Business & Finance

August 8, 2018

SOMERS, N.Y. - Chase Bank is closing one of its branches and ATM locations in Somers. In a letter to customers, the bank said it will be closing its offices at 265 Route 202—next to Taste Deli & Catering—and consolidating operations with its branch right across the road in the Somerstown ...

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BREWSTER, N.Y. - Advanced Copier Technology Inc., (ACT) is turning 35 years old this summer, and it’s no accident that the business has lasted nearly four decades. ACT’s president and founder, Sal Altavilla, says the reason for their success is the personal touch they bring to their commercial ...

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SOMERS, N.Y.-Summer Trails Day Camp is pleased to announce the appointment of Debi Kelly as its associate director. She will be responsible for enhancing Summer Trails’ mission to provide an interactive, fun and safe environment for campers ages 3-14. “Debi’s dedication, institutional knowledge, ...

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SOMERS, N.Y.-Everyone is familiar with physical therapy, or PT, for people. PT allows people to regain function after an accident or surgery, and can help them maintain function in the face of neurologic or musculoskeletal problems. Did you know that not only do pets need physical ...

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SOMERS, N.Y.-Thanks to the support of the community, the Somers Lions Club was able to donate more than 40 gifts to Friends of Karen through its fourth annual Giving Tree campaign. Friends of Karen is a North Salem-based charity that provides support to children battling life-threatening ...

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SOMERS, N.Y.-Somers will spend almost $14 million next year to maintain town services with a pennies-per-thousand tax rate increase. A budget of $13,930,240 will hike the tax rate from $14.57 for each $1,000 of assessed value to $14.61. Tax-cap compliant, the budget increases Somers’ total ...

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SOMERS, N.Y.-On Dec. 13, the Somers Chamber of Commerce will hold its annual holiday party at Le Fontane. As a part of the celebration, the chamber will honor Steve Delzio, founder and owner of the Mexican Shack, a jewelry and gift store specializing in handcrafted items from the American ...

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SOMERS, N.Y.--The Somers Town Board is expected to vote tonight on a proposed spending plan of $13.9 million. Supervisor Rick Morrissey’s tax cap-compliant tentative budget, representing a $300,000 increase over this year’s, would finance no major new initiatives but would avoid cuts in services ...

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SOMERS, N.Y.--After four years of regulatory scrutiny and periods of hardnosed negotiation, the centerpiece of a revitalized downtown Somers has leapt from a concept on paper to shovels in the earth. Somers Crossing, an ambitious development running from Route 100 to Route 202 behind the ...

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SOMERS, N.Y.--For almost 200 years, Stuart’s Fruit Farm in Somers has been a working farm and there is hope that it will continue to be used for farming for generations to come, thanks in part to a bipartisan effort by the Westchester County government to give $400,000 in funding toward preserving ...

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SOMERS, N.Y.--Somers has joined a full-throated county effort to make Westchester the home of a major corporate headquarters for Amazon, a move that could bring as many as 50,000 new jobs to the area. “When you look at the criteria for what Amazon is looking for, we match up perfectly,” County ...

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SOMERS, N.Y.--With far fewer residents attending and a lot shorter hours, Somers’ Independence Day observance is no longer the day-long celebration it once was. Now, town and civic leaders are asking what can be done to restore the event’s one-time luster. At a meeting last week at the Van ...

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SOMERS, N.Y.--On a clear, sunny day with temperatures in the 70s, thousands came out to enjoy the fifth annual Celebrate Somers fair, which was organized by the Somers Chamber of Commerce, on Saturday, Sept. 9, at the Somers Towne Center, off Route 100. The event included entertainment, activities ...

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SOMERS, N.Y.--Somers Supervisor Rick Morrissey turned thumbs down last week on any plans Carmel might have to flush its waste over the county line and into the Heritage Hills sewage treatment facility. Reacting to published reports, Morrissey told his Carmel counterpart, Kenneth Schmitt, that ...

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SOMERS, N.Y. -- Less than two years after Health Republic of New York withdrew from the health insurance market, another new player on the scene is calling it quits. Northwell Health announced today that its popular insurance product, CareConnect, is folding. “It has become increasingly clear ...

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Gianna Ferranti, DDS, is pleased to announce her acquisition of Somers Smiles located in the Heritage Hills Shopping Center.  Dr. Ferranti, a Somers resident, brings with her expertise in all areas of general dentistry, including cosmetics, pediatrics, endodontics (root canals), periodontics, ...

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