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County to hold job fair for mental health providers
Westchester County Executive George Latimer and members of the county Board of Legislators joined with ArtsWestchester to announce the start of the 2019 Art$WChallenge, a matching grant program that seeks to raise $500,000 to support arts and cultural organizations throughout the county. For more, see page 6.
County Planning hosts Census Bureau survey training In an effort to ensure that every housing unit in Westchester County is properly counted for the upcoming and future U.S. Census surveys, the county Department of Planning will be hosting four Building Permits Survey Training sessions for building officials, clerks, municipal officials and planning and zoning
board members. The workshops, which will be held in four different municipalities, were designed to make sure that all building permit data is reported correctly to the U.S. Census Bureau each month, and help municipalities better understand the use of that data. “The Census Bureau asks mu-
nicipalities to report each month on the building permits that they issue, and we all know that with the turnover within municipalities sometimes the staff lose sight of why they do things and what to do,” said Norma Drummond, county Planning Department commissioner. “This training will help
municipal staff and board members better understand how to file their monthly building permit data, and how that data gets used at both the city and county level. Having a better count of all the housing units in Westchester will ultimately lead to a better count of our residents in 2020.” (Submitted)
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The training sessions will be held as follows Tuesday, Oct. 8 from 10 to 11:30 a.m. in Tarrytown Village Hall Main Meeting Room, First Floor 1 Depot Plaza, Tarrytown
Tuesday, Oct. 15 from 10 to 11:30 a.m. in New Rochelle City Hall Conference Room B1 515 North Ave., New Rochelle
Thursday, Oct. 17 from 10 to 11:30 a.m. in Port Chester Port Chester Senior Community Center 222 Grace Church St., Port Chester
Tuesday, Oct. 29 from 10 to 11:30 a.m. in Mount Pleasant Town Hall Court Room 1 Town Hall Plaza, Valhalla
This program is co-sponsored by Westchester Municipal Planning Federation and attendance may be used toward New York State training requirements for planning and zoning board members. Please RSVP to Ted Leimbach, associate planner, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 995-2412.
service providers with prospective employees, DSS and DCMH reached out to not only the contract provider agencies that work with the departments, but schools, colleges and universities across the county, as well as Not-ForProfit Westchester and other employment focused organizations, and members of the advocacy and faith-based communities. “Not-for-profits are our partners in meeting the mental health and substance use needs of Westchester’s adults, children and families.,” Michael Orth, commissioner of DCMH. “Getting their job done means they need quality staff working day in and day out. By connecting these employers with prospective employees, we hope to help them better fulfill this mission.” Commissioner of DSS Kevin McGuire, added, “Statutes, regulations, and accreditation standards set the staffing patterns for many of the services DSS provides and contracts for. Not just regulations for housing or treatment requirements, but also the skills, education and even staffing ratios involved in providing services. We can ensure optimal effectiveness of our services when we make sure our providers have the staff they need.” (Submitted)
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Recognizing that vacant staff positions impede the mission of Westchester County’s nonprofit service providers, the County Executive’s Office, the Department of Social Services, DSS, and the Department of Community Mental Health, DCMH, are holding a Job Fair on Thursday, Oct. 3 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Westchester County Center in White Plains. In delivering their broad array of programs to Westchester residents, more than 75 different notfor-profits contract with the county, through DSS and/or DCMH to provide community-based services to thousands of people across Westchester. More than 20 different potential employers, with more than 400 open positions, will be participating. “Westchester’s nonprofit providers are an integral part of our delivery system,” County Executive George Latimer said. “They provide a vast array of the social services, mental health and substance use services that County residents need and rely on. Helping them recruit staff and fill job vacancies is one small thing we can do as a County government to ensure that they continue to provide the highest quality care.” To bring together the nonprofit
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Westchester sees historic tourism spending in 2018
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at rcs, exploration is a requirement. Visitor spending in Westchester County grew 5 percent in 2018, representing 45 percent of all visitor spending in the Hudson Valley region.
