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Missing girl found....Ashford Ave bridge update...Assessor to give update on reassessment initiative
Release Date: February 22, 2016

 
SUCCESS! Missing girl found!
The Greenburgh police department did a great job—again finding a missing girl!  According to Police Chief Chris McNerney…
At approximately 4:55pm, we located the missing 17 year old town resident Tatiana Wilamo at a residence in Queens. Greenburgh Detectives are taking her to a local Queens hospital for evaluation.
 
ASHFORD AVENUE BRIDGE REHABILITATION PROJECT
The Westchester County Department of Public Works and Transportation has advised the Village of Dobbs Ferry that on Thursday, February 25th, weather permitting, construction will begin with modifications to the sidewalk on the north side of the bridge so that one lane of traffic in each direction can fit when the south half of the bridge is demolished (beginning this summer).  To accomplish this work, the westbound right lane will be closed from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. weekdays, until the work is completed, likely on Monday, February 29th.  The north sidewalk will be closed during this work with pedestrians detoured onto the south sidewalk.  Additional midday weekday lane closures in each direction of Ashford Avenue are expected in the coming weeks and, in several weeks, the long term northbound entrance and exit ramp closure will begin.
                Full details on this project are available at www.westchestergov.com/ashfordavenuebridge.
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ASSESSOR TO PROVIDE UPDATE ON REASSESSMENT INITIATIVE TOMORROW AROUND 10:45 AM
  The Town Board has invited our Assessor, Edye McCarthy to provide an update on our reassessment initiative tomorrow around 10:45 AM. Our meetings are streamed live on the town website: www.greenburghny.com and archived on the web.
PAUL FEINER

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