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On Oct. 27, Robert Livoti had left his house in the late morning and wasn’t concerned with the drizzle coming from the clouds. It wasn’t raining hard throughout the day — maybe 1 to 2 inches — and by the time he returned home the rain was still relatively light.

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On Nov. 9, police responded to a Madison Road home on a report of a car fire. Firefighters also responded to the address and saw the 2015 Chevrolet completely engulfed in flames. Firefighters were able to extinguish the flames and Westchester County conducted an investigation, which found th…

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At a Nov. 4 Edgemont Community Council meeting, Department of Public Works Commissioner Victor Carosi sat across the table, eye to eye with ECC President Bob Bernstein. Also present were residents and directors of the council, who wanted answers from Carosi on some of the town’s pressing pub…

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Argonaut Insurance Co. (AIC), the town of Greenburgh’s insurance provider since 2015, is suing the town over whether the company is liable for covering a $26 million federal housing discrimination lawsuit. The lawsuit filed in 2016 involves S&R Development Estates, which acquired a 2.3-a…

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Independent challenger Lucas Cioffi of Edgemont, above at his post-election event, concedes race for Town Supervisor to incumbent Paul Feiner, who garnered 75% of the votes cast in Greenburgh as of midnight on Election Day, Nov. 5.

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While conducting a routine patrol on Weaver Street Nov. 3, an officer saw a 2017 Honda Civic speeding southbound. After conducting a traffic stop and approaching the driver, 28-year-old Amy Goncalves, the officer smelled a strong odor of alcohol. The officer asked Goncalves to perform a fiel…

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There was a call from a S. Central Avenue parking lot Nov. 3 about a man asking for money. Police found a man who matched the description provided by the caller and spoke to him. They told him there were multiple calls about his soliciting in the parking lot. The man, later identified as Rob…

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The Procedure Committee announces this year’s slate for election to the nonpartisan Citizens Nominating Committee. The election is Tuesday, Nov. 12, with polls open all day from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. in village hall. In the event of a tie, a run-off election will be held Tuesday, Nov. 19.

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Greenburgh Town Supervisor incumbent Paul Feiner and candidate Lucas Cioffi faced off in three public debates leading up to Election Day Nov. 5. Among a range of other issues facing the town, Edgemont incorporation was a common topic at the debates, with Cioffi stating his intention to recus…

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On Oct. 21, police responded to S. Central Avenue on a report of a tractor-trailer taking down phone wires. Upon arrival, police spoke with the vehicle’s driver who said he was backing into a parking lot to make a delivery to Today’s Kitchen at 92 S. Central Ave. when the 13½ foot tall trail…

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Police received a call from an Autenrieth Road woman Oct. 24 who said she heard a loud crash and saw what appeared to be flashlights outside her house. Upon arrival, police found a car with severe front-end damage had run onto the front lawn and into hedges of an Autenrieth Road house. A man…

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A small earthquake that rattled Larchmont/Mamaroneck at 8:09 p.m. Oct. 28 was felt in the Quaker Ridge area. Its magnitude was 1.3, but the shock was at a very shallow depth, about a mile or less from the surface, according to Won-Young Kim, an earthquake expert at Lamont-Doherty Earth Obser…

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Darlene Reda, the program administrator for Westchester County’s office for women, in a conversation about domestic violence and abuse Oct. 29, at 9:30 a.m. at Scarsdale High School, will give people a deeper understanding of domestic violence, the complexity of abusive relationships and an …

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Police driving on N. Central Avenue Oct. 16 noticed a car driving on the opposite side of the road. Police followed the car, which started to swerve. Another officer was following and saw the same violations. Police activated their lights to pull the car over, but the driver, later identifie…

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Police responded to Brite Avenue on Oct. 14 on a report of a car that had driven through newly painted street lines. According to police, various roads in Scarsdale were painted overnight by the village and streets weren’t blocked off prior to the paint drying. Two other residents reported d…

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While Scarsdale has been a pacesetter with its measures for sustainability and environmental consciousness, a new committee formed in June by the nonprofit Scarsdale Forum is set to push the village even further in its response to climate change.

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At an Edgemont Community Council meeting Oct. 7, members voted to allow Bob Bernstein, the council’s president, to file a preliminary injunction pending appeal on behalf of the Council of Greenburgh Civic Associations, the Edgemont Community Council and 13 petitioners in New York State Supre…

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Scarsdale police responded to a Church Lane house on a report of an attempted larceny Oct. 10. Upon arrival, police met with a man who said someone went onto his property and searched through his unlocked car. The man’s video surveillance showed someone went into his car at about 1:30 a.m., …

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It started with a light drizzle on Oct. 2 and by around 2:50 p.m. the rain was smacking the pavement on Old Colony Road in Edgemont in an outright downpour. Water was pooling in catch basins by the road and minutes later a gush of water from the 18.5-acre watershed was flowing out of the 18-…

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Greenburgh police responded to Scarsdale Country Club Oct. 7 on a call of a missing person. The woman’s sister contacted police and reported her sister was being held against her will by Khamsay Chansouk. The woman was found and, after speaking to her, it was determined she wasn’t being held…

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When Congressman Eliot Engel spoke at the Scarsdale Forum Oct. 3, Scarsdale residents turned out in force to hear what the Democrat who represents New York’s 16th Congressional District, which includes parts of the Bronx and Westchester County, had to say.

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A Larch Lane resident went to police headquarters on Oct. 1 to report that his neighbor’s dog was regularly roaming freely onto neighboring properties and hunting rabbits. Police told the man that officers would have to see the dog on his property in order for a summons to be issued. Officer…

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A man went to police headquarters Sept. 23 to report a larceny that took place while he was in Chase Bank on N. Central Avenue in Hartsdale. The man told police he was approached while in the bank Sept. 3 by another man who handed him a check and asked him to cash it for him. The man said he…

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Greenburgh police contacted Scarsdale police officers Sept. 25 in regards to a defendant with an active arrest warrant in Greenburgh’s custody. Jessica Vallejos, a 47-year-old White Plains resident, was searched and taken to Scarsdale police headquarters. Vallejos said she had asked a family…

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On the day complainants were to receive a response from Councilman Ken Jones on two ethics complaints dated Aug. 20 and June 26, the Greenburgh Ethics Board meeting was without quorum on Sept. 24, as members Craig Zumsteg and Christopher Cuomo resigned and board of ethics chair Doris Friedma…

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The Greenburgh Town Board held interviews with three engineering firms on Sept. 18 for a request for proposal (RFP) released in April, which would commission a consultant to analyze both the traffic and flooding concerns at the Four Corners intersection of Central and Hartsdale avenues.

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At a turbulent meeting sponsored by the Southern Greenville Association Sept. 23, Edgemont residents crowded into the Greenville Elementary School cafeteria to express their concerns over a preliminary draft traffic study, which called the installation of a traffic signal at the intersection…

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While conducting a larceny patrol on Old Lyme Road Sept. 19 A Scarsdale Police officer saw a 2007 Toyota Land Cruiser stopped in the middle of the street with the engine running. Upon further inspection, the officer saw a man sleeping in the driver’s side seat. The officer was unsuccessful i…

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As part of the FBI Greenburgh Task Force drug investigation, an officer assisted in the FBI search warrant execution of a Shelly Avenue house on Sept. 19. When asked if there were any narcotics, Paul Ciccarelli, the homeowner, removed a vial of what appeared to be crack cocaine. He was arres…