Mayor’s Monday Morning Message – December 24, 2018
By VICTORIA GEARITY

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Farewell Trustee & Public Hearing Continuation Last week we bid farewell to our senior member of the Village Board, John Codman. We were joined by Assemblywoman Sandy Galef, Legislator Catherine  Borgia and Supervisor Dana Levenberg in expressions of appreciation for his seven plus years of service as trustee. Following a discussion focused largely on the inclusion of water infrastructure improvements …

Victoria GearityMayor’s Monday Morning Message – December 24, 2018
By VICTORIA GEARITY

Mayor’s Monday Morning Message – December 3, 2018
By VICTORIA GEARITY

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Honoring Veterans & Giving Thanks OSSINING, NY — December 3, 2018 — This afternoon I was pleased to attend a ceremony hosted by County Executive George Latimer and the County Board of Legislators honoring local first responders who are also veterans. Ossining is fortunate to have so many individuals who give so much of themselves in their service to our …

Victoria GearityMayor’s Monday Morning Message – December 3, 2018
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Mayor’s Monday Morning Message – October 29, 2018
By VICTORIA GEARITY

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Holiday Fun, This Week and Beyond OSSINING, NY — October 31, 2018 — Were you one of the hundreds of folks who dared to visit the Forest O’ Fears last Friday? If you were sorry to miss it, the good news is that Saturday’s weather postponed the second night of the event until this Friday, November 2. So we’ll keep …

eHeziMayor’s Monday Morning Message – October 29, 2018
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Mayor’s Monday Morning Message – October 22, 2018
By VICTORIA GEARITY

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OSSINING, NY — October 22, 2018 — Storm Preparations, Budget Hearing & Tree Clearing Hoping for the best and preparing for the worst. That’s what motivated a room full of state, county and local officials to meet last week at ConEd headquarters. We learned about improvements to further prevent outages, respond more quickly, and enhance customer communication. Ongoing feedback from folks on …

Victoria GearityMayor’s Monday Morning Message – October 22, 2018
By VICTORIA GEARITY

Mayor’s Monday Morning Message
By VICTORIA GEARITY

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Have you Pledged to Go Car Free on Fridays? OSSINING, NY — September 18, 2018 — Have you checked out Lime Bikes yet? Download the app and your first ride is free! The Lime pop-op will be in Ossining all week. It’s part of Ossining’s approach to participating in Car Free Day which is happening on Friday! Take the Car Free …

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Mayor’s Monday Morning Message
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OSSINING, NY — September 12, 2018 —  Cycling is One Way to Go Car Free Ossining participated in the global Climate Ride this Saturday with a guided ride around the Village. Thank you to Green Ossining for organizing the event—including a pedal assist bike from Pedal Peekskill for cyclists to check out. Interested in more ways to cycle through your …

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Mayor’s Monday Morning Message – September 3, 2018th
By Victoria Gearity

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OSSINING, NY — September 3, 2018 Thank You Labor Thank you to all the leaders and the activists who risked their livelihoods, and sometimes their lives, fighting for safe working conditions and decent wages. Thank you to the folks in Village government who protect us and provide us with the quality of life that we sometimes take for granted. Today …

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Ossining Children’s Center Announces Plans for New Building to Bring All Programs Under One Roof

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Downtown Location Will Help OCC Meet Growing Demand for Childcare in the Community While Securing Its Financial Future OSSINING, NY — August 29, 2018 — The Ossining Children’s Center (OCC) has unveiled plans for the construction of a new 27,000-square-foot building that will enable it to consolidate its programs under one roof. The new structure will help secure the 123-year-old, …

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Monday Mayor’s Message of August 27, 2018
By VICTORIA GEARITY

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Communicating with Residents and ConEd VILLAGE OF OSSINING, NY — August 27, 2018 — Thank you to all who joined me for the recent Office Hours on the Road at Good Choice Kitchen. While I continue to hold Open Office Hours on Tuesdays from 10am-12noon at Village Hall, I recently began taking this practice on the road to local venues …

eHeziMonday Mayor’s Message of August 27, 2018
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Monday Mayor’s Message of August 20, 2018
By VICTORIA GEARITY

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VILLAGE OF OSSINING, NY — August 21, 2018 — Very Busy Village On any other week, this car crashing into a utility pole on Croton Avenue might have drawn a fair amount of attention. However, last week was no ordinary week. It began with an oil spill on Main Street, followed hours later by a wall collapse. Click here to read …

eHeziMonday Mayor’s Message of August 20, 2018
By VICTORIA GEARITY