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The Somers Record 11.18.21

Vol. 11 No. 31 Visit for the latest news. Thursday, November 18, 2021

Tuskers soccer wins state title

BY WHIT ANDERSON “I don’t think a group of teenagers have settle for anything less.” For the rst time since 2016, the Tuskers
CONTRIBUTING WRITER ever faced this much pressure,” re ected “Going into the weekend we all had have won the NYSPHSAA Class A Title. 
senior Bennett Leitner. “We came into
e moment preseason began in Au- this year saying it was state champions or our minds set on one goal,” added Daniel Playing back-to-back days at Middle-
gust, Somers soccer had one goal, and one bust. We really felt like we had the talent D’Ippolito.“Which was to bring home the town High School, Somers started o
goal only: Win the state championship.  to compete for the state, and we wouldn’t state title.”
is vision became a reality on Sunday.

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Town Board presents Community Cares continues
tentative 2022 budget its mission despite COVID

BY CAROL REIF e  tentative budget  is $1,072,687, BY RANDY FREEMAN ing events have had to be cancelled because of
CONTRIBUTING WRITER concerns about COVID.Yet they still need the
STAFF WRITER or 7.2%, higher than the current money to keep doing their work to serve fami-
Imagine that you’re a parent coming home lies in Putnam and upper Westchester counties.
$14,819,870 plan. with a diagnosis of cancer and you need che-
motherapy and other treatments. You have to Here is a testimonial coming from a recipi-
e Somers Town Board was pre- If the budget is adopted as is, the ent of Community Cares:
nd a way to function as a parent and take care
sented with a tentative 2022 budget of 2021 tax levy of $7,563,866 will remain of yourself. “Community Cares was a vital part of my
family’s care, recovery and support that we
$15,892,557 at its work session last week. the same in 2022 and the current  tax at was the position that the director of could not have been without. You would never
Community Cares, Mahopac resident and think how much meaning a meal brought to
e budget was led with the town rate  of $15.13  per $1,000 of assessed county legislator, Amy Sayegh, found herself you means. Or the cleaning services that were
in years ago after a diagnosis of breast cancer o ered and performed with such care, sen-
clerk’s o ce on Friday, Oct. 29. A public valuation will drop to $15.05. is and having to take care of three children un- sitivity and compassion towards my wife and
der the age of six. She was exhausted from the family. With a family of seven we don’t go out
hearing on the spending plan is set for 7 means that the owner of a house worth chemo and radiation and could not fully func- to eat that often. Community Cares brought
tion at home.Sayegh was lucky enough to have meals to us. My children were always excited
p.m. ursday, Dec. 9. $500,000 would pay $4.34 less than in friends, family and her church to pitch in with for Wednesday night. e dinners were always
meals and housework. She realized that oth- delicious, and the amazing volunteers always
“ e major announcement is that we 2021, Kehoe said Monday, Nov. 8. ers did not have the same support, and that’s brought smiles.
when she came up with the idea of Commu-
were able, through the help of the Town e 2022 tax levy is about $316,526,or nity Cares. e hardest part of this entire journey for me
was letting go and letting help in. ank you
Board, to deliver a zero tax increase yet 3.8%, under the tax cap available to the Over the years Community Cares has served Community Cares for everything you did.”
many families facing similar challenges. Dur-
again,” said Supervisor Rick Morrissey, town – $788,476  – exclusive of special ing the pandemic, they changed their focus to If you know somebody who is recovering
helping rst responders and medical sta and from cancer and needs the services of Com-
who thanked the town’s nance director, districts such as lighting,water and sewer. seniors. ey also helped the restaurants in the munity Cares, go to the website, and refer the
community survive by purchasing meals from person to receive care….and consider donating
Robert Kehoe, for putting it together. e town also planned to appropriate them to serve the people most impacted by the in their honor as well.
Another “highlight” presented urs- a bigger fund balance next year. In 2021, You can donate at www.communitycares.
ey are now back to their original mis- org. Giving Tuesday or designating Commu-
day,Nov.4,was the addition of three new that was $672,980; in 2022, $884,540. sion—serving families who have a member nity Cares as your charity on Cyber Monday
recovering from cancer. But they now face an are great opportunities. And you can go to
town positions: two in the parks depart- Under the tentative plan, the  town additional challenge. Recent major fundrais- Amazon and change your charity to Commu-
nity Cares for when you make purchases.
ment and one in the building depart- supervisor’s salary, now $109,233, would

ment. increase to $124,000, a di erence of

Morrissey also noted that the tenta- $14,767, or 13.5%.

