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Published by Halston Media, 2019-05-09 17:54:52

Yorktown News 05.09.19

Vol. 8 No. 6 Visit TapIntoYorktown.net for the latest news. Thursday, May 9, 2019

MURPHY CUP STAYS IN YORKTOWN

For the ninth-straight year, Yorktown held onto the Murphy Cup by defeating Lakeland/Panas. With the 11-4 victory, the Huskers now hold
a 27-3 advantage in the decades-old matchup with their cross-town rival. Turn to page 24 for complete coverage of the Murphy Cup.

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Soundview Prep names
new head of school

BY JESSICA JAFET feels very comfortable with independent

CONTRIBUTING WRITER school life—and relishes assuming this new

position at a place that emphasizes a ‘whole

Nestled on a small campus with buildings from the student’ approach to success.

1800s, Soundview Preparatory School is an intimate “ e school was founded by a man

private school in Yorktown that Tom Curley, the new named Glyn Hearn,” Curley explained.

Head of School, believes is an important option for “He wanted to create a school that had very

area families who have children in 6-12th grades. small classes, a very low teacher-to-student

“I think that the soul of this school and its mission ratio [now 4-to-1] that really brought a

is really extremely powerful,” Curley said. “Soundview non-competitive, gentle, approach to edu-

provides college preparatory education in a support- cation.”

ive environment that requires rigorous application to To that end, Curley said he intends to

academics, instills respect for ethical values and fosters have every student be educated in tech-

self-con dence by helping each student feel recog- niques for managing their social-emotional

nized and valued.” lives in ways that will serve them in college

e independent, co-ed day school on Underhill and beyond.

Avenue celebrated its 30th year, having moved to its “I’m looking for ways to create a curricu-

current location in 2008. lum surrounding social-emotional learning.

In April of this year, South Salem resident Tom at would be for our faculty, for our stu-

Curley took the helm and has become the third person dents, for our parents, for our entire com-

to lead the school since it was founded in 1989. munity to say this is how we can support

Curley, a Harvard graduate with an undergraduate one another: it seems like you are feeling

degree in German history and literature and a mas- this way, can I help? en identify within

ters in European history, is familiar with the setting, ourselves, how am I doing today? Is this a PHOTOS: JESSICA JAFET
having grown up in Western Massachusetts on the day when I am ready to take risks? Or this
South Salem resident Tom Curley, head of school

campus of a large boarding school. His father was a a day where I need to be self-composed?”

school teacher and administrator and Curley said he he said.

After 20 years of active teaching and sev- ‘I’m looking for ways
eral administrative roles, Curley, the father

of three young boys (who attend Katonah- to create a curriculum
Lewisboro schools) said that being the

head of school for a student body of 65 surrounding social-
students is a next step that he feels proud

to take, noting that 100 percent of Sound- emotional learning.’
view’s graduates go on to college.

“Maybe your student is struggling to –Tom Curley
nd a good social group in their current Head of School
school; students who are experiencing Soundview Preparatory School
anxiety—maybe with the state tests, maybe

with SATs, maybe with just being in a large

high-paced environment. ey nd a place

here where they can be themselves without any kind of their child coming here and just learning their voice

fear,” he said. and coming into themselves in a way that we don’t re-

“I hear story after story after story from parents of ally see happening in a larger school or in a more pres-

sured environment.”

A building at Soundview The school is located on Underhill Avenue in Yorktown.
Preparatory School

Page 4 – Yorktown News Thursday, May 9, 2019

The Staff Route 202 to be repaved

EDITORIAL TEAM Will result in tra c light changes
BRIAN MARSCHHAUSER
EDITOR: 914-302-5628 BY BRIAN MARSCHHAUSER be re-paved on May 20, at which tained by New York State, could the new Lowe’s store, which have
[email protected] EDITOR time motorists should see tra c not be implemented until temper- caused back-ups on Route 202
signal improvements, according to atures remained above 40 degrees and the Taconic State Parkway
GABRIELLE BILIK A stretch of Route 202 Supervisor Ilan Gilbert’s o ce. for a prolonged period of time. exit ramps.
SPORTS EDITOR: 914-214-4285 from Strang Boulevard to Old
Crompond Road is scheduled to e long-planned improve- Residents have complained Gilbert’s o ce said it is “well
[email protected] ments to the road, which is main- about the timed tra c lights near aware of the problems our resi-
dents have encountered during
ADVERTISING TEAM construction at the Lowe’s site,”
PAUL FORHAN prompting him to call meetings
914-202-2392 with the state Department of
Transportation.
[email protected]
LISA KAIN “After the road is milled and
paved another contractor will
914-351-2424 install a loop in the road’s pave-
[email protected] ment,” the supervisor’s o ce said.
“ is loop is designed to detect
CORINNE STANTON tra c and adjust the pre-pro-
845-621-4049 grammed timing of the lights to
accommodate the actual ow of
[email protected] tra c.”
JENNIFER CONNELLY
914-334-6335 Construction, which is weath-
er-dependent, is expected to take
[email protected] 12 days, the supervisor’s o ce
NANCY SORBELLA said.
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BRUCE HELLER Now in Yorktown Heights at 3379 Crompond Road Memorial Day Parade
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White Plains Hospital Physician Associates is pleased to offer internal and family A Memorial Day Parade will be
[email protected] medicine, endocrinology, and orthopedics in our new office located next to the AFC held at 11 a.m.Monday,May 27,in
Urgent Care in the heart of Yorktown. Same-day appointments are often available. Yorktown Heights.
PRODUCTION TEAM
TABITHA PEARSON MARSHALL CHRISTINE ASHOUR, DO MICHAEL GOTT, MD ALAN KANTOR, MD e parade will begin at York-
FAMILY MEDICINE ORTHOPEDICS town Town Hall, where there will
PRODUCTION MANAGER INTERNAL MEDICINE, be a brief ceremony,and end at Jack
DESIGNER/PHOTOGRAPHER ENDOCRINOLOGY DeVito Veterans Memorial Field.
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To make an appointment call (914) 849-7060 or online at wphpa.org At the town hall ceremony (363
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PRODUCTION/DESIGNER WHITE PLAINS HOSPITAL IS A MEMBER laid to honor Yorktown’s war dead.
OF THE MONTEFIORE HEALTH SYSTEM Dozens of groups, including many
EXECUTIVE TEAM veterans groups, will then march to
BRETT FREEMAN Veterans Road.

PUBLISHER: 845-208-8151 e event is co-sponsored by
[email protected] American Legion Post 1009 and
Yorktown VFW Post 8328.
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Deadlines nual Small Business Symposium
from 8 a.m. to noon Wednesday,
YORKTOWN NEWS DEADLINE May 29, at Mercy College’s York-
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Thursday, May 9, 2019 Yorktown News – Page 5

Albany wants to expand NYC’s
broken rent system statewide.

Their rent proposals are
bad news for our communities.

X They will not create a single new affordable apartment for poor and middle-class families.
X Will make it impossible for many owners to afford to maintain their properties, causing

buildings to fall into disrepair.

X Will cost the jobs of thousands of local contractors and small businesses while

discouraging investment in new housing.

X Will drive up YOUR property taxes or lead to service cuts if rent regulations

expand statewide.

We need responsible rent reforms that protect
tenants and our communities.

Call your State Legislators: Senate 518-455-2800 & Assembly 518-455-4100

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Page 6 – Yorktown News Thursday, May 9, 2019

Residents bring their dogs to Dog park
Sylvan Glen Paw Park to celebrate cfievleebyreaatress
the park’s fifth anniversary.
Dozens of residents and their pets came out to Sylvan Glen
Todd Orlowski, superintendent, Paw Park on Saturday, April 27, to celebrate the dog park’s
Parks and Recreation Department;
Town Clerk Diana Quast, chair, fth anniversary.
Parks and Recreation Commission; e park is located at 1800 Morris Lane in Mohegan Lake.
and David Rocco
e site, which allows dogs to run and play o -leash, was
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Thursday, May 9, 2019 Yorktown News – Page 7

Yorktown twins to celebrate 90th birthday

Yorktown residents Max turning 90 on Saturday. ton to wish each other a happy to World War II.
Hirsch and Marianne Dalton, No postcards or phone calls birthday because the twins are In the early 1950s,
twins born on May 11, 1929, are also neighbors. ey have lived
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Born during the Great De- Street, where Hirsch and his fa- ing the houses. e rst house
pression, the twins moved to ther built three houses. was built for the parents; the
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BRIEFS OBITUARIES

Yorktown Poetry Workshop BluePath Walkathon Florrie Todaro

e Yorktown Poetry Workshop meets on the e third annual BluePath Service Dogs In loving memory of Florrie “Flo” Todaro, who was mom to
fourth Wednesday of every month at 6 p.m. at Walkathon will be held Saturday, May 18, at Randy, Billy, Patty, Peggy and Lisa. She was also the grand-
the John C. Hart Memorial Library in Shrub FDR Park in Yorktown. e walkathon, 10 a.m. mother of 10 and great grandmother of nine.
Oak and welcomes edgling and experienced to 2 p.m., will raise funds in support of the non-
poets alike. Further information may be obtained pro t’s mission to provide autism service dogs, As a member of the Greatest Generation, Mom knew how to
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ties for independence. ere will be food, games enjoy the good times. Mom never complained even when deal-
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have six months to live.” at just made her love life even more
e North County Harp Ensemble will per- For more information or to register, visit blue- and ght that diagnosis.
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As a self-taught Master Gardener, everyone bene ted from
To advertise in Yorktown News, call Brett Freeman at 845-208-8151 or email [email protected] her experience with growing owers. Mom was a planter of
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Shameless self-promotion My Turn:

There’s a great scene in “Curb EDITOR who do under-the-radar good deeds, Part 1
Your Enthusiasm” where but desperately seek praise for their
Larry David, the main char- humility. There is no
more impor-
acter, is being honored for donating I’m talking about the people who tant question,
whether we explicitly
a new wing at the headquarters of an BRIAN help out their fellow man and woman MY
MARSCHHAUSER and seek nothing in return. You’re not PERSPECTIVE
environmental charity.

