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  1. Village: Planning board to trustees: gravel exception unique

  2. BAR navigates the intersection of aesthetics and sustainability

  3. Schools: Focusing on the future of Greenacres School

  4. EH: New strategic development director at GNC

  5. A&E: Far from Canterbury is off to a good start at Fringe Fest

  6. Sports: Scarsdale’s Klein represents U.S. at u-23 worlds

  7. DeRosa returns to Edgemont as A.D.

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Rowed to success

Scarsdale’s Ian Klein (here with his team) was selected to compete for the United States at the 2015 World Rowing Under-23 Championships July 22-26 in Plovdiv, Bulgaria.

March 27, 2015

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JULY 3, 2015

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EDITORIAL

A pipeline to potential disaster

The Indian Point Nuclear Reactor, located 20 miles away in Buchanan, provides about a third of the electricity needed to run the greater New York metropolitan area. The complex also sits very close to a large proposed natural gas pipeline, which is entering the final stages of approval from a web of county, state and federal authorities. Granting of the last remaining permits needed to clear the way for construction to begin on the section of the 42-inch pipeline, which would run within 105 feet of the nuclear reactor complex, could be just weeks away.

The process for issuing permits to build high-stakes infrastructure projects, such as the Algonquin pipeline expansion, is about the only insurance policy the general public has when it comes to protecting our health, safety and welfare. We depend on the environmental, construction and energy experts who advise the permit-issuing bodies to conduct a thorough, unbiased and transparent analysis of the project, including the potential for risks from accidents.

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August 21, 2015

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The day Rock Hudson came to town

The 50th anniversary of the filming of cult classic ‘Seconds’

By ANDY BASS
Photos used with permission by Paramount Pictures

Rock Hudson in a scene on Lockwood Road

 

The dog days of August. In Scarsdale, it’s a time typically characterized by increased tranquility. A time of exodus to vacation destinations. A time when sleepy neighborhood blocks become even sleepier.

But for a three-day period 50 years ago this month, the normal August slumber in Scarsdale was interrupted by extraordinary commotion. Not the level of pandemonium present at Shea Stadium a few days earlier courtesy of the Beatles, but quite a hubbub by Scarsdale standards. The source was a Paramount Pictures film crew in town for a shoot that included a scene with one of Hollywood’s most popular leading men, Rock Hudson.
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