tive budget adds money to the municipal It also calls for raising the  salaries of

road maintenance fund. the four council members from $12,612

Town crews have been busily milling to $14,612, an increase of 15.8%.

roads in preparation for resurfacing, said e Town Board intends to adopt

the supervisor, mentioning that he’s been salaries for elected o cials, including the

“getting complaints that some of the supervisor, council members, town clerk

roads are torn up.” and highway superintendent, this week.

“Well, that’s the precursor to having To check out all of the rele-

them paved. So have some patience and vant 2022 numbers, visit the town’s web-

you’ll have a very smooth and profession- site,, and scroll down

ally laid road,”he added. to the “News”section on the homepage.

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HOF Zeller, adding: “She is a great $60,000 to purchase an ambu- Ploss & Co. for more than 50 sponsors, said the achievements
communicator reaching out to lance and supply it and another years, he mentored young em- of the Hall of Fame honorees

neighbors, family, and friends.” $60,000 to help the victims of ployees was “has been proud to show the importance of people

to make sure all details are fol- “It is indeed an honor to be Super Storm Sandy. see at least a dozen go on to be giving back to their communi-

lowed through.” selected as an inductee into Because of that work, he was CPAs in their own right,” she ties and to each other.

Green is “compassionate and the Westchester Senior Hall  of recognized by the Port Chester/ added. “ e honorees show that age

caring as she reaches out to se- Fame and to join the illustrious Rye Brook Chamber of Com- e couple married in 1965 is never a deterrent to being a

niors to help them and lend an past recipients,” Green said last merce as one of its “Outstanding and had two children, Suzanne vital member of our society. In

ear to those living alone,” Zeller week. “Neighbor helping neigh- Citizens of the Year.” and Stewart. ey also have a fact, it’s an advantage because of

said. bor is what makes Westchester a As Rotary president, he grandson, Charlie. the life experiences they bring

When executive director of special place.” learned of a new and struggling ough now retired, Ploss with them. eir generous con-

the Center for Hearing and group in Port Chester – Food 2 remains committed to serving tributions have helped to make

Communication in New York C. JERRY PLOSS Grow On – which was providing the community. “When asked to Westchester County one of the

City, Green created innovative C. Jerry Ploss, also nominated needy students with food to take serve on a board or a committee, most senior-friendly places in

programs to aid people with for his volunteerism, has lent his home over the weekends. He re- he just can’t say ‘no.’” his proud the world,” said DSPS Commis-

hearing loss, Zeller said. expertise to numerous civic or- cruited volunteers from amongst spouse said. sioner Mae Carpenter.

In the 1950s, she started a ganizations. Rotary members who raised Saying he was “humbled” by About 1,250 seniors have

program for children with emo- e former president and trea- money and shopped, packaged, the county recognition, Ploss been inducted since the Hall

tional di culties in Nassau surer of the Rotary Club of Port and delivered the food to local noted: “No single person can of Fame was launched as part

County. Chester/Rye Brook, Ploss served schools. e program now assists accomplish successes by them- of the 300th  anniversary of the

Green and her husband, Dar- on the boards of the YMCA about 150 students. selves. One can only be as good county’s founding.

win, have been married for more Committee in Port Chester, the Ploss, 78, serves on the Heri- as those you work with.” Among this award recipients

than 70 years and have two sons Sound Shore Community Fund, tage Hills Audit Committee and “I’ve been blessed to work in our coverage area are: John