His generous donation, however, is in this for votes or glory—you just

undermined by his friend/rival Ted have kindness in your heart. confront it or not, JAMES
MARTORANO
Danson, who plays a ctional version ese people are like unicorns. I’d than the one we have

of himself on the show.Ted, like Larry, also donated a like to believe they exist, though I’ve never actually met been considering

wing, but he did so “anonymously.”Word of his altruism one. But I guess that’s the point, isn’t it? these last few weeks:

quickly spreads through the bene t, and Ted is lauded by It’s a rare thing in this world to nd someone who What is the mean-

just about everyone in attendance for his sel ess actions. does not view every situation as an opportunity for ing of life? Over the last several columns, I’ve provided a

Frustrated that his donation now looks like an act of personal gain. glimpse on how various traditions and philosophers have

self-promotion, Larry rightly points out that Ted can’t So, to those people, wherever and whoever you are, handled this inquiry. Before I tell you my own take, I ask

have it both ways. “You’re either anonymous or you’re this column is for you. You don’t get praise and you don’t for your indulgence as I set our philosophical table.

not. What is it?” want it. You’re making Yorktown and the world a better e rst step in any philosophical query is to de ne

“It’s fake philanthropy and faux anonymity,”he concludes. place. our terms. Here the term we must delineate is “meaning.”

From now until in November, you’re going to see a lot I’d like to spotlight you in the paper, but you’d prob- When we ask, “What is the meaning of life,” are we ask-

of politicians perform charitable acts—but never with- ably decline. ing what ful lls us? Or are we talking about something far

out a hoard of photographers close behind. And, as we more grandiose? e answer to that question depends on

learned from Ted and Larry, the more candid the photo, Addendum whether our context is subjective or cosmic.
the better it looks. You can never appear too eager for
From the subjective point of view, the question be-

attention. Self-promotion is an art form. Keeping in line with the theme of this week’s col- comes, “What life path will ful ll me the most?” Con-

A former state legislator who was a master of self- umn, I’d like to take a minute to shamelessly plug the current with that idea is the theme that we have seen

promotion once said, “If there wasn’t a picture, it didn’t accomplishments of Halston Media. Last month, my repeated over and over again by several cultures—that the

happen.” One way or another, if he did a good deed or colleagues Bob Dumas (Mahopac News) and Jodi quality of life, and therefore, its meaning, is determined by

made a donation, his constituents would know about it. Weinberger (North Salem News, e Somers Record, a number of critical concepts: life’s temporality, spontane-

e purpose of this column is not meant to shame Westchester Wellness), took home awards from the ity, freedom and any ideas of human perfection. Push-

anyone for this behavior. It’s propaganda, to be sure. But New York Press Association. In our division, which is ing subjectivity to its zenith are the Existentialists, with

agenda-driven charity is still charity. based on circulation, Bob was named the best colum- Nietzsche’s Superman being the most extreme example.

However, as any shameless self-promoter knows, press nist in New York State while Jodi received second- and From a cosmic, universal and divine perspective, comes

releases require the cooperation of the press. Otherwise, third-place awards for her feature writing. Jodi and our a di erent question, “Can we ground our life’s mean-

nobody outside of your most devoted supporters will production manager,Tabitha Pearson Marshall, were ing in a larger context?”We have witnessed how several

know what you’ve done. also recognized for their production of a special supple- major traditions have attempted to do precisely that: the

e media, either by action or inaction, plays a pivotal ment to e Somers Record. Bhagavad-Gita, the Book of Job, the Koran, the New

role in dispersing this information. is is especially true ese are simply incredible accomplishments. For a Testament, the Stoics, and others.

for a hyperlocal newspaper, where a good chunk of the company with such a modest editorial and production Many traditions fall somewhere in between. For ex-

news we publish is about neighbors helping neighbors. sta to compete and win against newspapers 10 times ample, Aristotle, Confucius and the Dalai Lama focused

ere are so many good things being done by chari- our size speaks to the talent and pride we have here. I’m primarily on the social context of life. For them, the for-

table individuals or groups in town: corporations and so proud to work with such a talented team of writers, mula for making sense of our “small” lives is to place them

non-pro ts, regular citizens and politicians, Boy Scouts photographers and designers who work late nights and within a larger social context. Aristotle, you may recall,

and Girl Scouts, Democrats and Republicans. e list long weekends with one goal: delivering quality local saw the measurement of the meaning of our lives in terms

goes on. news to the residents of our communities. of human perfection. Eudaimonia, or ourishing, was the

We publish much of what we are sent, but where do ey do so mostly in anonymity, rarely championing only path that would lead us to the meaningful life we so

we draw the line in helping these altruistic individuals or their own accomplishments. It’s an awkward thing tell- desperately seek. For him, it is an active life executed with

organizations advance their underlying cause? ing people how great you are. virtue, moral strength, friendship and practical wisdom

If a restaurant donates food to the homeless, do we But if they won’t do it, then I will. that holds the key to happiness. Similarly, the Daoists and

also list their specials for the week? If thousands con- Congratulations to Bob, Jodi,Tabby and everyone else the Zen Buddhists portray the ideal life as one lived by

tributed to charity, do we spotlight speci c business and at Halston Media. Your hard work, talent and dedication a wise man who doesn’t overlook the “empty spaces” and

politicians who participated? should not go unnoticed. lives spontaneously.

ese questions have no easy answer. Nuanced issues With the support of our readers, hopefully we’ll have e Dalai Lama extended this vision of perfection to

require case-by-case consideration. We’ll never be able many more accomplishments to brag about in the future. include the development of compassion, which required

to please everybody, but I sleep well at night knowing we altruistic action on behalf of others. Lest we forget the

do our best to remain neutral. is column was written by Brian Marschhauser. ough contributions of the West, it must be noted that Kant

Regardless of their ulterior motives, these shameless he went home empty-handed this year, he has previously and Mill persuasively argued that a meaningful life must

self-promoters are positively contributing to our society. won New York Press Association awards for photography, be based on reason, discourse and participation in liberal

For that, we thank you. Keep working at food pantries and in-depth reporting, and coverage of local government. He democratic societies. Challenging this point of view was,

picking up litter—even if you must bring your camera. enjoys picking up litter and donating to causes he supports. of course, Nietzsche who, taking an extremely subjective

But ultimately, this column is dedicated to the men Sometimes, when walking through grocery store parking lots, point of view, insisted that beauty can only be achieved

and women among us who truly are anonymously de- he pushes carts out of the way that are blocking spaces. He SEE MARTORANO PAGE 14

cent. And I’m not talking about the people, like myself, does not want your praise for these actions.

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Thursday, May 9, 2019 OPINION Yorktown News – Page 11

LETTERS

anks for making her many accomplishments as she Foley Group. Connection’s work with Corporate and stand beside us every step
our bene t a celebrated 15 years of dedicated A very special thank you also AV showing a video created by of the way. For more informa-
great success service to Support Connection. Bill Powers of PowersPR. tion about Support Connection’s
goes to Vinny and the sta at Villa services, please visit supportcon-
To the editor, Organizing the Spring Bene t Barone. Once again, they rolled I have been blessed to be nection.org.
Support Connection’s Spring was truly a labor of love. Over out the red carpet for Support Support Connection’s Executive
$50,000 was raised that will Connection with guests treated Director since our beginning in With deep gratitude,
Bene t, held on Friday, April 26, be used to help fund Support like family. e food and service 1996. We have now o ered sup- Katherine Quinn
was a great success due to the hard Connection’s Peer Counseling was outstanding. Entertainment port to thousands of women, their Executive Director
work and dedication of many Program for people dealing with was provided by the popular Class families and friends throughout
people. Since 1996, Support Con- breast or ovarian cancer. More Action band. Guests were able to the country. is is made possible Support Connection
nection, a not-for-pro t organiza- than 100 sponsors and donors capture the essence of Support by the people who believe in us
tion located in Yorktown Heights, contributed money or items to SEE LETTERS PAGE 15
has been o ering free, con dential make the evening a success—it is
breast and ovarian cancer support heartwarming to witness how car-
services provided by cancer sur- ing people help Support Connec-
vivors. e bene t is our second- tion ful ll its mission.
largest fundraiser of the year.
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A highlight of the evening was entire event. She worked tirelessly
honoring 10 people with Spirit with more than 20 volunteers
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the organization’s mission and in- evening together. Board members
spiring others dealing with breast Denise D’Amico, Janet DeVito
or ovarian cancer. In addition, and Laurie Leahy volunteered to
Barbara Cervoni received an Out- serve as co-chairs. Celeste Baccari
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On Stage: Feasting on family

Consider these tasty ingredients for relationships here gets caregiver. Vi and Barbara A perhaps more obvious theme here is
a delectable, prize-winning stage the ties that bind parents to children and
play, part tragedy, part comedy, all pretty funky before the become the fast-pump- vice versa. Mr. Letts pokes around the idea
uproarious: One mother, medicated. One of how parents and children stay tenuously
father, missing. ree sisters, distraught. curtain falls, by which BRUCE ing heart of the piece, connected while not wanting to be impris-
Sprinkle in a motley mix of in-laws and point the household has THE BLOG though their fraught and oned by past interdependence.
outcasts. For added measure, it’s August, fallen apart. fragile relationship feels
and the lady of the century-old house, For both generations, it’s a losing battle,
wherein they all noisily bump into—and Not all families can BRUCE more like congestive in more ways than one. In another time, it
bellow at—each other, has no use for air- was common for children to stick around
conditioning (or for heiresses). claim the abundance of APAR heart failure. wherever it was they grew up, staying near
to parents. As advances in transporta-
Meet the Westons of Pawhuska, Okla., volatile drama that dis- Where in all this ts tion made America easier to traverse, the
60 miles northwest of Tulsa, county of o spring more frequently ew further
Osage. ey’re on spectacular display tinguishes the Westons. Violet’s husband, Mr. from the nest, creating both physical and
through May 19, in a rousing production emotional distance from parents.
of Tracy Letts’s multi-award-winning stage ank goodness a writer Weston? at would be
play “August: Osage County,” at Axial e- Mr. Letts employs a starkly literal way to
atre in Pleasantville.Ticket information: as skilled as Tracy Letts Beverly, a lapsed poet underscore that evolution of lial estrange-
800-838-3006; axialtheatre.org. ment: He has the Westons’housekeeper,
gave birth to this cuckoo’s nest of vipers of some renown. He lives in the bottle, as a native American young woman named
Stir ‘em up and watch the blood boil Johnna Monevata (elegantly played by Alex-
over. Blaming and shaming, mocking and and victims. It makes for one heck of a Mrs. Weston, coping with mouth cancer, andra eodoropoulis, Cold Spring), explain
shocking one other. A lifespan of open that Cheyenne tradition is for the umbilical
wounds festering; feasting on each other’s roller-coaster ride. Not surprisingly, he has lives in the pillbox. cord of newborns to be dried and sewn into
weaknesses. Arguing about the rules of ar- a pouch worn for the rest of their life.
guing. Sure, every now and again, there’s a been amply rewarded for his e orts with e rst time we see Beverly is the last
stray compliment that manages to slip out, “If we lose it,” says Johnna, “our souls
but it’s usually a mere super ciality, skim- every coveted theater prize handed to him time we see him—in the opening scene. belong nowhere and after we die our souls
ming the thin ice that covers deep-seated will walk the Earth looking for where we
resentments. for this exquisitely crafted Pulitzer- and Following an elegiac monologue, spiked belong.” Inherent in the American tragedy,
so suggests Mr. Letts, is that we have for-
It’s a fun-house mirror of Americana Tony-winning play. with martini-dry humor and masterfully saken such wisdom and spiritual connect-
arcana, reminding us that the reason blood edness endemic to the native American
is thicker than water is because it’s larded His sharp-toothed dialogue is swift and delivered with economy and authenticity culture that we not only supplanted but
with toxic sentiment, born of relationships also demonized.
that were thrust upon us by birth or invited savage, most notably as voiced by mouthy by D. Scott Faubel (White Plains), Beverly
in by marriage. More than one of those SEE APAR PAGE 15
matriarch Violet Weston, brought to vivid disappears with dispatch. e rest of the

life on the Axial stage, with a riveting play posits the Westons’extended family in

performance by the charismatic Mickey search of Beverly, but that’s the script’s Mac-

Pantano (of Manhattan, and member of Gu n, a favorite term of famed lmmaker

SAG/AFTRA and Actors Equity). She Alfred Hitchcock’s. It connotes a plot device

pulls o the neat theatrical trick of making that has little to do with the plot’s subtext.

