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Office of the town clerk is a high intensity public service operation. With a master’s degree in public administration, the degree that prepares one for management level positions in government and with more than 10 years’ experience as our town clerk, Judith Beville has demonstrated a stron…

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Vote for Robert Prisco and Michael Tawil for county court judge in the Democratic Party primary Tuesday, June 25. They will be on ballot position 3A for Prisco and 4A for Tawil. They have the experience we need to be county court judges. Both candidates are pro-choice and the endorsed candid…

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Our sincerest thanks to the entire Scarsdale community. All donations big and small make a huge difference and allow us to positively impact others in our community who need assistance. We are pleased to announce that the SHS PTA Scholarship Fund’s Grant Committee has awarded grants totaling…

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The best bargain in Scarsdale Youth Sports starts with the 35th season of the Scarsdale Summer Youth Tennis League organized by the New York Junior Tennis and Learning-Scarsdale chapter and the Scarsdale Recreation Department for boys and girls between ages 6 and 18. The program begins Monda…

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In a letter to the editor last week [“Retired NYC police captain opposes incorporation plan,” June 7], retired NYPD police captain Thomas Cunningham suggested that if Edgemont were to become a village, it would need to hire and outfit its own SWAT team and build a police station. With all du…

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According to the Greenburgh Town’s website archives, Supervisor Feiner has been sending direct emails to residents and PR Newswire outlets dating back to September 2002. Currently, these almost daily interactions cover almost everything that happens in Greenburgh, and have aided to establish…

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We note the death of Emanuel P. Caras as reported last week [Obituary, The Scarsdale Inquirer, June 7] with both sadness for the loss and gratitude for his personality and many years of community service. 

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I strongly support the bill introduced in the New York State Legislature by Assemblyman Thomas Abinanti and others, S05973A, which would amend New York State village law so as to allow all Town residents to vote on the creation of a village in part of the Town.

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Once again, local politicians who dislike the idea of Edgemont incorporating are trying to ram legislation through in Albany — right around Memorial Day, when they hope no one will be paying attention — to require that the entire town approve Edgemont’s referendum on incorporation, rather th…

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An open letter to President Trump: We know that hate speech is the dress rehearsal for violence. Therefore let’s stop it. Let's thrive by cultivating a spirit of interdependence, which means survival in any society. The democratization of America is our goal. E pluribus unum is our national …

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Congratulations to my Edgemont neighbors for their total apathy toward the school budget. Only 374 people voted on the budget and school board. This was the second lowest turnout of 46 districts in the lower Hudson Valley despite many of these districts being similar in size to Edgemont. Thi…

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My time as a STEP student at Scarsdale High School was, to date, the most transformative experience of my life. I never envisioned that I would have the opportunity to embark on such a journey, let alone have the courage to leave my family at only 16 years old. Though courage is a necessary …

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The closing of Lange’s is a bitter wake-up call for all of us. Unless we patronize the businesses which are the foundation of our village, all we will have is a collection of expensive homes around a deserted core.

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I am saddened by the news of the closing of Lange's Deli, not just because of the excellent quality of the food served there, but because of the civic involvement exhibited by the owner.

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The Scarsdale Writers Center held its Festival of Writing on May 16. The event took place at Bronx River Books in Scarsdale which was a perfect setting for the reading. Twenty-five writers read from their current work. The pieces covered a large variety of topics: