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WESTCHESTER, NY — Victoria Gearity, Ossining Mayor presents an update on the progress of the Sing Sing Prison Museum (SSPM) project; speaks to the hundreds of people who attended an acrobatic dance performance at the waterfront which told of the experience of women whose loved ones as well as the opportunity for public engagement about the impact of the criminal justice system and why it may be pertinent for it to be recognized. There is also a review regarding the village auditor’s report on bookkeeping and its implications. And the outreach effort beseeching public involvement in serving on various Village Boards. A concept which is anathema to many municipalities where only insiders are aware of such openings which undermines community involvement. Each of these concerns speak to equal opportunity in its most unbiased form. All told, are these the ingredients of inclusion. At issue is how Ossining arrived at this sensibility and demeanor. This segment: 10-10:30am
Kim Casey Cobb, Author of “Stuck: A Way Out,” speaks to the most prudent response(s) should one suffer a natural disaster, a fire, economic setback rendering one homeless, or a significant relationship gone awry. The common denominator is how does one rebuild their life due to a natural or unnatural disaster? How does one eclipse tragedy / calamity? Is there a roadmap. Do we undermine our capacity to resurrect and eclipse our history? This segment: 10:30-11am.
Thereafter, Hezi Aris, Yonkers Tribune Publisher / Editor-at-Large, speaks to the latest news with commensurate analysis. This segment: 11am-12Noon.