Violet’s behavior so vile it’s sublime. Tract Letts’s real preoccupation is, in

As the play hurtles forward, the decided- part, with the failings of human connection

ly non-shrinking Violet meets her white- and communication. His ctional people,

hot match in eldest daughter Barbara, like a great many of us real-life folks, talk

portrayed potently by Elizabeth D’Ottavio and talk, but don’t hear each other very

(Old Greenwich). She e ectively manages well. ey talk at or past one another. ey

the tension within herself that pits resolve are busy licking their wounds, waiting

against exasperation, a dueling duality rec- anxiously for the next chance to defend and

ognizable to many an adult child-turned- retaliate, like domestic war games.

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MARTORANO one of the thorniest issues man during our lives. Stoics are less e importance of spontaneity capitalism and consumerism can
has had to face is his own mortal- emotive, pointing out that there is that is ascribed by many philoso- we truly become free.
FROM PAGE 10 ity or, in philosophical terms, the an in nite amount of time before phers is predicated on the belief
problem of temporality. How and after our brief dance with that our actions and values do So where does all this leave us?
through spontaneous art- are we to achieve a comfort level existence (so don’t waste your time not need to be brought together Each of us has our own experi-
istry guided by values we create knowing that our stay on this fretting). Buddhism, abandoning arti cially. Aristotle and Confucius ences, values and points of view.
ourselves, irrespective of society, planet is oh so brief? Many of the all fear, sees beauty in our imper- present for our consideration the As such, our answer to the ques-
religion, or government. more prominent traditions have manence and teaches that this example of the artist who prac- tion of the meaning of life will be
demurred by asserting that we very temporality mandates that we tices endlessly to achieve his true uniquely personal. I have taken
Moving beyond the initial really never die but somehow exist, act morally.Tolstoy and Nietzsche nature, without realizing that it us on a journey amongst some of
subjective/cosmic split, many in one form or another, after our embrace our inevitable demise en- was his for the taking. Daoism and the more prominent traditions,
traditions, as I alluded to earlier, death. Several suggest our “after- thusiastically and believe we must Zen want us to use spontaneity to not to waste our time, but rather,
emphasize three reoccurring life”will either be joyous or painful live every moment with an acute eliminate the limitations of society to provide a taste of what others
themes: temporality, spontaneity, depending on what we have done awareness of our mortality. and culture and return to our true through the ages have proposed,
and freedom. state of nature. Finally, spontaneity for better or for worse.
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APAR e three-act play’s three hours whiz by. Directed with LETTERS
a rm grasp and theatrical smarts by Axial co-artistic
FROM PAGE 12 director and stage veteran Catherine “Cat” Banks (Os- FROM PAGE 11
sining), the pace stays reliably on track, moving mostly at
Along with that, the author suggests, we have squan- breakneck speed. Round and round we go
dered the sacred human currency of mutual respect,
decency and kindness. Two set pieces indicative of her air are the rambunc- To the editor,
tious dinner scene, where the audience intimately over- It is time to change the conversation for Yorktown.
Of course, excellent material is essential to a rewarding looks the outsize dining room table of nine people eating It seems we continue to have the same debates,
theater experience, but the players must be up to the task. a real repast, as Violet ravenously feasts on her prey; and
So must the person piloting the production, the director. a scene where most of the actors are on stage at once, whether it be about the vacant Food Emporium, bring-
carrying on three or four simultaneous conversations in ing a hotel to Yorktown, or establishing sewers to parts
As the play’s only still-together married couple, Mat- a cacophony of crosstalk. For a director, it’s the prover- of town that are still on septic. In fact, these discussions
tie Fae Aiken, Violet’s sister, and Charlie, seasoned actors bial challenge of herding cats, and, true to her name, Cat have waged on for years with little to show for it.
Julie Gri n (Ossining) and Je Schlotman (Pleasantville) makes it all work purr-fectly.
turn in rip-roaring portrayals of unabashed “Plains” folks. I know they haven’t, because I have lived in Eliza-
So, save the date and location, May: Westchester beth Road for 20 years, and with many discussions
Levi Joseph Green (Bronx), as their son “Little County, for “August: Osage County.” about getting hooked up to the sewer system—we,
Charles,” and Maria Oppedisano (Harrison), as middle to this day, are still on septic! We, as voters, can either
sister Ivy Weston, who want to be married, prove achingly Media and marketing specialist Bruce Apar is Chief Content continue to allow this to happen or elect new leader-
vulnerable as lost souls who happily nd a soulmate in O cer of Pinpoint Marketing & Design, a Google Partner ship this November.
each other. Agency. Apar is a weekly columnist for Halston Media newspapers
and a writer for Westchester Magazine. Follow him as Bruce e Matt Slater is running for Yorktown town supervisor.
As youngest sister Karen Weston, who lives in sunny Blog and Hudson Valley WXYZ on social media. Reach him at He wants to change the conversation for Yorktown and
Florida, Siobhan McKinley (Ridge eld) carries o most [email protected] or 914-275-6887. bring a new perspective to town government. I have
convincingly an innocence and lightness that o sets the never really participated in local government before but
decidedly darker deliberations of her unsunny siblings. PHOTO COURTESY OF LESLYE SMITH I am excited to have someone new, who is also a prod-
iTshheaWviensgtoonnefaomf hilye’rsmmeedriccuartieadl mmBa:o9t.mr5i”aerncths,Vtiooltehte(MbeicmkeuysePmanetnatno) uct of our community, step up to run for public o ce.
Michael E. Boyle Jr. (Ossining), as Barbara Weston’s of Sheriff Deon Gilbeau (left, DanT:9F.o5”rman) and son-in-law Bill
soon-to-be-ex Bill, and Anthony Barresi, Jr. (Peekskill), as Fordham (Michel Boyle Jr.). Matt Slater has the vision to move Yorktown into
the naughty ancée of Karen Weston, conjure a fellowship the 21st century but he also exhibits the values that
of free spirits whose devil-may-care posturing be ts their Yorktown stands for. He believes in our community
helplessly horny impulses. and recognizes the potential for what could be. at
potential doesn’t just apply to young families, but our
As helpful Sheri Deon Gilbeau, who had courted business community, our caregivers and our seniors.
Barbara Weston in high school, Dan Forman (Yorktown Matt Slater understands what makes our community
Heights) projects a palpable discomfort in having to be so special and I know he will work to protect the
the bearer of sad tidings. e sheri ’s humble reticence fundamental values we cherish while making sure we
helps lower the temperature, albeit brie y, of an otherwise can tackle the challenges that await us. anks to Matt
over-heated pressure cooker. Slater it is an exciting time to live in Yorktown because
the promise of tomorrow is so rich.
Special mention goes to Stella DeBeech, who plays Jean
Fordham, precocious daughter of Barbara and Bill. Stella, Sincerely,
a 15-year-old freshman at Ridge eld High School, studies Derek DeFeo
with Cat Banks in Howard Meyer’s Acting Program, and
is making her stage debut in the play. I hope she keeps at Yorktown Heights
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Meet the Lakeland school board candidates

ree people are running un- will graduate Walter Panas High dren started kindergarten through capital improvements and facil- political science from the Univer-
contested for three seats on the School next year. graduation. For the past two-and- ity updates to promote safety and sity at Albany, a master’s degree
Lakeland Central School District a-half years, in addition to being increase e ciency for our facilities in mathematics education from
Board of Education. e budget Most of my working career the president of the Walter Panas while remaining responsible with Lehman College, and a master’s
and trustee vote will be held from was spent in the travel industry. High School parent’s organiza- the district’s budget. And just degree in school building leader-
7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday, May 21, I held positions in management, tion, I have also been a member of as importantly, we must ensure ship from Mercy College. For the
at Van Cortlandtville Elementary including sta ng and budgeting, the district Parent’s Council and that teachers and sta have the past 22 years, I have worked as an
School, 3100 East Main St., Mo- training and security within the the Walter Panas Building Emer- resources to do their jobs e ec- educator for the Yonkers Public
hegan Lake. airline industry; and later handled gency Response Team. tively and to promote community Schools as both a math teacher
corporate travel with a worldwide among all students while teach- and, for the past 12 years, an assis-
Becky Burfeind travel management company. I I have a passion to see our chil- ing respect, kindness and ethical tant principal. I currently work at
took a 16-year sabbatical from dren succeed through quality edu- behavior. Lincoln High School. I have been
Who are you? Provide a brief professional life to be a full-time cation and programs and to be- a volunteer coach for the Shrub
overview of your background, mom. I was a part-time tness in- come the citizens who will shape Adam Kaufman Oak Athletic Club for the past six
education and experience. structor for ve years during that the world of tomorrow. I have years, and for the past two, I have
time. I returned to corporate life supported our students, our teach- Who are you? Provide a brief served on its Board of Directors as
I am a 17-year resident of Cor- in 2016 and am currently the of- ers, our schools and our district overview of your background, the director of football.
tlandt, and have had two children for many years and welcome the education and experience.
go through Lakeland Central ce manager for a local nancial/ opportunity to be part of the gov- Why do you want to be a
School District schools. My old- retirement planning rm. ernance to ensure they are o ered I was born and raised in Yon- member of the Lakeland Cen-
est is just completing his freshman the tools and instruction needed kers, where I graduated from tral School District Board of
year of college and my youngest I am involved with the Chil- to succeed. Roosevelt High School. I am the Education?
dren’s Heart Foundation – NY son of a retired high school teach-
WHY DO WE Chapter, and strive to raise aware- What is a top priority for the er (mom) and a sales rep (dad). I e Lakeland Central School
ness and support for children and Lakeland School District going moved to Yorktown Heights 12 District has become a part of my
ADVERTISE families living with Congenital forward? years ago, and I have two children, life since the day my family moved
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IN HALSTON I believe the top priority for the Lakeland Copper Beech Middle the foundation for achievement,
Why do you want to be a Lakeland Central School District School. and I believe that it is a school
member of the Lakeland Cen- is to uphold and advance the mis- district’s responsibility to provide
tral School District Board of sion of educating and preparing I have a bachelor’s degree in the greatest possible opportuni-
Education? our students through academics ties for children to achieve their
and extracurricular programs so maximum potential. Because of
I have volunteered within the that every child has the tools to my background and experience
Lakeland Central School District succeed in life. We support the in the eld of education, I feel as
for 14 years. From class parent to arts, competitive sports and make though I would bring a new and
president of the parent’s organiza- available to each student a variety unique perspective to the Board of
tion, and many clubs and com- of extracurricular and academic Education.
mittees in between, I have been pathways to enable them to reach
involved from the time my chil- their fullest potential. Each day of my life, I live the
day-to-day operation of a pub-
We must continue to provide a lic high school. is keeps me
safe and secure environment for acutely attuned to current trends
all students by building on the in education, understanding the
initiatives already implemented
along with those proposed for SEE LAKELAND BOE PAGE 17
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LAKELAND BOE day. We need to continue to build School. I hold a bachelor’s degree schools. With my children just be- to provide a curriculum that uplifts
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up the district’s infrastructure in criminal justice from the Uni- ginning their education, Lakeland students who need help, challenges

