The Southern Greenville Civic Association in Edgemont wants to teach their kids about the impact of leaving trash on the street and to show the community that their association cares and is there for them. Around 10 AM tomorrow members of the association will be cleaning up Fort Hill Road. This is a great initiative.
this Saturday (May 21st) is NAMI is holding their annual Walk at Rye Town Park starting at 9am.
They hold the Walk at this time of year because May is Mental Health Awareness Month.
People can learn more about the Walk by going to www.namiwestchester.org. Residents who have family members with mental health issues might want to check out the website or participate in the walk. NAMI has placed ribbons around the community
Rt. 9A Widening Update - Village of Ardsley
In June, the contractor for the Rt. 9A widening project in the Village of Ardsley will be completing improvements which consists of the installation and completion of drainage work, removal of the existing and now unused traffic signal, preparation work for a new bus shelter, and final paving and striping. When complete, the project will facilitate an extra 1/4 mile+ of new southbound travel lane on Rt. 9A (Saw Mill River Road) towards the intersection of Ashford Avenue and Rt. 9A, which will significantly reduce traffic congestion in this direction, particularly when the Ashford Avenue bridge work is complete.
The project is anticipated to be complete by July 1st. The Town of Greenburgh worked collaboratively with the Village of Elmsford to make this necessary improvement, as traffic in the area has been exacerbated by the Ridge Hill project in Yonkers. This project was primarily funded with funds received as part of the Ridge Hill settlement.