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Lawn signs remind residents of winter no parking...race tomorrow in Irvington..George Calvi send off
Release Date: November 23, 2014

All residents of the unincorporated area of the town are advised that the local snow parking ordinance will be in effect betweenDecember 1st,  and March 15th . During that period, unless otherwise posted, it will be unlawful to park motor vehicles on town highways between the hours of 1:00 A.M. and 6:00 A.M. Vehicles parked in violation of the snow parking ordinance will be ticketed by patrols.The purpose of this ordinance is to facilitate the removal of snow from the town highways by preventing delay and congestion attendant upon and connected with parked vehicles. Your cooperation in complying with the ordinance is requested.


We have had the law on the books for years. Every year residents complain that they are ticketed- and were not aware of the law. This year   we responded to this problem. we have ordered lawn signs and are placing them around the town reminding people of the ordinance. I think the lawn signs will have a positive impact--and that there will be fewer violations. I saw a bunch of the signs around town this afternoon. If we missed an area where a lawn sign should be placed- please advise...

One of the best short races in Westchester is the Peter Oley Turkey Trot event -which is taking place tomorrow at 1:30 PM in Irvington. The race leaves from the Dows Lane School (located near Broadway). Runners will run past some spectacular mansions on Broadway and than enjoy the picturesque Old Croton Acqueduct trail before heading back to the school. If you like running the Peter Oley turkey trot will be one of the highlights of the holiday season.


Peter Oley Turkey Trot

When: Sunday, November 23, 2014 at 1:30pm
Where:  Dows Lane Elementary School 6 Dows Lane, Irvington NY 10533  
Cost:  Residents: Adults - $15; 12 and under - $10; nonresidents: add $5  
Contact:  914-591-7736  
Website:  https://www.facebook.com/events/331865096975092/?pnref=story  
Ages:  All ages  

This annual race features a 2.5-mile run with a free turkey as the prize for both the first-place male and first-place female!  

Register in advance at the Irvington Recreation Department or on the day of the event between noon and 1:00 pm at the school. This event is co-sponsored by the Irvington Girl Scout Community.



We are approaching the end of an era. Ardsley Village Manager, George Calvi, retires at the end of November, bringing to a close 24 years at the helm of Village government. He will be sorely missed. George leaves behind a long list of accomplishments, overseeing the construction, re-construction or expansion of various Village properties: Village Hall, the firehouse, the library, the Rec Center, and the salt shed; and private development, including Woodlands Atria and the Waterwheel affordable housing project.  He has shepherded through numerous road and sidewalk improvement projects.  He has implemented the endless stream of directives from Albany and other government officials, but has always fought to protect the Village from the forces that would undermine our interests.
But talking about accomplishments is not the true measure of the man. George is a people person. George has managed the Village for 24 years without making any enemies, conducting himself at all times with integrity and equanimity.
The Village of Ardsley cordially invites all Village residents and the general public to an open house in honor of George Calvi onSunday November 23, 2014 from 1 to 5 p.m. at the Ardsley Firehouse, in the second floor meeting room.
Please stop by to help us give George the send-off he has earned for his long and distinguished service to the Village.  


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