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Published by Halston Media, 2020-09-16 13:53:13

The Somers Record 09.17.20

Vol. 10 No. 22 Visit for the latest news. Thursday, September 17, 2020

Absentee voting
allowed on sewer
district referendum

Vote to be held Nov. 10

STAFF WRITER said ursday that absentee and
Matthew Tuttle, third from left, suffered a heart attack but was saved by co-workers and other a davit ballots will be validated
emergency personnel: Dick Harvey, Bill Rothschild, Kelsey Dworjan, Brian Fleming, and Ron Pugh. Whether a controversial $62.2 and counted publically.
million sewer project slated for
Somers FD assist in saving Lake Shenorock and Lake Lin- Supervisor Rick Morrissey
paramedic’s life colndale goes down the drain or said ursday, Sept. 10, that he
not will be entirely up to voters was “pleased” that voters can cast
BY BRIAN MARSCHHAUSER fortuitous a situation as Matthew CPR on Tuttle. And in less than this fall. absentee ballots.
EDITOR Tuttle was on Sunday, Aug. 2. a minute, he had been connected
to an electrocardiogram machine. After hearing from both foes “I stated this early on that I
Never is there a good time to Within 5 seconds of collapsing and backers of the plan at a thought it was important for
su er a heart attack. But if one on the Northern County Trailway So,how to explain the seemingly lengthy and at times contentious everyone to be represented in
is destined to go into cardiac ar- while returning to Yorktown miraculous response time? public hearing last week, the this vote,” he said. “To everyone
rest, one can only hope to be in as on a round-trip bicycle ride to Somers Town Board scheduled a opposed and to everyone for
Brewster, a paramedic had started SEE PARAMEDICS PAGE 6 mandatory referendum for Tues- this, everyone is going to get the
day, Nov. 10, at Town Hall. chance to exercise their right to
vote on this project.”
Besides voting in person via a
machine provided by the county PUBLIC OPINIONS HEARD
Board of Elections, property As they have at past meetings,
owners in the two communities
can cast ballots by mail as well. opponents questioned the town’s
motives, claiming that its true
Town attorney Roland A. intent is to raise revenues and
Baroni Jr., citing state laws on pave the way for future develop-
the formation of special districts, ment.
had told residents last October
that absentee balloting wouldn’t Some critics continue to al-
be an option, but due to sweep- lege that the town has ignored
ing election reforms recently ad- less expensive and less invasive
opted by Albany, that’s no longer solutions to ensuring the health
the case.

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The Staff Sept. 22 is National Voter Registration Day

EDITORIAL TEAM League of Women Voters holds registration drive
In celebration of National vance of Election Day. Regis- We hope everyone will take ad- istration Day since its incep-
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BRIAN MARSCHHAUSER Tuesday, September 22, the to COVID-19 guidelines, make their voices heard.” Friday, October 9, is the
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PARAMEDICS the paramedics,hung up the phone woke up again.” He attributes Tuttle’s repeated out of the hospital and recovering.
and immediately started chest Members of the Somers Vol- waking to the rapid CPR that “If it wasn’t for them, I wouldn’t
FROM PAGE 1 compressions and administering was performed by paramedics. “If
mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. unteer Fire Department had now there’s a moral to this whole story be here,”Tuttle said.“It’s so hard to
Tuttle, a Yorktown-based para- Incredibly,Tuttle came to. started to arrive. Rothschild then to the public: Learn CPR,” Roth- come up with something to say. It
medic with Empress EMS, had called the Westchester Medical schild said. was the right place, the right time,
been riding on the trail with two of “He didn’t just start breathing Center in Valhalla and asked them the right people.”
his co-workers. One of them, Bill again,” Rothschild said. “He woke to prepare their cardiac catheter- An ambulance packed with
Rothschild, was riding alongside up, sat up. He was talking, he was ization lab for a patient. paramedics, including Dworjan, Rothschild said the situation
Tuttle while the other had gone confused at where he was. He was now en route to Valhalla. turned out as good as they could
farther ahead. ey were near the didn’t know where he was, but he “A cardiac cath lab is not the During the ride, she called Tuttle’s have hoped.
Putnam-Westchester border when was talking, which is completely kind of thing that’s open on wife, Victoria, who is a nurse.
Tuttle began complaining of chest unheard of.” a weekend,” Rothschild said. “A whole lot of lucky things
pains and asked paramedics to “ ere’s people on call but they’re “I wanted to be like,’ Matt is happened,” Rothschild said, in-
come and perform an EKG,which At that moment, paramedics not in the hospital. ey have to currently awake, and he’s talking, cluding the availability of all of the
detects heart problems.Rothschild Dick Harvey and Kelsey Dworjan come in from home, wash their and he’s good, and his vital signs emergency personnel, who fortu-
urged Tuttle to hold out a little arrived. Because it was raining and hands, put out the welcome mat, are really stable, but like, you know, nately were not on other calls. He
longer, until they made it to the Tuttle had been sweating, using and put the lights on. I said, ‘Start 10 minutes ago he was in cardiac also said the familiar location was
Granite Springs Road crossing electrodes to hook Tuttle up to the doing that.’” arrest,’ ” Dworjan said. “She’s like, fortunate.
near the border of Somers and EKG machine was a “non-starter.” ‘I’m coming to New York.’”
Yorktown, where Rothschild re- So they used de brillation pads, For the third time, Tuttle fell “Had we been in Putnam
quested Yorktown paramedics to which Rothschild describes as unconscious. Tuttle, who was raised locally County when this happened, I
meet them. “pancakes with crazy glue.” With- and has worked for Empress for wouldn’t have even known where I
in a minute of being connected, “We all kind of looked at each 23 years, lives with his family in was. If we were on a more isolated
“Matt and I took a very gentle Tuttle fell unconscious again. other like, ‘Not again,’ ” Dworjan Pennsylvania. part of the trail… ere are many,
ride there,” Rothschild said. “Matt said. “We just saw the worst thing many ways this could have gone
got o his bike and says, ‘ is “Now, there was no guess work,” that a lot of us had seen in a very “Because of the hours I work, the other way, but a lot of pieces
is getting quite a bit worse.’ ” So Rothschild said. “He was on an long time, if not ever, on the job. commuting is not an issue,”Tuttle clicked just right.”
Rothschild again called the para- EKG machine. Matt is in ventric- said. “I do two 24s and then I’m
medics, who were now just sec- ular brillation. His heart is not en we did it again, ve minutes done.” Perhaps most fortunate was that
onds away on Curry Street. producing any output; you have later.” he was riding with people trained
to shock him. Kelsey charged up At the medical center, Tuttle to save lives. In Dworjan’s case, she
As they were talking,Rothschild the machine to shock him. ey After being shocked with the spent 25 minutes in the emergen- learned from Tuttle.
said, “I heard the sound of Matt delivered the shock, and before we de brillators,Tuttle woke up again, cy room before being transferred
crashing to the ground.” He told could even assess for a pulse, Matt this time with a CPR machine at- to the cardiac catheterization lab, “He taught he how to be a med-
tached to him,“which nobody had which was ready thanks to Roth- ic,” Dworjan said. “It was such an
ever seen,” Rothschild said. “ at schild’s quick thinking. He is now intricate twist of fate to be able to
just doesn’t happen.” return that favor.”

