional $3.1


e project includes 310 proper-

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