Ossining Village Mayor Victoria Gearity, Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association Spokesperson Waqas Hussein, and Yonkers Tribune Editor-at-Large Hezi Aris on Westchester On the Level with Narog and Aris – Friday, March 10, 2017 @10am EST

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WHYT Radio-BTR logoWESTCHESTER COUNTY, NY — Ossining Village Mayor Victoria Gearity speaks to the proposed and approved construction for a round-about that was on March 3, 2017th contested by Gayle Machica, president of the Greater Ossining Chamber of Commerce. In that letter, presented to Ossining Village Clerk Mary Roberts, the assertions that a petition to override the go ahead on the roundabout to replace the intersection of Main and Spring Streets had lacked credibility because the minimum number of signatures fell short of the 20percent valid signatures required to call for a referendum. It seems out of 2,683 signatures submitted, 1,048 were unqualified to sign the petition because they lacked standing for not being residents of the Village of Ossining. Corporation Counsel Stuart Kahan rejected the document petitioning for a referendum as invalid. Kahan noted that a 30-day time frame to petition for a referendum was eclipsed last week and further that Village Law precludes a second go on the issue

The Village of Ossining Board of Trustees authorized for the ability to borrow $500,000 for the buildout of the roundabout by a vote of 4 to 1 to authorize up to $500,000, to be covered by borrowing, for construction of the roundabout this summer.

Mayor Victoria Gearity speaks to the studied fiscal, safety, and environmental efficacy of the roundabout said the roundabout would save money, be safer for pedestrians and improve traffic flow. Listen to this segment from 10-10:30am.

Waqas Hussain, Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association Spokesperson, speaks about a first-of-its-kind event being hosted nationwide by the oldest Muslim youth organization in the United States. On Saturday, March 11th, Muslim youth will be in 100 locations around the country, standing with signs offering to answer any questions about Islam.

Amidst the increased fear and anti-Muslim rhetoric around the country (as well as the latest round of a travel ban), this is a major effort coordinated effort across 100 locations in order to make a major difference in changing the narrative about Muslims. Mr. Hussain will discussing why the Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association are doing this across the country? Listen to this segment from 10:30am

Yonkers Tribune Editor-at-Large Hezi Aris speaks to other hyperlocal, county, state, national and international news with analysis after the conclusion of my talk with Mr. Hussain. The broadcast concludes at 12Noon.

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Hezi ArisOssining Village Mayor Victoria Gearity, Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association Spokesperson Waqas Hussein, and Yonkers Tribune Editor-at-Large Hezi Aris on Westchester On the Level with Narog and Aris – Friday, March 10, 2017 @10am EST

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