while we modernize facilities to versity at Albany and a law degree will continue to be part of my life those in the middle, and enriches

social/emotional mindset of chil- meet the demands of educating from the University of Florida. for many years to come. our more advanced performers.

dren, and a nger on the pulse our children. Lastly, we need to I have dedicated my career to I want to continue serving on I support arts-rich schools, with

of the needs of those responsible continue to be scally responsible public service, working for both the Lakeland Central School Dis- competitive athletics, that o er

for educating our youth. I believe to the community, ensuring that state and local government, and trict Board of Education because varied extracurricular activities.

that our school district has done our teachers and schools have the served for more than a decade as a I’ve now seen rst-hand that being Second, we need to continue mod-

great things, and I would like to tools they need to provide the best Westchester County assistant dis- a trustee is demanding, but im- ernizing our existing infrastructure.

be a part of the team that contin- education possible to our students. trict attorney. I have been a mem- mensely rewarding. I believe you We must make long-term plans to

ues to move the district forward. Robert Mayes ber of the board of directors of only get out what you put in, and maximize the value of our dollars
ere is always much to be done several non-pro ts, volunteer with over the past year I’ve been all in. and provide top-notch facilities

and, if elected, I look forward to Cortlandt American Little League I have not missed a single board for use by students and the com-

working with the current Board of and am a past vice-president of the meeting or a single committee munity. We have already made

Education to continue to provide Lincoln-Titus PTA. meeting. I am a member of the great strides in this area with the

a high-quality education for our I was elected to the Lakeland Safety and Security, District Par- placement of air conditioning in all

students, and to help create those Central School District Board of ents Council,Legislative Advocacy classroom, the ongoing Lakeland

opportunities for them to realize Education last year, to an unex- and Capital Projects committees. High School elds project and

that potential. pired term, and am now seeking a I believe our district is doing great planned projects at many of the

What is a top priority for the full term on the Board of Educa- things, but I also believe there is other schools.

Lakeland School District going tion. plenty of more work to do. Next, in today’s world, the safety

forward? Why do you want to be a If re-elected, I plan to continue and security of our schools is also

e top priority for any school member of the Lakeland Central collaborating with all who contrib- a concern. I plan to continue using

district must begin and end with School District Board of Educa- ute to Lakeland’s success and will my more than a decade of experi-

the students. Our district must tion? strive to balance competing inter- ence in working with Westchester

continue to embrace its philoso- As a proud graduate of Lake- ests and work toward common County law enforcement agencies

phy of preparing students for a land schools, whose children now goals. I believe that a high-quality to make sure our schools take ev-

rapidly changing world. We need Who are you? Provide a brief attend Lakeland schools, my com- education leads to a brighter fu- ery measure necessary to protect

to continue to challenge students’ overview of your background, mitment to our district runs deep. ture, and I want to see Lakeland our children, but at the same time

thinking in order to achieve a high education and experience. e Lakeland Central School continue to maximize the potential remain a welcoming, nurturing en-

academic standard. We need to I am a fth-generation resident District has been a part of my life of each and every student, much as vironment for students to learn.

continue to enrich our children’s of the town of Cortlandt, the son for as long as I can remember, and it did for me. Last, but certainly not least, -

experiences beyond the classroom of a retired Lakeland teacher, and my education in Lakeland schools What is a top priority for the nances are always a top priority for

so that they understand what it the father of a third grader and formed the bedrock of my educa- Lakeland School District going our district. at is why I work to

means to be part of an intercon- kindergartener at Lincoln-Titus tional and professional achieve- forward? provide Lakeland’s teachers and

nected world. Safety and security Elementary School. I attended ments. Watching my children Above all, our district must pri- students with the tools they need

must stay at the top of the district’s Lincoln-Titus Elementary School, ourish in this district, and being a oritize an educational philosophy to achieve excellence, but remain

list of priorities, as our world be- Lakeland Copper Beech Middle Lakeland school board trustee, has that seeks to achieve academic mindful of our obligation to be

comes more unpredictable each School, and Walter Panas High renewed my appreciation for our growth for all students. We need careful stewards of taxpayers’dollars.

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Meet the Yorktown school board candidates

ree people are running un- Fiscal Advisory Committee, and opportunities to our students administration, faculty, parents into the future with our students
contested for three seats on the I currently serve as the chair of that will enable them to be the and the community. Together, well-prepared to pursue their
Yorktown Central School Dis- the Audit Committee. leaders of the next generation we have achieved signi cant dreams.
trict Board of Education. e while cultivating empathy and milestones and many of our
budget and trustee vote will be Professionally, I’ve worked in kindness. Prior to being on the goals. As a district, we have What is a top priority for
held from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tues- the nancial services industry BOE, I have an extensive his- many strengths: a strong scal the Yorktown School District
day, May 21, in the Mohansic for 22 years. I have an MBA in tory of volunteering in YCSD in position, 21st-century technol- going forward?
Elementary School gymnasium, leadership positions in the PTA, ogy in the classrooms, athletic
704 Locksley Road, Yorktown nance from NYU and a bach- PTSA Council, and Foundation programs, top-notch facilities, e Yorktown Central School
Heights. elor’s degree in nance from for Excellence to provide grants performing arts programs, sci- District will continue to be a pio-
Michigan State. and scholarships to students to ence and technology programs neer in its work with ESTEAM.
Reshmi Bose reach their full potential. I’ve in grades K-12, talented and
My passion is K-12 educa- also served as a parent member dedicated sta and of course, e concept of ESTEAM is the
Who are you? Provide a brief tion and providing educational on the National School District our students who never cease to magical coalescence of empathy,
overview of your background, of Character Committee and as amaze us with their strengths kindness, creativity, innovation,
education and experience. a board member on the State and achievements. imagination, science, technol-
School of Character Committee. ogy, engineering, arts and math-
I am proud to be a York- I hope to continue to build ematics. We recognize that our
town resident for 15 years with Why do you want to be on the strengths of our district students today are the leaders of
my husband, Subhra. Our two a member of the Yorktown by bringing my nance back- tomorrow and beyond. It is our
children attend the Yorktown School District Board of Edu- ground, fundraising background, vision to empower our learners
schools. It’s been a pleasure and cation? organizational management, with the necessary skills to be
an honor for me to serve for strategic thinking, and business successful when they enter the
three years as a Trustee on the During my three years on the acumen to the school board. I global workforce and for them
Yorktown Central School Dis- Board of Education, I’ve enjoyed believe that my experiences and to have the capacity to in u-
trict Board of Education. While collaborating with other trustees perspective will continue to add ence change in the world. While
on the BOE, I’ve served on the on the BOE, our superinten- value to our district as we race this is a lofty goal for any school
dent, assistant superintendents, district, it is a goal we believe in
and it will remain a top priority
for us.

We will continue to infuse
ESTEAM into our instruction-
al program, while we continue to
embrace the importance of read-
ing, writing, vocabulary, social
studies, public speaking, music,
physical education, world lan-
guages, and all other important
content areas and subjects that
our students learn about every
day in the classrooms.

As we continue to build upon
and expand our ESTEAM pro-
gram, I am very excited for the
opportunities that are ahead of
us.

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YORKTOWN BOE School District Board of Edu- my voice will always represent a are made accordingly. Programs, in eighth grade. I am an attor-
FROM PAGE 22
cation? vision for academic achievement resources, and safety measures ney and a partner in the national

As a member of the Board of that supports the whole child are instituted in order to ensure rm of Traub Lieberman Straus

My education includes a Education, I am able to share a while maintaining a safe and that our sta and students can & Shrewsberry LLP, where I

bachelor of electrical engineer- vision for academic achievement secure learning environment for teach and learn in a safe and se- have worked for approximately

ing from Manhattan College including an expectation of high our school community. cure environment. 12 years. I graduated from Pace

and a master of business admin- academic standards as part of What is a top priority for Whether it is upgrading fa- Law School in 1994. I have been

istration from Pace University. a curriculum that educates the the Yorktown School District cilities, expanding learning op- a trustee on the Board of Educa-

Following my graduation from whole child. Rich academic cur- going forward? portunities, adding resources or tion since February 2018. I have

college, I worked as an electrical riculum, a plethora of sports op- A top priority for Yorktown reinforcing school safety initia- also been very active in the Yor-

engineer for a local utility com- portunities, a strong performing Central School District is stay- tives, the district strives to pro- ktown community, holding vari-

pany working on energy conser- arts department, various com- ing at the forefront of our stu- vide an optimum learning en- ous leadership roles in the York-

vation projects. After obtaining munity service opportunities, a dents’ education, in a 21st- vironment for all students. Our town PTAs, including president

my MBA, I held several man- variety of di erent co-curricu- century learning environment, board responsibilities, in tandem of the high school PTA and co-

agement positions at a Fortune lars and clubs, and many civic while maintaining a scally re- with our district’s mission state- president of the District PTA. I

500 insurance company. opportunities within the school sponsible budget. ment and our superintendent’s also volunteer my time with the

For the past three-and-a-half and community are some of the Incorporated into our cur- action plan, will ensure that ev- Yorktown Athletic Club and

years, I have been a Board of Ed- ways in which our students are riculum and vision is STEAM- ery student will receive the best served on the Advisory Board

ucation trustee for the Yorktown able to become well-rounded based education—science, tech- and most well-rounded educa- for Yorktown Youth Court.

