For Pete’s Sake – Part IV
By GAIL FARRELLY

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                      ICYMI: Read “For Pete’s Sake – Part I” By GAIL FARRELLY https://www.yonkerstribune.com/?p=37121 ICYMI: Read “For Pete’s Sake – Part II” By GAIL FARRELLY https://www.yonkerstribune.com/?p=37123 ICYMI: Read “For Pete’s Sake – Part III” By GAIL FARRELLY https://www.yonkerstribune.com/?p=37125 ### Three months later… Pete Cassidy sat at his desk sipping coffee and …

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By GAIL FARRELLY

The Last Column Until Labor Day
By Mayor MARY C. MARVIN, Esq.

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VILLAGE OF BRONXVILLE, NY — July 25, 2017 — As is custom, this will be my last column until Labor Day. I thought I’d take a break from reporting on flood projects, road repaving and zoning codes and highlight some of the interesting factoids about our Village and our home county.  All were new to me until I sat in …

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For Pete’s Sake – Part III
By GAIL FARRELLY

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                      ICYMI: Read “For Pete’s Sake – Part I” By GAIL FARRELLY https://www.yonkerstribune.com/?p=37121 ICYMI: Read “For Pete’s Sake – Part II” By GAIL FARRELLY https://www.yonkerstribune.com/?p=37122 ### District Attorney Doug Fleming’s office… As Pete was speculating on the possible guilt of his boss, the subject of his speculation, DA Doug Fleming, …

eHeziFor Pete’s Sake – Part III
By GAIL FARRELLY

Summer Months Dedicated to Public Works Improvement
By Mayor MARY C. MARVIN, Esq.

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VILLAGE OF BRONXVILLE, NY — July 18, 2017 — No longer the quiet period for Village Government, the summer months are now dedicated to public works improvements, with the most disruptive activities planned for the least congested times in the Village. All of the following will commence at some point during the coming weeks with the goal of substantial completion …

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For Pete’s Sake – Part II
By GAIL FARRELLY

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                      ICYMI: Read “For Pete’s Sake – Part I” https://www.yonkerstribune.com/?p=37121 Later that day, Pete Cassidy’s Office… Pete had just left the meeting and returned to his cubbyhole, a small office next to that of his DA boss. He was putting some notes from the meeting onto his computer but finding …

eHeziFor Pete’s Sake – Part II
By GAIL FARRELLY

The New York State Legislature Session Concludes Its Regular Session
By Mayor MARY C. MARVIN, Esq.

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VILLAGE OF BRONXVILLE, NY — July 10, 2017 — The recent session of our State Legislature came to a close with the next regular session not until January.  As is often the case, not much consensus was reached. There were many symbolic one-house bills that made political statements but did not affect any outcomes.  The session was unique in that …

eHeziThe New York State Legislature Session Concludes Its Regular Session
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For Pete’s Sake – Part I
By GAIL FARRELLY

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“Have a seat,” District Attorney Doug Fleming directed the quartet of assistant district attorneys filing into his office. He pointed to the conference table and chairs across from the desk where he was sitting and said, “I’m just checking out a few things on the calendar. We’ll begin the meeting when Pete comes. He went downstairs to get us some …

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Villagers Begin Preparing for Summer Vacations
By Mayor MARY C. MARVIN, Esq.

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VILLAGE OF BRONXVILLE, NY — June 27, 2017 —This week’s column is season specific as the school year has come to a close and many Villagers begin to prepare for summer vacations. With residents traveling for extended periods of time, it is important that one’s home looks occupied.  Even when mail is stopped, Pennysavers and phone books left in the …

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Mayor Marvin’s Column By Mary C. Marvin Mayor of the Village of Bronxville

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 We at Village Hall have been working with Con Edison executives since the July power outages to improve service and communication to better serve Bronxville customers.  As you may recall, we were very unhappy with both the response time and the communication of accurate information during the summer storms. 

eHeziMayor Marvin’s Column By Mary C. Marvin Mayor of the Village of Bronxville

Mayor Marvin’s Column By Mary C. Marvin, Mayor of the Village of Bronxville

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 Every Thanksgiving during my tenure as Mayor, I have been asked to participate in the ecumenical service coordinated by all the Christian churches in our area on Thanksgiving morning.  What started out for me as a – “How can I go to church, prepare my portion of the family meal and get to New Jersey by lunchtime?” – has evolved …

eHeziMayor Marvin’s Column By Mary C. Marvin, Mayor of the Village of Bronxville