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SEWERS by road salt or lawn fertilizers failing to address residents’ con- the Peekskill plant),” said Bar- “toughest” issues he’s had to deal
rather than failing septic systems, cerns, skirting questions, using oni, adding: “I don’t think that’s with in the 20 years he’s served in

they also cite recent studies that misleading language to confuse something that needs to be of various town capacities.

of the lakes as well as the envi- have found pharmaceuticals in a the public about the project’s true concern.” Noting that he and Council-

ronment. lake tributary. costs and holding meetings that Judy Rath of Lake Lincolndale man Richard G. Clinchy both

Consulting engineers Steven Said Lake Shenorock resident weren’t valid because, she said, called the project “unwanted”and ran for the Town Board 13 years

Robbins and Joe Barbagallo said Robyn Anderson: “Frankly, I take the public hadn’t been properly “unnecessary” and a ploy to push ago “as consensus builders,” Gar-

the town reviewed many options enough medication myself. I don’t noti ed. new taxes and development on rity said they’ve fought to get the

and decided that sewering is the want to be taking yours, too.” Board members and town residents. “vitriol” out of government.

most cost-e ective way to meet Anderson said her 1950s-era engineers answered dozens of None of the board members And while they don’t always

both demands. septic system appeared to be questions submitted via email by live in the communities, she said, agree with each other—or with

ey reiterated the stance that chugging along just ne until last residents—including Luciano— claiming that they seem “eager the public—there’s “been a sense

Integrated Advance Systems, as year when she had to fork over at the three-hour meeting. All to destroy these havens that we of mutual respect.”

some have suggested, are only al- $8,000 to replace a tank. meetings were properly publi- love.” Saying civil discourse is neces-

lowed in Westchester if a septic e owner of a relatively large cized, town o cials said. “Shame on you!” she admon- sary and welcome, Garrity said

has failed or the property can’t piece of property, she guessed Lake Lincolndale’s Janet Best ished board members. he was nevertheless “disheart-

accommodate a normal-sized that others with less accessible said she doesn’t understand why Lake Lincolndale’s Laura Ar- ened” to hear board members

system. parcels might end up paying a the lake is considered “sick.” rotti-Herzegovitch pleaded oth- being accused of having ulterior

Shenorock resident Jay Batch- whole lot more to upgrade their Calling it “spectacular,” she said erwise. motives.

elor disputed that claim urs- septic systems. it supports wildlife such as great “ is will help our entire com- “We don’t. We’ve been doing

day, claiming there’s an IAS in “Even though I just shelled out blue herons. munity, will increase our property things we believe are good for

Bedford on “a new construction.” a lot of money for a new septic Luana Kottmann of Lake values, bene t all homeowners. the town. We’re not doing it to

He o ered to take board mem- system, I’m still for the sewers Lincolndale said she felt “poli- Please do not allow the loud voic- help big builders, to raise taxes.

bers to the site. because that’s the best thing to tics” were driving the move and es of the few outweigh the com- We’re doing it because it’s the

Batchelor also read into the do for our community, our lakes is worried about what would munity need. ose that oppose right thing to do.”

record county health regulations and our water supplies,” she said. happen to sewer district costs if [the project] are landlords. ey Clinchy urged homeowners

that, he said, don’t restrict the use Valerie J. Carol of Lake Lin- nearby Lincoln Hall wanted to are moving out of the commu- to do some deep thinking before

of IAS to failed systems. colndale, on the other hand, ar- hook up. nity. at is unfair to have their voting in November.