Central School District serving students who will have a posi- nology, engineering, arts and tion. Why do you want to be

as co-chair of the Policy Com- tive in uence in this world. As math. Recently, ESTEAM has Lisa Rolle a member of the Yorktown
mittee and serving as a mem- a proud parent of a graduate of become part of our academic School District Board of Edu-

ber of the Steering Committee. Yorktown High School and of world, with the rst E represent- cation?

Prior to my time on the board, two children currently attending ing empathy, being the founda- I have been a trustee with the

I enjoyed volunteering as York- schools in the district, I see the tion of all teaching and learning. board since February 2018 and

town High School PTSA presi- caliber of education and experi- e district continues to expand have witnessed rst-hand the

dent, Mildred E. Strang Middle ences my children receive while learning opportunities, as well as good work that is being done.

School PTA president (Excel- being a part of the school com- provide additional resources so e administration and trustees

lence in Character and Citizen- munity. that students can work and learn are dedicated to bringing the

ship Award recipient in 2017), As co-chair of the Policy in an environment which fosters best education and school ex-

Crompond PTA president and Committee, I am able to review the ESTEAM philosophy. ES- perience to the students in our

Mohansic PTA vice president. and implement school policies TEAM has allowed us to move community while remaining s-

In my free time, I am a vol- with a team of my colleagues fo- the district forward with an cally responsible. I would like

unteer basketball coach for the cusing on student achievement emphasis on social-emotional to continue to be a part of that

Yorktown Athletic Club and and safety. Our policies support learning opportunities for all team.

I recently completed my 10th our vision and focus on what is students. Students are not only What is a top priority for

year of coaching soccer for the best for all students. As a mem- learning, but they know that the Yorktown School District

Yorktown Youth Soccer Club. ber of the Steering Committee, what they learn can be put into going forward?

In 2013, I received the East I collaborate with my colleagues action and make a di erence in Who are you? Provide a brief Under the leadership of the

Hudson Youth Soccer League in order to maintain and en- the world. overview of your background, current administration, York-

“Coach of the Year” Award and hance facilities so that they can In addition to the district’s education and experience. town has developed the innova-

the Eastern New York Youth best service the needs of our strong academic standards, a top I have been a Yorktown resi- tive ESTEAM program, which

Soccer Association “Coach of learning community. priority will always be school dent for approximately 16 years. has taken the student experience

the Year” Award. Whether it’s at Board of Ed- safety and security. Our safety I have three children in the Yor- to a whole new level. I would

Why do you want to be ucation meetings, committee and security procedures are con- ktown School District, two of like to see this program continue

a member of the Yorktown meetings, or school functions, tinuously reviewed and upgrades whom have graduated and one to develop and grow.

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Huskers take the Murphy Cup again

BY MIKE SABINI
CONTRIBUTING WRITER

Yorktown and Lakeland/Panas’ boys lacrosse squads each Reese Andrews Lakeland/
year play for the Murphy Cup, the game named after the late fires one into Panas’ Dan
Charlie Murphy, beloved benefactor of the Huskers’program. the net. Ciraco gets

is year, the Huskers jumped out to a 4-0 lead under Rebel Matt Makar the loose
the lights on May 4, en route to a 11-4 triumph against the shoots. ball and
Rebels at Charlie Murphy Athletic Field. starts his
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“It’s an historic game,” Yorktown’s Timmy O’Callaghan Yorktown’s Naim Sinajaj
said. “We hear about Charlie Murphy all the time, the eld blocks Lakeland/Panas’
is named after him. He’s a big gure in this town, so winning Phil Dellamonica from
this game is huge, not only for us but for everyone else advancing towards the net.
involved with the program.”

O’Callaghan (3G, 1A), with an assist from Blake Borges
(2G, 1A), gave Yorktown, which has won 27 of the 30 cup
meetings, its 4-0 advantage with 1:29 to go in the opening
half.

“We’d like to get o to a big lead,” O’Callaghan said. “Our
defense did a good job at keeping them at 0 for awhile so we
had to take advantage of that and get as many goals as we
could before they scored. We got on a nice little run to start
the game. So,when we scored that fourth goal, it gave us some
nice, little breathing room.”

Lakeland/Panas,which last won the cup in 2010,responded
six seconds later when Mason Nocito, courtesy of an assist by
TJ Bryan (5 face-o s won), cut the Huskers’ lead to 4-1.

“Our face-o man TJ, who had been outstanding all night,
won the face-o , brought it down, passed it to me, the guy
slipped, no one came to me so I just shot it and I shot it o
him, he was a righty,” Nocito said. “I knew once I shot it, I
had to put it in.”

Lakeland/Panas’ Sean Laukaitis scored 26 seconds into the
second half, slicing Yorktown’s lead in half, 4-2.

“It was right at the beginning of the second half,” Nocito
said. “We had momentum, coach told us we had to come out
and match their intensity and we put that goal right in and it
got us lifted a little bit.”

Reese Andrews (2G, 1A) answered back with 9:47 to go
in the third quarter, putting Yorktown up 5-2 and it didn’t
look back.

“Lacrosse is a game of runs so we wanted to prevent them
from getting on a big run,” O’Callaghan said. “ ey had two
goals in a couple of minutes so Reese’s goal really kind of
extinguished that and let us get back in our groove.”

Yorktown’s Alex DeBenedictis (3G), Keegan Doller (1G,
1A), Shane Dahlke (1A), Brendan Williams (11 face-o s
won), Dan O’Meara (6 saves), Adam Norris (1 save) and
Lakeland/Panas’ Matt Makar (2G), Alex Davoli (1A) and JP
Walsh (7 saves) produced for their respective teams.

“ e boys really understand,” Yorktown coach Sean
Carney said about the importance of winning the Murphy
Cup. “We try to teach them about what Mr. Murph really
meant to the program and not just the person, but it’s also
about the community, the town, being sel ess, lled with the
community of respect and sel essness, and that’s really what
this cup means to us. It’s their job is to bring it back and make
sure they keep it here.”

Lakeland/Panas coach Jim Lindsay said the game is
important for the tradition of the two programs.

“I don’t know how many of these kids really know much
about Charlie, especially our kids, it’s been so long, but it’s a
rivalry,” Lindsay said. “Part of the Lakeland School District is
in the town of Yorktown. So, these kids see each other in the
summer time, they play football against each other, basketball,
so it’s nice. ere’s a mutual respect there for two programs
that goes back years and years and years so it’s important for
both sides.”

Yorktown (8-4) lost against visiting Ridge eld 12-11 and
Lakeland/Panas (4-9) fell to visiting John Jay-Cross River
11-5 on April 30.

Thursday, May 9, 2019 SPORTS Yorktown News – Page 25

Yorktown girls lax avenge loss to John Jay-CR

BY MIKE SABINI made 12 clutch saves.

CONTRIBUTING WRITER “Our defense was the key to the

win in this game,” Barer said. “We

Yorktown’s girls lacrosse squad were able to completely lock down

earned sweet revenge when it John Jay and play as an intense

defeated visiting John Jay-Cross unit. Our goalie, Sophia Altimari

River 8-7 on April 29,in a rematch was a brick wall in the cage as well.”

of last year’s Section 1 Class B title Barer (3G), Kelsey McDonnell

game, won by John Jay. (3G), Elli O’Donnell (1G), Alexa

“It was de nitely rewarding to Borges (1G), Lindsay Boyle (2A)

beat the team that took the Section and Maddy Marr (1A) made up

title out from underneath us,” Yor- the o ensive production for the

ktown’s Jesse Barer said. “Honestly, Huskers.

we came into the game wanting Yorktown fell at Wilton 9-6 on

revenge, and we absolutely worked May 2, led by McDonnell (3G),

our tails o .” Borges (1G,1A),Barer (1G),Aliza

One of Barer’s teammates, Jenna Garofalo (1G) and Altimari (9

McPherson, echoed her senti- saves).

ments, stressing that what hap- e Huskers nished the week

pened in last year’s title game was with a 15-4 victory at Harrison on

indeed on the forefront of their May 4. Yorktown jumped out to

minds. PHOTO: ROB DIANTONIO a 10-2 halftime advantage against

“My team and I really wanted Yorktown got some revenge for a loss to John Jay in last year’s Class B girls lacrosse final. the Huskies and didn’t look back in

this win because of our loss last garnering their victory.

year in the section nal,” McPher- Yorktown’s defense had it on half blazing, scoring the rst three for the win, but so were we,” Barer Borges (2G, 4A), McDon-

son said. “We came out strong and lockdown in the rst half, as it held goals in it, as Barer scored the third said. “It was de nitely worrisome nell (3G, 1A), Boyle (1G, 2A),

held on till the end.We knew what John Jay to just two goals, with the goal in that stretch with 16:17 re- when they started to come back, O’Donnell (2G), Barer (2G), So-

had to get done.” Huskers leading 5-2 at halftime. maining in the game. at goal and we knew that we had to play phia Spallone (1G, 1A), Sam Pa-

e win had added importance “Our defense has been doing re- gave Yorktown a 8-2 lead before with heart and work together. We glino (1G, 1A), Grace Pearce (1G),

because with John Jay moving ally well this season,” McPherson John Jay, who won the draw con- simply had to readjust and regroup, Marr (1G), Noelle Cegielski (1G),

down to Class C for the postseason said. “We’ve been communicating trol battle 11-6, scored the last ve and we were able to come out on Izzy Cicinelli (1A), Nicole Peters

in 2019, this regular season contest with each other which is a key fac- goals of the game with the Huskers top.” (4 saves) and Altimari (1 save)

was Yorktown’s only chance to tor.We knew what we had to do to holding on for the sweet one-goal Backing up the Yorktown de- helped the Huskers (10-4) garner

avenge last year’s title game loss to come out with the ball.” victory. fense was the outstanding play of that victory against Harrison.

the Indians. Yorktown started the second “We knew they were hungry its goalie, Sophia Altimari, who

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Lakeland/Panas girls lead locals at Somers meet
Vasta wins javelin, Salazar leaps to triple jump title; Abel rst for boys

Lakeland/Panas’ girls track Patrick Abel
and eld team placed fth in
Class A at the 43rd annual Joe PHOTO: TABITHA
Wynne Somers Lions Club Invi- PEARSON MARSHALL
tational on May 3 and 4. PHOTO: TABITHA PEARSON MARSHALL

Lianna Vasta won the javelin Brooke Sayre
(108-02) while teammate Lau-
ren Salazar placed rst in the tri-
ple jump (34-07). Taryn Hodge
took second in the high jump (4-
10). Brook Sayre was third in the
1,500 meters (4:51.70).

e 4x200-meter relay team
placed rst in 1:45.89.

