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September 20, 2013
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October 4, 2013

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SPOTLIGHT

November 1, 2013

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Inn at Pound Ridge urged to address traffic, safety issues


By DON HEPPNER

During the March 27 Pound Ridge planning board meeting, Robert Aiello, an engineer from John Meyer Consulting, and Lucia Chiocchio, attorney with Cuddy and Feder, tried to appease frustrated town officials, who have come close to shutting down The Inn at Pound Ridge by Jean-Georges for illegal parking and for hindering traffic flow on Westchester Avenue.

“I need a response from the restaurant,” Mr. Perry said. “There are public safety issues there that have to be resolved. We are trying not to shut you down.”

Finding enough parking spaces to accommodate the Inn’s patrons has been a challenge for valet parking staff. Despite warnings from the town’s police department about parking in approved spots and maintaining the flow of Westchester Avenue traffic, the valet staff has parked wherever convenient, including Conant Hall and Samuel Parker’s Landmark Deli on Westchester Avenue.  Read more >

January 17, 2014

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Scrabble night

Scrabble organizer Cornelia Guest hosts the Pound Ridge Library Wine, Cheese & Scrabble Night on Thursday, March 27. The event takes place on the last Thursday of each month.

February 14, 2014

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Decoding Rob Astorino’s narrative

Last weekend, Rob Astorino showed up in Albany to protest gun control legislation in New York state. Along with his pro-NRA stance, he has been heard decrying “secularism” in government and the evils of the “political left.”

Is this the same man who some Northeast country club Republicans see as the second coming of George Pataki?

Mr. Astorino is running in the Republican party primary for a chance to compete against Andrew Cuomo in November, and more than a few people believe he has a chance of winning both races. He leveled Democratic candidate Noam Bramson in the county executive race last November, boosted in part by Mr. Bramson’s waning popularity in his own home town of New Rochelle after the Echo Bay residential/commercial initiative, which was voted down by the City Council despite Mr. Bramson’s support. Mr. Bramson seemed to wither under a barrage of negative campaigning.

Moderate to middle-ground voters from both parties took note of Mr. Astorino’s signal of intent to run for governor. Donald Trump has about as much appeal to New York voters as Kim Kardashian, and doesn’t get the ratings she does. The last GOP gubernatorial candidate, Carl Paladino, failed to resonate with voters on any level.
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March 14, 2014

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EDITORIAL

March 28, 2014

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