“ ey’re the way of the future. gued: “Repairing your septic is Town o cials pointed out that voices speak for all. We need the “If you believe that Lake She-

ey’re self-contained,” Batch- cheaper than paying for an entire the private boys’ school has its sewers in our community.” norock and Lake Lincolndale

elor said later. sewer district...forever.” own on-site sewage treatment fa- Prior to convening the hear- will be better o forever with

Project proponents contend Carol accused the Town Board cility. But even if it was sold and ing ursday, Morrissey asked septics, then I suppose you should

that the public’s health and the of “banking on” older residents houses were built there, such a residents to refrain from attack- vote ‘no.’ But if you believe that,

environment are at stake. ey moving out and younger folks project would still need town and ing “the character or ethics of at some point, you’d be better o

point to algae blooms as evidence moving in and increasing the size county approvals. elected o cials or anyone else on with sewers, this is the time to do

that wayward nutrients are accel- of their properties. “It’s not been the county’s the call.” it,” he advised.

erating the lakes’ demise. “It’s all about taxes,” she said. policy to allow rampant develop- Councilman omas A. Gar- “Nobody’s getting anything

Casting doubt on claims that Linda Luciano of Lake She- ment, nor would there necessar- rity Jr. later commented that the forced down their throats. It’s the

the pollution is primarily caused norock charged the board with ily be the capacity available (at sewer project has been one of the vote that counts. It’s a democracy.”

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Happily Opinion

Watch out for Buster Madman across the water
MAN river. It began life as a railroad trestle, put
WHATWAS rant. A young attendant was in charge OVERBOARD into service in 1889 for trains hauling
I THINKING? of the lot. My husband took George goods from Hartford to New York mar-
outside and put him in the car. He ar- RICK kets across the Hudson River. Although
MELÉN at its peak and during World War II the
RUTHANN ranged with the young man to keep an bridge was a major industrial passage, the
SCHEFFER eye on our son. He told him we were We were going to stay home this need for goods to go from Hartford to
by the window and would be watching Labor Day weekend, but the Maybrook waned, or maybe the goods
more we stayed home, the more weren’t good enough, and the bridge was
also. e attendant agreed of course, work we found that needed to be done decommissioned after a re in 1974. e
around the house, and doing it would have Walkway reopened as a state park in 2009,
When my boys were young, he would earn a few extra dollars. been in direct de ance of the spirit of Labor the quadricentennial of Henry Hudson’s
they wore Buster Brown Day. So instead we pulled together a last trip up the river. I don’t know how goods
shoes. ese shoes wore George sat in the back seat with his minute overnight trip to historic Pough- get across the Hudson these days, but
books, toys and snacks while his father keepsie, New York, where we could ride our nobody asked me to bring anything either
came back into the restaurant. We bicycles across the beautiful Walkway Over direction.
the Hudson on a glorious holiday Sunday.
especially well because they had a steel would frequently look out the window We stopped for a sel e, which I always
Gidget, the cutest dog in the land, was take because I have the longest arms,
toe which was a necessity when sliding to see if all was okay. e young man SO excited that she was going on the trip and my right hand hasn’t been seen in a
that she was beside herself and I had to photograph since 2006. We passed a guy
across oors, down grassy hills and was always in sight, and George would make twice as much room in the car. She on a recumbent bike, that goofy-looking
launched herself into the back seat at a contraption you pedal from a prone posi-
braking runaway tricycles. A good coat see us, smile and wave. He was happy g-force of about two and almost vaulted tion, enjoying all the sights you can see
out the window on the other side. Once I while looking straight up. It seems better
of polish covered the scu s nicely. and everyone had a peaceful dinner. turned the ignition key, she went imme- suited to changing the oil in your car than
diately into REM sleep and I never heard for going on a leisurely ride, but who am
One summer while vacationing on Another vivid Buster Brown mem- from her again until we arrived at the I to say, other than myself. Imagine the
hotel. A dog’s life is an emotional roller lovely views he had of the majestic Hud-
Cape Cod, we had gone to a charm- ory took place at Westchester County coaster. But once there Gidget attracts son River, or at least of the bottoms of the
children like butter ies, and luckily she chins of people who had lovely views of it.
ing, quiet little restaurant for an early Airport when going there to see small has the perfect disposition for it. I’ve been
to dog-friendly hotels that didn’t have On the Ulster County side you can bi-
dinner. As we sat waiting to give our planes taking o and landing was a hotel-friendly dogs. cycle all the way to New Paltz and beyond,
and we went a few more miles before
order, son George—he was our only big treat. eir father decided to take e Walkway over the Hudson is about turning around. ere’s a tness course
a mile and a third from Poughkeepsie to on the side of the trail, and you can stop
child at that time--began loudly rap- George and Paul--I ‘d sit this out as I the town of Highland, 212 feet over the at each station for a workout if exercis-
ing by bicycle isn’t working out. You can
ping the underside of the table with was expecting Matthew—for a plane
his Buster Browns. I asked him to ride. When they returned, George

stop, his father asked him to stop but asked his father if they could go up

he kept rapping away. I gave him some again. His dad told him we would

bread and butter to divert his attention, come up another time and then they

but that didn’t work. Diners around us could take another ride. at didn’t

were looking over, not happy listening sit well with George: he reared his

to a drum solo while they were eat- leg back and rapped Dad in the shins

ing. I became increasingly upset and with his Buster Browns!

