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Former Firefighter Proposes New Fire Company to Trustees
Former Irvington volunteer firefighter Nikolai Kabelev made his case to village trustees for a second village fire department on Sept. 19. Kabelev—who left the Irvington Volunteer Fire Department and has criticized the department’s practices—argues that the second company fire company would improve fire service to the village, while fire department officials said the extra manpower isn’t needed.
Kabelev last appeared in front of the board of trustees in July, watch our video to hear from Kabelev before that meeting.
Dobbs Ferry, DPW Union Agrees on Contract
The Village of Dobbs Ferry and Local No. 456, International Brotherhood of Teamsters, the union representing the Village’s department of public works employees, have reached an agreement for a new contract from July 2010-2014. Click here to hear from Dobbs Ferry Mayor Hartley Connett on the development.
Hastings Hails Youth Advocate for 30 Years of Service
Bill Finkeldey was honored for his 30 years of service to the Hastings Youth Advocate Program. Check out the Sept. 28 edition of The Rivertowns Enterprise for more on this story.
Dobbs Ferry Schools to Discuss Student Substance Abuse Survey
Ellen Morehouse, Executive Director of the Student Assistance Services Corporation will present the results of the Fall 2011 survey on substance abuseamong Dobbs Ferry students at the Dobbs Ferry Board of Education meeting on Thursday, Oct. 4 at 7 p.m. in the middle/high school library.
Click here to see the survey presentation and here for the meeting agenda.