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  1. SCHOOLS: Scarsdale voters to decide $18.12 M school bond issue

  2. CRIME: Salvatore Carpanzano accused of bilking victims of $4.6M

  3. VILLAGE: 2016 reval complicated, mayor says

  4. EDGEMONT: ECC endorses fire district bond

  5. A&E: IHM joins the chorus with singalong “Messiah”

  6. SPORTS: Nakamura’s journey to states rewarding

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March 28, 2014

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April 25, 2014

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BAR: Manor developers trying
to bully their way to approval


By JASON CHIREVAS

After eight appearances before the Village of Scarsdale Board of Architectural Review in which the developers of the Heathcote Manor town houses on Manor Lane have sought approval for changes from the construction designs the board approved in 2011, BAR member Farley Baker, a former chairman of the board, ventured a theory as to why the process has taken so long.

“I don’t think this board has been responsible for this thing dragging on,” Baker said to the developers at BAR’s Nov. 17 meeting. “I think you’re trying to bully your way through. You’re trying to say, ‘Here it is, take it.’”

Baker’s frustration, echoed by the board’s current chairman, Jack Scott Miller, on several occasions over the developers’ last few appearances before the BAR, stems from what seems to be a simple request that, to date, the board maintains Heathcote Manor’s developers have failed to grant.

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July 3, 2014

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EDITORIAL

Vote yes on the bond

Residents of the Scarsdale School District have an opportunity to vote next Thursday, Dec. 11, on forward-looking proposals to better align aging school facilities with the demands of 21st century education. The plans don’t just relieve crowding, address maintenance problems and correct design flaws; they look at the ways learning styles and teaching techniques are evolving and create a physical plant that responds to and anticipates change.

The much-needed districtwide technology upgrades and proposed improvements to five schools are the culmination of yearlong studies by committees of parents, teachers and administrators in each school, reviewed by a districtwide facilities committee, and then discussed in detail in public meetings with the district architect, superintendent for business and the school board. School board members have even visited schools in other districts to learn more about how new program spaces are working.

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August 22, 2014

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September 19, 2014

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Great dogs, good cause

Kate Schroer-Shepord of Guiding Eyes for the Blind brought puppies to the Scarsdale Teen Center to teach adoptive families how to raise them for future work.

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November 14, 2014

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October 17, 2014

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election results

For the Scarsdale school bond vote held on Thursday, December 11, 2014:


981 votes Cast

176 NO..........................18%

805 YES........................82%