suggested that we leave. His dad had Buster Brown was the shoe of choice

another idea. for all our sons. ose shoes bore the

Our table was by the window over- usual high-speed activity with many

looking the small parking lot where well-placed shin kicks thrown into the

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e passing of an era

THE knew exactly what to show us. party in slippers and pajamas… Although Jason loved casual shopping and layers between us
SEASONED I kind of feel sorry for all we’ll really need is a clean clothing, jeans and t-shirts, and our doctors. I never real-
CITIZEN blouse or shirt and we’ll be when he needed suits and ized, until now, the similarity
today’s generation who will ready to go. We won’t be able sports jackets, L&T was there between health care and shop-
ADRIENNE never have the opportunity of to meet people separately but to help him look as if he’d just ping. Some of us have it all, but
KAVELLE walking through a store and I suppose that can be done at stepped out of Esquire. He most of us have to accept what
browsing, as my sister and another time through Zoom or had his favorite salesmen who is o ered…fascinating!
It feels like ‘cloudland I would do when we met at Facebook. How about food? would alert him when some-
revisited’. I wrote about L&T or Bonwit Teller’s for We’ll each have to supply our thing he might like came in. e world in which we live
this happening a few years lunch. Faceless computers have own party fare and not get to is changing. It always will, but
ago and now it’s o cial: Lord taken the place of helpful hu- taste another’s special recipe. Lord and Taylor and all the whether for the better or worse
and Taylor is closing its doors man beings. It was fun trying other high end stores were al- we won’t know until we get
forever. on di erent styles and making ere were so many wonder- ways pristine, clean and pleasant there. More information, yes,
choices. e corona virus only ful retailers: Bonwit Teller, smelling, with private dressing but more comfort, I don’t think
I have wonderful memories hastened our shift from going Saks Fifth Avenue, Milgrim’s, rooms. ey had both men’s so.
of L&T. Between the East- out to shop to staying in and Bergdorf-Goodman, Best and and women’s tailors who would
chester store and the one in ‘ nger’ shopping. Co., DePinna…names this do any adjustments and have I do miss the old ways:
Danbury, Connecticut, I could generation have never heard, everything ready when needed. walking through a store, touch-
always nd the right out t I wonder about shoes where the salespeople were ing a fabric, and feeling myself
for me. Jason also bought though…how will we be able taught to help shoppers nd ey were, to say the least, ac- clad in something new and dif-
his clothing there and we felt to know if the shoe ts? You what they were looking for and commodating. ferent. As far as I’m concerned,
quite at home and secure in can’t order 6 or 7 at a time could advise them as to t and it sure beats virtual shopping,
our choices. My husband and to try on as you would in the appropriateness. ese were I’m sure the wealthy will but, as we all know, I’m a twen-
I made wonderful friends with store. Of course, if life be- not just salespeople, they were always have their own designers tieth century dyed in the wool
the salespeople and they always comes virtual everything will trained professionals doing the just as they have boutique doc- Seasoned Citizen dinosaur.
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Thank you, Elizabeth Senate in our district and I support his balanced ap- because they know it’s something special. We have
proach to governing. His experience and record show magni cent Eagles, Great Blue Herons, Egrets, Cor-
To the editor: that he has cut taxes and held the line on spending morants, and an assortment of other beautiful wildlife,
The following is a public letter written to Elizabeth while creating thousands of new jobs. including fox, deer and turkey. e lake is lled with
turtles, bullfrogs, sh, and snakes. We swim, kayak,
Silverman. Our Montessori School is closing after He is a realist who understands our needs and has paddleboard and canoe in it. ere’s no denying the
48 years, and Silverman has been there for about 35 taken steps to satisfy them. His tireless work with many seasons of beauty that surrounds us -- the Lilly
years, first as school secretary, then as director. veterans, the homeless ,working moms ,the hungry pads blooming in the summer, followed by the spec-
and numerous other members of our community ,over tacular colors of Fall foliage re ecting o the hills
Dear Elizabeth, many years makes him an excellent choice for NY onto the lake. is breathtaking beauty and peaceful-
I want to thank you, with all my heart, for the State Senate. ness attract people from outside the community to
wonderful service you have given to Our Montessori walk or bird-watch or photograph this impressive
School. For decades you have been the person that Rob Astorino will keep our communities safe, neighborhood. Our respect for Lake Lincolndale is
everybody can always count on, and that has contin- healthy and vital. immense.
ued right on through the di culties of the pandemic.
You have always put in the extra e ort and hours as Consider voting for Rob Astorino for State Senate. is is not a polluted lake! It’s a ourishing, thriv-
needed without complaint. Your calm, knowledge- Frank Tomasulo ing, living lake that supports the abundant wildlife we
able way of problem solving and holding everything enjoy every day. If we allow this sewer system into our
together never called attention to itself, but you have Somers neighborhood, the ecological balance of the lake will
been the bedrock of Our Montessori School, and an be forever changed and damaged from many years of
absolute delight to work with. No sewers destruction, disruption, noise pollution and construc-
tion run-o .
ank you, ank you. To the editor:
Betty Hengst I’ve lived in Lake Lincolndale for nearly 30 years As an intelligent, caring community, we shouldn’t
Somers be forced into a corner without rst considering an
and I oppose the proposed sewer system. alternative, less invasive and e cient way to upgrade
Support for Astorino Over the years, we’ve seen progress and upgrades our septic systems.

