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SPOTLIGHT

November 1, 2013

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Bedford town board approves Cherry Street traffic study

By ANTHONY R. MANCINI

In a 3-2 vote, on Tuesday the Bedford town board approved a traffic study that would focus on two intersections with Cherry Street residents say are plagued with traffic issues and speeding.

This decision came about after residents who live off the busy road, which provides a cut-through for motorists between Route 35 and Route 117, recommended a number of measures to take to reduce speeds and calm traffic on the street during the town’s first meeting of the traffic safety advisory group in July.

The study would focus on the intersections of Cherry Street and Quicks Lane and Cherry Street and Valley Road. According to paperwork submitted to the town by VHB Engineering of White Plains, which is slated to perform the study, the firm would look into how to improve pedestrian crossing from the west side of Cherry Street to Valley Road, which recently received the installation of a new sidewalk. Read more >

January 17, 2014

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Third-grader Josie Olivieri watches her “chalk rocket” in flight that the kids made with film cans at the Bedford Village Free Library “Mad Science” program on Saturday, July 30.

February 14, 2014

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Cuomo buys time

Nothing sounds more promising than an ethics committee. Just bring out the broom, sweep out the cobwebs and get a fresh start. Sometimes the cleanup doesn’t go as planned. Such is the case with Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who halted his Moreland Commission investigation in mid-sweep when, The New York Times reported in July, the commission was a little too close to some of the workings of the Cuomo campaign, including the possibility that they were violating campaign finance laws. The commission issued a subpoena to a media-buying firm, Buying Time, which had placed millions of dollars worth of advertisements for the state Democratic Party, a company with Cuomo among its clients. After issuing the subpoena, Mr. Cuomo’s senior aide Larry Schwartz, no stranger to Westchester as the former top aide to county executive Andy Spano, is said to have called Syracuse district attorney William J. Fitzpatrick, one of the commission’s three co-chairs, and instructed him to “Pull it back.”

It’s not the actual charge — at least not at this point — that is so alarming for those who generally endorse Mr. Cuomo’s general public policy performance in Albany. It is the vaudevillian mis-execution of his response: denials, fluster and bluster; reminiscent, alas, of Chris Christie after the bridge scandal.

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March 14, 2014

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