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Sober Home Owners File Lawsuit Against Yorktown Town Board

July 24, 2017

YORKTOWN, N.Y. – Following a 4-0 vote last week, in which the town board revoked the special-use permit that allowed for the operation of a sober living residence at 482 Underhill Ave., the owners of the home filed a federal lawsuit against the members of the board (embedded below).

At dispute on Tuesday, July 18, had been whether the special-use permit for a convalescent home ...

Court Clears Yorktown of Wrongdoing Over Tree Law

Editor's Note: This article has been updated from its print version to more accurately reflect the judge's decision.

YORKTOWN, N.Y. – The town board did not violate any laws regarding the creation and approval of a new tree law, a State Supreme Court justice has determined.

Resident Susan Siegel, a former town supervisor and councilwoman, had alleged the board erred by ...

Bail Reduced for Yorktown Man Involved in Independence Day Standoff

YORKTOWN, N.Y. - Bail has been reduced for David Grolz, the Yorktown man who was arrested after an Independence Day standoff with police.

Appearing in Yorktown Justice Court last night, Charles J. Scheld, the attorney for Grolz, said the 11-year Yorktown resident has had no prior run-ins with the law. He asked that bail, initially set at $10,000 cash or $20,000 bond, be lowered to something ...

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