To the editor: as people have moved into our community. We’ve In order to protect the future of our lake and our
As a long time resident of Northern Westchester watched and paid for the expansion of schools. property values, we need to vote NO on the Somers
Watched new homes and shopping centers built, and sewer system until a better solution is presented.
and speci cally the Town of Somers, I would like to tra c lights added to accommodate the growing pains
remind everyone that much thought should go into of our little town. Yet, our neighborhood around the Janet Best
electing our public o cials. lake remained the same hidden gem that we treasured
and preserved and protected from becoming “citi ed.” Lake Lincolndale
Consider this .Rob Astorino is running for state
is is not a polluted lake. Many people outside
of Lake Lincolndale joined the Lake Association

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Maybe there’s a walkway under the Hudson too.

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Thursday, September 17, 2020 The Somers Record – Page 23

Due to coronavirus, all events man is a local artist, well-versed at lightning speed! Code can be used to educate up in costumes, or decorate our
will be virtual and require regis- in all disciplines and will dem- Whether you are a home seller, our peers and change the world! homes with skeletons and ghosts
tration in order to receive an in- onstrate the advantages of each for Halloween? is colorful pro-
vitation to participate. To register, medium. Be a novice or expert, real estate professional, or just is program focuses on creating gram traces the strange history
visit or call 914- you’re all welcome! Please have someone who enjoys interior dec- amazing experiences with code to of Halloween, from Old World
232-5717. your supplies for class: canvases, orating, this workshop is for you! educate our community on cyber- harvest festivals to our modern
paper, brushes, water cup, palette, bullying. Students will address the family holiday. Discussed in this
Events are made possible by e and your favorite medium. en is program is presented by impacts of cyberbullying and de- program are the origins of the
Friends of the Somers Library. the fun will begin! Class is limited Susan Atwell, home staging ex- sign a choose-your-own-adven- Jack-O’Lantern, Orson Welles’
to 25 people. pert and president of AtWell- ture game that presents a variety 1938 “War of the Worlds” ra-
Important note about the of di erent cyberbullying scenar- dio broadcast, the rst monster
Senior Benefits Information Virtual Presentation: Deco- ios, create custom graphics, and movies, haunted lighthouses and
Center (SBIC): SBIC program rating Your Home to Sell (or Virtual Presentation: 1968. code their games using Scratch! hotels, and much more. e hour-
coordinators are still providing Dwell). Monday, Sept. 21, 6:30 ursday, Sept. 24, 6:30 - 8 p.m. long slideshow is illustrated with
Medicare counseling by phone - 8 p.m. If you want to learn the e year 1968 was the most tur- is program is for participants in original photographs and antique
and by email. Clients can leave a tricks of the staging trade to sell bulent year of the Swinging 60s Grades 6 - 8. ere are only ve Halloween cards, advertisements,
question and their preferred con- your home or listings faster and and America seemed to be com- sessions, each 90 minutes. Reg- artwork, and movie posters.
tact method and counselors will for more money, or you just want ing apart: e Vietnam War be- istrants are required to attend all
get back to them within two busi- to revitalize your home’s appear- coming increasingly unpopular, sessions. Space is limited. Virtual Presentation: The
ness days or sooner. e SBIC ho- ance, join home staging expert both Martin Luther King and Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asy-
tline information: 914-231-3260 Susan Atwell as she teaches you: Robert Kennedy were assassi- October lum: American’s Most Haunted
or [email protected]. nated, and a riot occurred during Asylum. Tuesday, October 27, 6-7
• e 3 keys to outshining the the Democratic National Con- Virtual Presentation: A Ghost P.M. e Trans-Allegheny Lu-
Virtual Workshop: Painting competition when selling your vention in Chicago. ere were Hunter’s Favorite Case Files, natic Asylum in West Virginia is
in Autumn/w Judika: Mondays, home. trouble spots around the world, Tuesday, October 20, 6-7 p.m. widely considered to be one of the
Sept. 21, and Oct. 5 and 19 from in Czechoslovakia, France and Paranormal investigator Barry most haunted places in America.
11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. It’s fall, an • Our top 10 Do-It-Yourself Mexico. Lyndon Johnson decided Pirro has been ‘hunting ghosts’ Visitors have reported witnessing a
inspirational season to create home staging tips guaranteed to to not seek re-election as presi- for over 15 years, and has con- variety of paranormal activity, and
more art. We can draw from na- sell homes faster. dent and both women’s lib and ducted hundreds of investigations many paranormal TV shows have
ture’s colors using acrylic paints, the civil rights movement were of haunted houses, businesses, and conducted investigations at the
watercolors or watercolor oil pen- • How to accentuate your major issues. After all these stress- properties. Join Barry as he talks 162-year-old asylum. But as scary
cils. is class o ers you the time home’s most attractive features ful events, 1968 ends with man about some of his favorite ghost as some of the asylum ghost stories
and space to make new artwork using what you already have. circling the moon. is program investigations, and answers ques- may be, the history of the Trans-
to express yourself. Judika Lieber- may be virtual; please check our tions about what it’s like to be a Allegheny is far more horrifying;
• Tips to ditch the stress, mess, online calendar at somerslibrary. real ghost hunter. Participants will and it is this horri c background
and overwhelm and get it all done org to check the status as well as also have a chance to share their that is the cause of so much para-
register, or call 914-232-5717. true ghost stories. normal activity at the facility. Join
Virtual Program: Code He- Barry Pirro in this fascinating dis-
roes: Learn to Code / Change Virtual Presentation: Hal- cussion about the history of the
the World!: Wednesdays, Sept. 9 loween - A Haunted History. asylum, and about the ghosts who
16,23,30 and Oct.7,from 4 - 5:30 Saturday October 24, 11:30 a.m. continue to haunt it.
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Committee formed to
improve cell service

