Friday, April 18, 2014

Bazzomanifesto Update 04/18/14: 12 Topics In Today's blog


1)  Invitation to A Celebration of New Ministry: St. Peter's, Peekskill: The Rev. Jan Nunley: April 23

2)  Town of Yorktown to redraft special election law for filling vacancies 04/15/14

3)  A Reunion Weekend...At 12 Grapes

4) Democratic Westchester Legislators: Playland Improvement Process Protects Taxpayers

5) Your Tax Dollars At Work (Waste): SENATOR BALL DELIVERS $100K FOR ALMA MATER

6)  [Public Meeting Agendas] Yorktown Planning Board Meeting 04/21/14

7)  Ossining Town Board Meeting - April 22nd, 2014

8)  Town Of Ossining Supervisor's Update - April 11th, 2014

9)  GROW Conference for Entrepreneurs and Small Business Owners - Friday, May 2nd

10) Lalor Questions CUNY Payday for Krugman to Serve as Part-time Mascot

11)  You're Invited: Join John McCain in support of Lee Zeldin 04/22/14

12)  Bistro Latino Celebrates Easter!

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The Wardens, Vestry, and Congregation of

St. Peter’s Episcopal Church

cordially invite you to attend

A Celebration of New Ministry

                                        at which

The Right Reverend Andrew M.L. Dietsche

Bishop of The Diocese of New York

                                      will institute

The Reverend Janet Worth Nunley

as Priest-in-Charge 

of St. Peter’s Episcopal Church

in Peekskill, New York

Wednesday,  April 23, 2014,

at six-thirty in the evening

St. Peter’s Episcopal Church

137 North Division Street

Peekskill, New York

Your prayers and presence are requested

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Citizens for an Informed Yorktown
Town Board
April 15, 2014

Our mailing address is:
Citizens for an Informed Yorktown
PO Box 193
Yorktown Heights, NY 10598
Meeting  highlights. For a summary  of all agenda items visit

1. Town parks
In separate discussions, comments were made about the need to repair tennis courts, cleaning up the town’s parks, and future plans for Downing Park, Sylvan Glen,  Granite Knolls, Holland Sporting Club and Shallow Creek.

2. Public hearing on local law dealing with filling vacancies in elected offices
After attention was brought to several problems with the proposed law, the board voted 0-4 not to adopt the law, and then, in a 3-1 vote with Supervisor Grace voting no, to have the town attorney draft a revised law.  For the second time, the board failed to get the three votes necessary to appoint Rich Campanaro to the board; this time the vote was two in favor and two opposed.

3. Water main break/Stoney Street
The board approved a resolution for the emergency repair of the water main on Stoney Street at the Bear Mountain Parkway. The work will be done by the contractor doing the work on Route 202 and the town will pay for it through an arrangement with the state DOT.

4. YCCC generator
The board approved, in a 3-0-1 vote with Supervisor Grace recusing himself, to award an $8,000 contract to Dan Ciarcia to do the design specs for the installation.