The numbers are in and Westchester is on the rise. County Executive George Latimer is proud to announce that 2018 saw Westchester’s travel and tourism become a nearly $2 billion industry. “The tourism industry is important to Westchester County and all of its residents, directly providing good jobs and driving economic growth,” Latimer said. “These record numbers show that our efforts to promote all we have to offer in our picturesque County are working.” In total, visitor spending grew 5 percent in 2018, representing 45 percent of all visitor spending in the Hudson Valley region. This ranks Westchester County third in visitor spending in New
York State—behind only New York City and Long Island. This spending supported 24,360 jobs directly and indirectly in 2018— 5 percent of all jobs in Westchester County. Tourism activity benefits many industry sectors in Westchester with all visitor spending categories growing in 2018 to make up that nearly $2 billion record. Spending on lodging jumped 8 percent, followed by food & beverage and retail & service stations, up 5 percent. Recreation, transportation and spending on second homes also rose 4 percent each. “Westchester County reached new heights as a destination in 2018,” said Natasha Caputo,
county Film and Tourism director. “The collective efforts between our tourism partners are paying off and reinforces that we are an ideal—and idyllic—destination for both business and leisure.” Travel and tourism continues to be a significant driver of the county’s economy, providing revenue to support vital county services that residents rely on. Local taxes and state taxes generated $233 million in 2018 from the travel and tourism industry alone. “Whether it be for business meetings, outdoor recreation, art exhibits, history, music or great food—Westchester County is your ideal destination,” Latimer said. (Submitted)
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Latimer stresses the importance of school attendance As Westchester County’s students embark upon a new school year, County Executive George Latimer is proving that
school attendance is a top priority with the release of an Attendance Awareness Public Service Announcement, PSA. The
PSA was created in partnership with the Westchester County Department of Community Mental Health, the Westchester
County Youth Bureau and the Tuckahoe School District. Latimer’s attendance awareness campaign stresses the importance of having children attend school every day, in order to reduce chronic absenteeism
As Westchester County’s students embark upon a new school year, County Executive George Latimer is proving that school attendance is a top priority with the release of an Attendance Awareness Public Service Announcement.
and the negative impacts associated with poor attendance. “Most of the class work that happens in an academic year from September to June builds day after day,” Latimer said. “So when you miss a day of school or a week of school, you miss the connective bridge on that topic. We all want our children to be as well-educated as possible. This world is changing every single day, and the skill sets you achieve through a formal education are going to be essential. I encourage all parents to recognize the dangers of chronic absenteeism, and help your child create positive school habits.” Michael Orth, commissioner of the county Department of Community Mental Health said, “Chronic absenteeism not only affects student achievement, it can affect a student’s social and emotional development. While the causes of chronic absenteeism are multi-fold, addressing this complicated issue in a successful way involves a partnership between parents and caregivers, schools, government and community organizations. We all have an important role to
play in promoting school attendance, and investing in our children’s well-being.” Dr. DaMia Harris-Maden, said, There is a multi-pronged approach to addressing chronic absenteeism, which starts with a clear message that our children should attend school every day. In Westchester County we are very fortunate to have community stakeholders who have championed this message, and who understand the number of socio-economic and health determinants that lead to absenteeism. Rather than place blame on parents and caregivers, we aim to leverage natural supports in our communities to remove the barriers that families and children face regarding school absenteeism.” Tuckahoe School District Superintendent Carl Albano said, “The research is clear. The more a child is absent from school, the more it negatively impacts their student performance. The trick is not waiting until it becomes a chronic problem. You need to intervene earlier as a school district, and as a community.” (Submitted)
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The New 60 is a weekly look about what it’s like to be in your 60’s in today’s world: adult children living at home, downsizing (jobs and houses), finding old friends on Facebook and deciphering text-speak. It’s a Brave New World of second homes, second careers and second marriages…and finding out after a lifetime of milkshakes and ice cream that you’re suddenly lactose-intolerant. The New 60 is created by two local 60-plus Westchester residents, John Colquhoun of Bronxville and Andy Landorf, who hails from Tarrytown. The duo are long-time advertising creatives and this, as the saying goes, is their Act II. Even though it features folks in their 60’s, if you know someone who is 60, have a parent who’s 60 or just generally enjoy watching funny things happen to other people, you’ll find something to relate to here—you may even find yourself saying, “Hey, that happened to me!” To read more of the New 60, visit their website at thenew60comic.com.
