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September 25, 2019 - Reissued

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Danger, Will Robinson!!

Landscaping may constitute a dangerous obstruction to intersection lines-of-sight. Please note that property owners have a legal obligation to maintain necessary lines-of-site. When planning a yard beautification project or maintaining an installation already present, please note that a prohibited condition exists when a plant or object interferes with a driver's view at a point more than 30 inches above the street level and within 75 feet from either side of the point of intersection of two streets. Visual obstructions may be reported online or by phone: 914-722-1150.

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And the Survey Says . . . 

Don't wait to see what the survey says others prefer, take a few minutes right now to help the Scarsdale Public Library learn about the programs, services, and types of Library spaces that will interest you most when the ongoing renovation and addition project is complete! The Library aims to create a welcoming and comfortable atmosphere for learning, interacting, and exploring for all Scarsdale residents. When summer 2020 rolls around and you're sipping coffee at the new Library cafĂ©, we want you to know that you helped to shape the experience.
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Popham Road Firehouse

The Popham Road Firehouse, also known as Station 1, was originally constructed in 1923. A ribbon cutting was held this morning at 8:30 am to mark completion of an extensive renovation that targeted critical structural deficiencies and modernization of key elements of the structure's design that had become obsolete over time. Among others, Mayor Marc Samwick and Volunteer Company 1 President, Oliver Goldstein, delivered public comments to mark the occasion. The Popham Road Firehouse is now a 21st century asset.

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Visit with County Officials

County Executive George Latimer and District 5 Legislator Ben Boykin are inviting Scarsdale residents for a casual conversation over coffee at Scarsdale Village Hall, 1001 Post Road, on Saturday, October 5, from 10:00 am to 11:30 am. So, drop-in to meet your County elected officials, ask questions, and discuss County issues. No RSVP is required, and any questions about the event should be directed to the Westchester County Board of Legislators at 914-995-2818. Scarsdale Official Insider Tip: There will also be pastries . . . yum!

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Village Board Meeting Update

The September 24 Village Board agenda included some important action items, including a decision is support of the Scarsdale High School Field Lights (p. 50), authorization to execute a contract for continuing Freightway Garage parking deck membrane and masonry repairs (p. 47), and appointment of Charles Zaba as the new Town Assessor (p. 135), which was part of the Town Board Agenda. The next Village Board meeting is on MondayOctober 07, 2019. Check the calendar for more meeting dates & topics.

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