Bedford, Lewisboro, Yorktown, Somers

and North Salem part of committee

BY TOM BARTLEY ter, including Somers.

CONTRIBUTING WRITER Using county money, the

CityScape wireless-consulting

After hiring consultants more rm would draw a plan that ad-

than a year ago to help the town dresses the telecommunications

develop a master plan for wireless needs of seven municipalities in

and cell service, Bedford is now this region. In addition to Bedford

leading an e ort to do the same and Lewisboro, they are the towns

for much of Northern Westches- of Yorktown, Lewisboro, North

Support Connection’s Salem and Pound Ridge, and the
Village of Mount Kisco.

Bedford Supervisor Chris
Burdick said his town had “taken

Annual Support-A-Walk the lead” in creating a committee
of representatives of those com-

Speaking at the Sept. 8 meet-

For Breast & Ovarian Cancer ing of the Bedford Town Board,
Burdick urged approval of a pact
with the county that would fund
a “ xed-cost” master-plan project.

Sunday, October 4, 2020 Town attorney Eric Gor-
don said the project would have
$190,170 in funding, a g-

ure based on a proposal from

Your Donation Walk With Us, CityScape. Member munici-
palities would “provide relevant
information regarding their

Makes A Difference. Wherever You Are! telecommunication services” to
CityScape, which would gather
that data and produce the report.

“Support Connection is uniquely e board later voted, 5-0, to
endorse the intermunicipal agree-
positioned to provide direct ment (IMA) with the county.
support to those who need it.
Under the agreement,
“CityScape doesn’t get paid un-

They were there for me when I til the county has advanced the
needed them. The Walk is funds,” Burdick noted. “I don’t
important because it makes it want to see the town have any
kind of liability on the money on

possible for Support Connection to this. . . . “It’s not going to come
continue its work.” Kendra out of Town of Bedford taxpay-
Ekelund, uterine cancer survivor ers.”

“My counselor at Support Walk in your town or neighborhood, In a familiar comment these
Connection helped me understand in your yard, or even on a treadmill! days on projects getting out-
what to expect and made me feel side funding, Burdick had urged
Walk on your own or speedy approval of the IMA, say-
ing,“the county budget is busted.”

“So, we’re very fortunate that
the funding has not been defund-

I’d get through it. There’s nothing with family and friends. ed and that we still have the op-
portunity to move forward with

I wouldn’t do for Support Donate, raise funds, spread the word. it,” he told the board. “But we
Connection. It’s a great have been advised that we should
move quickly because if we do

organization that helps so many Proceeds fund Support Connection’s not, the county may well look at
defunding this project.”

women and families.” Kathleen Michel, free breast & ovarian cancer e town’s action comes a
breast cancer survivor support services. month after Tropical Storm
Isaias’ punishing winds ripped
through the region, bringing

LEARN MORE: WWW.SUPPORTCONNECTION.ORG ● 914-962-6402 not only widespread power out-
ages, but also extended loss of
cell-phone service. “ is work

Bring help & hope to people fighting breast and ovarian cancer. [on a telecom master plan] can-
not come too soon, especially

Support Connection is a 501 (c) (3) not-for-profit organization. We do not receive funds from given the increased reliance we all
Relay for Life, Making Strides, Susan G. Komen, or any other national cancer organization. place on Wi-Fi and cell service,”
Burdick said in a message to Bed-

ford residents.

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Artist puts North Salem on the canvas

BY CAROL REIF the Queens native. Pataki that hangs on the Wall of to let things reveal themselves. the moment that sometimes she

STAFF WRITER Previously, creating art had Governors at the State Capitol in It’s an organic relationship that isn’t aware that her shoulders are

been strictly an indoor, studio ex- Albany.) “builds over time,” Greene-Gross getting sunburned, rapacious bugs

Sometimes you just need to perience. e change of venue opened up says. are dive-bombing her, or that

stop and paint the roses. A portrait painter, storyboard spaces, both mentally and physi- And since the light is at dif- she’s accidentally trod all over her

And the barns. And the hay artist and illustrator, her focus was cally, Greene-Gross says. ferent places at di erent times paintbox.

elds. And the stone walls. Well, always the human gure. It was daunting at rst. “ ere’s of the day, “some sites are morn- Even thirst, hunger and rain

you get the picture. Encouraged by mentor Andrew a lot of chaos out here.Nature is so ing paintings; some are afternoon aren’t always enough to drive her

Moving to North Salem, says Lattimore, a world-renowned beautiful; how could I ever capture paintings. Some are both.” away.

artist Chrissanth Greene-Gross, teacher who has an atelier in an that?” Greene-Gross’s en plein air An environment that can’t be

gave her the time to slow down, historic building in Cornwall, she Outdoors,artists are at the mer- style is impressionistic, taking controlled certainly o ers lessons

bathe in the beauty of her sur- reluctantly took it outside … and cy of the seasons and the weath- what the eye sees and tempering it in “humility,” she says.

roundings, and distill their essence has never looked back. er. e landscape is constantly with what the heart feels. It demands that the artist “stay

onto canvas. (Lattimore once had a studio in changing. So making a painting “It’s like cooking down the in the present, ready to seize a mo-

En plein air painting, or paint- Peekskill, and is the painter of the isn’t simply one and done. sauce,” she explains. ment of grace—perhaps a golden

ing outdoors, was a revelation for portrait of Peekskill native George You have to slow down enough at’s why Greene-Gross snippet of cloud or a robin that

admires photography, but thinks lands in the grass—that can make

it “rarely” is able to capture what a a painting sing.”

painting can. Greene-Gross—frequently

One of her favorite subjects is seen working by the side of Mills

the Tuttle Barn, the last standing Road or trudging through Baxter

of what was once four “stepped Preserve with her easel, brushes

barns.” and oils—has almost become part

Every time she paints there, of the local scenery herself.

it’s “like a potential last visit with Now that North Salem folks

Grandma. You never know how are at home because of the pan-

long she’s going to be around.” demic, more are out walking, run-

Fortunately, the barn’s “crooked ning and bicycling. ey often

walls” have held up long enough stop to take pictures or chat with

for her to make three paintings. the artist.

However, a beautiful old tree For Greene-Gross, who has

just up Mills Road did not fare so lived in North Salem for three

well during a recent storm. years, it’s a “special joy”to meet her

“ at tree, and its unique ges- new neighbors.

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or looks at its watch.”

“But in a way, it’s always keep- Greene-Gross’s veins. Her late

ing time,” she admits. father, Darrel Greene, was known

Part of the fun—and chal- for his illustrations, book covers,

lenge—of painting outdoors is portraits, and posters.

the sensory input, namely the “the Anyone who’s read pulp ction

scent of fresh-cut grass, the per- in the 1960s has probably seen a

Bethel fume of wild roses in early June, paperback illustrated by Greene.

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PAINTINGS few corrections, unquote. located on Fifth Avenue.

FROM PAGE 26 Needless to say, a lesson in “re- She also belongs to the North-

spect for di erent perspectives ern Westchester Artist Guild

He freelanced for Bantam and boundaries”quickly followed. and the Ridge eld Guild of Art-

books through the 1980s. Some Greene-Gross, a graduate of ists and had taught at Katonah

of his most notable covers were the High School of Music and Art Center in Mount Kisco.

for Conan the Barbarian, Ragtime Art, Queens College, and the Greene-Gross’s paintings can

and Black Orchid. University of Michigan, studied be found at BB Abode at Union

Raised in Canada and Utah, he with Daniel Greene (no rela- Hall, a boutique and interior de-

studied art at college, later moving tion), said to have been the “fore- sign service on Keller Lane.

to New York City to seek fame most” pastelist in the United She also sells her work at Hay-

and fortune as an illustrator. States; famed gurative sculp- elds Market on Bloomer Road.

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older half-sisters and two young- dest, while pursuing a degree drop, and paint.”

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they were scary, like Angelique’s creations. And the middle child where. It is within each of us.”

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Football, volleyball postponed until March

‘Lower-risk’ sports slated to kick o Sept. 29

BY BRIAN MARSCHHAUSER competition. Ad- Mike Meadows, High School’s head varsity football the state’s classi cation of volley-
ditionally, fall II Lakeland High coach, said it’s time to accept the ball as a higher-risk sport.

student-athletes School’s head varsity new reality. “Moderate [risk], I can kind of

Football, volleyball, and com- will have their football coach, called “I think the bottom line is you get behind. I wouldn’t call us low

petitive cheer, considered higher- minimum spring the decision to move have to play the hand your dealt,” [risk]. But when we were put in

risk sports by New York State, are sports practice football to March “a DeMatteo said. “It’s just human high risk, it just felt confusing be-

being sidelined statewide until r e q u i r e m e n t s win.” nature to not be that comfortable cause, regardless of being indoors,

March 1—a time when COV- knocked down “It wasn’t look- with change. But we’ve been un- there is no contact in volleyball,”

ID-19 would be theoretically less from six to three ing too good over comfortable since March, so this is Kelly said.“ ere is some sustained

of a threat to players, coaches, and (except in base- the last couple of just another thing.” being in inner personal space, but

o cials. ball, which will months,” Meadows DeMatteo commended the there is no contact, which is some-

e New York State Public be four), allowing said.“It was mentally New York State Public High thing you can argue there is for