(one now deceased) and four the Salvation Army; and the Ro- as a condo president and trea- with talented and dedicated vol- L. White of North Salem; Peter

grandchildren. tary District 7230 Foundation. surer. unteers,” he added. Parsons, Lewisboro supervisor;

“Ruth lives an active life, en- He also headed the business “All of his involvement advo- and Rosemary DeCapua, of Yor-

tertaining family and friends. division of Sound Shore United cates for all ages,” said Patricia AGE NO DETERRENT ktown Heights. Four seniors will

She has a positive attitude and Way. Ploss, his wife and the one who O cials from the Department receive special recognition: Jim

encourages those she is in con- When United Hospital left nominated him for the award. of Senior Programs and Ser- Dolan of Verplanck; Joyce May

tact with to do the same,” said Port Chester, Ploss helped raise As senior partner in C. Jerry vices, one of the Hall of Fame’s Henery of Yonkers; and Wil-

What separates us liam “Billy” omas of Mount

e Hall of Fame is also spon-
sored by the county Department
of Parks, Recreation and Con-

servation; Westchester County

from other accountants and tax preparers is Livable Communities; and the
Westchester Public/Private
Partnership for Aging Services.

our ability to work with you not just on taxes, To be nominated, seniors

must have made “signi cant and
enduring contributions to en-

hance Westchester’s quality of

but on financials, college planning, divorce, life through their professional
work, volunteer achievements or

both.” Nominations are made by

retirement planning, changes in life planning... members of the community, and
the honorees are selected by a

panel of judges.

e names of past honor-

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Somers is our Home Town (Part Two)

Development 1697 - 1980

Our home town of Somers is Farmers needed grist mills and Seymour Farm which eventually House was built and was home to came stable, permanent complet-

a green, pleasant place to live be- sawmills.  Other mills using the was sold to the Granite Springs both Episcopalians and Method- ed desirable areas with nice homes

cause of the wise conservation of available water power from the Water Company whose bottled ists.  In 1825, the Christian So- and happy Somers families.

land for open space, recreation, numerous streams, brooks, and water was sold until 1921.  e ciety of Somers was formed in In 1971 the Urban Develop-

and education. About 8.28 square rivers included a paper mill and Borden Milk Company built a 1825.  Methodists built a brick ment Corporation (UDC) threat-

miles of the 29.6 square miles that a mill for carding, fulling, and processing plant in 1908 in Lin- church in the Somers Hamlet in ened to build 100 units of “low

is Somers is preserved from de- dying wool and ax and making colndale which burned down in 1838.  Both congregations dis- income housing” north of the

velopment.   But still over 2/3rds cloth.  Hence, many families liv- 1912.   Such were a few of the banded in 1859. In 1835, Episco- Somers Hamlet. It was fought by

of our town is or might be com- ing in early Somers from its in- businesses that found a home in palians built Lukes Church which the town and the idea scuttled in

mercially or residentially devel- ception in 1788 to the late 19th Somers. All are gone now. is still in use today. e Toma- 1973.  At the same time, devel-

oped.  Here again the particular century made their living in these An important need that arose hawk Chapel was built in 1837 for oper Henry Paparazzo received

rather the abstract universal have trades and businesses.  When was to create schools for the many Methodist Protestant worshipers. approval to build a Designed

guided the potentialities that com- the Muscoot and Croton Rivers children in Somers. Around 1800, e Church of the Good Shepard Residential Development of 3100

mon sense can properly manifest were dammed, the water power a private school called the Somers in Granite Springs began services homes on 1100 acres (1.9 Square

for a town. was lost, and many mills had to Academy was founded where in 1901.  e Hebrew Congrega- Miles).  Upscale condominiums

Over 300 years ago our fu- close.  One of the rst people to Ivandell Cemetery is now. A two- tion of Somers was completed in would be constructed in the ex-

ture hometown was home to the import millstones was John Tyak story a air, with two classrooms, it 1948. Somers Catholics worshiped isting woodland on the East and