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2019 Art$WChallenge Westchester County Executive George Latimer and members of the Westchester County Board of Legislators joined with ArtsWestchester to announce the start of the 2019 Art$WChallenge, a matching grant program that seeks to raise $500,000 to support arts and cultural organizations throughout the county. Now through Dec. 16, individuals and companies are encouraged to contribute to any of the 62 eligible Westchester arts and cultural organizations in order to trigger matching grant monies of up to $5,000 per organization from ArtsWestchester. This
unique program is made possible through a twelve-year partnership between ArtsWestchester and county government. Individuals and businesses interested in making a 2019 contribution to one or more of the eligible Westchester arts groups, should visit artsw.org/artswchallenge, where they will find a list of the 62 participating arts organizations. “The Arts$WChallenge is a successful public/private program that pays dividends for the economy,” Latimer said. “Since the inception of the Arts$WChallenge, an additional $3.6 million in pri-
vate funds have been raised for arts and culture in Westchester.” During a kick-off reception at Morton’s The Steakhouse in White Plains, Janet Langsam, CEO of ArtsWestchester, thanked the county executive and the Board of Legislators for their continued commitment to the arts. “Westchester has a stellar galaxy of arts and cultural venues from world-class cultural destinations to ‘happening’ community events,” Langsam said. “The Art$WChallenge is an opportunity to support these vital cultural organizations and double your gift with a match from Arts-
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Individuals and businesses are encouraged to take part in the Art$WChallenge by considering a donation to the following 62 organizations that are eligible for matching funds: • Actors Conservatory Theatre • Arc Stages • Axial Theatre • Ballet des Ameriques School and Company • Bethany Arts Community • Blue Door Art Center • Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts • CareerVisions • Chappaqua Orchestra • Clay Art Center • Clocktower Players • Copland House • Downtown Music at Grace • Emelin Theatre for Performing Arts • Fine Arts Orchestral Society Yonkers • Friends of Music Concerts
• Friends of Mount Vernon Recreation • Hamm & Clov Stage Company • Hammond Museum and Japanese Stroll Garden • Historic Hudson Valley • Hoff-Barthelson Music School • Hudson Stage Company • Hudson Valley Museum of Contemporary Art • Hudson Valley Writers’ Center • India Center of Westchester • Jacob Burns Film Center • Jazz Forum Arts • Katonah Museum of Art • Lagond Music School • Lyndhurst, A National Trust Historic Site • Mamaroneck Artists Guild
• Mount Vernon Arts And Culture • Mount Vernon Public Library • Music Conservatory of Westchester • Neuberger Museum • New Rochelle Council for the Arts • New Rochelle Opera • Pelham Art Center • Performing Arts Center at Purchase College • Picture House Regional Film Center • PJS Jazz Society • Rehabilitation through the Arts • The Revelators • Rivertowns Arts Council • Schoolhouse Theater • Songcatchers • Steffi Nossen Dance Foundation
• Taconic Opera • Tarrytown Music Hall • The Play Group Theater • The Rye Arts Center • The Symphony of Westchester • Untermyer Performing Arts Council • Urban Studio Unbound • Westchester Children’s Museum • Westchester Collaborative Theatre • Westchester Italian Cultural Center • Westchester Philharmonic • White Plains Performing Arts Center • YoFi Fest • Yonkers Arts • Youth Theatre Interactions
For more information about ArtsWestchester, visit artsw.org/artswchallenge or call 428-4220.
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Arc Westchester to host annual ‘A Matter of Taste’ The Arc Westchester Foundation, which raises public awareness and financial resources for The Arc Westchester’s programs and services for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families, will host its 16th annual “A Matter
of Taste” fundraiser on Tuesday, Oct. 22, at Glen Island Harbour Club in New Rochelle. The event, which raised nearly $400,000 in 2018, will feature signature cuisine prepared by the finest chefs in the area, accompanied by a wide assortment of fine wine.
“A Matter of Taste” will include two awards of recognition: the Family Partner Award, which will be given to the Kurzer Family, and the Corporate Partner Award, which will be presented to Dan Molino, President of Grassy Sprain Pharmacy.
