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In Memoriam

May 25, 2015


Village Board Work Session Agenda- May 26, 2015

May 23, 2015

Village of Croton on Hudson
1 Van Wyck Street

Work Session of the Village Board of Trustees

May 26, 2015 at 7:30 PM
1. Discussion of the awarding of the Municipal Building Roof and Masonry Repair Project.
2. Discussion regarding staff proposals for Revisions to Chapter 123, Solid Waste Management Policy, and Fee Schedule.
3. Proposal from Village Manager Search Committee to hire Laurie Dean to conduct staff interviews
4. Request by Acting Village Manager to enter into an executive session to discuss proposed Cablevision Franchise Agreement. If the request is granted, an executive session will be held.

Sustainable Westchester To Develop Solar Photovoltaic Systems

May 23, 2015

Click here for the full story.  Here’s a quote from Croton mayor Leo Wiegman, executive director of Sustainable Westchester.

“The goal of the MSBG is to lower carbon emissions and create savings in the cost of electricity for our members through aggregated production of solar energy on roofs, parking lots and other municipally-owned sites in Westchester County,” said Leo Wiegman, executive director of Sustainable Westchester.  “Between the large number of sites already identified and the expectation that other members of Sustainable Westchester will join the MSBG, we expect well over 100 publicly- owned sites in Westchester County to have solar photovoltaic systems installed and generating electricity by late 2016.”

Energy czar: State actively working to shutter Indian Point

May 23, 2015

Cuomo campaigned on a commitment to closing the nuclear plant.  As he contemplates another run for governor he may have to make good on his promises.

Click here for the full story from Capital New York.

Indian Point Liquid Discharge Into Hudson Estimated About 3,000 Gallons

May 22, 2015

Click here for the full story and a press release from Indian Point.

Croton-Harmon School District Budget Passes

May 20, 2015

If this story is correct, voter turnout was embarrassingly low.  WatchCroton sends kudos to the 500 or so residents who bothered to turn out!

Croton Resident to Launch Web Series

May 19, 2015

Croton resident Joseph Riedel’s dreams of becoming a screenwriter were interrupted by a cancer diagnosis — so he’s turning his illness into material for a web series as part of his 2015 Creative Resolution.  If you want to learn more about his project go to the National Public Radio show Studio360 website.

A GOOD SENSE OF TUMOR is coming together. Most of the production team is in place, half of the first season scripts are written and shooting could start as early as June. And here is the Go Fund Me campaign link.


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