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  1. VILLAGE: Tentative village budget under cap

  2. SCARSDALE SCHOOLS: Special ed helps students at every level

  3. EDGEMONT: Nominating committee back Darger, Yarrington

  4. A&E: Understanding opera; A Scarsdale Adult School course

  5. SPORTS opinion: Keep Deek

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EDITORIALS

Exemplary service

You can’t please all of the people all of the time, but retiring Mayor Bob Steves made sure that everyone who came to village hall was heard, even if not ultimately pleased.

No mayor has been more solicitous of public input, more open-minded in listening to what others had to say, more thorough in research or more patient in explaining his own views and the village board’s decisions.

Steves believes that the village board, in its fundamental role as policy setter, must “sort out the different voices in the community and convey the message to the staff” as he once explained in an interview. Responsiveness is key.

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Bomb scare

Scarsdale High School students board buses during an evacuation triggered by a bomb threat scrawled in a girls’ bathroom shortly after 10 a.m. Monday, March 23. It took about an hour to transport 1,513 students to the middle school. The high school was searched and the students returned at 2 p.m.

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16-year old tenor Samuel Dylan Rosner hits a high note at Juilliard

By DEBRA BANERJEE


Samuel Dylan Rosner singing at the Rondo Competition earlier this month

 

When the Inquirer last featured Samuel Dylan Rosner, he was a young boy with a cherub’s voice singing on stage in the Metropolitan Opera Children’s Chorus and performing solos as Trishka in “War and Peace” and as the Second Spirit in “The Magic Flute” among others. He’s 16 now, and a junior at Scarsdale High School.

He’s grown up and into his tenor voice and continues his musical training in the rigorous Juilliard precollege program as a vocal major with a minor in composition. At Juilliard he studies voice with Lorraine Nubar, composition with Eric Ewazen, and piano with Adelaide Roberts. Read more >