5. Costco
The board authorized Jacobs Engineering, the town’s traffic consultant, to evaluate Costco’s traffic analysis in its Environmental Impact Statement.
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Democratic Legislators:
Playland Improvement Process Protects Taxpayers
White Plains, NY – Democratic caucus members of the Westchester County Board of Legislators (BOL) disputed the assertions made recently by Kim Morque, president of the not-for-profit Sustainable Playland, Inc. (SPI) that the review of SPI’s Playland Improvement Plan (PIP) is preventing efforts to revitalize the County’s iconic park from moving forward.
A recent letter from Morque to County Executive Rob Astorino details SPI’s criticism of the BOL review of the PIP undertaken by the BOL Labor/Parks/Planning/Housing Committee (LPPH), chaired by Legislator Pete Harckham (D-North Salem), and says the legislators are “being asked to judge” the PIP “based on their individual perspectives and sense of how Playland should serve the community in the future, rather than from any shared vision.”
At the request of the County Executive’s office and SPI, the BOL review process of the PIP has been on hold since the beginning of April, ostensibly until legal issues are clarified. However, as part of their legislative and financial oversight obligation, BOL members raised a number of important issues during a review of SPI’s Traffic and Parking Report at a LPPH meeting on March 25, including repeated requests for financial projections and detailed environmental information. Since this information from SPI is still outstanding, the organization’s withdrawal from the review process seems more of refusal to put up with too many questions from the County.
“SPI agreed to this review process, so it should have been prepared to face a lot of questions about their planned changes, from top to bottom, at Playland,” said Harckham. “The ball is still in their court. I want to be optimistic that SPI will come to its senses and simply realize that the Board of Legislators is exercising due diligence for all of our residents and taxpayers.”
“It is unreasonable for SPI to argue that a lack of a ‘shared vision’ for Playland’s future is holding up the PIP review process,” said BOL Majority Leader Catherine Borgia (D-Ossining), who guided a review of the plans for Playland’s revitalization last year. “It was SPI’s job to offer a vision of Playland’s future, as spelled out in County Executive Astorino’s original request for proposals, not the Board of Legislators.”
Added Borgia, “If SPI is interested in continuing with this open and transparent review process, which everyone agrees is a necessary step before we hand the keys to Playland over to SPI or any other potential partner, then they are welcome to return to the committee.”
Legislator MaryJane Shimsky (D-Hastings-on-Hudson) said: “The BOL’s mission regarding Playland includes both responsible stewardship of taxpayer assets and overseeing a treasured park that Westchester residents and others can enjoy.  A successful amusement park has long been, and continues to be, the heart of Playland.  I am perplexed as to what SPI finds confusing about this.”
“Playland is a historical recreational facility owned by the all the people of Westchester County,” noted Legislator Ben Boykin (D-White Plains). “It is my responsibility to ensure that it is operated in a safe and economically sound manner, and that it is revitalized to provide amusement opportunities, educational benefits and dining options for the years to come. The process that was established under Legislator Harckham to review SPI’s proposal was fair and thorough. The time to move forward, with or without SPI, is now.”
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Pawling, N.Y. – 04/17/2014 – Students at Pawling High School are now enjoying a new fitness center thanks to a $100,000 state grant that Senator Greg Ball (R, C, I – Patterson) has secured for his alma mater.
“I was honored to deliver this grant for my high school. The students and sports teams didn’t have an adequate fitness facility. I am happy that this funding has allowed the school to finally make this project a reality. This is a beautiful room that will be used by many generations to come,” said Senator Greg Ball. “As long as I am in office, I will continue to fight to bring as much of our tax money back home, where it belongs.”
Many years ago, Pawling High School converted a storeroom into a weight room. The funding has allowed the school to completely renovate and expand the old room to create a much larger co-ed fitness center. The school added new fitness equipment, a rubber flooring, air conditioning, viewing windows and even a stereo for the students that use the facility.
“The new fitness room is a beautiful addition to our school and is being used on a continual basis by our student athletes and coaches. Our physical education and health teachers have also begun to incorporate the fitness room into their instructional programs so that all Pawling High School students can benefit from this facility,” said Pawling High School Principal Helen Callan. “We would like to thank Senator Ball for his support of our students and of our high school program.”
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On Friday, April 18, 2014 10:12 AM, Town of Yorktown New York wrote:

Planning Board Meeting

1974 Commerce Street, Room 104, Yorktown Heights, NY 10598
April 21, 2014  7:30 PM
      Liaison Reports
     Minutes:  April 7, 2014
   Faith Bible Church
      SBL: 15.16-2-54
      Location: 3500 Mohegan Avenue
      Contact: Al Capellini
Description: It is proposed to demolish all existing structures on lots 53 and 54, and reconstruct one new 8,000 SF, two story structure. The proposal includes associated improvements to the parking facilities, utilities (sewer, water, electric), landscaping, and stormwater management, and treatment. Retaining walls are proposed on lots 50, 53 and 54. The proposal also includes parking, via a license agreement, 900 feet north at the Hudson River Teachers Federal Credit Union, located at 3563 Mohegan Avenue, where the applicant will provide shuttle bus service to and from the proposed structure.

   Fieldhome Expansion
      SBL: 35.12-1-3
      Discussion Conservation Easement & Soccer Field License
      Location: 2300 Catherine Street
      Contact: Al Capellini
Description: Approved continuum of care facility consisting of independent living units and skilled nursing home replacing existing home with a common facility supporting both communities.

   Mavis Tire Supply Corp.
      SBL: 37.18-2-49
      Building Department Referral
      Location: 344 Kear Street
      Contact: DSAK-MSA Architecture and Engineeering
      Description: Proposed 2nd floor addition for storage of tires.

