Friday, June 12, 2015

Bazzomanifesto Update 06/12/15: 7 Topics In Today's blog


1) Support the Lincoln Depot museum for Father's Day by joining Amazon Smile

2) Yorktown Town Board discusses water metes, sober living homes and grants 06/09/15

3) Dennis Tate on the Watchdog Report - YouTube

4) 12 Grapes: From KJ to Pink Floyd to Swing...


6) Catherine Borgia: Please join me - June 28th

7) An Interactive Workshop for Grandparents and Relatives Raising Children and Teens

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Citizens for an Informed Yorktown
Note: As of December 2, 2014, CIY summaries of Town Board meetings are being written by Susan Siegel in her capacity as a councilwoman.
Town Board Work Session
June 9, 2015
Meeting highlights. For more details and other agenda items, visit

1. Water Meter Project
Water Superintendent David Rambo made a presentation to the board on why the town should proceed with Phase II of the water meter project. Councilman Patel and I believed the project should go forward; Supervisor Grace thought the money could be better spent elsewhere; and Councilmen Bernard and d\Diana didn’t voice an opinion either way.

2. Sober Living Home Special Permit
I presented the board with a revised definition for a “community care facility” that was rejected by Supervisor Grace. I advised the board that rather than waste its time on additional fruitless meetings, I would proceed only  at least three board members were ready to proceed to a local law stage.

3. Grants
In very general terms, Supervisor Grace advised the board that the Planning Department was exploring submitting grant applications under a NYS Consolidated Funding Application program for the highway garage/Depot Square project, relocating the Pines Bridge Monument to the Depot Square area in order to add a cultural component to the project, plus grants for sidewalks and trails. He said none of the grants required town matching funds.

4. Gulf Station signage (Routes 202 & 118)
The board and the station owner continued to disagree over how many signs, and which signs should be allowed on the site.

5. Holland Sporting Club
The board approved the expenditures of up to $10,850 to haul away remaining construction debris from the site.

6. Mohegan Lake procurement issue
The board gave the Mohegan Lake Improvement District the ability to hire a vendor to apply copper sulfate to the lake.

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Dennis Tate on the Watchdog Report - YouTube

Last tapped cable show with Dennis Tate and connecting the dots( friends) of Supervisor Grace.

On Saturday June 13, the Jefferson Valley Mall will hold Community Day, the UTY will have a table from 11:00AM to 4:00PM. I could use your help manning the table.

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Downtown Peekskill Outdoor Music Series
Drew & Selena Bordeaux
Ladies Night "Unplugged"
$6 Wines, $6 Martinis, 1/2-priced Appetizers
See our NEW Spring Menu Here
Sharing plates, Bar Snacks, Spring Salads and a new category called "Global Street Food" - 
handhelds and small plates from around the world - are creating a buzz around our fun and exciting new menu.

John Longhitano 
 & Jess Erick
 Songwriter Showcase
John recently released his first album, Good Guy Gets The Girl, and two of his songs have been featured on 100.7 WHUD. This is John's last NY gig, as he'll be moving to LA to pursue his his passion and dream. Joining John tonight is fellow singer / songwriter, Jess Erick. With a voice that can stop a room, her lyrics tell stories that pull you in and leave you wanting more.

Fri June 12, 9:30 - 12:30
A new generation of Blues
Dylan has created a unique musical interpretation that lies somewhere within the delta of Rock, Rockabilly, and the Blues. Dylan was a featured artist in the Live Music Camp of this year's "Burning Man Event" and the 2014 King Biscuit Blues Festival, one of the biggest Blues festivals in the country. He's one of the finest young guitarists we've heard in a long time! The band features Sam Allan on drums and Will Bryant on B3.
The best Pink Floyd Tribute you'll ever experience! This 5-piece band uses lights, video, sound effects and meticulous attention to detail of some of Floyd's best known songs - Time, Money, Comfortably Numb and, of course, The WallThe band includes Ray DiStephan (drums), Mike Canavan (bass/guitar), David Jameson (keys), Mitch Kalmus (guitar/bass) and Tim McGrath (guitar/LapSteel).
Don't "Wish You Were Here"... be here!
$10 Cover or $5 with Dinner

Sun June 14, 5:30 - 8:00 
Greg Westhoff's
18-piece Swing Band
A world-class 18-piece Big Band featuring a full horn section with 5 sax's, 4 trombones, 4 trumpets, and the inimitable talents of drummer and bandleader Greg Westhoff. The band performs classic Swing music, Sinatra, Broadway selections and songs from the '40's, '50's and more. $5 Cover or higher donation goes directly to the band. Please be as generous as you can.
 NEXT WEEK:  Wed June 17
Julie Corbalis
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Thu June 18
Live Band Karaoke
Melissa Frabotta Band
Johnny Feds & Friends
Kids Open Mic

On Wednesday, June 10, 2015 4:15 PM, Michael Mulraney wrote:

Contact: Tara Keegan, 845-628-3781 ,
            Assemblyman Steve Katz (R,C-Yorktown) is calling on the governor and legislative leaders to pull existing funding from START-UP NY and end the program entirely. Katz cited New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli’s audit of the program, and the failure to live up to the promised private-sector job growth as reasons to shut down the program immediately. 
            “This is an expensive program that is providing our state few tangible benefits,” Katz said. “For two years we’ve heard from the governor and the dozens of commercials we see a day about how great START-UP NY is, but it’s all talk. Instead of continuing to chase bad money with more money to prop up a failing program, we should take the rest of the money allocated to advertise this program and give a tax cut to the small businesses across New York . Instead of creating a playing field where the chosen few are given no taxes, let’s cut taxes universally and solve the whole problem. START-UP NY has failed, and it’s time to learn from a mistake and stop repeating it.”
            Katz is a sponsor of the Small Business Full Employment Act, which would provide sweeping regulatory reform and tax cuts for businesses employing fewer than 100 employees.


On Wednesday, June 10, 2015 5:53 PM, Catherine Borgia wrote:


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On Friday, June 12, 2015 9:41 AM, Catherine Borgia wrote:

An Interactive Workshop for Grandparents and Relatives Raising Children and Teens
The Westchester County Board of Legislators,
The Family Society of Yonkers Kinship Support Program
and The Westchester Grandparents Coalition
invite you to

A forum for grandparents and relative caregivers

Monday, June 15, 2015
9:30 am to 12 pm

Yonkers Riverfront Library
1 Larkin Center, 2nd Floor

Keynote Speaker:
Deborah Langosch, PhD, LCSW
Project Director, Kinship Care
Program and Clinical Coordinator,
Loss and Bereavement Program
Jewish Board of Family and
Children’s Services, NYC

Light refreshments will be served.

Park at the Buena Vista Garage,
2 blocks south of the library on 8 Buena Vista Avenue

RSVP by June 11, 2015
Bettye Malone or Carolyn Fluckinger
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