For the Rebel boys, Patrick
Abel won the 400-meter dash
(49.55). Nicholas DeSantis was
third in the discus (110-10). Jus-
tin Cort took fth in the high
jump and seventh in the long
jump. Chris Bruen was seventh
in the 800 meters. Lakeland/Pa-
nas placed eighth as a team.

For the seventh-place York-
town boys team, Aaron McGirr
took second in the long jump
(21-06 1/4) with Kenny How-
ell placing third (20-03). Omar
Tabanjeh was third in the high
jump (5-08) and teammate Jack-
Henry Whalen was fourth.

Keira Flaherty was fourth in
the 1,500 and fth in the 400
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VARSITY SPORTS ROUNDUP

Rebel girls lax squad wins twice

No. 1 Hornets win Lombardo Tourney

BY MIKE SABINI title game, handing the Indians

CONTRIBUTING WRITER their rst loss of the season after

14 wins.

Lakeland/Panas’ girls lacrosse “It meant a lot,” said

squad fell to visiting Horace Lakeland’s Joe Vetrano, who had

Greeley 14-13 on May 4, led by a solo homer against Ketcham,

Megan Mucci (4G),Emily Kness of winning the tournament.

(3G, 1A), Jenna McCrudden “Rye and Ketcham are two great

(3A), Katelyn Cerrato (2G), teams. We all battled and did our

Keirra Ettere (2G), Julia Araujo jobs.”

(1G, 1A), Raquel Nieves (1G) Propelling Lakeland to the win

and Miranda Lopes (3 saves). against Ketcham was excellent

relief pitching.

LAKELAND/PANAS 12 “Kevin Burke and Zach Cohen

WAPPINGERS 6 did a great job in relief of Evan

Lakeland/Panas beat host Berta, who got hurt in the third

Wappingers 12-6 on May 2, inning,” Lakeland coach Bill

paced by Kness (5G, 1A), Araujo Casey said.

(3G), Mucci (2G), Nieves (1G), Cohen, who was 5-7 at the

Ettere (1G), McCrudden (1A), plate in the tournament, earned

and Lopes (11 saves). the save against Ketcham.

“Everyone on our team stepped

LAKELAND/PANAS 17 up big time,” Vetrano said of his Gianna Scialdone grabs the ground ball and breaks into a run up the field.

ARLINGTON 7 team’s play in the tournament.

Lakeland/Panas (7-7) was “We had quality at bats and our double, walk, 3 runs) also stood

victorious against visiting defense was strong.” out with his bat.

Arlington 17-7 on April 30, led

by Kness (5G, 4A) and Ettere LAKELAND 8 YORKTOWN 8

(5G, 1A). RYE 5 CARMEL 5

“Emily is a very athletic and Lakeland defeated Rye, the Chris Sica’s two-run homer

strong player all the time and in No. 2-ranked Class A team in on a y ball to left eld in the

the Arlington game her ability to the state, 8-5, on May 4 in the sixth inning, which drove in Nick

win the draws and quickly detect opening round of the Lombardo Campanaro, who doubled, put

an open player contributed to Tournament, led by Vetrano, who Yorktown up 8-3 in a 8-5 Husker

our win drastically,” Ettere said. pitched six innings in earning the win at Carmel on May 1.

“I made sure that I drove strong victory, and Andrew Croce, who “My fourth at bat in that game

to the goal to nish my shots was 3-4 at the dish. I was overly anxious and just

and to play strong and aggressive looking to square a good pitch

defense while communicating LAKELAND 7 up,” said Sica, who was 2-4 with

well with my teammates. I think PANAS 2 two runs scored.

su ering our recent losses we Lakeland swept the season- “I fell behind in the count

were really looking for a big win series from sister school Walter and was looking for his o -

and so I knew we had to step it Panas with a 7-2 victory against speed pitch which was a curve. I

up if we expected that outcome.” the Panthers on May 3 at the knew he was throwing the curve

Cerrato (2G), McCrudden Granite Knolls Sports Complex. because he changed his motion

(2G), Nieves (1G, 1G), Gianna “It was great, you always want and as soon as I saw that I waited

Scialdone (1G), Araujo (1G), to beat your rival and to do it back. Unfortunately for him, he
Mucci (1A), Lopes (7 saves) twice in that fashion it feels good,” left it hanging and I put a good Keirra Ettere heads up the field.

and Emily McGovern (6 saves) Lakeland’s Jason Green said. swing on it. It felt great to make

joined Kness and Ettere in the Green, the winning pitcher, solid contact with a baseball and

box score. was spectacular with his arm that’s exactly what I did. I hustled

“ is game was a big team (6 innings, 0 earned runs, 5 out of the box until I saw the

e ort,” Ettere said. “Our strikeouts) and bat (2-3, 1 RBI, ump saying it’s out.”

transitions really helped our team 2 runs). Campanaro’s double knocked

to be o ensively and defensively “Just like last game I was just in Ryan Benson,who had singled.

on the same page. roughout feeling good and the con dence Yorktown trailed 3-1 after two

the game our team fed o of each I get when we are playing well as innings before rallying for the

other’s positive energy which a team just helps me even more,” victory.

helped us work together, get red Green said. “When we were down 3-1 we

up and result in having seven Lakeland’s Leo Cummings knew we had to get base runners,

di erent scorers.” added a double and 2 RBIs in the we all wanted to get on base any

Baseball victory. means necessary,” Sica said. “We
got some walks and some hits

LAKELAND 6 and tried to keep the momentum

LAKELAND 4 PANAS 0 that inning and we put up a good

KETCHAM 3 Lakeland (12-1) blanked Panas amount of runs.”

Lakeland, the No. 1-ranked 6-0 on May 1, with Vetrano (3.2 Anthony Fusco (1-3, walk)

Class A team in the state, beat innings) and Berta (3.1 innings) also homered,on a y ball to right

host Roy C. Ketcham, the No. combining on a four-hit shutout eld in the second to lead o the

14-ranked Class AA team in the at the Granite Knolls Sports inning, that put the Huskers

state, 4-3 on May 4 to win the Complex. SEE ROUNDUP PAGE 29 Julia Araujo reverses direction. PHOTOS: DEENA BELL
Ricky Lombardo Tournament Vetrano (2-3, 3-run homer,

Thursday, May 9, 2019 SPORTS Yorktown News – Page 29

ROUNDUP “We scored early and hit the ball PHOTOS: DEENA BELL
FROM PAGE 28
hard,” Cortino said. “Scoring in the

rst gave us some breathing room and

up 1-0, with Jack Tinari (1-1, RBI, allowed us to do our thing. We played

walk) and Luan Biberaj (1-2, 2 walks, really good defense, and that helped me

2 RBIs, 1 run) also contributing to the be con dent in just throwing strikes. I

Huskers’ cause o ensively. knew my teammates had my back.”

Benson won the game on the mound,

striking out two in two innings of relief. LAKELAND 5

PANAS 1

JOHN JAY EF 10 Lakeland’s Amanda DiClerico (2-3,

YORKTOWN 0 3 RBIs) hit her rst two home runs of

Sica, Robert Miller and Tyler her varsity career to lead Lakeland to a

Pugliese all singled for Yorktown (9-5) 5-1 win at Walter Panas on April 29.

in a 10-0 loss at John Jay-East Fishkill “It was amazing,” DiClerico said. “I

on April 29. was so happy that I got to hit them

Softball against Panas. It was a really awesome
experience to share with the team.

After last season, coming back from Jenna McCrudden (14) passes.
Katelyn Cerrato shoots one past the goalie.
YORKTOWN 6 surgery, it was really good to get back in

SOMERS 3 the swing of things and I’m glad it was

Yorktown came away with a big 6-3 against Panas.”

road win against rival Somers on May Winning pitcher Claire Fon (2-4,

1. homer, seven strikeouts on the mound),

“It was awesome to win against one Krystal Badillo (3-3, walk, run), Stella

of our rivals,” Yorktown’s Allie Cortino Bale (2-4) and Amanda Lopez (2-

said. “A lot of us have been playing with 4) also contributed to the victory for

and against these girls for many years, the Hornets (12-0), who are the No.

so getting the win tonight was really 5-ranked Class A team in the state.

special.” “Beating Panas was great,” DiClerico

Cortino (5 innings, 4 strikeouts) said. “I was looking forward to this

earned the win with Christina Ruvo game since the beginning of the season

(1 strikeout) nishing out the game for because playing against your friends

the save. is so fun. It was a really good game

Kaitlyn Bennett (2-4,2 runs),Cortino to play in and watch because of the

(3-4, RBI, run), Olivia Salveggi (1-3, 2 competitiveness. When we got the win

RBIs, double) and Olivia Fasce (2-3) I think that really gave us some more

produced o ensively for the Huskers momentum to continue on with the

(6-6). season.”