Culinary participants at this year’s event include: Auray Gourmet Caperberry Events Catering Chocolations Chop’t Creative Salad Company Chutney Masala Culinary Tech Center Eugene’s Diner & Bar Glen Island Harbour Club North Street Tavern RiverMarket Bar and Kitchen Shiraz Kitchen + Wine Bar Texas de Brazil The Great American Barbeque Co. The Rye Roadhouse Westchester Broadway Dinner Theatre Mima Vinoteca The Rare Bit Wegmans Food Market Beverage participants include: Deutsch Family Wine & Spirits Toma Artisanal Bloody Mary Yonkers Brewery In addition to delicious food and drink, the night will also feature an exciting live paddle raise and a fabulous silent auction with prizes ranging from electronics to sporting events, jewelry and trips. “Each year, ‘A Matter of Taste’ is a true highlight for our organization, thanks to the unwavering support of our donors and the unmatched talents of our culinary partners,” said Nancy Patota, executive director of The Arc Westchester Foundation. “For more than 15 years, the funds raised at this event have helped support the
innovative and comprehensive programs that The Arc Westchester provides for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities throughout our community. We are thrilled with the food and beverage partners that will be participating, and look forward to celebrating our very deserving honorees.” Founded in 1949, The Arc Westchester is the largest organization in the county supporting children, teens and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, including those on the
autism spectrum, and their families. Over 800 employees provide more than 2,000 individuals with a broad range of programs and services throughout the “Arc of a Life” (i.e., early intervention, preschool, school-to-work, employment, residential, guardianship, recreational, self-advocacy and Wellness Center programs). “A Matter of Taste” will take place on Tuesday, Oct. 22, from 6-9 p.m. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit arcwestchester.org/amatteroftaste. (Submitted)
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Elton John’s ‘AIDA’ to play White Plains PAC
The White Plains Performing Arts Center is proud to announce the cast for Elton John and Tim Rice’s “Aida,” playing Oct. 1127. Winner of four Tony Awards, Elton John and Tim Rice’s “Aida” is an epic tale of love, loyalty and betrayal, with an exhilarating Tony and Grammy award-winning score. An enslaved Nubian princess, Aida, finds her heart entangled with Radames, an Egyptian soldier who is betrothed to the Pharaoh’s daughter, Amneris. As their forbidden love blossoms, Aida is forced to weigh her heart against the responsibility that she faces as the leader of her people. Aida and Radames’ love for one another becomes a shining example of true devotion that ultimately transcends the vast cultural differences between their warring nations, heralding a time of unprecedented peace and prosperity. Leading the cast is Kim Onah as Aida, with Jordan Bollwerk as Radames and Kristin Wether-
ington as Amneris. The show also stars Andrew Foote (Zoser), Devin J. Hall (Mereb), John Anthony Lopez (Pharoah), Kevin Brooks (Amnorso), Blair Beasley (Nehebka). Completing the cast are Shante Clark, Charlsey Coyle, Meghan Deeley, Mike Ferlita, Chelsea Ann Jones, Thomas Knapp, Cameron Loyal, TJ Newton, Matthew Oster, Dayna Marie Quincy and Kristina Walz. “We are thrilled to have Aida in our Mainstage season, said Stephen Ferri, WPPAC executive producer. “This show has been one we have wanted to bring to our audiences for years and the shows timeless love story and unforgettable score makes the show a perfect fit to kick off a season.” “Aida” is directed by Amy Griffin with Musical Direction by Stephen Ferri and Choreography by Anthony Murphy. Scenic Design by Christopher and Justin Swader, Lighting Design by Jamie Roderick, Sound Design by Jon Weston, Stage Managed by T.
Rick Jones. Music by Elton John, Lyrics by Tim Rice, Book by Linda Woolverton, Robert Falls and David Henry Hwang. “Aida” will play on the following:Friday, Oct. 11 @ 8 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 12 @ 8 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 13 @ 2 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 17 @ 2 p.m. Friday, Oct. 18 @ 8 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 19 @ 8 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 20 @ 2 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 23 @ 2 p.m. Friday, Oct. 25 @ 8 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 26 @ 8 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 27 @ 2 p.m. The White Plains Performing Arts Center is located on the third level of the City Center off Mamaroneck Avenue in downtown White Plains, minutes from the White Plains Metro-North Station. For tickets, visit the theatre box office Monday-Friday (11 a.m.-6 p.m.), purchase the tickets online at wppac.com or call 3281600. For Group Sales, please contact email@example.com. (Submitted)
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Italian American Forum presents ‘il Signor Jackson’
Come celebrate Italian American Heritage month at The Picture House Regional Film Center on Tuesday, Oct. 8 at 7 p.m. with a special screening of the documentary “il Signor Jackson” followed by a wine and cheese reception and Q&A with the award-winning filmmaker Anton Evangelista and subject of the film Edward Jackson. The film event is presented by The Italian American Forum and is free and open to the public. “il Signor Jackson” is the unique story of Edward Jackson, a remarkable African-American with an Italian spirit, raised in a predominately Italian-Ameri-
