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SPOTLIGHT: ELECTION

By ANTHONY R. MANCINI
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Bruce Yablon

 

Don Scott and Bruce Yablon are seeking election to the Bedford Town Board on Nov. 4. Mr. Scott, a Republican, is a Katonah resident. He is a small
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Don Scott

 
business owner and former president of the Katonah-Lewisboro board of education, and currently serves as a Katonah fire commissioner and member of the Bedford Wetlands Control Commission. In addition, he is vice-chairman of the communications committee of the Bedford town board and a board member of the Katonah Village Improvement Society, among other distinctions.

Mr. Yablon is owner of a construction company, an EMT, driver, crew chief and facilities manager with Katonah Bedford-Hills Volunteer Ambulance Corps.  Read more >

 

February 14, 2014

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Vote for Latimer in 37th District

Few candidates possess the spirit and energy of George Latimer, who these days is just about everywhere on the campaign trail, from Katonah to Crestwood. Mr. Latimer, the incumbent in the oddly formulated 37th Senate District, geographically a cross between the Mekong Delta and New Jersey, is being challenged by Republican Joe Dillon.

The men are vying for a two-year term in the 37th Senate District.  Read more >

March 14, 2014

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EDITORIAL

March 28, 2014

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April 25, 2014

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Class of 2014

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August 22, 2014

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Bedford board candidates debate the issues

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Pound Ridge board candidates debate the issues

By DON HEPPNER
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David Dow

 

Pound Ridge residents will decide between Republican David Dow and Democrat Sherene De Palma for the town board seat currently held by Jon Powers. Mr. Powers will remain as deputy town supervisor. Both Mr. Dow and Ms. De Palma
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Sherene De Palma

 
came to The Record-Review’s offices on Friday, Oct. 10, to discuss key issues including development, the wildlife management program and the county housing settlement’s impact on Pound Ridge.

In 1998, Mr. Dow moved to Pound Ridge, where he lives with his wife Colette who owns and operates the dance school in the business district.

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Young riders

Young riders coming through the trail on Lewisboro Horsemen’s Association Hunter Pace at the Ward Pound Ridge Reservation on Sunday, Oct. 5.

September 19, 2014

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