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By ANTHONY R. MANCINI
ANTHONY R. MANCINI PHOTO

A nonprofit is proposing that this four-bedroom house at 4 Old Mill Lane become the home of four developmentally disabled young men.

 

A proposal to establish a group home for four young men with developmental disabilities in Katonah was met with anger and outrage by many neighbors of the site during a Tuesday public meeting.

The state Office of People with Developmental Disabilities selected 4 Old Mill Lane as a potential site for a group home for four young adults with developmental disabilities. The property is a four-bedroom, single-family home wedged between Whitlockville Road and Old Mill Lane. The group home would be owned and run by Cardinal McCloskey Community Services, a nonprofit that provides care to at-risk children and people with developmental disabilities that is based in Westchester and Rockland counties as well as New York City. The organization is named after Cardinal John McCloskey, the first American Roman Catholic cardinal, who is known for his work helping needy children.  Read more >

 

January 17, 2014

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Candles for Clemency

Catherine Curtin of “Orange is the New Black” spoke at the “Candles for Clemency” rally at Mount Kisco Presbyterian Church on Saturday night. Participants marched to Gov. Cuomo’s home seeking the chance for prisoners to have their cases reviewed by parole boards.

February 14, 2014

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Begging Cuomo for clemency

What drew more than 200 people to a candlelight vigil in Mount Kisco on a rainy weekend night in early September? Why did a busload of New Yorkers join local residents in the Mount Kisco Presbyterian Church parking lot on a day of severe thunderstorms and then form a procession down Route 133 to the nearby home of Gov. Andrew Cuomo?

They wanted Mr. Cuomo to take action on clemency. Clemency is not a “get out of jail free” card. Being granted clemency is no guarantee of release, but it offers inmates with a strong record of positive contributions while incarcerated and stated and sincere remorse a chance to plead their case for parole.

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March 14, 2014

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March 28, 2014

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August 22, 2014

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