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Release Date: September 12, 2010

GREENBURGH 5 K MEMORIAL RUN TOMORROW-- 9/11 at 9 AM
Please join me at the memorial 5K run tomorrow. We will start at VE Macy Park at 9 AM. The entire run will start and finish at VE Macy Park in Ardsley on the S County trail.
 The start and finish will occur at the V.E. Macy Park near the Great Hunger Memorial. There is plenty of parking and a portable toilet available. The reason why this course is ideal is because it is completely self contained so runners will not need to be concerned about motor vehicles. We will be closing the trail for a limited time to foot and bicycle traffic so it will be essential that we begin on time. The park and trail are located on the grounds where The Cantina restaurant once was.
Park Access: you can only gain access to the park by using the Saw Mill River Parkway going NORTH past Exit #17 (Dobbs Ferry/ Ardsley Exit). The entrance to the park is approximately a half mile further on your right. Those runners traveling south on the Saw Mill River Parkway must get off on Dobbs Ferry/ Ardsley Exit #17 and follow the signs to get back on the Saw Mill River Parkway traveling NORTH.
Race start time is 9:00 am SHARP.

 
DOG SWIM THIS SUNDAY AT AF VETERAN POOL FROM 10 TO 2 PM---One of the most popular events we sponsor each year: a dog swim for dogs. Dogs are invited to take a dip at our town pool, located off of Heatherdell Road. Over a 100 dogs (large and small) usually jump into the pool and have lots of fun. Their owners also enjoy watching their dogs show off their aquatic talents...
we will be holding a job networking meeting for people out of work on Wednesday at 10:30 AM at the Greenburgh library.
 
Town of Greenburgh
Work Session Agenda of the Greenburgh Town Board
Tuesday – September 14, 2010 – 9:15 AM
Please note that this Work Session will be held at the in the Multi-Purpose Center at
Anthony F. Veteran Park
(Work Sessions begin at 9:15AM except where schedule changes are made by the Board.). We are starting our discussions of the 2011 budget on Tuesday. we will be meeting with various dept heads.
09:15 AM Preliminary Budget Meetings:  Courts
10:00 AM Preliminary Budget Meetings:  Tax Receiver
10:15 AM Preliminary Budget Meetings:  Police Department
11:15 AM Schedule Dates:  Town Board, Chief of Police, Commissioner of Parks & Recreation to meet with residents regarding Washington Ave. Park re: Parking, Cross Walk, Traffic Sign (“Drive Slowly – Children at Play”), Verizon Trucks (speeding)
11:20 AM Motion for Executive Session by _________2nd __________Vote_______
HARTSDALE FIRE DISTRICT CONDUCTS FIRE HYDRANT TESTING STARTING MONDAY...
The Hartsdale Fire District will be conducting fire hydrant testing starting Monday, September 13 and will continue for approximately two weeks.  As you requested, could you please forward the following information to Hartsdale residents via your e-mail list and post on the town’s webpage.  Residents have already been notified by hand-delivered newsletter  and the testing schedule will be forwarded to WFAS radio each morning with that day’s schedule. 
 
Regards,
Raymond Maseda
Fire Captain
 
 
 
 During the test, sediment may be stirred up in the water system causing browning of the water in the test area. The water will clear after a short time and is safe for drinking and cooking.  Each morning WFAS radio will broadcast the streets and area that will be affected by the testing.  If you notice water discoloration, we recommend that residents run a faucet until the water color clears.
THIS WEEKEND: HIGHLIGHTS
Fall Crafts at Lyndhurst | Lyndhurst
Friday, September 10, September 11 & September 12 For 26 years, FALL CRAFTS AT LYNDHURST has been a fund raiser for the National Trust for Historic Preservation. It returns to the 67 acre Lyndhurst Estate in Tarrytown, New York, displaying contemporary work from more than 250 artists and craftspeople from across the country. Collectors, art enthusiasts and discerning shoppers will enjoy the rare opportunity to meet these visionary artists and purchase their latest work. 
 