Kitchawanks and other Native (1788-1841) who is buried in Mt. had 150 students. In the 1870s the at St. Josephs Church in Croton West Hills north of the Somers

American tribes who were part Zion Cemetery. school became a Common School Falls until 2014 when the new Hamlet. About 40% of the land

of the Wappinger Confedera- Hachialiah Bailey was one of District. It burned down January church in Somers was dedicated was set aside as forever wild. An

cy.  ey had lived here for thou- the farmers. Around 1806 he 1st,1896.  In 1811 there appeared that year with seating for 850 and amazing development, it has

sands of years subsisting on game, brought an Elephant to Somers to be one school but by 1824 there parking for 300 cars. ponds, swimming pools, two golf

sh, nuts, fruits, corn, beans, and he named “Old Bet.” is began were 10 one-room school houses rough 1950 or so, Somers still courses, a restaurant, tennis courts,

squash.  ey did not understand a long period of growth of me- with a 7-month school year.  As had some farms although most an activity center, and much more.

owning land, but believed you only nageries with many exotic animals roads improved it was possible were abandoned or sold.  Land By 2020 where were 3,683 people

used it.  ey called this area Ama- such as lions, tigers, zebras, hippo- to build a Somers Central Dis- was available for developers to living in 2,290 housing units. Set

paugh meaning “fresh water sh.” potamus, gira es, bears, and many trict School in 1937 for grades 1 come, and  they did.  Residences in the woods and fully landscaped,

But in 1697 that was to change others.  Traveling in the summer to 9. It became the Somers Junior up to about 1930 were old farm- it was set back from public roads

when Sachem (Chief) Wicker and wintering in Somers and High School in 1988. e Prim- houses and hamlet houses often and did not alter the town’s vis-

deeded about 83,000 acres of land nearby in the winter they earned rose School (K-2) was built in also housing a trade such as a ta! Other developers built custom

to Stephanus Van Cortland. Somers the name “Cradle of the 1959, the Somers High School blacksmith shop. In 1928 a de- homes on various subdivisions of 1

e land was divided into “Great American Circus.” With the de- opened in 1968, and the Somers veloper created a plan for Lake or more acres in parts of town.

Lots.” ese were further divided velopment of railroads, menager- Intermediate School (3-5) was Purdy with roads, 100” X 20” lots, e earlier practices of people

into farms averaging about 230 ies could winter over down south, open by 1972. Kennedy Catholic and a proposed lake and club- working to preserve our Home

acres, some purchased and some causing a decline of menagerie High School began operation on house.  It was approved, and the Town as a bucolic place to live and

leased by the future farmers. related business in Somers. 52 acres in 1967. All taught our lots advertised in the “Daily Mir- work, were not lost on those who

Lowlands were suitable for Bailey opened his Elephant ho- children basic writing, reading, ror” in NYC.  e resulting sum- would later plan commercial or

grains and uplands good for tel in 1825. It became the Somers spelling, mathematics, science, mer colony grew rapidly through residential endeavors in Somers.

grazing sheep and cattle.  Fields Town Hall in 1927. In 1839 the American History, art and music, the 1930s. As time went on the With this in mind, amazing com-

had to be cleared of timber and Farmers and Drovers bank was and physical education. houses were used year round and mercial development would be

stones. Mills were built and crude housed in the hotel from 1839 to Worship was important to renovated and expanded.  Lake coming to our Home Town in the

houses constructed.  Millers, sad- 1885. e Empire Sewing Ma- farm families.  e rst Meth- Shenorock and Land Lincolndale 1980’s.

dlers, blacksmiths, carpenters, chine Company was built in 1864 odist church in Somers was the also began development around

innkeepers, teachers and others but used water power to run its Mount Zion church erected in the same time as summer colonies. Article provided by the Somers

were attracted to the town settling machines.  When that stopped, 1794. In 1799 the Union Meeting ese three lake communities be- Historical Society. 

in the hamlets.  But in the 19th the factory closed in 1882. A large

century, Somers was mostly farms. unfailing spring was found on the

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