High School Athletic Associa- them to compete exhausting that this School Athletic Association and eld hockey or soccer.”

tion made the announcement on earlier. was being dragged its executive director, Dr. Robert Kelly isn’t just worried about the

Wednesday, Sept. 9. “I think the ini- out… At least the Zayas, on taking a leadership role overlap with spring and club sports,

“We’ve spent two days speaking tial response for state took our boys “when we desperately needed it.” she’s also concerned about perma-

with nearly 500 athletic directors most people was The football players will into consideration e governor’s o ce’s earlier guid- nently losing would-be freshman
across the state, and it’s clear that disappointment, have to wait until March to and they’re giving us ance, that higher-risk sports could players, who may choose to start
administering high-risk fall sports because we were make their season debut. the opportunity to practice but not play this fall, per- their high-school careers by par-
during the COVID-19 pandemic holding out hope play in March. plexed and frustrated many coach- ticipating in other active fall sports.

presents a signi cant challenge that we could have a fall season,” Meadows also has an eye on es and student-athletes. e Somers coach said she was

for our member schools,” said Dr. said Pantelis Ypsilantis, Yorktown the potential overlap of fall II and “I’m just thankful we have an also frustrated by the “long, drawn-

Robert Zayas, NYSPHSAA ex- High School’s new head varsity spring sports, particularly because opportunity to play games,” De- out” process before last week’s de-

ecutive director, in a press release. football coach.“But I think Section spring sports were canceled last Matteo said.“We have to do what’s cision. Left in limbo until Sept. 9,

Section 1 student-athletes who 1 did a really good job. I think they season and he does not want to best for student- volleyball coaches

play junior varsity or varsity cross got out in front of it and are giving see those sports disrupted again. athletes in all were unsure how

country, eld hockey, girls tennis, us a chance to play football, as op- However, he said it seems possible sports. at’s what or if to prepare for

and boys and girls soccer can be- posed to waiting.” to maneuver the schedules in a way this is all about: the fall season.

gin o cially practicing with their Regarding the potential overlap to limit the amount of con ict. A giving everybody “We were al-

teams on Tuesday, Sept. 29. Girls of fall II and spring sports,Ypsilan- bigger concern for the Lakeland a fair chance to most in a damned

swimming remains in limbo, as tis said a hurdle exists but it is not coach is the lack of an “o season” play games. If they if you do, damned

the lack of available facilities could insurmountable. He said student- in between sports. Particularly in didn’t make this if you don’t situ-

postpone the season. athletes should not have to choose football, o season workouts are move, we weren’t ation,” Kelly said.

Even though football and the in which season they want to par- valuable in preparing players for playing games.” “We were all just

fall season go hand-in-hand, the ticipate. the season. at a standstill of

Section One Football Coaches “Any coach who asks a kid to As of last week, high-school VOLLEYBALL FILE PHOTOS/ROB DIANTONIO doing nothing.”
Association said the decision to choose one or the other should not football teams were not permit- ough vol- As much as Kel-
postpone pigskin until the spring be a coach,”Ypsilantis said. ted to host any football-related Some volleyball coaches
was “the best possible outcome for activities. Once permitted, “contact leyball is not a disagree with the state’s ly would like to see
our sport given the circumstances.” e coach, trying to put a silver between players may only be inci- contact sport, one classification of volleyball as her volleyball team
lining on a less than ideal situation, dental and any activities that are rationale behind a “higher-risk” sport. take the court in
Technically, volleyball and foot- said high schoolers in 2020-21 postponing it a few weeks, she

ball will be part of a second “fall” have the opportunity to become speci cally designed to promote stems from the frequent touching does not believe that will happen.

season and not the spring season, the rst-ever four-sport student- close physical contact are prohib- of the ball by the players. “ ey’ve made their decision,”

which has been pushed back a athletes. ited,” the Section One Football “I understand it, but at the same Kelly said. “I don’t think we’re go-

month to April 19. Some have “If you’re playing multiple sports, Coaches Association said. time I do disagree with it,” said ing to get a reversal.”

pointed out potential issues with it can be a pretty cool experience Many parents and players have Nicholas Giordano, the new coach Given the uncertainty sur-

fall II and spring sports overlap- and something no one has ever protested the state’s decision to of North Salem’s varsity volleyball rounding the virus, the coach is

ping, possibly for a few weeks. done,” Ypsilantis said. “I’m trying shift higher-risk sports to the team. “In soccer, I feel like there is not sure the fall II season will

However, the overlap would to look at it in a positive way. But spring, including a well-attended a little more physical contact than come to fruition, but is nonethe-

mostly a ect fall II sports that we will overcome this. At the end #Let emPlay rally outside of there is in volleyball.” less telling her players to remain

advance deep into the postseason. of the day, it’s hard to put so much the Westchester County Center Kim Kelly, Somers High positive, healthy, and active, ei-

Even then, overlap would mostly focus on it when people are still dy- in White Plains on Sunday, Sept. School’s head varsity volleyball ther by training at home or with

be spring sports practices, not ing out there.” 13. Dom DeMatteo, Mahopac coach, was similarly displeased by a club team.

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