The 4th Annual Take Me To The River Music & Art Festival | Draper Park, Hastings THIS IS A FABULOUS EVENT....ONE OF THE BEST EVENTS I ATTEND EVERY YEAR
Presented by 12 miles north http://www.rivertownsguide.com/music 
Saturday, September 11 from 11:30am - 9:30pm (rain date Sunday, September 12) 
A day of music & art for all ages -- bringing together some of the best local performers in folk, jazz, blues, Americana, world & alternative music with a little bit extra to keep even the littlest music & art lover smiling. Visit our site for details and schedule. Tickets: $15 in advance, $20 @ door. Kids 17 & under free.
 
The Annual Hudson River Swim for Life 
Sunday, September 12 from Sleepy Hollow - Nyack 
Join us for The Hudson River Swim For Life. Take part in a 3-mile swim across the Hudson River from Nyack, NY to Sleepy Hollow, NY or join the 1 mile swim along the shores of Sleepy Hollow. And this year, we are offering a pool option; Contact us for more information. Kayakers and boaters will be safely aiding the swimmers across the river. Swimmers of all ages will be taking part in order to raise funds for The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Learn more about all of the options and register today! Visit our Home Page Fundraising section (right column) for links and details.
 
Sleepy Hollow Beekman Avenue Street Fair | Beekman Avenue, Sleepy Hollow 
Sunday, September 12 from 10am - 5pm
Over 80 Vendors, Live Bands, Kids Carnival and Great Food. "Tramps Like Us", a Bruce Springsteen tribute band, will be performing.
The Really Terrible Orchestra of Westchester will be performing at the E. Hartsdale Farmers Market Outdoor Music Series Saturday, September 11th from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM at the E. Hartsdale Train Station.
The Really Terrible Orchestra of Westchester was formed in 2009 to bring very amateur musicians together for a unique opportunity to play with other like minded and similarly talented people.  Their mission is to provide a place for people who are not up to professional or even amateur level status to join together as beginners, adults who haven’t touched their instrument in years but yearn to have a place to play in a group, and professionals who want a place to play a new instrument.  The orchestra currently consists, of violins, cellos, flutes, clarinets, saxophones, an accordion, and a banjo.  We urge you to check us out, as we are a welcoming group with a need to fill all our sections and incorporate new people into our community. For more information,check them out on their website www.thereallyterribleorchestra.com or contact Barbara Rosenthal at rtowest@gmail.com, or 914-582-9096.
Andy & The Igniters will be performing at the E. Hartsdale Farmers Market Outdoor Music Series Saturday, September 11th from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM at the E. Hartsdale Train Station.
Andy & The Igniters is an accomplished band that performs an irresistible mix of American music ranging from jumping R&B and blues to honky tonk, swing and rock ‘n’ roll. Our dynamic quartet features Andy Karp’s soulful vocals and hot blues guitar and bassist/vocalist Debbie Cohen, plus JD Herzog on saxophone and Jimmy G. Latham on drums. They have entertained audiences throughout the New York metro area at corporate events, private parties, restaurants and clubs. For more information, check them out on their website www.ignitingmusic.com/igniters
 
 
and so much more in the area. Visit http://www.rivertownsguide.com for more events this weekend.
 
www.rivertownsguide.com ( frequently updated calendar of fun events happening in our area)
www.thehudsonindependent.com <http://www.thehudsonindependent.com> for news and activities.
www.tarrytownpatch <
http://www.tarrytownpatch> . com for more news and activities.
www.scarsdale10583.com <
http://www.scarsdale10583.com>  news about Edgemont and Hartsdale
www.intervillage.org (non profit adult education programs)
www.volunteer-center.org  (the volunteer center can provide you with hundreds of volunteer opportunities.
WANT TO SAVE MONEY? WWW.KnowtoriousPIG.com posts  substantial discounts on their website every day. Most of the discounts are 50%+ off the typical costs.  Example; $1- for an entree at a restaurant.
Want a free prescription drug card? Some residents have advised me that they have saved 40% or more off their prescriptions from this card. Also have cards for pets.
The cards are available at my office. No gimmicks, no registration. Just take a card. Cards are effective if you do not have insurance or if you are underinsured.
 
Hope you had a great summer. Enjoy our exciting fall programs.
PAUL FEINER
 
 
 
 
 
 

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