can neighborhood in the Bronx of the 1950s, eventually becoming an educator in the New York City public school system and a prominent cultural figure of Italian biculturalism and bilingualism. “il Signor Jackson” is the winner of the 2018 Russo Brothers Italian American Film Forum. Award-winning filmmaker Anton Evangelista is a graduate of The High School of Art and Design in New York City, his raw talent would later develop into combining his artistic and theatrical abilities into one channel: to write, produce and direct his own movies. In 1994, he founded his production company, Compre-
hensive Films, with the goal of developing and producing filmed stories that would inspire, transform and enrich lives in an entertaining way. Tickets to the special screening and reception are free and are available at thepicturehouse.org or at the box office, 175 Wolfs Lane in Pelham. The Italian American Forum, a network of business and community leaders, serves as a catalyst for the exchange of ideas on relevant contemporary issues while supporting worthwhile initiatives dedicated to promoting and preserving the Italian-American heritage. (Submitted)
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Pursuant to a judgment of Foreclosure and Sale, duly entered on 9/19/19, I the undersigned, Referee, will sell at public auction at the Westchester County Courthouse, lobby, 111 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, White Plains, New York 10601, on 11/6/19, at 2:30 pm, premises known as 19 Lincoln Lane, Purchase New York 10577, and described as follows: All that certain plot, piece or parcel of land, situate and lying and being in the Village and Town of Harrison, County of Westchester and State of New York, known as Lot 1 on the map entitled “Subdivision of Property belonging to JAF Holdings, Lincoln Lane, Town and Village of Harrison, Westchester County, New York”, prepared by George J. Mottarella, P.E. P.L.S. dated August 27, 2002, revised December 27, 2002 and filed in the Office of the County of Clerk of Westchester County, Division of Land Records, on May 28, 2003, as Map No. 27180, and designated on the tax maps of the Westchester County Treasurer as Block 651 and Lot 34. The approximate amount of the current judgment lien is $11,515,394.00, plus interest and costs. If the sale is set aside for any reason, the Purchaser at the sale shall be entitled only to a return of the deposit paid. The Purchaser shall have no further recourse against the Mortgagor, the Mortgagee or the Mortgagee’s attorney. The premises will be sold subject to provisions of the aforesaid judgment of Foreclosure and Sale, Index No. 54471/2017, David Wright, Esq., Referee, Law Office of Joseph A. Scutieri, 175 Main St. White Plains, New York 10601, Attorney for Plaintiff, Notice of Formation of Tash DSS Boutique, LLC. Arts of Org. filed with NY Secy of State (SSNY) on 05/20/2019. Office location: Westchester County. SSNY is designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to: 175 Crary Ave, Mount Vernon, NY 10550. Purpose: any lawful activity. Notice of Formation of Estevez Management LLC. 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A new hope LIVE MIKE Mike Smith
I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but—thanks to Daniel Jones— watching the Giants is fun again. Now, don’t get me wrong; I’m not anointing Big Blue’s new quarterback as the second-coming of Tom Brady, nor am I saying he’s going to lead the Giants to a playoff berth this year. I’m simply pointing out that, for the first time in a long time, Giants fans have had a reason to be excited on football Sundays again. The No. 6 draft pick officially took over the starting role from alltime Giant great Eli Manning two weeks ago and two wins later Giants fans are feeling something they haven’t felt in a while; enthusiasm. The wins themselves haven’t been all that impressive. The Duke product looked great in a 32-31 win over the Buccaneers in Week 3, throwing 336 and two touchdowns while rushing
for another score. But to be fair, the Giants don’t win that game at all if Bucs’ kicker Matt Gay doesn’t shank a chip-shot field goal as time expired. Likewise, there were a couple of issues with Jones—namely turnovers— in the Giants win over the lowly Redskins last week. But a win is a win is a win. And more than that, it’s a breath of fresh air. From a football standpoint, “Danny Dimes,” as he is now known, has a lot of room to improve. That’s not a criticism, it’s just a fact. He’s a rookie quarterback and even the best rookies make mistakes as they learn to adjust—or don’t—to the competition at the pro level. But his skillset and youth, not to mention his mobility, give the Giants a look they haven’t had since Eli joined the team. The game is changing, and we’re seeing fewer and fewer pure pocket passers around the league as teams are opting for athletic quarterbacks who can make things happen with their
legs. And seeing the Giants employ this philosophy looks like the team is finally ready to step into the 21st century and join the rest of the NFL. After years of watching the Giants run stodgy, outdated offensive packages—regardless of who was calling the plays—it’s downright electrifying to see them move the pocket and open up the playbook. Sure, this feeling might be fleeting. The Giants won two games against two bad teams, and as other organizations get more tape on Jones, they’ll be able make adjustments. I fully expect Bill Belichick and the Pats’ defense to be ready for him on Oct. 10 and make him look like the neophyte that he is. But that’s still two weeks away; and as someone who hasn’t had a whole lot to cheer about lately, I’m just happy to finally be looking forward to Sundays again.
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In his first two games as the New York Giants quarterback, Daniel Jones has led Big Blue to back-to-back wins. More importantly, he is giving the fan base hope. Photo courtesy Wikipedia.org
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