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CLUES ACROSS 46. New England college (abbr.) 17. Having sufficient skill
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8. Strange 48. Belgian province 22. No charge
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30. People native to Canada 4. Neither 40. Arizona native peoples
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PUBLIC NOTICE Bid specifications may be Hamvention® on Saturday, May GIVEN that the Budget to exceed $1,568,970 to pay
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS obtained at the office of the 18, 2019 at 1:40 PM (EDT) Proposition, and Propositions in such cost, said tax to be levied
Town Clerk in said Town Hall to present its annual report in substantially the following form, and collected in installments in
TOWN OF YORKTOWN or downloaded from the Town’s accordance with the provisions shall be presented to the qualified such years and in such amounts
website at www.yorktownny.org of NY’s N-PCL §519 and to voters of the District at such as shall be determined by said
The Town of Yorktown under Links/Bids & RFPs. transact such other business as Annual District Meeting and Board of Education; and (c)
(“Town”) is seeking bids from may properly come before the Election: that in anticipation of said tax,
qualified vendors (“vendors”) The Superintendent of meeting or any adjournments or bonds of the District are hereby
interested in providing One or Highways reserves the right to postponements thereof. Dated: PROPOSITION 1 - 2019-2020 authorized to be issued in the
More Used Ford Escapes or reject any and all bids and to April 25, 2019. By: James Perry, principal amount of not to
equivalent vehicles to the Town accept that bid which is deemed Secretary. For information see: BUDGET exceed $1,568,970 and a tax is
of Yorktown.” most favorable to the interests of http://www.hamvention.org/ hereby voted to pay the interest
the Town of Yorktown. event-details/forums/. RESOLVED, that on said bonds as the same shall
All completed proposals must become due and payable.
be received in the Office of the DAVE PAGANELLI LAKELAND CENTRAL $174,870,235 be appropriated to
Town Clerk, 363 Underhill SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOL DISTRICT NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY
Avenue, Yorktown Heights, meet the estimated expenditures FURTHER GIVEN that the
NY 10598, no later than 11:00 HIGHWAYS OF ANNUAL MEETING, Board of Registration shall
a.m. on May 20, 2019. If INCLUDING ELECTION OF for school purposes for the meet at the Lakeland Central
mailed, sealed proposals must be TOWN OF YORKTOWN THE MEMBERS OF THE School District Administration
addressed in care of the Town BOARD OF EDUCATION school year 2019-2020 and that Building, 1086 East Main Street,
Clerk at the above address and LEGAL NOTICE Shrub Oak, NY in the conference
marked “Bid: Used Ford Escapes BID #2018-19-02 AND VOTE ON THE the Board of Education of the room between the hours of 9 a.m.
or Equivalent vehicles to the FOOD SERVICE PROGRAM SCHOOL DISTRICT BUDGET and 1 p.m. (Daylight Savings
Town of Yorktown.” YORKTOWN CENTRAL Lakeland Central School District Time) on Thursday, May 2, 2019.
SCHOOL DISTRICT AND PROPOSITIONS Any person shall be entitled to
Specifications and standard be authorized to levy taxes to have his/her name placed upon
proposals may be obtained at The Yorktown Central School such register provided that at the
the Office of the Town Clerk District, Yorktown Heights, New meet the same. above-mentioned meetings of
at said Town Hall, as well as York, invites all qualified bidders the Board of Registration he/she
on the Town’s website, www. to submit sealed bids for the Food THE BOARD OF PROPOSITION 2 – BOND personally appears and is known
yorktownny.org under Links/ Service Program, commencing PROPOSITION or proved to the satisfaction of
Bids & RFPs. with the 2019-2020 school year. EDUCATION OF the Board of Registration to
RESOLVED: be then and thereafter entitled
The bidder assumes the Bids will be received at the LAKELAND CENTRAL (a)That the Board of Education to vote at the school meeting/
risk of any delay in the mail Business Office of the Yorktown of the Lakeland Central School election for which this register is
or in the handling of mail by Central School District, 2725 SCHOOL DISTRICT OF District of Shrub Oak, in prepared.
the employees of the Town of Crompond Road, Yorktown the Counties of Westchester
Yorktown. Whether sent by mail Heights, New York, 10598 SHRUB OAK, NEW YORK, and Putnam, New York (the NOTICE IS ALSO GIVEN
or means of personal delivery, the (Phone 914-243-8021), until “District”), is hereby authorized that, pursuant to Article 5 of
bidders assume the responsibility Monday, May 20, 2019 at HEREBY GIVES NOTICE to purchase various school buses the Election Law, any person
for having bids in on the day, 2:00pm. and vehicles for use by the otherwise qualified to vote who
time, and place specified above. that the Annual Public Hearing District, and to expend therefor, is currently registered with
Specifications may be obtained including preliminary costs and the Westchester or Putnam
The Town of Yorktown beginning Monday, May 6, 2019 on the Budget shall be held on costs incidental thereto and to County Board of Elections for
reserves the right to waive any at 12:00pm at the Business the financing thereof, an amount any General Election under the
informalities in the proposals, to Office of the Yorktown Central Tuesday, May 7, 2019, at 7:00 not to exceed the estimated total provisions of the Election Law
reject any or all proposals, and School District, 2725 Crompond cost of $1,568,970; shall be entitled to vote without
reserves the right to accept that Road, Yorktown Heights, New p.m. at the Lakeland District (b) that a tax is hereby voted in further registration. If a voter has
proposal which it deems most York, 10598. the aggregate amount of not to previously registered to vote with
favorable to the interests of the Office, at which time the budget exceed the school district and has voted
Town of Yorktown. There will be a pre-bid $1,568,970 to pay such cost, at an annual or special school
conference in the Business Office for the 2019-2020 school year said tax to be levied and collected district meeting within the last
DIANA L. QUAST 2725 Crompond Road,Yorktown in installments in such years four calendar years, he/she is
Heights, New York on Monday, shall be presented. and in such amounts as shall eligible to vote.
TOWN CLERK May 13, 2019 at 1:30pm. It is be determined by said Board of
strongly recommended that NOTICE IS HEREBY Education; and NOTICE IS ALSO
TOWN OF YORKTOWN bidders attend this conference. (c) that in anticipation of said HEREBY GIVEN that the
FURTHER GIVEN that tax, bonds of the District are Board of Registration will also
CERTIFIED MUNICIPAL Any clarification or questions hereby authorized to be issued meet during and at the place of
regarding the bid must be the Annual Meeting for the in the principal amount of not the foregoing election between
CLERK submitted, in writing, by to exceed $1,568,970 and a tax is the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 9:00
Wednesday, May 15, 2019. purpose of voting on the Budget hereby voted to pay the interest p.m. on Tuesday, May 21, 2019 to
on said bonds as the same shall prepare a register for meetings or
The Yorktown Central School and Propositions and electing become due and payable. · elections held subsequent to said
District reserves the right Such Bond Proposition Annual Meeting and Election.
to waive, or refuse to waive three members to the Board of shall appear on the ballots
informalities in bidding as it used for voting at said Annual The register will be on file in
determines to be in the best Education will be held at the District Meeting and Election the office of the District Clerk,
interest of the School District. in substantially the following at the District Office, 1086 East
VAN CORTLANDTVILLE condensed form: Main Street, Shrub Oak, NY,
By: Thomas Cole and will be open for inspection by
Assistant Superintendent for ELEMENTARY SCHOOL any qualified voter of the District
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Business Administration GYMNASIUM, Mohegan and 4:00 p.m. on each of the
five days preceding and on the
NOTICE OF ANNUAL Lake, NY, in said District, day set for the Annual Meeting
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gives notice of the annual meeting NOTICE IS HEREBY SEE LEGALS PAGE 33
to be held at the Greene County
NOTICE TO BIDDERS Fair Grounds and Expo Center, FURTHER GIVEN that
210 Fairgrounds Rd., Xenia, OH
45385 in conjunction with the petitions nominating candidates
QCWA Forum at the Dayton
NOTICE IS HERE GIVEN for the office of member of the

that sealed proposals will be Board of Education must be

received by the Town Clerk, filed with the District Clerk at

Town of Yorktown, Westchester her office in the District Office,

County, NY until 11:00 A.M. on 1086 East Main Street, Shrub

June 3rd, 2019 at the Town Hall, Oak, NY, not later than April 22,

363 Underhill Avenue, Yorktown 2019 at 5:00 p.m. The following BOND PROPOSITION
YES/NO
Heights, N.Y. 10598 for Asphalt vacancies on the Board of RESOLVED:
(a)That the Board of Education
Laid-In-Place, Highway Education are to be filled:
of the Lakeland Central School
Department Bid. District of Shrub Oak, in
the Counties of Westchester
The Bidder assumes the risk TERM/NAME OF LAST and Putnam, New York (the
INCUMBENT “District”), is hereby authorized
of any delay in the mail or in to purchase various school buses
• 3 years - expiring June 30, and vehicles for use by the
the handling of the mail by 2022/Steve Korn District and to expend therefor,
including preliminary costs and
the employees of the Town of • 3 years - expiring June 30, costs incidental thereto and to
2022/Robert E. Mayes the financing thereof, an amount
Yorktown. Whether sent by mail not to exceed the estimated
• 3 years - expiring June 30, total cost of $1,568,970; (b)
or means of personal delivery, the 2022/Steve Rosen that a tax is hereby voted in
the aggregate amount of not
Bidder assumes the responsibility Each petition must be directed
to the Clerk of the District, must
for having the bids in at the time be signed by at least 25 qualified
voters, and shall be in accordance
and the place specified above. with the provisions of Section
2018 of the Education law.
All bids are to be returned to
NOTICE IS FURTHER
the Town Clerk, 363 Underhill

Avenue, Yorktown Heights,

NY 10598, marked: “Bid:

ASPHALT LAID-IN-PLACE-

Highway Dept. Bid.

Thursday, May 9, 2019 LEGAL NOTICES Yorktown News – Page 33

LEGALS LAKELAND CENTRAL SE RESUELVE, apropiar $1,568,970 y un impuesto es por cuali cada para votar que está
SCHOOL DISTRICT $174,870,235 para cubrir los la presente votado para pagar los registrada actualmente con la
FROM PAGE 32 AVISO DE REUNIÓN

gastos estimados para propósitos intereses de dichos bonos, cuando Junta Electoral del condado

the amount of money which will ANUAL, QUE INCLUYE LA escolares para el año lectivo 2019- sean debidos y pagaderos. de Westchester o Putnam para
be required for the school year ELECCIÓN DE LOS 2020 y que la Junta de Educación Y ADEMÁS SE AVISA las elecciones general bajo las
2019-2020 for school purposes del Distrito Escolar Central disposiciones de la Ley Electoral
specifying the several purposes MIEMBROS DE LA JUNTA de Lakeland esté autorizada a POR LA PRESENTE que la tendrá derecho a votar sin tener
and the amount for each, DE EDUCACIÓN Y LA recaudar impuestos para cumplir Junta de Registro se reunirá en que volver a registrarse. Si un/a
VOTACIÓN DE con los mismos. el Edi cio de Administración votante ha sido registrado/a
del Distrito Escolar Central

including the property tax report LAS PROPOSICIONES Y PROPOSICIÓN 2: Lakeland, 1086 East Main previamente con el distrito
card and tax exemption reporting EL PRESUPUESTO DEL PROPOSICIÓN DE BONO Street, Shrub Oak, Nueva York, escolar para votar y ha votado
form, may be obtained by any en la sala de conferencias entre en una reunión anual o especial
resident in the District on each DISTRITO ESCOLAR SE RESUELVE: las 9:00 de la mañana y la 1:00 de de distrito escolar dentro de los

of the fourteen days preceding LA JUNTA DE que la Junta de Educación la tarde. (Horario de verano) el últimos cuatro años, él/ella reúne

the Annual Meeting (other than EDUCACIÓN DEL del Distrito Escolar Central jueves, 2 de mayo de 2019. Todas los requisitos para votar.

a Saturday, Sunday or holiday) DISTRITO ESCOLAR Lakeland de Shrub Oak, en las personas tendrán derecho a Y ADEMÁS SE AVISA

at each of the schoolhouses in CENTRAL LAKELAND DE los condados de Westchester y que su nombre sea colocado en POR LA PRESENTE que la

which school is maintained and SHRUB OAK, NUEVA YORK, Putnam, New York (el “distrito”), tal registro siempre que en las Junta de Registro también se

at the Administration Building, POR LA PRESENTE DA está autorizado por la presente mencionadas reuniones de la reunirá durante y en el lugar

between the hours of 8:30 a.m. AVISO que la audiencia pública a comprar varios transportes Junta de Registro él/ella aparezca de la elección entre las 7:00 de

and 3:00 p.m. and at such Annual anual sobre el presupuesto se y vehículos escolares para uso personalmente y sea conocido/a la mañana y 9:00 de la noche

Meeting. e Budget will also be convocará el martes, 7 de mayo del distrito y a gastar para lo o comprobado/a a satisfacción el martes, 21 de mayo de 2019

available at any free association de 2019, a las 7:00 de la tarde mismo, incluyendo los costos de la Junta de Registro que para preparar un registro para

or public library located within en la O cina del Distrito de preliminares e incidentales y a la luego y a partir de entonces reuniones o elecciones a llevarse

the District and on the District Lakeland, en la cual se presentará nanciación de los mismos, una tendrán derecho a votar en la a cabo con posterioridad a dicha

website. A Real Property Tax el presupuesto para el año 2019- cantidad que no exceda el costo elección/reunión para la cual está reunión anual y elección.

