Former Children’s Village Residents Allege Sexual and Physical Abuse By Staff and Residents in 10 Lawsuits Filed by Greenstein & Milbauer
By ERNIE GARCIA

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WHITE PLAINS, NY — October 21, 2020 — The Children’s Village residential treatment center in Dobbs Ferry was created in 1851 to provide a safe and nurturing shelter for troubled boys, but former residents said that instead of receiving protection and care they were violated and abused. As of last month, a total of 10 lawsuits have been filed on behalf …

TribuneFormer Children’s Village Residents Allege Sexual and Physical Abuse By Staff and Residents in 10 Lawsuits Filed by Greenstein & Milbauer
By ERNIE GARCIA

Yorktown Supervisor Slater Urges Residents to Oppose NYSEG Rate Increases

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YORKTOWN, NY — August 20, 2020 – Yorktown Supervisor Matt Slater is urging residents to oppose NYSEG’s proposed rate increases of more than 20 percent over three years because of its poor performance history. The New York Public Service Commission (PSC) will hold two public hearings on Wednesday, August 26 to receive feedback on the proposed rate increase. On Monday …

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Yorktown Recognized as One of the Safest Communities

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YORKTOWN, NY — August 15, 2020 – Yorktown is in the top 100 safest communities in the United States in a new survey. safewise.com placed Yorktown at number 74 in its analysis of crime and safety. The website’s analysts used FBI crime statistics and U.S. Census population data to rank communities nationwide. The “safest” communities rankings are intended to highlight …

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Where is Con Edison? Yorktown Awaiting Con Edison’s Response

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YORKTOWN, NY — August 7, 2020 – As of Friday morning a quarter of Con Edison’s customers in Yorktown were without power. One reason for the delay in power restoration is Con Edison’s failure to send adequate tree-removal crews to clear streets, despite the fact that Con Edison has used the FDR State Park in Yorktown as a staging area …

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