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Every week more than 7,000 households in Scarsdale, Edgemont and Hartsdale enjoy the award-winning reporting and photography of The Scarsdale Inquirer. No other source in print or online provides more thorough coverage of local government, schools, sports, arts and business. Our readers have been in the know for more than a century since The Inquirer was founded in 1901. Subscribers enjoy convenient and reliable home delivery to their mailboxes every Friday for only $39/year. Subscribe today!

  1. SCARSDALE SCHOOLS: BOE reorganizes; Mary Beth Gose elected president, Leila Maude vice president

  2. VILLAGE: Trustees mull LED light, leaf mulching

  3. Scarsdale students learn from veterans they are helping

  4. NEIGHBORHODS: Greenacres buries capsule of history

  5. EDGEMONT: EHS class of ’64 takes a look back

  6. A&E: Patti Lupone hits the road

  7. SPORTS: Scarsdale swim/dive season opens with victory

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A new home brings new possibilities for Pet Rescue

By HELEN BUSH

Barking is the first sound to greet visitors and volunteers at Pet Rescue’s central facility in Harrison. Originally a shelter of the Westchester Humane Society, the site has been under renovation since October of last year. With the help of donations, the organization has been able to install a new clinic, larger cages and one indoor and outdoor play area. 

As the name implies, Pet Rescue is a New York-based organization dedicated to the care, adoption and overall well-being of cats and dogs who have been abandoned, neglected or whose owners can no longer care for them. Read more >

Scarsdale Inquirer/Jim MacLean

Pool fun!

Taylor Levin has a ball at the pool, celebrating the Fourth on the 5th.  See results of Scarsdale Pool races here.

July 3, 2014

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Dr. Ruth Frumkin treats a nervous patient.

EDITORIAL

Both sides are wrong

The 2009 affordable housing settlement between Westchester County and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has spawned two erroneous arguments.

The first, from County Executive Robert Astorino, was frequently deployed during his campaign for re-election: HUD wants to dismantle local zoning, wresting self-determination out of the hands of the 41 towns, cities and villages in the county. The second, from Gov. Andrew Cuomo, recently aired in a TV spot for his re-election to slam his challenger: The Westchester County executive is racist. Voters should be very wary.

Does anyone remember that the Anti-Discrimination Center, a not-for-profit organization, filed a lawsuit in federal court under the False Claims Act, basically claiming that county officials treated part of the application for federal funds as boilerplate — and ignored mandates to encourage fair housing.

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