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North Salem Receiving State Grant for Infrastructure Repairs

October 14, 2017

NORTH SALEM, N.Y.--North Salem is one of two Westchester County municipalities to benefit from more than $4 million in state grants to finance water infrastructure improvements. 

The funding, totaling $4,068,987, was approved in this year’s budget as part of a record investment by New York State in addressing local water issues. The town of North Salem will get $479,837, while ...

North Salem Town Board Revisiting 40-Year-Old Ethics Code

NORH SALEM, N.Y.--The Town Board plans to formally update and reinforce its decades-old ethics code beginning at its next meeting, Oct.10.

“This, of course, is not something I’m suggesting because I think there’s an ethics problem in North Salem,” said Councilman Martin Aronchick, who proposed the revisions. “It’s something I think we collectively should do ...

Officials Make Bronze Zero-Emissions Vehicle Pledge

NORTH SALEM, N.Y.--The Town Board recently announced its commitment to consider using zero-emissions vehicles, or ZEVs.

According to the Westchester County Zero Emissions Vehicle Pledge, which was reviewed at two Town Board meetings before it signed on, ZEVs include battery electric, hydrogen fuel cell and plug-in hybrid vehicles.

At the Aug. 22 meeting, the three board members in ...

North Salem Plans to Alleviate Drainage Issues Advance

NORTH SALEM, N.Y.--Homeowners on Westview and Ridgeway avenues could see their properties’ drainage issues resolved, but officials anticipate some of them may not be happy about it.

The neighborhoods, which lie back to back and run parallel to Route 684, were built in the late 1950s, according to Highway Superintendent Ward Hanaburgh. Since then, the town has had an easement where the ...

'State of the Towns' Focuses on Cooperative Efforts

KATONAH, N.Y.--Sometimes it takes more than one head to solve a problem. And that, it seems, is no problem for the town leaders of North Salem, Bedford, Lewisboro and Pound Ridge, who were brought together early this month for a fourth annual forum sponsored by  the League of Women Voters of North East Westchester. 

“What’s so nice about it is they have such a good ...

North Salem Commemorates 9/11

NORTH SALEM, N.Y.--Dozens gathered at the North Salem Fire House on Titicus Road to mark the 16th anniversary of 9/11.

Veterans and their families attended the event, as well as local officials including Sen. Terrence Murphy, North Salem Town Supervisor Warren Lucas, and Councilman Martin Aronchick.

The attacks claimed the lives of nearly 3,000 people, including North Salem resident Vincent ...

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