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Tradition has it that the month of January is named after the Roman god Janus, who, by virtue of having two heads, was able to look both backwards and forwards at the same time. He was the god of transitions and passages. And so, Januslike, we take a critical look at the year just past and hazard a few predictions about the year to come.

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Hudson Siegel explores a treasure trove of toys at the Scarsdale Library’s playdate program.

By JASON CHIREVAS

Following tension and conflict between the volunteer Cable TV Commission and village manager Al Gatta late last year, the commission’s choice for the person best suited to carry out its vision for the station, Kelvin Guevara, was installed Dec. 5, 2014, as Scarsdale’s new cable TV coordinator.

“They told me I was walking into a tense situation,” Guevara, 30, said of both cable commission members and village officials.

Indeed, Guevara’s entrance meant the exit of Jay Miller, the former NBC News producer who served as Scarsdale’s cable TV coordinator for 18 years. Also gone is engineer John Micewicz, whose resignation coincided with Miller’s departure. Read more >

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New TV cable coordinator looks forward to the challenge

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Kelvin Guevara in his studio at village hall

 

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Gatta to retire

Pappalardo next village manager

By JASON CHIREVAS

After 20 years in the position, village manager Al Gatta will retire in early June and Steve Pappalardo, the current deputy village manager, will succeed him.

Mayor Bob Steves told the Inquirer the decision to promote from within was a studied one; he convened a meeting former village mayors to discuss the strategy and benefits involved in promoting Pappalardo.

“We had a person that has proven his ability, proven his commitment to hard work and proven his ability to work within the community demands of Scarsdale,” Steves said, adding he fully expects Pappalardo will be his own person in his new role as village manager.

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