    Lake Osceola Realty aka 3680 Hill Blvd. LLC
      SBL: 17.5-1-11
      ZBA Referral #13-14
      Location: 505 East Main Street
      Contact: Allan Rothman
Description: Approved 27,000 SF office building and associated parking.  Request for a free standing sign in the Country Commercial zone.

   Sunoco Gasoline Station
      SBL: 16.08-1-16
      Town Board Referral
      Location: 3650 Lee Boulevard and Route 6
      Contact: Emmanuel Kravakis Architects
      Description: Proposed amendments to special use permit.

   Staples Plaza
      SBL:  36.06-2-76
      Discussion Master Sign Plan
      Location: 3333 Crompond Road
      Contact:  Romano Architects
Description:  Pursuant to Town Code Section 300-193.14, request to approve Master Sign Plan for shopping center.
On Friday, April 18, 2014 11:48 AM, Town Supervisor Susanne Donnelly wrote:

    The Volunteer-Spirited Town

Town Board Regular Meeting


Tuesday, April 22nd, 2014- 7:30PM, Birdsall-Fagan Police/Court Facility

86-88 Spring Street

Ossining, New York 10562

2014 Budget Resources
Line Item, Highlights, Facts & Figures
CGR Project Website -
Evaluation of Potential Government Structures
Town Board Archive: Publications and Videos from Town Board meetings, including Approved Minutes.
Residents can also contact the Town Board by email
or by phone at 762-6001.
Susanne Donnelly:
Eric Blaha:
Geoffrey Harter:
Kim Jeffrey:
Northern Wilcher:
Legislative meetings of the Ossining Town Council are held on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month at the Birdsall-Fagan Police/Court Facility, 86-88 Spring Street, Ossining. All meetings are open to the public; public comments are welcome at the legislative board meetings.
All Board Meetings are televised LIVE on GO-TV Channel 78. Taped shows are repeated every Thursday at 9 a.m. and 9 p.m. on Channels 78 and 18.
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Eric Blaha
Council Member 
Geoffrey Harter
Council Member 
Kim Jeffrey
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On Thursday, April 17, 2014 4:38 PM, Town Supervisor Susanne Donnelly wrote:
April 11

    The Volunteer-Spirited Town

Supervisor's Update April 17th, 2014

May the peace and joys of the Easter holiday be with each of you who celebrate.
Earth Day Celebration 2014
We will be at Louis Engel Park this SATURDAY,  April 19th (Rain or Shine) from 11:00 AM- 4:00 PM. Tons of information about this fun event for earth lovers of all ages can be found at:
At the Town's 5th Annual Earth Day event, we will pay special tribute to Pete Seeger by dedicating the day to his memory, tying his teachings to the celebrations throughout the day. Aside from community and environmental organizations, we will have artisans; food, demos and great music- get ready for a wonderful day at the Ossining waterfront, enjoying the Hudson River that Pete loved so very much.
Also, in the spirit of conservation and practicing what we preach, we are aiming to make this year’s Earth Day a “Zero-Waste” event!
Performers and Activities:
10:45-11AM – Yoga (off stage)
11:00AM Opening Ceremony
11:15-11:45AM Blake Rowe
11:45-12:30PM Adam
12:30-1:15PM Jilly Puppets
1:15-2PM: Riskos
2-2:30PM Children’s Sing Along with Riskos and Anna Canoni
2:30-3PM Drum Circle
3-3:45PM Elisa & Jon
3:45-4PM Community Jam
Town Hall Meeting
April 29th, 2014
Ossining Library
7:30 PM
Agenda:  “Kickoff Meeting” for the entire Town of Ossining  Revaluation (This is a repeat of the meeting from April 15th)
OUR commitment to you:  Fairness, Equity, and Transparency
We had an interesting meeting Tuesday evening with excellent questions concerning the upcoming Town-wide Reval.  The Powerpoint can be viewed here, and please also visit the new page dedicated to the three municipalities who are doing the revaluation together: Ossining, Yonkers and Greenburgh.  
We hope you can join us on April 29, 2014th for another informational meeting about the process.  If you cannot make the 29th or have questions for Tyler Technologies (the company doing the Reval) or Michael Hagerman Associates, Inc. (the company monitoring the entire process for the Town) or for YOUR Town Board or Assessor, please send them to me at sdonnelly@townofossining.  I will forward the information to the appropriate source and we will be even more prepared at the next meeting.