Exemption Report prepared in 2020. total estimado de $1,568,970; preparado este registro. El registro será archivado en

accordance with Section 495 Y ADEMÁS SE AVISA POR que por la presente se vota un Y ADEMÁS SE AVISA que, la Secretaría del Distrito, en la

of the Real Property Tax Law LA PRESENTE que la reunión impuesto por una cantidad total en virtud del artículo 5 de la SEE LEGALS PAGE 35

will be annexed to any budget anual con el n de votar sobre que no debe exceder Ley Electoral, cualquier persona

of which it will form a part; el presupuesto y proposiciones $1,568,970 para pagar tal costo,

and shall be posted on District y elección de tres miembros a dicho impuesto a ser percibido y

bulletin board(s) maintained for la Junta de Educación se llevará recaudado en tales años y en tales

public notices, as well as on the a cabo en el GIMNASIO DE cantidades como lo determine

District’s website. LA ESCUELA PRIMARIA dicha Junta de Educación; y

PLEASE TAKE FURTHER VAN CORTLANDTVILLE, que en previsión de dicho

NOTICE that applications for Mohegan Lake, NY, en dicho impuesto, los bonos del distrito

absentee ballots for the election distrito, el martes, 21 de mayo de por la presente son autorizados

of members of the Board of 2019, desde las 7:00 de la mañana a emitirse por una cantidad

Education and for voting on the a las 9:00 de la noche, horario de principal que no debe superar
Join a Team Where Your ContributionsSchool District budget and on verano.
$1,568,970 y por la presente un

propositions, in accordance with Y ADEMÁS SE AVISA impuesto es votado para pagar los Make a Positive Difference!
the provisions of Education Law, POR LA PRESENTE que intereses sobre dichos bonos, los

Section 2018-a, may be obtained las peticiones de nominación que vencerán y serán pagaderos. We seek employees who are energetic, creative,
at the o ce of the Clerk of de candidatos para el cargo · and caring and those who always see the opportunity.
the District, Administration de miembro de la Junta de
Building, 1086 East Main Street, educación deben presentarse ante Tal proposición de bono DIRECT SUPPORT PROFESSIONALS
deberá gurar en las boletas

Shrub Oak, NY. e application la Secretaria del Distrito en su usadas para votar en dicha Locations in
must be received by the District o cina en la Secretaría, 1086 East elección y reunión anual del Goldens Bridge and Yorktown Heights
Clerk at least seven days prior Main Street, Shrub Oak, NY, a distrito substancialmente en la

to the Annual Meeting if the más tardar el 22 de abril de 2019 a forma condensada siguiente: up to $15.00/hour
ballot is to be mailed to the voter las 5:00 de la tarde. Las siguientes
or the day before the Annual vacantes deben ser llenadas en la PROPOSICIÓN DE BONO email us at: Huma[email protected]
Meeting if the ballot will be Junta de Educación: SÍ/NO

picked up personally by the voter SE RESUELVE:

at the District O ce. A list of all PERÍODO/NOMBRE DEL que la Junta de Educación

persons to whom absentee ballots ÚLTIMO TITULAR del Distrito Escolar Central

have been issued will be available • 3 años - que expira el 30 de Lakeland, en el Condado de

for public inspection in said o ce junio de 2022/Steve Korn Westchester, Nueva York (el

of the Clerk during regular o ce • 3 años - que expira el 30 de “distrito”), está autorizada para

hours (8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.) junio de 2022/Robert E. Mayes la compra de varios transportes

until the day of the election. Any • 3 años - que expira el 30 de y vehículos escolares para uso del

quali ed voter may le a written junio de 2022/Steve Rosen distrito y gastar por consiguiente,

challenge of the quali cations of Cada petición debe dirigirse a incluyendo costos preliminares e

a voter, whose name appears on la Secretaria del Distrito, debe ser incidentales y el nanciamiento

such list, stating the reasons for rmada por al menos 25 votantes del mismo, una cantidad que no

the challenge. cuali cados y estará conforme exceda el costo total estimado

THIS LEGAL NOTICE a las disposiciones de la sección de $1,568,970; (b) que por la

CAN ALSO BE FOUND ON 2018 de la Ley de Educación. presente se vota un impuesto

THE DISTRICT WEBSITE Y ADEMÁS SE AVISA que de monto total que no excede

IN BOTH ENGLISH la proposición de presupuesto y $1,568,970 para pagar dicho

AND SPANISH: www. proposiciones considerablemente costo, dicho impuesto a ser

lakelandschools.org en el siguiente formulario, percibido y recaudado en cuotas

BY ORDER OF THE se presentarán a los votantes en tales años y en tales cantidades

BOARD OF EDUCATION cuali cados del distrito en dicha como determine dicha Junta

LAKELAND CENTRAL elección y reunión anual del de Educación; y (c) que en

SCHOOL DISTRICT distrito: previsión de dicho impuesto,

OF SHRUB OAK por la presente se autorizan

Lynn Cosenza PROPOSICIÓN 1 bonos del distrito emitidos en el

District Clerk PRESUPUESTO 2019 2020 monto principal que no supere

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Pets and parasites
Why ea, tick and heartworm prevention is a must in our region

Humans aren’t the only ones who get more be very hard on your pet. about ea, tick and heart- of making sure pets are on consistent, year-
active when the weather warms up: eas,ticks Westchester County round heartworm protection. While heart-
and mosquitoes are on the move as well, car- GUEST worm protection. ere worm tends to be rare in cats, prevention is
rying with them serious diseases and illnesses. has always been consid- CORNER are many safe, e ective recommended for them as well, especially if
ered a high-risk area for products on the market, they go outside. If a pet hasn’t been on regu-
Considering the fact that the Hudson tick-borne diseases, and lar heartworm protection, a heartworm test
Valley is a hotspot for ticks and other para- according to the Com- DR. LEONARD and some o er protection will be required before the preventive prod-
sites, prevention for pets is essential. panion Animal Parasite BERK from multiple parasites. uct can be given, and annually thereafter.
Council, that remains the
ese pests are more than just annoying: eas case when it comes to both Making sure pets have e American Veterinary Medical Asso-
can transmit tapeworm and cause anemia,while Lyme disease and heartworm. ciation and the Companion Animal Parasite
ticks are well-known transporters of many dis- consistent parasite protec- Council have additional information on pre-
eases, including Lyme disease. Once they’re on Our humid spring and summer weather vention and the prevalence of eas, ticks and
our furry friends, it’s a short trip aboard the “pet also gives eas a fertile breeding ground, tion is especially crucial if heartworm.
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LEGALS entre las 8:30 de la mañana y 3:00 Main Street, Shrub Oak,NY. Si impugnación. SSNY shall mail process to: 898
de la tarde y en la reunión anual la solicitud se debe enviar por ESTE AVISO TAMBIÉN Barberry Rd.,Yorktown Heights,NY
FROM PAGE 33 mencionada. El presupuesto correo a los votantes, la Secretaría 10598.Purpose: any lawful purpose.
también estará disponible en las del Distrito la debe recibir a PUEDE ENCONTRARSE
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estará abierto para la inspección y en la página web del distrito. Un la reunión anual si la solicitud INGLÉS Y ESPAÑOL: www. 212 West Boston Post Road
de los votantes cuali cados del informe de exención al impuesto debe ser recogida personalmente lakelandschools.org LLC, Arts of Org. led with Sec.
distrito entre las 10:00 de la a la propiedad elaborado de por los votantes en la Secretaría of State of NY (SSNY) 2/4/2019.
mañana y las 4:00 de la tarda conformidad con la sección del Distrito. Una lista de todas POR ORDEN DE LA Cty: Westchester. SSNY desig. as
en cada uno de los cinco días 495 de la Ley de Impuesto a la las personas a quienes se les haya JUNTA DE EDUCACIÓN agent upon whom process against
anteriores y el día jado para la Propiedad será anexado a todo emitido votos en ausencia estará may be served & shall mail process
reunión anual (que no sea sábado, presupuesto del cual formará disponible para la inspección LAKELAND CENTRAL to 437 Harrison Ave., Harrison,
domingo o feriado). parte; y será publicado en la(s) pública en dicha Secretaría SCHOOL DISTRICT NY 10528. General Purpose.
cartelera(s) de anuncios del del Distrito durante el horario OF SHRUB OAK
Y ADEMÁS SE AVISA distrito mantenidas para avisos laborable regular (8:00 de la Lynn Cosenza LLC FORMATION NOTICE
que una copia de la declaración públicos, así como en la página mañana a 4:30 de la tarde), hasta Secretaria del Distrito
detallada por escrito de la web del distrito. el día de la elección. Todos los Westchester Food Truck II,
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que especi ca varios propósitos solicitudes de boletas de voto de uno de los votantes cuyo Dynamics Home Inspections LLC. agent upon whom process against
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incluyendo el boletín de informe los miembros de la Junta de exponiendo los motivos para la on 04/11/2019. O ce Location: to Angelo Difeo, 12 Spring Lake
de impuestos a la propiedad y Educación y para la votación Westchester. SSNY designated Dr., W. Harrison, NY 10604.
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