We make housecalls--MONDAY, June 20th (Ardsley Road to discuss Gelsprain project: 6:30 PM
Town officials are always willing to make housecalls when you have concerns. We work for you. ON Monday evening, June 20th members of the Town Board and I will join other town officials meeting with construction contractors and residents to discuss construction related issues for the recently approved development (24 new homes will be built off of Ardsley Road, just east of Sprain Road). Some residents have quality of life concerns. The goal of the meeting is to develop a working relationship with the construction team and neighborhood. We hope that inconveniences to neighbors will be minimized. We will meet Monday at 6:30 PM in front of 695 Ardsley Road.
9-11 Tile Wall Restoration Project--the work continues this week. Volunteers wanted
The Arts and Culture Committee is coordinating the restoration of the People's 9-11 wall at Presser Park (nee Webb Park) on Central Avenue. The tiles were originally created in workshops sponsored by ArtsWestchester with funding from Project Liberty. Rotary International has provided financial support for the project. Many people are volunteering their time to the restoration. Over 1500 tiles will be placed back on the wall before the 10th anniversary of 911.
Community volunteers are assisting with sorting, cleaning, marking and boxing tiles for return to the original wall at Webb park. The staging area is currently at Anthony Veteran Park, on tennis court #1. (Anthony Veteran Park is off Heatherdell Road which is off Ridge Road in Ardsley.)
Schedule of times that volunteers can show up at Anthony Veteran Park to assist Sarah Bracey White with the project:
Monday (June 20th)
Tuesday (June 21st)
Thursday (June 23rd)
Friday (June 24th)
6 - 8 pm all of the above days.
[In case of rain, work rescheduled until the next day]
Volunteers are encouraged to bring work gloves, a pair of pliers and water.
Additional volunteer times will continue to be announced on this site.