 PLEASE feel free to forward this e-mail to any of your family, friends, acquaintances, or business associates who may have an interest in these, as well as other Town subjects.
As always, please feel very free to contact me with any questions.
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Susanne Donnelly, Town Supervisor
16 Croton Ave, Ossining NY 10562

On Thursday, April 17, 2014 2:56 PM, Catherine Borgia wrote:
Dear Neighbor,
Community Capital is once again a co-sponsor of the annual GROW Conference
GROW is the largest full-day training, networking and learning conference for entrepreneurs and small business owners in the region.
Please join us at this year’s conference, “GROW 2.0,” which will take place on Friday, May 2, 2014.  The all-day conference will feature a great keynote speaker—television personality Barbara Corcoran, who is best known as the a "Shark" investor on ABC's “Shark Tank” program.
I hope you will take a moment to check out the conference details at  You can register right on the website.
Please feel free to forward this information to anyone you know who could benefit from the terrific line up of speakers, mentors, lenders and other small business experts.
See you there! 
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For Immediate ReleaseApril 17, 2014
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Lalor Questions CUNY Payday for Krugman to Serve as Part-time Mascot
Fishkill, NY - (4/17/14) - Assemblyman Kieran Michael Lalor (R,C,I - Fishkill) released a statement today criticizing the City University of New York (CUNY) for paying Paul Krugman $225,000 to work part-time for the school without teaching any classes. Last year, Lalor led the charge against CUNY's exorbitant $150,000 payday for David Petraeus to teach one class. Ultimately, Petraeus agreed to teach the class for $1.
"CUNY's mission is to provide a quality, affordable education," said Lalor. "That's the important role our country's public universities play. That's what taxpayers expect. That's why taxpayers support CUNY. Paying Krugman $225,000 to essentially serve as a part-time mascot for the school doesn't contribute to a public university's mission."

The school's offer to Krugman says that he would "play a modest role in our public events" and "contribute to the build-up" of a new inequality initiative. The school told Krugman, "You will not be expected to teach or supervise students." Krugman will host one seminar.

Lalor continued, "Last year, CUNY's deal with Petraeus was met with opposition from across the political spectrum. It's one of the few issues where I've agreed with Mayor de Blasio. Taxpayers don't want to see public universities waste tax dollars and tuition like this. CUNY's job is to contribute to America's opportunity society, not deliver paydays to media celebrities. CUNY and Krugman need to reconsider what they are doing here."
Assemblyman Kieran Michael Lalor, a former teacher at Our Lady of Lourdes in Poughkeepsie, is a Marine Corps veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom and a frequent guest on the Fox News Channel. Lalor is of counsel to the law firm Gaines, Novick, Ponzini, Cossu & Venditti. He is a graduate of John Jay High School, Providence College and Pace Law School and lives in Fishkill with his wife Mary Jo and their four young children Katie, Riley, Mikey and Kieran Jr..
The Honorable Edward and Tricia Nixon Cox, David and Ginny Knott, Arcadio Casillas and John Moore invite you to join Special Guest, United States Senator John McCain, at a reception for Senator Lee Zeldin, Republican Candidate for Congress in New York's First Congressional District on Tuesday, Aprill 22nd, from 5:00pm to 7:00pm at 10 East 70th Street, New York, NY 10021.
Senator Lee Zeldin grew up in in the District and resides in his hometown of Shirley with his wife, Diana, and their twin daughters, Mikayla and Arianna.
Lee is an Iraq War Veteran, having served as a paratrooper in the Army's elite 82nd Airborne Division and still serves today as a Major in the Reserves.
In 2010, Lee was elected to the New York State Senate where he successfully led the fight to repeal the MTA Payroll Tax for 80 percent of employers and secured funding for the PFC Joseph Dwyer Program for veterans with PTSD.  Lee also wrote the law that protects our fallen veterans and their families from protests at military burials.
This is an important election that will be won with your support. From Obamacare to economic policy and foreign policy, we need intelligent, thoughtful Republican voices to balance the misguided agenda of President Obama.
In 2010, during the President's first midterm election, Democrat Tim Bishop squeaked out a 593 vote win in one of the closest and last decided congressional races in the nation. NY-1 has 19k more Republicans than Democrats.

For the first time in his career, Tim Bishop is facing re-election against a Suffolk County elected official with an existing base of support, record of achievement in office, demonstrated fundraising prowess and a strong background in the law and military in Senator Lee Zeldin. 
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